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Police Blotter 10/10


Being cautious

Just after 1 p.m. on Sept. 27, a Weber State University Police Department officer was dispatched to a Code Purple complaint about pieces of broken glass found near a vehicle on campus.

Upon arriving at the scene, the complainant explained to the officer that they believed the broken glass could be part of a human trafficking scheme.

The officer did not see evidence that the glass, which was from a broken bottle, had been intentionally placed.

WSUPD documented the incident and offered the complainant safety resources, including safety escort in case they ever felt like they needed one.

In the knick of time

On Sept. 28, South Ogden Police Department sent out a dispatch asking WSUPD for assistance in opening a locked vehicle with a 6-year-old child inside.

According to SOPD, the guardians of the child had accidentally locked the keys in the car. The distressed child was sweating while kicking and screaming. A WSUPD officer was able to open the vehicle.

The child was checked for injuries, but no medical attention was needed.

Reckless Driving

Between 5 and 6:45 p.m. on Oct. 1, WSUPD stopped five different vehicles for driving at dangerously high speeds traveling north on Harrison Boulevard near 3900 S. Each vehicle was exceeding 50 mph in a 40 mph zone. No citations were given out.

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