Police Blotter: June 16 – 23, 2011

Individuals named as arrested and/or charged with crimes in this report are presumed innocent until proved guilty in a court of law. This is the University Police Department report and is republished as reported by the UPD. The Sun Star is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the report.


Date: 6/16/2011
Location: Eielson Building
Call: Suspicious Person
Case #: 11‐00293

Suspicious person reported in Women’s Center. Suspect identified as Jacob R. Mitchell, 31 of Provo Utah, who is currently trespassed from all UAF. Mitchell arrested and transported to FCC for Criminal Trespass. Further investigation led to additional charge of Theft IV.

 


Date: 6/18/2011
Location: Hot Licks on College Road
Call: Criminal Trespass
Case #: 11‐00294

Suspect from case 11‐293 contacted at Hot Licks and trespassed again from UAF. Case follow‐up.

 


Date: 6/19/2011
Location: Chena Pump Road
Call: Traffic Stop
Case #: 11‐00295

Traffic stop for moving violations. Driver Thomas M. Sturmann, 25 of Fairbanks, found to be driving without motorcycle license. Citation issued for speeding.

 


Date: 6/19/2011
Location: Moore Hall
Call: Assault
Case #: 11‐00296

Third party report of possible sexual assault. Officer responded to investigate. Statement from victim states male entered the room and put his hand between victim’s legs. Investigation continuing.

 


Date: 6/22/2011
Location: 23 Hour Study Area
Call: Theft‐ Unfounded
Case #: 11‐00297

Report of lost or stolen Polar Express card. Card later found in room.

 


Date: 6/23/2011
Location: Shakespeare Theater
Call: Suspicious Person
Case #: 11‐00298

Complainant reports suspicious person at theater every night. Officer followed‐up but nothing illegal was found to have occurred.

 


Date: 6/23/2011
Location: MBS
Call: Suspicious Circumstances
Case #: 11‐00299

Complainant report people outside building may be smoking marijuana. Officer responded but found nothing. Officer contacted coaches of basketball players staying in MBS with warning and spoke with Ft. Knox personnel of the same.

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