Police Blotter: January 31 – February 3, 2014
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.
Shae Bowman/ Sun Star Reporter
Feb. 11, 2014
January 31-Banned from campus
Residence Life reported that a woman who was banned from Nerland Hall went to her boyfriend’s room and fought with him. The woman was re-advised by campus police of her banishment and issued a summons to appear in court. Her ban was extended another six months.
Library staff reported that a man was acting suspicious in the library. He said that he wanted to apologize to everyone for being offensive in the past. When campus police arrived, they did not find the man, but banned him from UAF because of prior incidents and no affiliation to UAF.
February 2- Rowdy crowd
A Hess Village resident called campus police because the person
heard yelling, crying and running around in the neighboring apartment. When the police arrived, they contacted five people having a party. The officer found one person to be heavily intoxicated and transported him to Fairbanks Correctional Center for sleep off. Campus police were contacted again later in the night about the same apartment causing a disturbance. When the police contacted the apartment again, four disorderly conduct warnings were given, and three people were transported back to their houses.
February 3- Drugs
Campus Police were contacted about a possible drunk driver on Farmers Loop Road. When the police contacted the driver, he was not intoxicated but appeared to be under the influence of drugs.
A warrant for the man’s blood content level was requested to test for drugs. A drug specialist was also contacted to help determine what drugs the man had taken.