Police Blotter: February 6 – 9, 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. 18, 2014
February 6– Suicide risk
A person at risk for suicide was reported to the UAF Police Department. The caller said that her friend had called her and said she was considering suicide. When the campus police contacted the woman in her Moore Hall residence, they found that she had been drinking and smoking marijuana. The woman was transported to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital for protective custody and issued a summons to appear in court for underage drinking.
February 8– Intoxicated people
A campus officer on foot patrol found an intoxicated individual in the Moore-Bartlett-Skarland lobby. The officer transported the woman to Fairbanks Correctional Center for sleep off. Residence Life later reported that the person the girl had been drinking with was passed out on his bed and couldn’t get him to wake up. The officer woke the man up, and UAF emergency services transported him to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. The man was issued a summons to appear in court for minor consuming.
February 5– Arguing couple
Residence Life reported that two people were arguing at the front desk in Moore Hall. The resident assistant was concerned because the guy shoved the woman and called her a derogatory name. The RA provided the police with a description of the couple, and campus officers found them at the Wood Center Bus stop. The man was banned from all UAF property, and the woman was given information on domestic violence.
February 9– Drinking incident
Residence Life reported that a woman in Bartlett hall heard yelling that she wanted to kill herself. When the RA responded to the room, the woman refused to answer the door. When a campus officer arrived, the woman opened the door. She was intoxicated, but not at risk for suicide. The campus officer transported the woman to Fairbanks Correctional Center.