Police Blotter: February 2 – 5, 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
Feb. 14, 2012

Hess Uncommons

A male teenager allegedly vandalized the Hess Commons Subway shop by destroying food items and smashing them on the desk. The next day, Feb. 2, a report was made by an employee and police later identified the suspect.

BS Complex Bike Stealer

A student reported that his bike was stolen from the Moore-Bartlett-Skarland Complex bike rack. The 19-year-old male student left his orange Hero bike there over the course of a week and reported it missing on Feb. 2 after he found his cable lock cut. There are no suspects.

No-car Parking Pass

A staff member’s multi-car parking pass was stolen from her vehicle in the Taku Lot. The woman, 35, reported the theft on Feb. 3. She sometimes leaves her car unlocked, she said. There are no suspects.

Intruder Alert

An intrusion alarm went off in the Hess Lobby at midnight Feb. 3. Police cited an 18-year-old non-student Fairbanks man whom they found in the area for underage drinking. He was leaving and the exit alarm went off.

Thumpety Thump Grump

Police arrested a Fairbanks man after a resident reported glass-breaking, door-slamming and thumping noises around 1 a.m. at an apartment. The 21-year-old man had been previously banned from UAF property. He was trespassing on Feb. 4 to damage the Hess Village apartment window of the acquaintance. He attempted to flee when UAFPD arrived. Police arrested him and transported him to the Fairbanks Correctional Center, where he was charged with two domestic violence counts for criminal mischief and criminal trespass.

Sidewalk-err

Police stopped a Fairbanks woman, 18, for driving over the sidewalk of the UAF roundabout and found her to be intoxicated on Feb. 5. This is her third offense as a minor consuming alcohol, which makes it a misdemeanor.

Hide-and-Go-Seek

A community service officer found a trespassing woman hiding from him in the Fine Arts Building after hours. The 23-year-old had been banned from campus for squatting over a period of at least eight months. The officer found her during a regular security check of the Core Area and gave her a warning on Feb. 5.

 

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1 Response

  1. Maria says:

    About that woman: “This is her third offense as a minor consuming alcohol, which makes it a misdemeanor”, I think it should be considered a felony.

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