Police Blotter: November 8 – 13, 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
November 20, 2012

Cash dash

Nov. 8- A 21-year-old man reported  that $200 was stolen from his unlocked locker in the Student Recreation Center while he was working out. There are currently no suspects and the investigation is on-going.


Nov. 8- The Lathrop Hall Residence Director reported a 28-year-old non-responsive non-affiliated man to campus police. The man was left passed out in a chair by another non-affiliated man who was let in by residents holding the door open for them. Police found the non-responsive man had a blood alcohol level of .3, which is a level at which death is a risk. He was transported to the Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, then the Fairbanks Correctional Center for protective custody. He was trespassed from all UAF property. The other man who left him there had gone into the SRC to play basketball and ran out the emergency exit doors when campus officers were searching for him. He was not found by police. Police said this is why residents should not open doors to let strangers in.

Genius in a bottle   

Nov. 8- A Resident Assistant reported to police that there was an intoxicated 19-year-old male student in the Moore-Bartlett-Skarland Computer Lab. An officer contacted the inebriated man and transported him to the FCC for protective custody. The man will be charged for habitually consuming alcohol underage since this is the third offense, and another offense is still being processed.

 iSpot an iPod

Nov. 9- An 18-year-old student in Moore Hall reported that his iPod was stolen from his dorm along with his 18-year-old roommate’s iPod. The roommate had friends over while the complainant was at a game. There are no suspects because campus police have been unable to reach the roommate. The investigation is on-going.

Don’t drive quick when it’s slick

Nov. 10- Alaska State Troopers called for campus police assistance due an accident involving two vehicles. A 22-year-old female student lost control of her car due to the slick roads. The vehicle spun in a 180 turn, damaging the rear left door and hit a light pole that fell with the cross arms between the Ballaine off-ramp and Farmers Loop. The car continued to slide and crashed into another vehicle with two men inside. The woman was cited for basic speed, which means she was driving too fast for road conditions. The front of both vehicles was damaged, but there were no injuries. The Department of Transportation was notified to fix the light pole.

 Go to your room!

Nov. 11A Bartlett Hall Resident Assistant on duty confiscated marijuana and a bong from residents and reported it to campus police. The residents were two men and a woman who were all 19-years-old. An officer arrived and found more marijuana and a glass pipe. Two of them were trespassed from all residential facilities except their own rooms and all three were given disorderly conduct warnings.


Nov. 11- An 18-year-old female student in Skarland Hall was receiving unwanted and unsolicited text messages and pictures of male body parts after posting an ad with her phone number on Craig’s List to sell an item. She reported this to campus police. The police investigated and found a possible suspect. The 18-year-old male suspect admitted to the offense and apologized. The man did not know her, but used her phone number from the ad. He was told not to make further contact or communication with the woman. The suspect agreed and the woman was satisfied and did not press charges.

Bad reaction to sleeping pills

Nov. 12- A Nerland Hall Resident Assistant reported a 20-year-old male resident took sleeping pills and was acting incoherent. A campus police officer and Emergency Medical Services arrived to assist the student. The student was transported to the FMH after having a bad reaction to pills that belonged to a family member. An officer followed up the next day because the patient was unable to answer questions that day. He was released from the hospital in good condition.

What the?

Nov. 13- A 25-year-old female student reported to police that her credit card, driver’s license and veteran ID were stolen while she was getting coffee at the kiosk in the Rasmuson 24-hour library. The student’s items were on the table directly next to her. She turned to sign a receipt and when she looked back, they were gone. There was no one around and the cards were nowhere to be found. The woman cancelled all of her cards. There are no suspects and the investigation is on-going.

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