Police Blotter: February 18 – 22, 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
Mar. 4, 2013
February 18– Intoxicated residents
The Bartlett Resident Director contacted UAF police about two intoxicated students in the Bartlett dorms. Both of the individuals were transported to Fairbanks Correctional Center for sleep off.
February 19- Student banned
A campus officer on foot patrol found a women sleeping in the 24-hour study area. When the officer ran the woman’s name in the UAF system, her information was not available, and the officer thought she was not affiliated with UAF. She was banned from UAF, but the next day, the ban was removed when her identify was verified.
February 19- Package deal
The UAF post office contacted the UAF Police Department because they had a package that smelled like marijuana. When a campus officer arrived, the man the package was addressed to had been attempting to pick up the package. The officer obtained a search warrant and found a small amount of marijuana. The man was issued a summons to appear in court for misconduct involving a controlled substance.
February 20- Open window
A campus officer on foot patrol observed an open window with a fan in the window in Stevens Hall. Because of the cold weather, the officer thought it was suspicious and investigated. The officer found that the residents of the room had drug paraphernalia and the items were confiscated. Residence Life is handling the situation as a policy violation.
February 22- Second offenders
A campus officer on foot patrol found an intoxicated woman in the Moore-Bartlett-Skarland Lobby. The female was given a summons for minor consuming alcohol. The following day, the woman and a man were intoxicated and found by a different
police officer in the Moore Lobby. The woman was given a second summons for MCA, the man was given a summons for MCA and both were given warnings for disorderly conduct.