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UNIVERSITY POLICE

Security Alerts

In Compliance with the "Timely Warning" provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 the University Police is giving notice of the following reported incident:


11/10/2014
On 11/09/2014, the University Police Department responded to a Battery that occurred at approximately 5:15pm near the area of 1740 N Vassar.  A male reported to the University Police Department that he was near WSU parking lot 24 when he was approached by three unknown black males (descriptions follow). This would have occurred in the area south of the WSU campus, across from the Coleman Tennis Complex/Henrion area. He said the three ran up to him and one attempted to strike him in the face. The victim, who is a WSU student, ran to a nearby fraternity house and called 911. The three suspects fled in an unknown direction. The victim received minor visible injuries and refused EMS.

The University Police Department is investigating the crime.
Should you have information to help solve this crime, please contact the University Police Department Investigations at 978-3450.

DESCRIPTION

Suspect #1:
Age-----------------late teens to early 20s years of age
Race----------------black
Sex----------------- male
Hair-----------------black (Afro style)
Eyes----------------brown
Height--------------approximately 6’
Weight-------------unknown
Build---------------med

Suspect #2:
Age-----------------late teens to early 20s years of age
Race----------------black
Sex----------------- male
Hair-----------------black
Eyes----------------brown
Height--------------approximately 6’
Weight-------------unknown
Build---------------med

Suspect #3:
Age-----------------late teens to early 20s years of age
Race----------------black
Sex----------------- male
Hair-----------------black
Eyes----------------brown
Height--------------approximately 6’
Weight-------------unknown
Build---------------med

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10/31/2014

On 10/31/2014, the University Police Department learned of an Aggravated Robbery that occurred at approximately 11:45am on 10/29/2014. A male reported to the Wichita Police Department that he was in the 4400 block of E.17th, when he was stopped and beaten by two unknown men. This would have occurred in the area south of the WSU campus, across from the old Wheatshocker Residence Hall. He said he was forced to the ground and the assailants made off with his wallet and cell phone. The victim, who is not a WSU student, ran to a nearby church and called 911. The two suspects fled in an unknown direction. The wallet was found in the area, the cell phone has not been recovered.

The victim received minor visible injuries and was treated by EMS at the scene. 

The Wichita Police Department is investigating the crime.

Should you have information to help solve this crime, please contact the Wichita Police Department Investigations at 268-4177.

DESCRIPTION of Suspect #1:
Age-----------------late teens to early 20’s years of age
Race----------------black
Sex----------------- male
Hair-----------------black
Eyes----------------brown
Height--------------approximately 6’
Weight-------------approximately 180 lbs
Build---------------med

CLOTHING:
Last seen wearing – Dark colored jean (possibly black), black jacket and gray hoodie.
DESCRIPTION of Suspect #2:
Age-----------------late teens to early 20’s years of age
Race----------------black
Sex----------------- male
Hair-----------------black
Eyes----------------brown
Height--------------approximately 6’
Weight-------------approximately 180 lbs
Build---------------med

CLOTHING:
Last seen wearing – Khaki colored hooded jacket.
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09/11/2014

Approximately 1:00pm, 09/11/2014, a female student was seated in the reserved section of the Ablah Library when she was approached by an unknown male. The male asked if he could share her table. He visited with her for a few minutes, he started to stand up and reached out and touched her upper thigh without her consent. She told him she did not want to be touched. He sat back down and stared her and tried to talk to her, she ignored him and he reached out and grabbed her foot, started rubbing her foot while saying, “let me rub your feet”.  The student pulled her foot away and moved to another table. The male got up and left the area, she thought he had left, but he returned, still staring at her and continued to watch her until she pulled out her phone and he got up left the area as she was calling police.
The student was not harmed. Officers spoke with another student who had seen this same individual in the library on several occasions and had been uncomfortable in the manner in which the male stared at her and tried to approach her.

The University Police Department is investigating the crime.

Should you have information to help solve this crime, please contact the University Police Department 978-3450.

DESCRIPTION of Suspect:
Age-----------------20 to mid 30 years of age
Race----------------black
Sex----------------- male
Hair-----------------short, black
Eyes----------------brown
Height--------------approximately 5’8”-5’10”
Weight-------------180-220
Build---------------med

CLOTHING:
Last seen wearing – Blue or Aqua shirt, jeans, carrying a royal blue jacket with red and white trim with the Roca-wear clothing line, “R” emblem on the back,  over his shoulder with a red shirt or something red over his shoulder under the jacket, black knit beanie hat.

Please share the information with other WSU community members and neighbors near campus.