Police Blotter: January 17 – 23, 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
Jan. 31, 2012

Break-in

On Jan. 17, someone reported that a PlayStation 3 and accessories had been stolen from a Stevens Hall dorm room over the break. The theft is currently under investigation.

Cant-n-did Camera

Video surveillance in Lathrop Hall confirmed a resident assistant’s report of a person who had been trespassed from campus entering the building on Jan. 19.

Contact

A UAF student was reported for harassing two female staff members by making unwanted contact with them in the Duckering Building. The individual was banned from Duckering on Jan. 20 and the investigation is ongoing.

Irresponsivle

A community service officer found a 23-year-old driver from Fairbanks unresponsive in the driver’s seat of a running vehicle in the Nenana Parking Lot on Jan. 21. An officer arrested and transported him to the Fairbanks Correctional Center for DUI.

Ditching

A 25-year-old driver from Fort Wayne, Ind. drove his vehicle into a ditch by the roundabout near West Tanana Loop. He was arrested and taken to the Fairbanks Correctional Center, where he was charged with DUI on Jan. 22.

One dope toilet

On Jan. 23, a resident assistant reported that a Moore Hall resident possessed drug paraphernalia, which is equipment to make, use, or store drugs. An officer responded, finding a pipe in the toilet and called the 18-year-old male UAF student to court for possession of a marijuana pipe.

Advice for the week:

There were a couple of items reported as missing over the break, so if any items are found, please turn them into Lost and Found. The front desk in the Wood Center is the place to contact if an item is lost or found at 474-7034. Also, make sure to claim items fast if they have been lost because after 70 days, they are returned to the finder and well, finders-keepers in that case.

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