Police Blotter: April 2 – April 4, 2016
Heather Penn / Sun Star
4/7/2016 7:18 p.m. – Facilities services personnel discovered a north facing door in the Gruening building was broken. The door frame was bent but the glass was intact. Police removed the glass so the door could be serviced. It is unknown whether the damage was intentional.
4/5/2016 2:55 p.m. – While giving a tour to potential future UAF athletes in the Murie building an employee discovered a dog had doodooed in a conference room on the third floor.
4/9/2016 1:45 a.m. – A highly intoxicated woman was found stumbling around seemingly unable to walk at MBS. The woman was spotted by an RA who then reported her to the police. The woman was taken by ambulance to FMH.
4/10/2016 1:19 a.m. – Police pulled a car over on Geist Rd. for stopping at a green light and failing to terminate a turn signal. The driver was not impaired but was found to be without vehicle insurance. His car was impounded and he left in a cab.
4/5/2016 9:13 a.m. – A female reported that she was being harassed on Kik and Facebook. Someone had opened a fake account claiming to be the victim and posting her pictures. This had been going on for the past year and a half. Some of the messages were sexual in nature. Officers are investigating.
4/5/2016 9:13 a.m. – A female library worker reported an incident with an older man. The student was helping the man with his computer when he started to pull up sexually explicit pictures. The student discontinued helping him. The suspects actions are not illegal just inappropriate. Police are investigating.
4/10/2016 12:29 a.m. – A CSO requested assistance with an aggressive female at a dance in Hess Hall. The intoxicated female had repeatedly asked for the CSO’s number whereupon he politely declined. Officers were able to resolve the issue.
4/10/2016 3:39 a.m. – The Alaska State Troopers requested assistance with a call to Sandvik Apartments came in. Officers arrived to a woman standing in the road not letting traffic pass. Her sister had been calling 911, screaming and hanging up. One woman was given a disorderly conduct warning and the other was told to not call 911 unless it is in fact an emergency.