This police incident information was collected from reports at www.baylor.edu/dps and is provided freely as public information under the Clery Act.
Some of the student body were less than pleased with the way alerts were sent. While there may have been some inconsistencies, it is important to understand the Baylor alert process from the first mention of possible bad weather to when we get those alerts to our electronic devices.
This police and fire incident information for the week of February 21 to February 27 was collected from reports at www.baylor.edu/dps and is provided freely as public information under the Clery Act.
Fire trucks and police cars lined the driveway of the Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center around 4 p.m Monday. The Waco Fire Department and campus police responded to a call about smoke coming out of the ceiling on the building’s second floor.
An unidentified person opened fire around 5 a.m. today at La Mirage Apartments.
The apartment complex is at the corner of Ninth and Baylor Street, less than half a mile from Collins Residence Hall.
One man remains unaccounted for Tuesday evening after two construction workers were dragged to the bottom of the Brazos River while building the bridge that will connect McLane Stadium and the Baylor Law School.
Between 8:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Baylor and Waco police responded to an automobile accident on South University Parks Drive. Multiple squad cars blocked two lanes of the road at the scene of the accident.
A Waco police officer said it’s possible the driver of the vehicle, who was identified as male, had a medical problem while driving, causing him to veer across the road, hit a sign and crash into a ditch.
Baylor and Waco police will be present on and off campus during Thursday’s Diadeloso celebration.
Lori Fogleman, director of media communications, said she did not know whether there will be more police officers stationed off-campus than usual; however, she said student leaders, such as residence hall community leaders, have received communication from the office of Kevin Jackson, vice president for student life, telling them to encourage students to stay safe and responsible.