Harassment, arrest top campus police reports

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Campus police responded to a variety of calls the fourth week of July.

On July 22, WFF Facilities Services employee Lorraine Lopez reported that at 12:20 p.m. that day, an unidentified man entered a restroom she was cleaning on the third floor of the Main Building and said, “Come on, let’s do things, you and me.”

Officer William Hall, who took Lopez’s statement, reported the unidentified man then extended his left arm and rubbed Lopez’s stomach.

Lopez left the restroom and entered the women’s restroom.The unidentified male then left the men’s room and went in a direction unknown to Lopez.

Lopez described the male as having short black hair, being about 210 pounds, and wearing a green shirt and blue jeans.

On July 23, Isis P. Espino, a visitor on campus, reported her camera had been lost in the Aquatics Center area.

Espino described the camera as being a black Nikon digital camera valued between $150 and $200. An area surveillance camera didn’t provide any help, according to the report.

A traffic stop on July 26 resulted in an arrest.

Officer David Madden reported he pulled over a car at 12:30 p.m. that drove through a closed section of Parking Lot B.

Madden said as the vehicle excited onto Faculty Circle, he initiated the traffic stop in Parking Lot A. That’s when he noticed the tag had expired in May 2012.

Gabriel Muchemi, 29, told Madden he did not have insurance verification with him.

When Madden ran Muchemi’s information, he found Muchemi’s license was suspended for a prior conviction of driving without insurance and that the vehicle was uninsured. According to the report, Muchemi had numerous past citations for not having insurance on the vehicle and for the tag being expired.

Muchemi was cited for driving under suspension and failure to provide proof of insurance, and arrested. Muchemi’s driver’s license was seized and his car impounded. Muchemi was then transported to the Oklahoma County jail.

To contact campus police, call 405-682-7872. For an emergency, use one of the call boxes located inside and outside on campus or call 405-682-1611, ext. 7747.

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