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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1991 - Student Life. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 18, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19716.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1991 - Student Life. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19716

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Transcript [he UH Flasher began to surface once again. There were at least two men who flashed women in the parking lots and also in the library. HOUSTON IAN file photo. r hrough this window, the thieves were able to break into the car and steal various amounts of valuables. This was a common site on campus, as the crime rate seemed to soar higher and higher each year. Photo by Manuel Esparza. /his story had a happy ending. The criminal who broke into this car, and broke the steering column was caught before he could get away with the merchandise. Photo by Manuel Esparza. Aer apprehending the offender, UHPD Of- The UHPD is loading this suspect downtown to f.cer Larry Adams shows all of the merchandise be booked. This arres* should make all of us feel hat was found m the offenders possession at the safer, or should it? Photo by Manuel Esparza. time of his arrest. Photo by Manuel Esparza. lEmUp A Jfigh crime statistics could trig- exposed to flashers during that ger a significant decrease in college week in seperate incidents, enrollment, said Jan Sherrill, direc- A black male approached a fetor of the National Campus Vio- male student who was walking to lence Prevention Center at Towson her car and grabbed her backpack. State University in Baltimore, Md. The assailant pushed her to the In a survey of UH students con- ground and ripped her blouse as she ducted by Pi Sigma Alpha, 65 per- went down. The assailant then cent of the respondents said they felt safe on the campus, while another 16 percent felt very safe. "My greatest concern is the lack of exposure given to the problem of crime on this campus," said Michael Berry, a Students' Association senator. "The worst part of the problem is the ignorance of the problem," he said. The UH Police Department has furnished statistics on reported crimes to the Texas Department of Public Safety on a yearly basis since 1977, UHPD Assistant Chief Frank Cempa said. However, making routine statistical reports to a government agency was not the same as making them available to prospective students and employees, Sherrill said. "When the numbers aren't glaring at you, it's easy to gloss over them or have someone gloss over them for you," Sherrill said. Here at UH: Last summer, The Daily Cougar Our goal is to try to reduce the opportunity for crime to occur. "mumbled obscenities" at her and kicked her several times in the lower stomach and groin area. January 22, 1991-A man pled guilty to charges of indecent exposure after being arrested at M.l). Anderson Library. On January 26, 1991-A student was given a Class C county citation for public intoxication after he allegedly knocked on several women's dorm room doors and made obscene remarks. January 28, 1991-A typewriter was thrown or fell from a floor in Agnes Arnold Hall. Febuary 7, 1991-UHPD anti- crime unit caught a suspect breaking into a car in Lot 21 A. Officers had been tailing him because of suspicious behavior. The man was found guilty and sentenced to 5 years in Texas Department of Cor- rections(TDC). February 15,1991-In Lot 12A police detained and questioned two men because of suspicious behavior. reported an incident in which sev- They then discovered that the cart — i • -ii eral Moody Tower floors were found vandalized after a Fourth of July party by the Yago students. Last fall, a female student was knocked down and repeatedly kicked, and two other students were one man was driving was stolen and the other was in possession of crack cocaine. Both suspects were sentenced to 5 years in TDC. -Courtesy of The Daily Cougar 50 ■& ^p- Student Lift Campus Crime ■& ~^~ 51