WU Crime Report

West U Police investigated a residential burglary, picked up three people with outstanding warrants from the city of West University Place, and arrested a driver for possession of drugs this week.

On June 1, a West U officer was dispatched to the 6100 block of Kirby, in reference to a residential burglary. The complainant and his wife told police that two unknown men were involved in the theft of $200 in cash from their home. The first man knocked on the front door, claiming that he had been hired to trim a neighbor’s trees. While the complainant was in the backyard with the first man, a second unknown man entered the residence while his disabled wife was eating. The second man claimed that he was the person who had been speaking with her husband. The couple later discovered that $200 was missing from his wallet.

On Tuesday, June 2, a West U officer observed a driver who failed to stop at the designated point at the traffic control device in the 3100 block of University. The officer initiated a traffic stop and the driver was arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of a dangerous drugs.

Later that day, a West U officer was s dispatched to the CVS Pharmacy, 4755 Westheimer, to meet a Memorial Villages Police Officer with a subject who had two outstanding warrants with The City Of West University Place. Upon the officer’s arrival, the subject was placed in custody and transported to the West University Police Place Police Department for booking without incident.

On Wednesday, June 3, a West U officer was dispatched to the 2800 block of Reed Road to meet with a Pearland P.D. officer who had a subject in custody with outstanding warrants with West U. The subject was transported to the West University Place jail, without incident, and booked on the warrants.

Later that day, a West U officer met at the Police Department with a Jacinto City officer who had a subject with outstanding West U warrants. The subject was booked into the jail without incident.

At 6:57 p.m. on June 3, an officer met with a West U resident at the Police Department about a case of identity theft. The victim stated that an unknown person used his identifying information to commit fraud, by applying for online loans.

Shortly after 10 p.m. Thursday, a West U officer was dispatched to a residence in the 4200 block of Judson in regard to a report of suspicious activity. Upon arrival, the officer met with the residents, and obtained information about an incident that had occurred the night before.