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An officer was dispatched to the 3100 block of Rice in reference failure to stop and give information minor accident. The victim’s unoccupied vehicle was struck and the driver of the striking vehicle failed to provide required information.
|03/24/2017||17-P-0178||Identity Theft||An officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in regards to Fraudulent Use/Possession of Identifying information. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the victim who stated she received a letter from the Internal Revenue Service stating that an unknown person(s) used her personal information for employment purposes.|
|03/24/2017||17-P-0179||Burglary of motor vehicle||An officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby for a report of a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the complainant who stated that an unknown person(s) made entry into his vehicle and took his hearing aid without his consent.
|03/25/2017||17-P-0180||Credit Abuse / Debit Card Abuse||An officer was dispatched to West U PD Lobby in reference to credit/debit card abuse and fraudulent use of identifying information.|
|03/24/2017||17-P-0181||Theft||An officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in regards to a theft that had already occurred|
|03/25/2017||17-P-0182||Identity Theft||An officer was dispatched to the West U PD in regards to Fraudulent Use/Possession of Identifying Information.|
|03/25/2017||17-P-0183||Possession of Narcotics||An officer conducted a traffic stop in the 4000 block of Riley for an equipment violation. While making contact with the driver, the officer detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. When asked about the odor, the front seat passenger stated that he had marijuana in his backpack that belonged to him. The passenger was taken into custody for the offense of possession and the driver and other passenger of the vehicle were released from the scene.|
|03/26/2017||17-P-0184||Warrant Arrest||An officer was dispatched to the Fort Bend County Jail Facility to pick up a subject who had a traffic warrant out of the City of West University Place. The subject was transported to the West University Place Jail Facility where she was booked and processed without incident.|
|03/26/2017||17-P-0185||Traffic Violation||At 6:30pm, an officer observed a vehicle traveling northbound in the 5300 block of Buffalo Speedway with an expired registration and no front license plate. A traffic stop was conducted and after further investigation, the driver was arrested for driving while license invalid, expired registration and no front license plate and the passenger was arrested for warrants with PCT 1 and PCT 5.|
|03/26/2017||17-P-0186||Public Intoxication||An officer observed a subject lying on the sidewalk located on the corner of 6700 Kirby.The officer observed as the subject stood up and nearly stumbled into the roadway and into oncoming traffic. Contact was made and it was determined the individual was highly intoxicated and was subsequently taken into custody for the offense.|
|03/27/2017||No crimes reported|
|03/28/2017||17-P-0187||Fraud||At 2:51 pm, an officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in regards to a fraud that already. Upon arrival, it was discovered an unknown suspect used the victim’s information to open a fraudulent bank account without consent.|
|03/28/2017||17-P-0189||Criminal Mischief||An officer was dispatched to the 3700 block of Plumb St in reference to a criminal mischief that already occurred.|
|03/29/2017||No crimes reported|
|03/30/2017||No crimes reported|
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