Police Blotter: November 6 – 10, 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.

Shae Bowman/Sun Star Reporter
November 19, 2013

November 6- Student stalker

A UAF student and her father reported that the student was being stalked. The student told the person stalking her to leave her alone on multiple occasions, and told police that the individual was showing up in places he knew she would be. The police contacted the individual who was stalking, and he said he had been “crossing the line.” Police advised him to stop contacting the student and banned him from all UAF except to attend class.

November 9- Underage party

A Cutler resident assistant reported that there was a party in progress in a Cutler apartment, and that the residents refused to answer the door. When the campus police arrived, the residents opened the door. The officers found that four people in attendance were over 21 and five attendees were under 21. Everyone underage was cited for minor consuming.

November 9- Wanted in Bartlett Hall

A campus officer on foot patrol contacted an individual living in Bartlett Hall because she had an outstanding warrant for failure to comply with her conditions of probation. The individual was arrested and transported to Fairbanks Correctional Center.

November 10- Switcharoo

A campus officer observed a vehicle speeding and began to pull the vehicle over. As he did so, the vehicle began to turn onto Farmers Loop Road, and the officer observed the driver and the passenger switch seats while driving. The officer said the incident was easy to see because the individuals were wearing neon-colored clothes. When the officer contacted the individuals, he asked them why they switched seats. They told him that he was mistaken and they had not switched seats. Upon further questioning, the individuals admitted to switching seats and told the officer they did it because the initial driver had a revoked driver’s license. Both individuals were found to be underage and driving under the influence. They were both arrested and charged with driving under the influence. Further charges are pending.

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