Police Blotter: October 9 – 14, 2012
This report is based on the information published by the University Police Department. Individuals arrested and/or charged with crimes in this report are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Fernanda Chamorro/Sun Star Reporter
October 23, 2012
Pedestrian hit in MVA
Oct. 9- A woman, 31, accidentally hit a 62-year-old man with her vehicle on Alumni Drive. She was turning from University Avenue and failed to see him crossing the sidewalk
. He was transported to the hospital by Emergency Medical Services and the woman was cited for careless driving.
Oct.10- A Campus Cache staff member reported a suspicious 19-year-old male student who they thought was
shoplifting. An officer contacted the suspect and found that nothing was stolen.
Oct. 12- A 22-year-old male student
reported that his jacket and iPod were stolen from the Student Recreation Center. There are no suspects at the moment and the items have not been found. The investigation is on -going.
Oct. 13- Residence Life reported an intoxicated 18-year-old woman from Moore Hall at the Moore-Bartlett-Skarland bus stop. Another woman, 17, was assisting her when police arrived on the scene and cited the intoxicated woman for underage drinking
Oct. 13- Campus police found an unsecured bike by the Fine Arts
Building. It was taken to the UAF police station for safe keeping.
Down the pipe
Oct. 14- Res Life reported an intoxicated 19-year-old Fairbanks man
, in Moore Hall to campus police. An officer responded and cited him for consumption of alcohol by a minor . He was arrested and transported to the Fairbanks Correctional Center for possessing a marijuana pipe.
Hide-a lot… or not
Oct. 14- Police received a report that a man exposed himself to a woman in the Haida Parking L
ot. Officers suspect a possible 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 11 inches 220 lb. man. Police have not found him.
You are not the fairest of all
Oct. 14- A 20-year-old male student
had the side mirrors of his car damaged in the MBS parking lot. Police arrived at the scene and found an additional nine vehicles with obscene drawings and words written on them through the snow . There are no suspects but police are continuing the investigation.