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Upon investigation, police determined the container in question was in fact an empty bottle of maple syrup.


That's some good police work. Nice post Dave. I laughed out loud.

Dave, I agree. It is not only amusing, but also endearing to read the BYU campus police blotter.

The part that isn't funny is when you park your car somewhere you shouldn't. I thought they were going to give me capital punishment for parking in a faculty reserved lot on Sunday. Sunday!!!

No Police Beat is complete without someone exposing themselves--usually in the library.

maple syrup!

Let me get this straight: Some invisible, faceless thief chugs down an entire bottle of maple syrup, gets in a wreck because he's DWI, and the collision is so bad that it sets off fire alarms several blocks away? They better catch this guy!

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