Police Blotter: November 13 – 29, 2010
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.
Compiled by Stephanie Martin
Sun Star Intern
Saturday, Nov. 13, 2:52 A.M.
Police stopped a vehicle for moving violations on College Road. The officer found one passenger from Tok to have an outstanding warrant and in possession of a small amount of marijuana and pipe. The man was arrested. Officers sniffed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle. Police arrested the driver for DUI and took him to FCC.
Monday, Nov. 15 1:33 P.M.
A traffic stop for a covered window and tail lights led to the arrest of a Fairbanks resident on North Tanana Drive. Upon speaking with the driver, the smell of marijuana billowed from the vehicle. The driver handed over a pipe. Police searched the vehicle and found more paraphernalia a stolen milepost sign. UAFPD arrested the driver and shipped him to FCC.
Wednesday, Nov. 17 3:30 P.M.
The police department received a call from a mother concerned about harassment and threats her son received from his ex-girlfriend and her new military boyfriend. The mother received information about how to apply for a restraining order and options on having the police department telling the ex-girlfriend not to contact her son anymore.
Thursday, Nov. 18 2:42 P.M.
A complainant told police in the Lola Tilly Commons that her ex-boyfriend threatened to kill her and her current boyfriend yesterday. Police began further investigation and interview. The suspect told police he no longer wished to kill anyone, he just wanted to confess his original thoughts.
Saturday, Nov. 20 3:00 A.M.
Police stopped a vehicle near the museum for driving the wrong way on a one-way street. The driver and passenger both had misdemeanor warrants from Fairbanks. They claimed to have paperwork documenting they had taken care of the warrants. Officers escorted both to their rooms where they produced the paperwork.
Saturday, Nov. 20 6:31 P.M.
A caller reported a man on the second floor of the ice arena who appeared to be taking pictures of kids. The whistle-blower said he had been watching the man for a while. He also saw the man talking with some kids. An officer caught up with the suspect who admitted to taking pictures of women and girls. There were pictures on his cell phone of some women and young teenage girls. The officer trespassed him for six months.
Sunday, Nov. 21 12:54 A.M.
A traffic stop on Geist Road found a Fairbanks resident traveling with between an eighth and quarter ounce of marijuana. Officers found the marijuana in a plastic bag. A pipe that was still warm from smoking was also found. The driver was summoned and released for possession of marijuana.
Monday, Nov. 29 11:50 P.M.
Police received a report of a verbal argument occurring in Harwood Hall. The caller believed it could be a domestic violence. An officer investigated and found it was a misunderstanding and claims of domestic violence were unfounded. Horseplay while baking cookies caused the disturbance.