Police Blotter: March 20 – 27, 2012

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.

Fernanda Chamorro/Sun Star Reporter
April 3, 2012

MY room

March 20 – There was a report of a 19-year-old man who grabbed his 21-year-old girlfriend to get her out of his MacLean House dorm room. There weren’t any injuries.  The woman had previously been banned from MacLean. The boyfriend was not charged.

 Snow Removal

March 23 – A male motorist, 17, slid off Chena Ridge Spur Road due to the slick conditions. The driver’s friends helped him remove the vehicle from the snow. An officer also assisted. The vehicle had not been damaged and there were no injuries. 

Nap Time

March 24 – A 23-year-old male student was found lying in the 23-hour study area floor in the Rasmuson Library. An officer contacted the intoxicated individual and transported him to the Fairbanks Correctional Center to sleep it off.

Woman to Woman

March 24 – A report of domestic violence on Army Road led UAFPD to assist Alaska State Troopers. UAFPD transported a woman, 44, to the Fairbanks Memorial Hospital by ambulance for her injuries. The other woman, 41, stayed with her family for the evening. There were no criminal charges.

 1 Beer, 2 Beers, 3 Beers, Door

March 27 – A resident assistant reported a Fairbanks female resident, 19, banging on a door in Bartlett Hall. An officer responded to the complaint and arrested her. UAFPD transported her to the Fairbanks Correctional Center and charged her for underage drinking. She has at least two prior convictions for drinking as a minor.

 iDentified

March 27 – A man, 21, reported his iPod and iPad had been stolen from a McIntosh Hall dorm room. Police identified the suspect and charges are pending in the ongoing investigation.

 No Wheels

March 27 – An 18-year-old reported a Kona bicycle stolen outside the upper dorms. An officer looked through the bikes held in safekeeping at the police station, but none matched the missing bike. Police have not identified any suspects.

Cash-out

March 27 – An 18-year-old female student reported cash had been withdrawn from her ATM card without permission. It turned out that her boyfriend, 20, used the card and forgot to tell her. She did not wish to file any criminal charges against him.

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