Fernanda Chamorro/Sun Star Reporter
Feb. 28, 2012
A 49-year-old male UAF professor lost his
green card. Police told him on Feb. 13 to contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services since he could not find it.
Missing in Action
A Ruger Mini-14 was reported missing by UAF’s Nome Reindeer Facility on Feb. 14. The facility suspects that it had gone missing prior to June 2011 after transfer of it from a residence to the workplace during the residence’s construction when it was last seen, but when exactly or how it was lost remains unknown. It is currently under investigation and has been filed as stolen at the National Crime Information Center.
A campus shuttle driver reported a man, 59 and possibly intoxicated, sleeping in the Wood Center bus stop
on Feb. 14. He had a .336 blood alcohol content and was to a detox facility since .3 is a deadly alcohol level according to police.
One Man Banned
A 25-year-old man from Fairbanks
trespassed by sleeping behind the curtain in the Fine Arts building on Feb. 18. Police banned him from campus six days before when he placed a piece of paper on the lock of the library to prevent it from closing in order to gain access after hours.
Resident Assistant in Nerland Hall notified police after recognizing a woman, 18, who had been previously banned from campus. An officer contacted her on Feb. 18 and extended the ban.
Police stopped a man from Fairbanks, 54, at Tanana Loop for speeding 35 in the 25 mph zone on Feb. 18. Police discovered that he
was driving under the influence and without a license or proof of insurance. Police arrested him and took him to the Fairbanks Correctional Center.
An officer became suspicious of a vehicle after the driver immediately drove out of the parking lot by Wecota Drive upon seeing the police. On Feb. 20, the officer made contact with the driver and found the 24-year-old Fairbanks man had an outstanding warrant after failing to appear for the hearing regarding a misdemeanor assault case. Police arrested and transported him
to the Fairbanks Correctional Center.