Police Blotter: September 5 – 7, 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
Sept. 17, 2013

Drama in the hallway

September 5– Someone reported a break-in at the Great Hall’s drama hallway. Tools belonging to a contractor were stolen. Campus police searched the surrounding area and swept for fingerprints. The investigation is on-going.

Running for president

September 6– A report of an older male causing a disturbance in the Duckering Building was made. The man was loudly announcing his bid for the 2016 Presidential election. When the officer found the individual, the man was attempting to attend an on-going class on the second floor even though he was not a UAF student. The individual was escorted to an off-campus bus stop and trespassed from UAF property.

Driving without insurance

September 6– A UAF officer stopped a vehicle because the taillights did not appear to be working. The driver, Dale R. Arkell Jr, was driving without insurance. The vehicle was impounded and the driver was cited for not having insurance and for inoperable lights. The driver explained that he had recently bought the vehicle and had not had time to fix the lights or acquire insurance.

Suspicious foot-pursuit

September 6– A campus police officer followed three non-affiliated individuals because it appeared that they were smoking marijuana. Upon realizing that they were being followed, the three suspects threw a blunt into the woods near Copper Lane and began running toward the lower campus dorms. The individuals were caught and trespassed from UAF.

Cooperative delinquents

September 7– During a foot patrol, community service officers detected marijuana residue. A Resident Assistant and campus police were notified. Three individuals were contacted and found in possession of a marijuana vaporizer, which an officer confiscated. All parties were cooperative and Residence Life agreed to handle the situation.

Waking up mad

September 7– A report of an intoxicated woman harassing another individual in Wickersham Hall was made. When the officer made contact, the woman kicked the officer. The complainants reported that she had passed out in their dorm room and when she woke up, she became violent. She was taken to the Fairbanks Correctional Center and taken into care to recover for the next twelve hours.

Criss-cross applesauce

September 7– An intoxicated man was harassing students and attempting to enter the Old U-Park Building around noon.  When he was prevented by the complainant, he left and sat cross-legged in the middle of the crosswalk. When the officer found the individual, he took the man to the FCC. The man was trespassed from all UAF property.

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