Someone called the WSU police saying that there was an eagle in the road on Country Hills Drive on Feb. 11. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources was in the process of sending someone to help. An officer was dispatched to watch the bird, which eventually flew away before DWR could arrive.
A vehicle pulled into the construction area on campus at about 10 p.m. on Feb. 11. The officer stopped the vehicle and confirmed that it was a construction worker. The worker advised that crews would be working throughout the night until 6 a.m.
An officer saw a white Honda late at night on Feb. 12 in the W-3 lot. Two individuals, male and female, were in the vehicle and said they both worked at Domino’s and were hanging out after their shift. The officer checked the records against the registration and license of the driver and found there were none. No illegal activities were happening in the car.
Up a tree
A man that had climbed a tree and appeared to be vaping was reported outside of Miller Administration. The officer responded, and the man was no longer there. The officer collected information from the caller before leaving.
A driver was backing out of a parking stall and turned too sharply and scraped the fender off of another vehicle before leaving. The driver responded when contacted and said they did not realize that they had hit the other car. Insurance information was exchanged, and the officer reattached the bumper to the car so the driver could leave the scene.
Keep the peace
The individual that was found naked in a loading dock on Jan. 22 needed to collect belongings from his dorm room. This individual was given an interim sanction until further notice, so an officer was needed to escort him while he was on campus on Feb. 14.