Three unidentified male suspects remain on the loose after they assaulted and possibly tried to kidnap a woman near campus, according to a police report. The 22-year-old woman, who was not a TCU student, was getting out of her car in the parking lot of her apartment complex on the 3000 block of McPherson Avenue when the attack occurred around 3 a.m. Saturday, according to a police report.
"We don't know for sure if it was kidnapping," said Lt. Paul Henderson, Fort Worth police spokesman. "But we're treating it as a kidnap attempt."
A man who claims to have committed more than 300 thefts in the past 22 years on the TCU campus is scheduled to go to trial Monday for four separate counts of theft.Keith Money, 49, was arrested by TCU Police for stealing a wallet May 30 from the University Recreation Center, TCU Police Sgt. Kelly Ham said.
Prior to his imprisonment, Money stated in police documents he had committed just as many thefts at SMU, the University of Texas at Dallas, the University of Texas at Arlington and the University of North Texas.
A relatively small Colby Hall elevator wasn't the reason paramedics chose to treat their patient on the third floor Thursday, rather than transporting him elsewhere, a MedStar representative said.But freshman Kristin Partyka, the man's daughter, said she was worried that if a serious incident occurred and immediate MedStar assistance was needed, someone's life could be in jeopardy because the stretcher doesn't fit in the elevator.