Police Blotter: April 4 – 9, 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
April 17, 2012
April 4 – Residence Life reported a possible assault in Moore Hall. An officer responded and found an intoxicated Fairbanks woman, 20, but the woman said she had not been assaulted
. She was summonsed for underage drinking.
April 5 – UAFPD stopped a Fairbanks woman, 34,
for improper use of her license plate tab on the Parks Highway near Sheep Creek. Police seized her plate and impounded her vehicle. She was summonsed for misusing her evidence of registration.
Lola Tilly Uncommons
April 6 – An officer was on foot patrol in the Lola Tilly Commons when he spoke to a person who
had marijuana. The individual gave the officer the marijuana and no charges have been filed.
April 7 – UAFFD reported a fight in the Cutler Apartments. An officer discovered the fight was verbal, and police did not press charges.
April 7 – Community Service Officers were patrolling the inner campus when they came across intoxicated people
. A 19-year-old man from Craig was summonsed for underage drinking and police turned him over to the care of a friend for the night.
Open Door Police-y
April 7 – Someone called 911
to report a man who was “yelling at students demanding to use their Polar Express cards” in the Rasmuson Library. Police gave him a disorderly conduct warning and escorted him into the building to get personal items he needed to take out.
No Window Shopping
April 8 – Police arrested and transported a Fairbanks man, 27,
to the Fairbanks Correctional Center after he was spotted looking through a window at Sam’s Sourdough Café. He was intoxicated and had some marijuana and a switchblade. He was charged with marijuana possession and misconduct involving a weapon.
April 9 – Someone reported missing items from the Wood Center laundry room. An investigation is currently underway.