Police Blotter: April 9 – 12, 2013
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.
Ian Larsen/Sun Star Reporter
April 23, 2013
April 9- A university employee reported a hit and run on a UAF vehicle parked behind the Reichardt Building while the car was parked overnight. The vehicle sustained damage to the right passenger side and the passenger wheel cover. There are currently there are no suspects. The investigation is ongoing
Setting a shining example
April 9- A Bartlett Hall Resident Assistant called campus police for assistance regarding a civil dispute about an intoxicated female student yelling and arguing with the RA. The student was a member for the UAF Police Academy and the RA believed she had a gun stored in her room. Police met the woman in the hallway as she proceeded to yell and refused to take a
breathalyzer test. The officers decided she was unable to care for herself and she was transported to the Fairbanks Correctional Center for a title 47. A title 47 gives police the ability to detain a person who can not take care of themselves for safety reasons, the person detains is also unable to be arrested. the woman refused another breathalyzer test, the Police Academy director was contacted and informed of the incident.
I can ride my bike with no handlebars
April 10- A 21-year-old man reported his bicycle handlebars and flashlight stolen off outside of Mcintosh Hall to UAFPD. The bicycle belongs to the Office of Sustainability’s Green Bikes program. The items from the bicycle went missing April 5 but the theft was not called in until the April 10. The man notified the Office of Sustainability of the theft. There are currently no suspects, investigation is ongoing
Kickflip off the wall
April 12- A 21-year-old female Pub employee reported a custom painted skate deck mounted in the Pub as stolen. The skate deck was hung on the wall of the Pub as wall art and was stolen April 4 but was not reported until April 10. UAF student Mark Leon loaned the deck to the pub for display purposes. There are currently no suspects. The investigation is ongoing.
Job well done
April 12- Police assisted the UAF Fire Department in an ambulance call for a woman in distress. The woman fainted due to difficulty breathing in the Fine Arts Building and was transported to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. The woman was not a student
and her parents were contacted.
Dude, where’s our radios?
April 10- A
Facility Services employee reported a lost radio. The man lost the radio on campus during his shift and could not remember where he left it. After backtracking his route the radio was still missing. The radios are used to keep track of other Facility Service employees. The radio has not been found.
Further tales of missing radios
April 11- A second UAF Facility Services employee reported their radio missing. The employee may have
set the radio down in the Moore-Bartlett-Skarland Complex but could not find it when retracing his steps. This case is not related to the previous lost radio incident.