The University of Iowa

Daily Crime Log

Case numberDate occured startDate occured endDate reportedLocationClassificationDisposition
200008726/1/2020 12:00 AM6/30/2020 11:59 PM8/26/2020 9:15 PM431 NEWTON RD, BIKE RACKTHEFT 5TH DEGREEInactive
200008718/20/2020 5:00 PM8/26/2020 7:52 PM8/26/2020 7:52 PMHAWKEYE STORAGE LOTTHEFT 5TH DEGREEInactive
200008718/20/2020 5:00 PM8/26/2020 7:52 PM8/26/2020 7:52 PMHAWKEYE STORAGE LOTCRIMINAL MISCHIEF 4TH DEGREEInactive
200008708/26/2020 1:53 PM8/26/2020 3:19 PM8/26/2020 3:50 PMLOT 33CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 5TH DEGREEInactive
200008678/26/2020 4:03 AM8/26/2020 12:00 AM8/26/2020 4:06 AMHOSPITAL, EDPUBLIC INTOXAdult Arrest
200008658/24/2020 7:30 AM8/24/2020 3:00 PM8/24/2020 3:43 PMMAPF, LOWER LEVELTHEFT 4TH DEGREEInactive
200008648/24/2020 9:30 AM8/24/2020 10:15 AM8/24/2020 1:47 PM3601 BEECH WAY SWFRAUDULENT PRACTICE 1ST DEGREEAdult Exception
200008628/18/2020 6:30 PM8/18/2020 7:00 PM8/24/2020 11:29 AMHOSPITALASSAULT/INT SEX ABUSE/NO INJURInactive
200008618/24/2020 10:48 AM8/24/2020 10:48 AMHOSPITALDISORDERLY CONDUCTInactive
200008608/24/2020 10:15 AM8/24/2020 10:45 AM8/24/2020 10:43 AMLOT 42HARASSMENT 3RD DEGREEInactive

Explanation of case dispositions

Active
Crime is currently under investigation and is actively being pursued. A police officer is assigned the case for follow-up.
Inactive
Crime is currently under investigation but not activiely being pursued unless more information is forthcoming. An officer is not assigned to the case.
Adult Arrest
An adult arrest has been made and charges filed with the Clerk of Court.
Juvenile Custody
A juvenile has been taken into custody and referred to the Juvenile Court for the incident.
Pending Review
The report is being reviewed by a supervisor and has not been approved. The classification may change pending the review.
Unfounded
An investigation of a report has determined that it is false or baseless.
Other
The classification cannot be placed into another category.
Adult and Juvenile Exception
In certain situations, elements beyond law enforcement’s control prevent the agency from arresting and formally charging the offender. When this occurs, the agency can clear the offense exceptionally. Law enforcement agencies must meet the following four conditions in order to clear an offense by exceptional means. The agency must have:
  • Identified the offender.
  • Gathered enough evidence to support an arrest, make a charge, and turn over the offender to the court for prosecution.
  • Identified the offender’s exact location so that the suspect could be taken into custody immediately.
  • Encountered a circumstance outside the control of law enforcement that prohibits the agency from arresting, charging, and prosecuting the offender.
Examples of exceptional clearances include, but are not limited to, the death of the offender (e.g., suicide or justifiably killed by police or citizen); the victim’s refusal to cooperate with the prosecution after the offender has been identified; or the denial of extradition because theoffender committed a crime in another jurisdiction and is being prosecuted for that.