On June 24 an employee reported the possible off-campus rape of a female student.
The Oklahoma City Police Department was contacted and asked to make contact with the student. The student was reluctant to discuss the case with the police.
On June 6 a wallet was reported missing in the basketball gym. Police said the owner of the wallet stated he had placed the wallet and two cell phones on a bench, and had returned to find the wallet missing.
A second victim entered the OCCC Police Department, while the first victim was completing a statement form, and reported that his wallet was also missing. The second victim had placed his wallet and phone on the same bench, and returned to find it missing.
On June 14 a red Chevrolet truck was stopped for having an expired license plate. The driver’s license had been suspended. Police searched the vehicle.
The officer conducting the search reported that the vehicle’s steering column and ignition had been tampered with. There were no keys found in the vehicle.
The driver told police the vehicle had been purchased days prior on Craigslist.
The driver told police the believed the truck had a “50/50 chance of being stolen.”
June 17 inappropriate behavior among youths was reported in the College for Kids youth program. The police report did not specify what behavior was inappropriate, nor how many youths were involved in the incident.
June 24 a female student was reported for not leaving the Testing Center at closing time. Officers told the woman what the Testing Center hours were and that they had to close for the day.
Police said the woman was emotional and had to be calmed down.
Some information was redacted from reports under the direction of Marketing and Public Relations.
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