Police reports released Sept. 27

Public Intoxication Wednesday, 9-26-12 11:01am; 2800 block N. Blackwelder Avenue; Incident # 12-09-039; arrested: Chadwick Vaughn Morris (no OCU affiliation); Captain Jeff Stonebreaker observed an unknown suspicious adult male to walk into the Kramer School of Nursing building. He searched the building but unable to locate him. He later observed the same person walking in the 2800 block of N. Blackwelder Avenue. He approached the subject who later identified himself as Chadwick Vaughn Morris. The captain noticed that Mr. Morris had the odor of an alcoholic beverage about his breath and person. He also had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and was unsteady on his feet. While performing a pat down search, he discovered a pint bottle of whisky. The bottle was emptied and properly disposed of. Mr. Morris was taken into custody and transported to the Public Inebriation Alternative Center where he registered a BAC of .223%.

 

Malicious Injury of Motor Vehicle Wednesday, 9-26-12 1:54pm; North Loffler parking lot; Incident # 12-09-040; victim: student; damaged vehicle: white 2010 Subaru SUV;  Captain Jeff Stonebreaker was dispatched to the North Loffler parking lot in reference to a baseball striking a vehicle. Upon arrival he met with the student/victim who said that upon returning to her Subaru SUV, she noticed her windshield had been broken. The captain observed a 6” impact on the top center portion of the windshield. He located a baseball near the damaged vehicle. The victim made a written statement and photos were taken of the damage.

 

Malicious Injury of Motor Vehicle Wednesday, 9-26-12 3:45pm; North Loffler parking lot; Incident # 12-09-041; victim: faculty member; damaged vehicle: maroon 2006 Chevrolet IMT 4dr; Captain Jeff Stonebreaker was dispatched to the North Loffler parking lot in reference to a damaged vehicle caused by a baseball. Upon arrival he met with the victim/staff member who said that upon returning to his vehicle he noticed his windshield had been broken. The captain observed a 6” impact located on the center of the windshield. The victim made a written statement and photos were taken of the damage.

 

Public Intoxication Wednesday, 9-26-12 5:25pm; Buy For Less market 2500 N. Pennsylvania Avenue; Incident # 12-09-042; arrested: Cleveland S. Bristow (no OCU affiliation); reporting person: Kendrick Smith (security officer); Sergeant Michael Kavenius was dispatched to the Buy For Less market in reference to an intoxicated adult male who was refusing to stand up and vacate the premises. Upon arrival he was directed to the location of the subject by Security Officer Kendrick Smith. The sergeant observed the adult male to be sleeping on the floor next to the bank machine. He was awakened at which time Sergeant Kavenius observed the person, later identified as Cleveland S. Bristow, to have all of elements to constitute Public Intoxication. He was arrested and transported to the Oklahoma County Detention Center. A tent and jacket belonging to Mr. Bristow was placed into the OCUPD storage room. He was informed he had 30 days to retrieve the items.

 

Malicious Injury of Motor Vehicle Wednesday, 9-26-12 5:28pm; North Loffler parking lot; Incident #12-09-043; victim: faculty member; damaged vehicle: blue 2004 Chevrolet Malibu Classic 4dr; Sergeant Michael Kavenius was dispatched to the North Loffler parking lot regarding a damaged vehicle. Upon arrival he met with the victim/faculty member who said he noticed his passenger side rear view mirror had been broken out. Sergeant Kavenius observed the damage in addition to seeing pieces of mirror on the ground. He also retrieved a baseball next to the victim’s vehicle. The victim made a written statement and photos were taken of the damage.

 

Public Intoxication (2 counts) Wednesday, 9-26-12 8:00pm; Buy For Less market 2500 N. Pennsylvania; Incident # 12-09-044; arrested: Gary Allen Ingram (no OCU affiliation) and Donald Wayne Bull (no OCU affiliation); Sergeant Michael Kavenius was dispatched to the Buy For Less market regarding two adult males consuming alcoholic beverages and refusing to leave the property. Upon arrival he observed both subjects setting on a curb. He approached them and ascertained both of them were drinking vodka. He had them pour the alcohol of the cups and to stand up. Sergeant Kavenius observed that Mr. Ingram and Mr. Bull had the odor of an alcoholic beverage about their breaths and persons. He further noticed they had bloodshot eyes and were unsteady on their feet. He took both subjects into custody and transported them to the Public Inebriation Alternative Center. Upon arrival Mr. Ingram registered a BAC of .190% and Mr. Bull registered a BAC of .320%.

 

Notice to Vacate Thursday, 9-26-12 6:00am; United Methodist Hall (dorm room); Incident # 12-09-045; violator: Eric Edward Geibel (visitor and OCU graduate); reporting person: Head Resident Jorge Mazola; involved person: female student (girlfriend of Mr. Geibel); Officer Josh Pankowsky was dispatched to United Methodist Hall regarding an unauthorized male sleeping at a dorm room. Upon arrival he met with Head Resident Jorge Mazola who said he was informed that a male has been staying with a female student in a UMH dorm. Officer Pankowsky was told that the female student was not authorized to allow her boyfriend to stay in her dorm. The sergeant had Mr. Geibel sign an OCU Notice to Vacate form. He was told to leave the campus and not return until he is authorized to return by Chief Lyndel Harris or Dean of Student Life Dr. Liz Donnelley. The female student is scheduled to meet with Dean Donnelly this afternoon at which time this issue will be resolved. A police report relating to this incident will be forwarded to the Dean this morning.

 

Fugitive From Justice Thursday, 9-27-12 7:35am; West Fine Arts parking lot; Incident # 12-09-046; arrested: Robert Stephen Chyzy (no OCU affiliation); Captain Jeff Stonebreaker observed a suspicious adult male walking across the West Fine Arts parking lot. He met with the subject to ascertain why he was on campus.  The subject, later identified as Robert Stephen Chyzy (no OCU affiliation), became belligerent and told the captain that “it was none of business” as to why he was on campus. Mr. Chyzy was eventually searched and handcuffed. A warrant check revealed that Mr. Chyzy has an outstanding arrest warrant from Oklahoma County for Violation of a Suspended Sentence. He was required to sign an OCU Notice to Vacate form and was transported to the Oklahoma County Detention Center. Upon arrival at the detention center, Mr. Chyzy said he was god and was unaware of his surroundings.

3 comments
Bobby Chyzy
Bobby Chyzy

Robert Stephen Chyzy was my father and had mental issues. He was a great guy earlier in life. He has succumbed to his illness and committed suicide. So instead of getting your inside information and posting about it on Internet maybe have the compassion of his family and not throw in that last part about him thinking he was god. He really did think that and was convinced anyway its out there now but I would love for us to consider putting more resources into mental illness and less on expensive gun control ads by the media.

gatorbill
gatorbill

 @Bobby Chyzy

 Im so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to your family. I had the pleasure of growing up with your Dad. Too many fond memories of him. He was a stand up guy & loving step brother. He will be deeply missed.

iharris1961
iharris1961

 @Bobby Chyzy

 my name is ivan harris.....u don't know me but I grew up with your dad and our familys were intertwined......bob was the greatest dude ever n I unfortunatlly we lost touch over the years I have never and will never forget the hundreds of great memories I had with your dad ......what a great dude, my heart goes out t u all and anybody says anything negative about bob can kiss my ass ..I know better.....r.i.p.     love ya bob

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