Reports

November 23/1:56 p.m. After reviewing the surveillance videotape of building C2, Spring Creek Towers (SCT) Department of Public Safety (DPS) was able to identify the individual who broke a glass panel of the front lobby door on 11/5. The resident of an apartment on the 17th floor signed a Reimbursement Form and agreed to pay for the damages created by their nephew.

November 21/10:45p.m. An unidentified male was seen on videotape kicking and breaking the lower glass panel of building H4’s rear entrance door. The same individual was videotaped in buildings H1, H5, and H6 kicking and breaking the glass panels of their entrance doors between 12:38 a.m. and 12:56 a.m. on November 22.

November 19/12:13 p.m.   After reviewing the surveillance videotape of building A3, DPS was able to identify the individual who broke a glass panel of the front lobby door on 11/5. The resident of an apartment on the 18th floor signed a Reimbursement Form and agreed to pay for the damage created by their son.

November 14/12:23 p.m. After reviewing the surveillance videotape of building C5, DPS was able to identify the individual who broke a glass panel of the front lobby door. The individual, a resident of an apartment on the 15th floor, agreed to pay for the damage created on 11/6 by signing a Reimbursement Form.

November 13/8:50 a.m. After reviewing the surveillance videotape of building B1, DPS was able to identify the individual who broke a glass panel of the rear lobby door. The individual, a resident of an apartment on the 7th floor, agreed to pay for the damage created on 11/8 by signing a Reimbursement Form.

November 12/9:32 a.m. After reviewing the surveillance videotape of building E1, DPS was able to identify the individual who broke a glass panel of the front lobby door. The individual, a resident of an apartment on the 2nd floor of building E2, agreed to pay for the damage created on 11/5 by signing a Reimbursement Form. The individual was also charged for the clean-up of urine in the service. A friend, a non-resident, had relieved herself there.

PLEASE NOTE: There were no reportable incidents for a 24-hour