Police Blotter: August 26 – September 3, 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. 10, 2013
August 26– A woman living in Hess Village reported her son missing when the boy was not returned by his grandfather. The grandfather was supposed to pick the child up after school and return him to his mother in Hess Village. The mother received a call after contacting police and found the child at the grandfather’s house. There was no specific reason given for not returning the child.
Devoted B-Ball Player
August 28– During a closed gym period, staff members approached a non-affiliated UAF man and asked to leave. When he did not comply and continued to play basketball, the staff contacted UAF police. An officer escorted the man out of the building and trespassed him from all UAF property.
Investigation of Stolen Property
August 28– The UAF police conducted a search warrant on Heather Drive for items reported stolen off UAF property. The investigation is on-going.
August 30– A driver was reported going over 100 mph on the Johansen. UAF police found a vehicle matching the description and the driver, Connor J. Neuhoff, provided the police with a California drivers license showing that he was 21. That license was fake. Neuhoff then provided the officer with a second valid license from Hawaii showing that he was 19. The officer confiscated the license and Neuhoff received a citation for falsifying the license.
Suspicious Sleeping Arraignments
September 2– A running vehicle in the Fine Arts parking lot with three people sleeping inside was reported to UAF police. The back door and all the windows were rolled down. One of the passengers, 18-year-old Zyved Voyzey, was found to have an outstanding warrant. Voyzey was transported to the Fairbanks Correctional Center for the warrant. One of the other non-affiliated UAF passengers was found to be in possession of the third passenger’s PolarExpress. The PolarExpress card was confiscated and the individual was trespassed from all UAF property.
Domestic Violence Incident
September 3– A domestic violence incident was reported on Dunlap Street. The Alaska State Troopers requested campus police assistance. When the police arrived, it was discovered that a married couple had been arguing. The husband, James M. Shull, was attempting to retrieve his personal items from the house, but the wife was unwilling to let him in. When he came into the house, the wife locked herself in the bedroom. Shull was arrested and charged with violating conditions of release, assault and domestic violence.