Police Blotter: September 2 – 6, 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.
Sam Allen/Sun Star Reporter
September 11, 2012
An expensive game of tag
Sept, 6 – An officer noticed vehicle in Ballaine Lake parking with the tags scraped off of the license plate and replaced with another tag. The tags of the vehicle were expired, and the driver was contacted. The expired tags were taken, and the driver will get new plates and tags.
Theft of time
Sept. 5 – Campus police received a report of a stolen watch in the Wood Center bowling area. The watch was found soon afterward and returned to the owner.
It was an ex-iddent, I swear
Sept. 3 – Campus police escorted a young lady from the parking lot to her dorm. She reported being stalked by her ex-boyfriend. An officer talked with the ex-boyfriend and asked him to cease all contact with the young woman. Student serviced were contacts to follow-up, as the suspect had been trespassing.
Sept. 3 – An older man was caught harassing girls for money at a BBQ outside of the Moore-Bartlett-Skarland Complex. The police were called, and when the officer arrived the man was charged with trespassing. The police officer dumped out his bottle of Listerine and escorted the man off campus.
Sept. 2 –Police encountered a vehicle in the middle of the Kuskokwim roadway with no driver. The officer found the driver soon afterward and discovered him to be driving under the influence. The driver was arrested and taken to FCC where he was charged with a DUI.
Sept. 2 – A 20-year-old man from Fairbanks was arrested for outstanding warrants and criminal trespassing in the MBS parking lot.