Police Blotter: September 18 – 22, 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
Oct. 1, 2013
September 18– Devoted b-ball player returns
trespassed man was spotted by a UAF officer inside the Student Recreation Center rolling a marijuana joint and then leaving the building. When the man attempted to re-enter the SRC, the desk attendants stopped him. A campus police officer told him he was trespassed and escorted him to an off-campus location. The man was trespassed previously because he refused to leave the SRC after it closed.
September 20– Marijuana confiscated
A Resident Assistant
picked up paperwork from a Cutler resident’s apartment. While in the apartment, the RA saw a bong and marijuana on one of the apartment’s windowsills. The RA confiscated the marijuana and the drugs and turned it over to police. It was not determined who the marijuana belonged too.
September 21- Boxer fan takes it to the next level
A fight was reported inside the Pub. Witnesses reported that two men had been playing pool and talking about their favorite professional boxers. They disagreed about who the best boxer was and one of the men became agitated and punched the other man in the face. The man who had punched the other man was arrested and charged with assault in the fourth degree. He was also trespassed from the Pub for one year.
September 21- Suspicious woodlums
An officer on a foot patrol spotted two individuals stepping out of the woods by Skarland. When he shined his flashlight on them, they took off running. He pursued them and was able to catch up with one of them. The individual was carrying marijuana and was intoxicated. The officer later found the second individual near the man’s car. The vehicle was impounded due to an odor of marijuana near the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle allowed the police to search the car. Upon doing so, the police found a pipe. Both individuals were charged with misconduct involving a controlled substance in the fourth degree.
September 22- Kicked out of the house
A resident assistant reported a man banging on the door of one of the Hess Village apartments. The women also living in the apartment said that the man had been drinking and had become verbally abusive so she kicked him out of the apartment. The officer transported the man to the Fairbanks Correctional Center for a title 47 so he could recover.
September 22- Holiday store bandits
Holiday Gas Station attendants reported
suspicious activity in the store on Geist Road. They thought that a group of people might be attempting to rob the store. Campus police officers found the individuals vehicle and made contact at the owner’s residence. The owner told officers where another individual lived and the officer made contact with a female living on campus. When the officers found the student in her room, she was intoxicated and they arrested her for violating her conditions of release. She had been previously arrested for a minor consuming alcohol offense. She began to have an asthma attack and told officers she did not have medication. An officer called for a n ambulance and she was taken to the hospital. The woman became very violent and hostile to the medics and nurses. When it was determined that she was stable, she was transported to the FCC and charged with minor consuming, violating conditions of release and resisting arrest.