WU Police have Quiet Week

It was a very quiet week in West University Place for police officers, with no crimes reported on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
On Thursday, October 2, a West U police officer arrested a suspect who has been repeatedly warned and arrested about trespassing at the Whole Foods Market at 4000 Bellaire Blvd. The suspect was issued a criminal trespass warning in August. The suspect was jailed without incident.
On Friday, October 3, a West U police officer was dispatched to the 500 block of Rusk, in reference to a person with outstanding warrants from the City of West University Place.
The warrants were confirmed and the officer took custody of the suspect, who was transported to the West University Jail without incident.
On Saturday, October 4, a resident of the 6600 block of Brompton reported that an unknown person had entered his garage sometime during the night, and took his bicycle without his consent.
On Tuesday, October 7, Southside Place police notified the West U Police that there was an unoccupied vehicle in the 3700 block of Bellaire Blvd. A West U police officer who responded found an intoxicated person walking westbound, on the sidewalk of the 3800 block of Bellaire Blvd. That person was booked into the West U Jail on a charge of public intoxication.
At 3:10 a.m. on Friday, October 10, a West U police officer observed a vehicle with no front license plate in the 2600 block of Rice. A traffic stop was conducted in the 5000 block of Kirby, when the driver admitted to having marijuana inside the vehicle. The driver was charged with possession.