Police Blotter: October 27 – 31, 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
November 6, 2012

Mine! Mine! Mine!

Oct. 27- Two men were arguing outside of the Wood Center Pub over a woman. Campus police trespassed one of the men  and the other was given a disorderly conduct warning.

Room-gates

Oct. 27- A Skarland Hall Resident Assistant reported the usage of marijuana in a dorm room. A campus officer responded and gave all three users a disorderly conduct warning. They were also trespassed from every Res Life room except the one they reside in.

Trespassed out

Oct. 28- A man in the Rasmuson Library reported a passed out man in the bathroom. An officer responded and the suspect was detained. The 27-year-old Fairbanks man had previously been trespassed from UAF. Campus police arrested and transported him to the Fairbanks Correctional Center where they charged him with criminal trespass, possession of marijuana and violation of Conditions of Release.

Do it yourself

Oct. 28- On Tanana Loop, an 18-year-old Fairbanks woman flagged down a Community Service Officer to help jumpstart her disabled vehicle. The CSO requested a campus officer, who arrived at the scene. The officer found that none of the passengers or the driver had a valid license. The woman was summonsed for driving without a license. The passenger and owner of the vehicle was charged for not having a valid operator’s license and not having insurance. Another passenger was a possible juvenile runaway and was released to a relative. The vehicle was impounded.

Dangerous letters

Oct. 29- Residence Life reported to police that a resident in the MBS Complex had been receiving harassing and threatening letters. The UAF Police Department identified a possible suspect. The investigation is ongoing.

Oops, I did it again

Oct. 29- Someone reported to police that he saw a 54-year-old trespassed Fairbanks man on Alumni Drive. The man had been previously trespassed from UAF. A campus police officer responded and contacted the suspect. The man was arrested and transported to the FCC for a criminal trespass.

Something smells funny

Oct. 30- A campus officer stopped a vehicle between the Lower Campus Dorms and the Tanana Loop for a traffic violation while the vehicle was moving. The officer saw and smelled marijuana in the vehicle. The 21-year-old male driver was later summoned for the possession of a marijuana pipe.

Fire department mishap

Oct. 31- A UAF Fire Department truck slid down the UAFFD driveway and hit the Stuart Hall rock retaining wall.

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