Category: Police Scanner

April 7, 2009 Compiled by Gena Rohl

03/20
Vehicle thefts continue on UAA campus
3:00 – 11:09 p.m.
A student called to report the theft of his vehicle from the Spruce Lot. An officer responded and investigation continues.

03/22
Text message causes man to call police
11:40
Male called to report a threatening text message he had received. Report taken via telephone.

03/23
Another car broken into at the UC
07:50 – 11:20 p.m.
A student called to report that her car was broken into at the University Center. An officer took a report over the phone. The estimated loss is $700.00. Investigation continues

03/24
Friendship shaken to core by car theft
06:00 – 09:00 p.m.
The registered owner of a vehicle found that her keys and vehicle were missing from 214 MAC 6. A friend had left the apartment a couple of hours before the keys and vehicle were discovered missing, but he denies taking the vehicle. Investigation continues.

03/27
Who thought it was a good idea to drink, drive and get high?
6:17 p.m.
Officers contacted a male slumped over the wheel of his vehicle. The investigation revealed that he was intoxicated. The male was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. He was additionally charged with misconduct involving a controlled substance in the sixth degree.

West Campus Lot gets hit by car thief
09:00 – 11:30 p.m.
A student called the University Police Department and reported that her vehicle had been broken into while parked in the West Campus Lot. An officer responded to investigate the incident.

Vehicle theft trend moves to housing lots
10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
A female resident of UAA housing called to report a theft case. Vehicle parts from the exterior of her vehicle were taken.

March 24, 2009 Compiled by Gena Rohl

3/05/2009
Student has seizure in Wells Fargo Sports Complex
7:13 p.m. UPD was informed by APD that medics were responding to the Sports Complex for a person having a seizure. Lt. Munn responded. Medics transported the subject to the hospital for treatment.
03/14/2009
Suspended license causes driver to get citation- what a surprise!
1:16 a.m. While on patrol, an officer observed a vehicle being driven without any headlights on. The vehicle just had on its parking lights. The Officer stopped the vehicle. The investigation revealed the driver had a suspended drivers license. The driver was issued a summons for driving while license suspended. The vehicle was later released to a licensed driver.
Falsely reported assault still ends in citations for underage students
4:45 a.m. UPD received a report of a possible assault in progress. Investigation resulted in three summonses for MCA, a summons for furnishing alcohol to persons under 21, and a probation violation. No assault had occurred.
03/15/2009
If you catch a cab, be sure to have money to pay for it
06:05 – 06:38 a.m. A Yellow Cab driver called and reported that a young female had gone into West Hall without paying her cab fare. Contact was made with the young lady and she paid the fare.
03/16/2009
Slippery sidewalks outside of ARTS results in broken wrist
10:04 a.m. University Police were advised that a female student fell on the slippery sidewalk near the Arts Building. An officer responded along with AFD Medics. The female was treated for a broken wrist by AFD and transported to Providence Hospital by UPD for further medical treatment.
Police still on the lookout for student who vandalized student union door
8:13 p.m. A staff member called and reported that a student had vandalized an office door in the student union. Officers responded and contacted the staff member and the suspect. Investigation continues.
03/20/2009
Is there no place to pull over for police between 36th and 63rd?
10:20 p.m. While on patrol an Officer observed a vehicle on 36th Ave with a brake light not working properly. The Officer attempted to stop the vehicle, however, the vehicle did not stop and yield until 63rd Ave. The driver of the vehicle was issued a summons for failure to stop at the direction of a peace officer. The driver was also issued a citation for no proof of insurance.
Having a warrant out for your arrest doesn’t look good to a police officer
11:00 p.m. An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. Investigation revealed that the driver did not have a driver’s license, and had a warrant out for his arrest. A summons/citation was issued for Driving Without a Valid License.
03/21/2009
Bad week for cab companies- another failure to pay fee
0:39 – 01:00 a.m. An officer was sent via Dispatch to West Hall on a report that a female refused to pay a clean up fee to a cab driver. Upon arrival, she had paid her fee but was underage and intoxicated. She was given a citation for MCA.

February 3, 2009 Compiled by Suzanna Caldwell

Jan. 20, 2009
Car gets broken into in
South lot
9:00 p.m. – A Parking Service offi cer called to
report that he was with a student who reported
their car was broken into in the South parking
lot. Investigation continues.
Jan 21, 2009
Someone had to wear
shades
Between 7:15 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. person(s)
unknown broke a front side passenger window
and removed a small bag containing a pair of
sunglasses. Nothing else was taken.
There are no witnesses, suspects, or leads at
this time.
Jan. 22, 2009
Ice and bad ankle
results in hospital visit
2:26 p.m. – A student slipped on the ice in
the West Quad of campus and injured her ankle.
An offi cer responded, performed fi rst aid, and
stood by until paramedics arrived. The student
was transported to Providence Hospital by
paramedics.
Another car broken into
3:15 p.m. – A student called and reported
his vehicle was stolen from the Southeast
parking lot at the University Center. Det. Beckner
responded and is investigating.
Jan 24, 2009
Underage male gets
MCA summons
1:04 a.m. – Police received a report of an
intoxicated, underage male in the lobby of North
Hall. Investigation resulted in a summons for
MCA being issued to the male.

January 20, 2009 Northern Light

Jan. 5
Break the law, follow other laws
2:55 a.m. – While on patrol, an officer pulled over
a vehicle for an equipment violation and found a
passenger to be in violation of a minor consuming
alcohol. A summons was issued for the offense.
Lost or stolen, hands are cold
5:50 p.m. – An individual reported that her gloves
were taken from the table in the library lobby five
days prior.
Jan. 7
False alarm gets put out
7:45 p.m. – UPD responded to a fire alarm at the
Gordon Hartlieb Hall. Upon arrival it was learned
no fire was present. The alarm was set off by the
discharge of a fire extinguisher.
Jan. 9
Thieves everywhere
3:54 p.m. – The theft of a cell phone was reported
at the campus bookstore.
Jan. 10
Too many errors to put on ticket
4:12 a.m. – An officer on patrol near MAC-4 found
an intoxicated male. Upon investigation it was
found that said male was on probation, and thus
prohibited from drinking. The man was arrested
and taken to the Anchorage jail. He is being
charged with obstruction of justice, probation
violations, public intoxication and trespassing on
private property.
Jan. 11
Maybe lit up, but car lights out
5:50 p.m. – An officer pulled over a vehicle for
driving a vehicle without its lights on and was
cited for two traffic violations and issued a
summons for being in possession of marijuana.
8:03 p.m. – A report was filed that a vehicle was
broken into in the Cedar parking lot.
Jan. 12
Bandit strikes Cottonwood lot
1:30 p.m. – A student reported that his car was
broken into in the Cottonwood parking lot. It was
determined that $700 worth of book and personal
items were stolen and approximately $3,000
worth of damage done to his car.
Jan. 13.
Hit and Runs across campus
3:25 p.m – A student called to report witnessing a
hit and run in the West Campus parking Lot. The
driver later reported the crash to UPD.
5:58 p.m – A female reported her vehicle being
involved in a hit and run accident in the parking
garage. There was no information on the suspect
vehicle. Damages are estimated at $2,000.
Jan. 14
Student has enough, calls cops
6:45 a.m. – A minor was found intoxicated
in the West Hall. The student was cited for
Minor Consuming Alcohol and transported to a
community service patrol.
7:30 a.m. – Two cars collided on UAA Drive as
one slid across the ice and careened into the
other.
9:20 a.m. – Police responded to a report of a
two-vehicle accident at UAA and Northern Lights.
There were no injuries or witnesses.
6:18 p.m. – A student reported being assaulted
by his girlfriend for the past couple of days.
Jan. 15
Icy perp at fault for injuries
2:10 p.m. – A DOC employee reported falling
on the ice at Diplomacy, but did not sustain any
injuries.
Jan. 16
Falling on ice gets old
12:50 p.m. – A student fell in the library parking
lot, injuring her shoulder. She refused medical
treatment or transport.
Dorms aren’t for doobies
11:47 p.m. – An on duty RA reported observing
people smoking marijuana in the area of the MAC.
Officers found four people smoking marijuana.
Two were issued a criminal trespass warning and
the matter was referred to Resident Life.
Jan. 17
Look both ways before backing up
2:02 p.m. – An officer responded to a report that
a vehicle had been damaged behind the Student
Union and found that one vehicle had backed into
another.

January 13, 2009 Compiled by Suzanna Caldwell

Sunday, Dec. 7
You can’t have that out here
2:26 a.m. – Offi cer observed someone
sitting outside of East Hall was an open
bottle of alcohol. Investigation resulted in the
subject being issued a trespass warning.
Monday, Dec. 8
Don’t get mad at the bus
driver
8:30 a.m – On Northern Lights at UAA Dr.,
an Anchorage School bus was hit by another
vehicle. There were 8 passengers on the bus.
There were no injuries or witnesses.
Wednesday, Dec. 10
Maybe fi nals were a little too
stressful
3:45 p.m. – A student reported an
intoxicated student in SSB 250 who was
disrupting the class. Contact was made with
the intoxicated student who was escorted
home.
Drunken driver learns car is
not alternative for plow
10: 29 p.m. – Offi cer responded to
Templewood for the report of a vehicle stuck
in the snowbank. Investigation revealed
the driver in violation of driving under the
infl uence, minor operating a vehicle after
consuming alcohol and minor consuming
alcohol. Driver was arrested and processed
for DUI and MOMVACA, summonsed for
MCA and taken in front of the magistrate and
remanded to ACC.
Saturday, Dec. 13
Next time try counting to 10
12:09 p.m. – Library staff reported a male
in the foyer acting angry and kicking the wall.
Offi cers responded and asked the male to
leave and not return for the day. Library staff
re-called and advised the male was back. The
person contacted issued a trespass notice.
Library harasser removed
2:18 p.m. – A report was made by library
staff that a man had been harassing them and
following them around the library. An offi cer
responded and issued a notice of trespass
to the individual and escorted him out of the
building.
Sunday, Dec. 14
Don’t drink and park
6:21 a.m. – While on patrol an offi cer
saw what appeared to be an unoccupied/
unattended vehicle. Investigation revealed
that there were two people inside the vehicle,
and the driver was arrested for driving under
the infl uence.
Saturday, Dec. 20
More that just a headlight
problem
12:26 a.m. – While on patrol an offi cer
observed a vehicle being operated with
the drivers’ side headlight out. The offi cer
stopped the vehicle and contacted the driver.
Investigation resulted in the driver being
issued a summons for driving while license
suspended.
Monday, Dec. 22
Party busted, uncooperative
individual issued trespass
1:08 a.m. – University Police were called
to a loud party in the MAC Apartments.
Investigation revealed that all of the attendees
were of legal age. The party was dispersed
and the resident of the apartment was issued
a Disorderly Conduct warning. One person
was trespassed from campus when he
became uncooperative.

November 18, 2008 Compiled by Kaitlynn Jackson a

Sunday, Nov. 2

Mental patient runs loose on campus
9:49 p.m. – UPD received a call of a person walking in the middle of the road on Providence Drive. The subject was apprehended near UAA Drive and Mallard Lane. An investigation determined that the subject was in need of services, and he was transported to Providence Hospital Psychiatric Emergency Department.

Monday, Nov. 3

Accident results in $1,000 worth of damages
3:17 p.m. – APD dispatch requested UPD handle a motor vehicle accident that occurred on Providence Drive. An officer responded and completed the accident report. There were no injuries reported, and the total damage incurred by both vehicles was less than $1,000.

Tuesday, Nov. 4

Underage drinking party busted
2:50 a.m.- Officers were requested at the MAC Apartments for a possible Underage Drinking party and Disturbance. Investigation revealed that one person was issued a summons for a MCA and was released. A second person was found to have Furnished Alcohol to a Minor and issued a summons for Furnishing and also a summons for Disorderly Conduct. The subject was then transported to the Anchorage Jail for protective custody. Both individuals were issued Trespass Notices.

Thursday, Nov. 6

Man down in violation of MCA
5:23 a.m. – An officer responded to a report of a man down in North Hall. Male was found in violation of MCA, summoned for violation and transported to hospital for evaluation by medics.

Welding tools go missing
2:23 p.m. – A Templewood resident reported the theft of a pair of welding gloves and two nozzles. There are no suspects or further information at this time.

UPD collects on felony warrant
4:05 p.m. – APD advised UPD of a felony warrant on a UAA student. Contact was made with the student who was then placed under arrest and transported to the 4th Avenue jail.

Saturday, Nov. 8

Dorm drinkers busted
5:45 a.m. – Officers responded to West Hall for report of two intoxicated and underage subjects. Both subjects were found in violation of MCA, summonsed for the violation and released.

Thermostat vandal picks bad location
2:23 p.m. – UPD observed an individual damaging a thermostat on a wall outside of the police station. The individual was arrested, issued a summons and released. Estimated cost of repair is $100. The subject was issued a trespass notice and UPD released the subject.

Backwards driver gets corrected
8:53 p.m. – A vehicle was stopped in ESH lot for going the wrong direction. The investigation resulted in a person being issued for a summons for an MCA, and another being issued a summons for misconduct involving a control substance in the sixth degree.

Pick up truck driver issued summons
11:54 p.m. – While on patrol, an officer observed a group of suspicious persons standing in front of a pickup truck in the Spruce Lot. Investigation led to the driver of the pickup truck being issued a summons for leaving the scene of a damage only accident.

November 11, 2008 - Compiled by Teeka A. Ballas

Sunday, October 26

Sunday: a day for a rest or a day for drinking?
2:54 a.m. – While on patrol Officer Frierson observed a vehicle run the stop sign at Elmore and Providence Drive. A traffic stop was conducted and the driver was
determined to be driving under the influence. They were subsequently arrested, processed and transported to jail for a Telephonic bail hearing and then remanded to jail.

6:15 a.m. – Officers were dispatched to West Hall for a female who was passed out in the lobby. Investigation revealed that three persons in the lobby were under age
and intoxicated. Three summonses were issued for MCA. One person was transported to Alaska Native Medical Center for treatment.

3:20 p.m. – The University Police Department was called for an injury at the sports center. A person was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

Monday, October 27

A busy day for UPD
1:20 a.m. – Officers saw a vehicle operating without any lights on. Officers stopped the vehicle, and the investigation resulted in the driver being arrested for DUI and DWLR. A search warrant was obtained, and controlled substances were also found in the vehicle.

3:00 a.m. – A student called to report his Wolfcard had been stolen, and money was missing from his account. The investigation is ongoing.

1:32 p.m. – ABM staff called and reported a male subject sleeping near the ATM by the west entrance of the University center. Officer Morgan issued the subject a summons for trespassing. The Subject was then transported to the Brother Francis Homeless shelter for the night.

4:40 p.m. – An individual reported their car was keyed on the night of Oct. 26 while parked at East Parking Lot.

11:35 p.m. – An individual reported the theft of a backpack from the Wells Fargo Sports Center.

Tuesday, October 28

Mommy dearest
12:21 p.m. – A male student reported receiving harassing e-mails from his girlfriend’s mother.
Wednesday, October 29
When it’s a bad idea to flag down an officer

1:24 a.m. – While on patrol Officer Frierson was flagged down by a subject. Investigation revealed that the subject had a warrant. The subject was arrested, transported and remanded to the Anchorage Jail.
Stolen stuff

8:44 a.m. – UAA AV staff reported that a projector had been stolen. There are no suspects or witnesses.
2:44 p.m. – A MAC Housing resident discovered on their return to their apartment that money was missing from a room.

Thursday, October 30

Nothing’s safe anywhere
8:47 p.m. – A housing resident discovered his vehicle missing from the Spruce Lot in Housing. There are no suspects or leads at this time.

Watch where you walk
2:57 p.m. – A two-vehicle accident with injuries occurred on UAA Drive at the crosswalk. One person was transported to Providence for observation, the other refused medical attention.

One thief for every theft
7:24 p.m. – A student reported that some items had been stolen from her backpack while at the Wells Fargo Sports Center a couple weeks ago.

Friday, October 31

Hallowed Eve brings out the best at UAA
2:07 a.m. – Officers responded to a female down at the area of 42 Street and Florena. Female was found in violation of MCA. She was summonsed for the violation and transported.

4:37 a.m. – UPD received a report that three juveniles physically ran over a vehicle. Juveniles were gone on arrival. There was no damage to the vehicle.

12:56 p.m. – A staff member reported a NMA standing above the pool area at the Wells Fargo Sports Center making sexual remarks about female swimmers. The subject was asked to leave and refused. Officers responded and perp left UAA property.

1:05 p.m. – A vehicle failed to signal while turning right and then stopped behind the Arts Building. Investigation revealed the driver was DUI.

November 4, 2008 Compiled by Kaitlynn Jackson

Wednesday, October 22
Student doesn’t read TNL articles on theft and must report stolen item
8:26 p.m.- A student called UPD to report that an item he had reported lost on Oct. 20 has not been found and he now wants it listed as stolen. Lt. Munn spoke with the student and took the report.

Thursday, October 23
Broken brake light results in summoning
5:50 p.m.- While on patrol, an officer observed a vehicle with its left break light out. The investigation resulted in the driver of the vehicle being issued a summons.

Friday, October 24
Inebriated students caught and summoned
3:26 a.m.- An officer responded to North Hall for the report of two underage subjects who smelled of alcohol. Suspects were contacted and found to be in violation of minor consuming alcohol. Both were summoned for MCA and released.

Broken headlight leads to the issue of two summonses

9:46 p.m.- While on patrol in student housing on Sharon Gagnon Lane, an officer stopped a vehicle for a headlight out. Further investigation lead to the issuing of a summons to that person for furnishing alcohol to persons under 21. Two summonses were issued for minor consuming alcohol.

October 28, 2008 Compiled by Kaitlynn Jackson

Sunday, October 12
Gunshots fired in woods behind housing
6:59 a.m.- While on patrol, officers heard what sounded like gun shots from the area of 40th and Dale. Investigation revealed the sound of gunfire was coming from the wooded area behind Mac 3 student housing. Further investigation revealed no suspect in the wooded area.

Stranger makes way onto campus
9:50 p.m.- While performing a security check on a UAA building, Officer Morgan contacted a suspicious person is one of the back offices. His investigation revealed that the person was not a UAA student or employee and should not have been in the office. The subject was issued a notice of trespass from UAA and escorted out of the building.

Monday, October 13
Probation violator caught fleeing from officers
3:12 p.m.- Officer saw person running from him in Spruce lot. Another officer contacted that person, and investigation revealed he had been consuming alcoholic beverages and he was on felony probation, with one of the conditions not to be consuming alcohol. The person was issued a summons for Minors Consuming Alcohol and adult probations were contacted.

Wednesday, October 15
Mental subject transported off campus
8:34 a.m.- Lt. Shell was dispatched to the Aviation Center, in reference to a mental subject. The subject was not a threat to herself or others. She was transported to Beans Café, at her request.

Moose collides with oncoming vehicle
8:10 p.m.- APD called UPD about handling a vehicle vs. moose accident at the intersection of Piper and Providence. Lt. Munn responded to the report.

Thursday, October 16
Homecoming leads to inappropriate misconduct
3:44 p.m.- A female came to UPD and reported that she was touched inappropriately while at the Alaska Native Heritage Center during the university sponsored homecoming dance.

Someone still hasn’t read TNL articles about theft prevention
6:45 p.m.- A person came to the University Police Department and reported her bike stolen on 10/05/2008. An officer took the report.

Suspect flees scene after hit and run, leaving pedestrian injured
10:10 p.m.- Officers responded to Sharon Gagnon Lane for report of a hit and run accident, vehicle versus pedestrian. Investigation revealed a suspect was driving with a revoked license, driving under the influence, left the scene of an injury accident and failed to render aide. A warrant for the suspect’s arrest was obtained.

Friday, October 17
Vehicle break-in results in theft in University Center lot
4:29 p.m.- UPD received a call of a vehicle break in and theft from the University Center South parking lot. Officer Morgan responded and is currently investigating.

Suspicious activity detected in east lot
11:25 p.m.- While in the East lot, Officer Morgan contacted subjects with vehicle taking part in suspicious activity.

October 21, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, September 28
Illegal turn reveals drunken minor
6:18 a.m. — An officer witnessed a vehicle making an illegal U-turn on Elmore. One of the passengers was discovered to be in violation of Minor Consuming Alcohol, and the driver was issued a DUI and arrested.

Monday, September 29
Someone doesn’t read TNL articles about theft prevention
12:32 a.m. —- A driver reported a theft from his car – $4,600 worth of items were stolen.

Tuesday, September 30
Unlucky student has to find a new ride
9:07 a.m. — A student’s bicycle was stolen from the back side of East Hall. Approximate value of the bicycle was $800.

Officer finds stolen car
12:41 p.m. — While on patrol, an officer noted a green Jeep Cherokee with a broken window. It turned out it was a stolen vehicle. The estimated damage to the window is $250.

Wednesday, October 1
Another car vandalized
1:16 p.m. — A student reported that her boyfriend’s car’s back window was broken while it was parked in the Willow Lot. Investigation is ongoing.

-Friday, October 3
Bad driving etiquette plagues UAA
12:42 p.m. — A car that attempted to make a U-turn after dropping off a passenger at the bus stop ended up colliding with a south-bound vehicle. No injuries were reported, and all occupants of the cars were wearing their seatbelts. The negligent driver was cited. Both cars had to be towed away from the scene.

September 30, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, September 14

Student gets early start
8:47 a.m. — An underage female resident of East Hall was discovered intoxicated. She admitted to drinking, and was cited with a Minor Consuming Alcohol with a court date of October.

Another bike theft hits UAA
2:56 p.m. — A student’s bike was stolen from the Mac 3 building. Her bike cable was cut. There are no known witnesses.

Man steals from wallet
3:14 p.m. — An unknown male suspect stole $80 from an unlocked locker.

Tuesday, September 16

Passed out student
3:10 a.m. — An intoxicated female student was passed out in front of East Hall. She was underage, and issued a summons for an MCA. She had been causing a disturbance, and was transported to Community Service Patrol’s sleep-off center.

Wednesday, September 17

Third time’s the charm
6:01 a.m. — Yet another intoxicated, underage female student at East Hall was issued an MCA after officers were dispatched when it was reported she was “hysterical.” She was transported for a sleep-off.

Friday, September 19

Hall tries to beat streak
10:12 p.m. — An on-duty resident adviser reported a North Hall resident was drinking. An officer responded and cited the student for underage drinking.

Saturday, September 20

Lot target of two thefts
9:09 a.m. — A UAA housing student called UPD to report the driver’s side window of his car was broken during the night. His wallet was also stolen. Damage is estimated to be $150 for the window. An officer is responding.

10:22 a.m. — Another vehicle in the Willow lot had its back window broken into. A briefcase was stolen, which contained a laptop, iPod, and Bose headset. The estimated total damage and loss was $3,900.

September 23, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Monday, September 8

Failed stop, DUI charged
12:07 a.m. — A car failed to stop at a stop sign on Elmore Road. The officer discovered the driver was driving under the influence of drugs, and was promptly arrested, processed, transferred to the magistrate and then to the Anchorage jail.

Tuesday, September 9

Trespasser returns to RH
6:49 p.m. — An individual, already on the trespass list, was found to be in Rasmuson Hall. An officer escorted the individual off the premises, and contacted the Chief of Police about the trespasser.

Wednesday, September 10

Student’s car a $400 loss
4:48 p.m. — A student reported that $400 was stolen out of her vehicle in the West parking lot. A detective is investigating.

Bike stolen from East Campus Central Lot

8:20 p.m. — A bicycle was reported stolen, and its value was $1,150.00

August 26, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Monday, July 7

Graffiti discovered at Commons
3:11 p.m. —- Sometime between the 6th and 7th of July, someone vandalized the concrete wall at the Commons’ loading dock. The paint was photographed, and maintenance was notified to remove it. APD is also watching the growing graffiti problem in the bike tunnel at Sharon Gagnon and Elmore.

Wednesday, July 9

“Medicinal” marijuana found on patrol
9:44 p.m. — An officer found a prescription bottle that had a small amount of marijuana inside; the drug was destroyed.

Saturday, July 12

Hooded man loitering in woods
6:02 p.m. — An APU student reported a suspicious person lingering in the wooded area between the Consortium Library and APU. Officers responded, and the man was trespassed from APU, as he previously had been trespassed from UAA property.

Sunday, July 20

Fake tags, revoked license ends up with arrest
6:31 a.m. —- An officer ran a vehicle’s registration, which determined its October 2008 tags actually expired in April. The driver also had an Alaskan license that had been revoked, and that he was aware of it. The driver was arrested, and given “several” verbal warnings.

Tuesday, July 22

More bad drivers plague UAA
12:29 a.m. — While patrolling, the aforementioned officer observed yet another vehicle with an expired registration. When he attempted to pull the driver over, the car made a run for it, almost rolled on its sign and finally stopped when he almost hit some trees. The driver fled, and his identity was given by his passenger. The driver had an arrest warrant out, issued by the state of Washington, for vehicular homicide. His Washington license was revoked in the first degree. He was charged with: failing to stop at direction of a police officer, reckless driving, reckless endangerment, and driving while license revoked.

Wandering thief in UAA parking lots
4:36 p.m. — A person called in a suspicious male who was wandering aimlessly in the south parking lot, scoping out cars. When he entered the sports center, three officers responded. The suspect had previous theft issues at UAA and was trespassed from entering UAA property.

July 29, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, June 15

Drunk students caught
3:51 a.m. — While on patrol in the housing area, an officer observed a vehicle that was broken down and in the middle of the lot near Commons and the Mac-6. Two of the passengers in the car were drinking alcohol, and were under 21. They were issued summons and released. The car was pushed into a parking space, and the driver was to retrieve it later.

Tuesday, June 17

Drunk driver can’t work headlights
1:59 a.m. — Patrolling on Elmore Road, an officer noticed a car operating only with its parking lights on. The driver was under the influence, and she was arrested and transported to UPD. After processing, she was then taken to the magistrate and then to Anchorage jail. The vehicle was secured and picked up later by a sober driver.

Friday, June 20

Under 21-year-old girls in males’ Mac apartment
While out on another call for a fire alarm in Mac 4, an officer observed a male that was giving assistance to another who apparently could not walk. It was determined that they were intoxicated, and heading for a Mac 6 apartment. Two females, not of legal drinking age, were found in the apartment also drinking alcohol. One of the females, and the two men were charged with MCA. The “very intoxicated male” was also issued a summons, as he furnished alcohol to the girls.

Thursday, June 26

Student’s wheels stolen
2:55 p.m. — A student reported that his bike was stolen from the bike rack near the Social Sciences Building. Estimated loss is $500.00; investigation is on-going.

Saturday, June 28

Car nearly hits cop
1:01 a.m. — While driving on Tudor Road, a UPD officer’s car was almost struck by another driver, who was cited for negligent driving.

June 24, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Monday, May 19

Dust cloud triggers alarm
1:06 p.m. – A smoke alarm activated at the Auto/Diesel Building. At the same time, a construction contractor called to say that the alarm was probably due to a large amount of dust they had created. The Anchorage Fire Department was notified, and the alarm was canceled.

Skateboarders overtake library
8:10 p.m. – An individual called APD to report that 20 people were skateboarding outside the library. An officer responded, and all of the subjects immediately left.

Tuesday, May 20

Naked woman reported
9:17 a.m. — A staff member called with a secondhand report that there was a woman naked and bathing in the second-floor women’s restroom of the Social Sciences Building. Officers responded, but the woman was no longer there.

Sneaky thief nabs computer
4:11 p.m. -?A bookstore staff member reported an individual who took a computer out of the building without paying. Four officers responded, but the subject was gone on arrival. Estimated loss is $999.

Wednesday, May 21

Sleepy biker takes trail nap
7:22 p.m. -?APD was notified of an individual down in the woods near the North Housing bike path. Officers responded and determined that everything was okay: The man was just taking a rest on his way home and had fallen asleep.

Thursday, May 22

Children terrorize moose

4:25 p.m. -?Two small boys were reported chasing a moose from the creek behind the Commons. The moose almost hit another student as it ran away. Officers responded, checked the area and determined that both the moose and children had left.

Screaming student hurt self

4:25 p.m. – A woman was heard screaming in the second floor of the Professional Studies Building. A staff member reported her, as they did not know what was wrong. Officers responded and found that the woman had chipped a tooth and was emotionally upset.

May 27, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, May 4

MAC residents try to cover damage
9:38 p.m. – A housing staff member alerted UPD that some residents of MAC 4 were throwing things off the back stairwell. An officer responded, and it was determined that the residents had destroyed university property and were trying to dispose of the remnants by throwing them into the creek.

Wednesday, May 7

Elevator phantom calls
10:42 a.m. – The ANSEP building elevator phone called UPD, but no one was on the line. An officer responded and found no one in the vicinity.

Fire alarm malfunctions

7:20 p.m. – UPD was alerted that the fire alarm was signaling inside the aviation complex. An officer, Anchorage Fire Department and maintenance all responded to investigate. No known cause activated the alarm, which was reset.

Vehicle operating with expired license

11:05 p.m. — While on patrol, an officer noted a vehicle operating without headlights. The driver was cited for the violation, as well as for having an expired driver’s license.


Thursday, May 8

Moose visits day care
6:48 a.m. – A staff member called to report a moose near the Tanaina Child Development Center. An officer responded to monitor the moose until it moved into the trees.

Sometimes, moose just want a good book

12:32 p.m. – A moose was reported loitering near the main entrance to the Consortium Library. An officer monitored it until it moved into a wooded area.

Friday, May 9

Sneaky moose at Tanaina again
9:38 a.m. — A staff member noticed a moose near Tanaina. An officer responded, but the animal was gone on arrival. It is unknown whether she wanted to drop her calf off at the day care, or if she was just eating some tasty twigs.

Vehicle takes handicapped spot without permit

7:48 p.m. — An officer issued a citation for a vehicle’s violation of parking in a handicapped zone without a proper placard.

Broken taillights lead to minors with alcohol

11:57 p.m. — At Lake Otis Parkway and West Campus Drive, two patrolling officers noticed a vehicle operating without taillights. The driver was operating the car with a provisional license, and an unopened container of alcohol was also found in the back. None of the occupants were over 21; the alcohol was seized and destroyed. The driver was issued a summons to appear for driving in violation of a provisional license.


Saturday, May 10

Assault victim flees ambulance
11:17 p.m. – While en route to the hospital, an assault victim became hostile toward medics and departed the ambulance while it was still moving. UPD responded and located the individual, who was taken into protective custody by APD for evaluation.

April 22, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, April 6 UPD orders snow removal 7:53 a.m. — UPD noticed that there was an accumulation of snow that needed to be removed for safety. The maintenance staff was contacted to conduct groundskeeping. Car slides on icy roads 11:39 a.m. — A driver’s car slid off UAA Drive and hit a tree.

April 15, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, March 30

Student pukes in lot
12:53 a.m. — While patrolling, an officer noticed an individual leaning out of a car and vomiting. The car experienced a mechanical failure as the driver and their passenger were being checked out. The car was left in the service lot in housing overnight. Though the occupants were not feeling well, they were fine.


Monday, March 31

Man snoozes in bathroom
12:44 a.m. — A man was discovered sleeping on the floor of the bathroom in the Social Sciences Building. He was transported to the Community Service Patrol for a sleep-off.

Thief steals from car

2:57 p.m. — A student reported that their vehicle was broken into and had various items stolen. The estimated loss is $900.

Concerned father calls UPD

6:49 p.m. — A worried father called UPD, requesting a welfare check for his son in student housing. The student was not in the unit when officers arrived. A note was left for him to call his father.

Tuesday, April 1

Elevator traps employee
1:13 p.m. – An American Building Maintenance employee called UPD to notify them of another employee who was stuck in the elevator in the Aviation Complex. An officer and Otis Elevator responded and freed the employee.

Thursday, April 3

Drunks found at KCC
12:13 a.m. — An officer observed two subjects, apparently intoxicated, in front of the King Career Center. One was arrested for an outstanding warrant and transported to the 4th Avenue jail, where she was remanded. The other was transported by Community Service Patrol to a sleep-off center.


Saturday, April 5

Car backs into sign
1:51p.m. – A staff member called to report that he had accidentally backed his vehicle into a parking sign in the University Lake lot. An officer responded and found no damage on the car. The sign was re-bent upright with no damage.

Angry ex-girlfriend arrested

6:53 p.m. — A student reported that his ex-girlfriend assaulted him while he was at the SSB. After she was contacted via telephone, an officer responded to the courthouse, where he met with the woman and her lawyer. She was placed under arrest and issued a trespass noticed from the UAA campus.

April 8, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, March 23

UPD finds screaming drunk
1:19 a.m. — While patrolling near Providence Drive, an officer heard a male subject screaming. Two more officers responded, and it was determined that the male was an underage minor who had been consuming alcohol. He was given a courtesy transport to his residence and released with a citation.

Drunk woman arrested

3:43 a.m. – The North Hall resident adviser reported a drunk female on the fourth floor. Officers responded, and besides issuing a summons to the subject, they also arrested her for a previous outstanding warrant. She was transported to the Anchorage jail, where she was remanded on the warrant.


Monday, March 24

Snoops sneak around cars

2:02 p.m. — A student called to report that there were three male juveniles in the West Campus parking lot, supposedly checking vehicles for open doors. They had not gained any access to the cars, and by the time officers responded, the individuals were no longer in the vicinity.


Tuesday, March 25

Skateboarders reported
3:20 p.m. — Anchorage Police Department notified UPD that an individual was skateboarding on top of the walkway above UAA Drive. Three officers responded, and two skateboarders were contacted. They were told to stay off the walkway.

Car crash brings a high bill

10:51 p.m. — APD referred a 911 call to UPD, regarding a single-vehicle collision without injuries. The estimated damage was $6,000.

Wednesday, March 26

Vending machine looted
7:45 p.m. — The University Center Bookstore called to report that a vending machine had been broken into. Two officers responded. Aurora Vending was notified and also responded. The estimated loss was $20.

Thursday, March 27

Children prank-call 911
4:03 p.m. — A 911 hang-up from the Professional Studies Building led officers to find that two children had been playing with the phone. The children were counseled on proper usage of emergency numbers.

Friday, March 28

Hot shower sets off alarm
11:56 a.m. — The monitoring system in the MAC apartments alerted a smoke alarm. The Anchorage Fire Department was notified and responded, and it was determined the alarm was triggered by steam from a shower. UAA maintenance was notified to reset the panel.

April 1, 2008 Compiled by Roger Baty II

Monday, March 17

UPD shuts down violence
7:39 p.m. – An RA called to report a housing resident who had shoved an RA and another resident. UPD simultaneously received another call from the East Hall front desk attendant reporting a suicide attempt, which was related to the first call. Officers and medics responded. The subject was transported to Providence Alaska Medical Center for treatment, then arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. The subject was then transported to the magistrate and remanded to the 4th Avenue jail.


Tuesday, March 18

Student loses bike to thief
9:45 p.m. – A student came to UPD to report that his bicycle had been stolen from a bike rack near the Sally Monserud Hall. An officer responded to investigate. Estimated loss is $400.


Wednesday, March 19

Bookstore thief arrested
2:24 p.m. – A bookstore employee called to report an individual shoplifting in the store. Officers responded and arrested the suspect.

Moose deemed safe by UPD

7:01 p.m. – The associate director of housing called UPD to report that two moose had charged three students at the cul-de-sac at the end of Sharon Gagnon Lane. An officer responded and found only one moose; the officer observed the moose until it was determined to be nonthreatening.


Thursday, March 20

Student refuses to leave
4:49 p.m. – An instructor called to request that officers escort an individual out of his office after the individual was told to leave but would not. Two officers responded and took the subject away from the main part of campus.


Friday, March 21

DUI, warrants lead to arrest
3:09 a.m. – While patrolling Providence Drive, an officer observed a vehicle with a headlight out. It was determined the driver was driving under the influence and the passenger had outstanding warrants. The driver and passenger were remanded to the 4th Avenue jail.

Saturday, March 22

RA finds drunk minor

12:29 a.m. – An RA called to report an extremely intoxicated underage female. Officers responded and issued the subject a summons to appear for underage drinking. The subject was then transported to a sleep-off center.

March 25, 2008 Northern Light

Monday, March 10

Tricky skateboarders flee
5:02 p.m. –?A person called to report that there were four people skateboarding and performing tricks near the south entrance of the library. An officer arrived to investigate, and the subjects left the area.

Tuesday, March 11

Drunk person pounds doors
3:28 a.m. — A welfare check was performed, due to a request from APD. A 911 call from North Hall advised of an intoxicated subject banging on doors in the empty vestibule. Ultimately, UPD called a cab that transported the subject off-campus, at his request.

Staff member’s bike stolen
8:11 a.m. — A staff member called to report that their bicycle was stolen from the Sports Complex bike rack the day before. Estimated loss is $1,500.

Wednesday, March 12

Lock-pickers hit Commons
5:12 p.m. — A housing resident called to report two suspicious-looking men in the Commons attempting to pick a lock. An officer responded and determined a crime had not occurred. Housing handled the issue from there.

Unruly patron stirs library
5:32 p.m. — A library staff member requested an officer to escort a patron, who was being obnoxious after being told to leave, out of the library and off-campus. Two officers responded, telling the subject to leave and that he could come back another day. The subject complied.

Thursday, March 13

Kids throw snowballs
7:33 p.m. — Three juveniles were reported throwing snow at passing cars on Providence Drive. Officers responded, and the subjects claimed they were playing around, but not throwing snow at vehicles. They left the area of their own accord.

Friday, March 14

Drunk driver runs stop sign
10:32 p.m. — While patrolling near Providence Drive, an officer observed a vehicle that failed to stop for a stop sign. It was determined that the subject was driving under the influence, and was remanded at the Fourth Avenue Jail. The passenger was issued a summons, and left the area in a cab. Per the driver’s request, the car was left in the APU parking lot.

March 4, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, Feb. 17

Building gets chilly
12:47 p.m. — A faculty member notified UPD that the temperature in the engineering building was exceedingly cold. The maintenance staff was informed, and they responded to correct the problem.

Wandering woman in LRC
6:12 p.m. — A woman was reported to be wandering in the Learning Resource Center after hours. Officers responded, and it was determined that she was waiting to pick up her siblings.

Monday, Feb. 18

Loitering moose dissapear
10:58 a.m. — A student reported three moose loitering near the Willow parking lot. An officer responded, but the moose were no longer in the area.

Moose out for a stroll
12:41 p.m. — A student called to inform UPD that were a cow and two calves wandering on the trail between the Commons and Templewood. An officer responded, but the moose were gone on arrival.

Officer transports student
6:26 p.m. — While patrolling in the library parking lot, an officer was contacted by a student whose car would not start. After an unsuccessful jump-start, the officer drove the student to an off-campus location.

Tuesday, Feb. 19

Student’s car struck in lot
1:05 p.m. — A student reported their vehicle was struck by another at the North Lot entrance. Two officers responded to investigate, and the driver who hit the student was issued a citation for failure to exercise due care to avoid a collision. The estimated damage is $1,000.

Wednesday, Feb. 20

Student taken to hospital
3:16 a.m. — The MAC resident adviser called UPD to report a sick person. Officers responded for a welfare check, and medics were requested to evaluate the patient who was transported to Providence Alaska Medical Center.

Traffic stop reveals DUI
10:52 p.m. — After signaling a vehicle that was operating with a defective headlight to pull over, an officer administered tests to determine the individual’s sobriety. The driver had stopped in the middle of the roadway intersection. They were arrested for driving under the influence, and remanded to the 4th avenue jail.

Thursday, Feb. 21

Student arrested in class
8:45 a.m. — An APD officer requested UPD’s assistance with contacting a student. A warrant was out for the student’s arrest, and he was arrested in his class at Rasmuson Hall.

Friday, Feb. 22

Male hiding, needed care
7:47 p.m. — An employee in the Diplomacy building reported a suspicious male, who was possibly intoxicated, and who was hiding outside the building. An officer responded, and it was determined the man was in a medial crisis. Medics responded, and the man was transported to Alaska Native Medical Center.

February 26, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, Feb. 10

Vehicle lacks tags, insurance
11:12 p.m. — While on patrol at the Aviation Center, an officer came across a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. The driver had no proof of insurance, and had expired registration tags. The driver was issued citations for the two offenses.

Tuesday, Feb. 12

Student AWOL from classes
2:16 p.m. — A welfare check was conducted on a student that had been missing from class for several days. The student was reached and had been ill, but did not need any additional assistance.

Resident attacks another

10:26 p.m. — An East Hall resident advisor reported that one resident had been assaulted by another. Officers responded, and the investigation is ongoing.


Wednesday, Feb. 13

Truck does donuts in lot
4:04 p.m. —— A staff member called UPD to report a pickup truck spinning in circles in the East Parking lot. An officer responded, but the truck was no longer in the area upon arrival.

Welder’s wallet wandering

8:07 p.m —- A student reported a stolen wallet while at the welding lab in Gordon Hall. An officer responded, and an investigation is ongoing.

Thursday, Feb. 14

Chest pains require help
2:18 p.m. — A woman in Sally Monserud Hall was suffering from chest pains. Anchorage Fire Department was notified, and the woman was transported to Providence Alaska Medical Center.

Hydrant blocker dodges tow

11:15 p.m. — While on patrol at Sharon Gagnon Lane, an officer observed a vehicle parked in front of a fire hydrant at North Hall. An attempt was made to contact the owner, and the North Hall attendant said that the vehicle had been there for several hours. American Towing responded to impound the vehicle, but the owner arrived when the tow truck did. The car was not impounded, but the owner was issued a fire-lane citation.

Friday, Feb. 15

Student’s credit card used
1:24 p.m. —- A housing student called to report that someone used her credit card to make purchases at the Bare Necessities store. An officer responded and the investigation is continuing.

February 19, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Monday, Feb. 4

Student followed by unknown stalker
2:33 p.m. — A student reported that they had been followed by an unknown individual on several recent occasions. They gave a description of the suspect, and the student will notify officers if the suspect is observed again on campus.

Smoldering cigarette can signals concern

2:41 p.m. – A student notified UPD that there was a cigarette-butt can smoldering at the north entrance of Eugene Short Hall. Two officers responded and extinguished the material.

Tuesday, Feb. 5

Faculty member has wallet stolen

9:39 a.m. — A faculty member called to report that a wallet was stolen from a University Center office the day before. An officer responded and is investigating. Estimated loss is $125.

Computer monitor stolen

11:13 a.m. — A staff member reported that a UAA computer monitor was stolen from the Fine Arts Building. Two officers responded and are investigating. Estimated loss is $150.

Wednesday, Feb. 6

Suicidal student receives help
12:02 p.m. — A concerned staff member advised UPD that they were with a student who was expressing thoughts of self-injury. An officer responded and transported the student to Providence Alaska Medical Center.

Suspicious box brings in explosives expert

12:25 p.m. — A library archive staff member called to advise that they had a box containing an artillery howitzer round. An officer, as well as an explosives expert from APD, responded and determined that the round was not live, but was rather a commemorative item.

Saturday, Feb. 9

Pot smokers found in North Hall
4:37 p.m. — A North Hall resident adviser reported the smell of marijuana coming from a room. Officers responded and arrested a subject.

Toilet overflows with problems

11:04 p.m. — A housing staff member reported an overflowing toilet in West Hall that they were unable to clear. UPD contacted maintenance, who responded to correct the problem.

February 12, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, Jan. 27

Drug paraphernalia confiscated
12:36 a.m. — APD responded to a 911 disconnect from a housing unit in MAC 5. Officers responded and discovered that the caller had drug paraphernalia in their possession, which was promptly confiscated. Housing will handle the situation.

Dirty deeds done

3:15 p.m. — A staff member reported an individual who was viewing pornography and performing a lewd act. An officer responded, and the individual departed without any further incident.


Monday, Jan. 28

Hit-and-run damages truck
3:00 p.m. — An individual contacted APD to report that their vehicle had been struck by a pickup truck while in the west parking lot. The truck driver did not stop to exchange required information and departed the area. An officer responded and is investigating.

Theft leaves student cold

8:47 p.m. — A student whose coat was stolen called UPD for an escort to a campus parking lot. A responding officer determined her coat was stolen from a room in the Allied Health Sciences Building.

Tuesday, Jan. 29

Student returns lost item
6:34 p.m. — A student found a lost item near the Professional Studies Building and brought it to UPD. The owner was notified.

Wednesday, Jan. 30

Parking garage is hot snowboarding spot

1:17 p.m. — A student came to UPD and reported that he was injured after he fell off the parking garage building. It was determined that the student was snowboarding off the building. The student complained of head injuries but did not want medical assistance. It is not known if the injuries were sustained before or after falling off of the garage.

Friday, Feb. 1

Van nearly goes airborne

11:06 p.m. — A UAA snowplow driver called via radio to report a van driving recklessly; it almost struck the plow and nearly went airborne. The driver was located and issued citations for negligent driving and no proof of insurance.

Saturday, Feb. 2

Dirty deeds done . again
2:12 p.m. — A library staff member called to report that an individual who was asked to leave a few days earlier for viewing pornography was back in the library. An officer responded and requested the man to leave. He complied.

February 5, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, Jan. 20

Non-student at Commons had a few too many drinks
7:45 p.m. — The Commons desk attendant called UPD to report an intoxicated male lying down and moaning at the rear of the building. Officers responded to perform a welfare check; they determined that the subject was all right and not a UAA student. He was issued a written trespass notice and transported to the sleep-off facility.


Monday, Jan. 21

It’s getting hot in here
4:58 a.m. — The Apogee electronics system reported a boiler failure alarm at the ANSEP building. UPD notified the maintenance staff, which responded to correct the problem.

Officer helps vision-impaired student

1:36 p.m. — A vision-impaired student requested access to the Beatrice McDonald Hall so that they could become familiarized with the building. An officer responded and provided the service.


Wednesday, Jan. 23

Broken taillight leads to finding another violation
12:50 a.m. — While patrolling, an officer observed a vehicle operating with a defective taillight. The driver was found to be driving only with an instructional permit and was issued a violation.


Thursday, Jan. 24

Parking spot problem causes drama
8:46 a.m. — A female student reported that a male driver became angry when she took the parking place he wanted in the West lot. He ran his vehicle into a snow bank that flattened both tires. Officers responded and determined that he had learned his lesson.


Friday, Jan. 25

Girl fight report leads to party with underage drinkers

12:42 a.m. — Housing staff called to report two females in a physical altercation in front of MAC 5. Four officers responded, and it was determined that one female was trying to assist the other, who was uncooperative and drunk, back to her apartment. The subject was escorted back to her party location, where one subject was in violation of supplying alcohol to a minor and another for underage drinking. The suspects were issued summons to appear for each charge.

Unlucky snoozer gets caught trespassing

11:11 p.m. — A student reported a male subject sleeping in the spine. Officers responded and determined that the individual had previously trespassed. He was arrested for criminal trespass and transported to UPD for processing.

January 29, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, Jan. 13

Busted lock eats student’s keys
12:12 p.m. —- A student requested UPD assistance with entering the Science Building, as their keys were stuck in the door lock. An officer responded to aide the student, and a message was left with building maintenance.

Busted building creates bothersome issues

2:52 p.m. — A North Hall housing coordinator called to report three maintenance issues: a room lacking heat, a shower drain problem in another, and an inoperative access card reader. A maintenance technician was notified and responded to correct the problems.

Monday, Jan. 14

Mechanical sounds call UPD
10:51 a.m. — Mechanical sounds were heard from the other end of the line of the elevator phone in the Beatrice McDonald Hall, but there was no one in the area when an officer responded.

Moose appreciates the arts

11:45 a.m. — A staff member reported a moose on the sidewalk near the Fine Arts Building. Two officers responded to monitor the moose until it wandered out of the area and into the woods.

Tuesday, Jan. 15

Students’ fight leads to summons

12:05 a.m. — A MAC resident adviser alerted UPD about a fight occurring in the dorm. Officers responded to investigate and determined that two individuals were in a mutual physical altercation, with one sustaining minor injuries. Three subjects in the location were determined to be drinking underage and were issued summons to appear for said violation.

Drunk minor gets caught

3:40 a.m. — A West Hall resident adviser requested an officer to stand by while the RA conducted a health and wellness check on a student. It was determined the subject was intoxicated and under the age of 21. The student was issued a summons to appear for underage drinking.

Bored prankster has too much free time

9:45 p.m. — The AHS elevator emergency phone called UPD. A member of the student safety patrol responded and found no one in the area. The phone was discovered to be hanging off the hook.

Wednesday, Jan. 16

DUI discovered in Birch lot

1:31 a.m. — While patrolling the housing area, an officer observed a suspicious subject carrying a case of beer in the Birch parking lot, standing by his running vehicle. An investigation revealed that the subject was in violation of a DUI, so the subject was transported to the 4th Avenue Jail for processing.

Thursday, Jan. 17

Student’s wheels swiped

8:48 a.m. — A student’s bicycle was stolen from the bike rack near Rasmuson Hall. An officer responded to investigate. Estimated loss is between $1,500 and $2,000.

January 22, 2008 Compiled by Teresa Combs

Sunday, Jan. 6

Phantom calls police

3:23 p.m. – An elevator phone in the Social Sciences building rang campus police, but no one was on the line. An officer responded and confirmed there was no one in the vicinity. The phone called UPD several more times, and the IT services department was notified.

Monday, Jan. 7

Pot smokers cover up
11:15 p.m. – A North Hall resident adviser reported the scent of marijuana on the second floor of the building. A request for an officer was fulfilled while a health and wellness check was performed, but the source of the smell was not found.

Tuesday, Jan. 8

Phantom strikes again
4:14 a.m. – Another emergency elevator phone called UPD, and an officer discovered it was another technical issue. IT services was informed of the malfunction and advised to correct it.

Officers play moose herders

7:31 a.m. – A staff member reported a calf moose near the south entrance of the Eugene Short Hall. Three officers responded and safely herded the moose out of the area.

Phantom just won’t give up
4:14 p.m. – UPD received yet another call from an emergency phone, this time from the northwest stairwell of the parking garage’s third floor. No one was on the line. An officer checked the area and determined that the phone was working properly.

Thursday, Jan. 10

Stuck car gets rescued
2:45 a.m. – While on patrol, an officer noticed a vehicle stuck in the snowdrift. Fleet Service was contacted, and they provided assistance in removing the vehicle.

Friday, Jan. 11

Moose caught hanging out
7:07 a.m. – A staff member called to report two moose in front of the Fine Arts Building, stating that several guests were expected to arrive for a function. The officer who responded determined the moose were not aggressive and were resting away from the door.

Lewd acts on display

12:21 p.m. – An intoxicated woman was reported to be soliciting in front of the bookstore. However, by the time officers arrived, she was gone.

Students scared by stalker

5:28 p.m. – A UAA student couple reported that a suspicious male had followed them throughout the day in the library. An officer responded, checked the area and determined the individual was gone.

December 4, 2007 Compiled by Emma Gould

Sunday, Nov. 11

Downed tree blocks cars

12:35 a.m. – The Commons attendant reported that a tree had fallen down behind the building and was blocking in conferencing vehicles. A maintenance technician was notified and responded to correct the problem.

Snowballers evade police

7:57 p.m. – A student reported two males in front of North Hall throwing snowballs at passing vehicles. Two officers responded, but the snowball throwers had disappeared.

Monday, Nov. 12

Juveniles caught loitering

2:47 a.m. – A staff member reported two juveniles on West Campus Drive. Police responded to investigate and ultimately transported the two subjects to their residence and released them to their parents.

Drunk threatens in library

7:28 p.m. – A library staff member reported an intoxicated subject in the library. The staff member informed police that the subject had made threatening remarks to a patron. Police responded, but when they arrived on the scene the subject was gone.

Tuesday, Nov. 13

Worker trips library alarm

7:42 a.m. – Several trouble indicators and an active smoke alarm were noted at the library. The Anchorage Fire Department and UAA maintenance were notified. Moments later, a contractor advised police that they had accidentally tripped the alarm. Assistance from the Fire Department was cancelled, and maintenance reset the alarm panel.

Lurkers stalk student

7:53 a.m. – A student reported to police that they were being followed by two individuals while walking along Piper Street near the new Providence Hospital parking garage. Three officers responded and contacted the caller. Officers checked the area, but the two individuals were no longer in the vicinity.

Wednesday, Nov. 14

Alcohol smell brings police

8:13 p.m. – A West Hall resident adviser reported two guests with the odor of alcohol in a unit. Two officers responded, but the subjects were gone upon their arrival.

Thursday, Nov. 15

Man bothers test facilitator

12:59 a.m. – A staff member reported that a man, who had become angry at a test facilitator at Rasmuson Hall previously, had called the department to harass the facilitator again. Police took information, as the subject was scheduled to return to Rasmuson Hall later that day.

Student nap attracts police

3:18 p.m. – Police received a call regarding a man sleeping on the couch in a university building. It was reported that the man had been sleeping since 7 a.m. Two officers responded to investigate. The subject turned out to be a male student who had lost track of time and was fine.

Friday, Nov. 16

Staffer’s wallet stolen

1:38 p.m. – A staff member reported her wallet stolen from the Diplomacy Building. Police are acting on leads. An investigation is ongoing.

Leak in student housing

6:19 p.m. – A resident housing counselor reported a leak in the ceiling of one of the MAC housing units. A housing maintenance director was notified and requested a plumber. The on-call technician responded and the problem was fixed.

Saturday, Nov. 17

Underage drinking suspected

7:39 a.m. – A West Hall resident adviser requested a standby while she contacted an underage student who was reported to be drinking. An officer responded but found no evidence of a minor consuming alcohol. Residence Life will follow up on the complaint.

November 27, 2007 Compiled by Emma Gould

Sunday, Nov. 4

Popcorn causes alarm

5:09 p.m. – Police responded to a fire alarm at Sally Monserud Hall. The cause of the alarm was determined to be burned popcorn. Assistance from the Anchorage Fire Department was cancelled prior to arrival.

Prank calls from housing

7:47 p.m. – Anchorage Police Department reported multiple 911 hang-ups originating from the Commons to university police. Two officers responded and determined that there was no emergency in the area and that children were playing on the phone.

Monday, Nov. 5

Emergency call bumped

5:09 p.m. – University police received a call from the emergency phone of a campus building. The caller told police that he had accidentally bumped into the phone. Police responded and searched the area, but the caller was gone on arrival and nothing was out of the ordinary.

Tuesday, Nov. 6

Stolen purse at info desk

9:57 a.m. – A student reported the theft of her purse while at the Sports Complex. Police responded and investigated. The student called back later the same day and reported that she had picked up the purse from the Student Union Information desk. No items were missing.

Wednesday, Nov. 7

Peeping Tom evades police

4:22 p.m. – A staff member reported a suspicious man in the University Center looking into the lab room windows. Police responded and checked the surrounding area, but the man was gone on arrival.

Driver warned for bad habit

5:10 p.m. – Police received a report of a vehicle driving erratically. The driver appeared to be intoxicated when they exited the vehicle. Officers responded and determined that driver was not intoxicated. The driver was issued a warning for his distasteful driving habits.

Thursday, Nov. 8

Water surges in bookstore

3:46 p.m. – A supervisory trouble alarm was reported from the bookstore. The police notified UAA maintenance, who responded to check out the problem. Maintenance determined that the alarm was caused by a water pressure surge. The problem was corrected.

Pot smells in housing

6:01 p.m. – A resident adviser reported the smell of marijuana in a Templewood housing unit. Police responded, as well as a resident official. The offending smell was determined to be a Housing issue. Housing handled the problem.

Friday, Nov. 9

Sports complex evacuated

10:28 p.m. – Police responded to an alarm in the ice rink of the Wells Fargo Sports Complex. The responding officers observed that the freon alarm was going off. The officers evacuated the building and stood by to assist the Anchorage Fire Department. The cause of the alarm was determined to be low levels of oxygen and carbon monoxide combined.

Saturday, Nov. 10

Toilet, fire alarms sounded

10:42 a.m. – Housing reported that a toilet in MAC Housing was clogged. UAA Maintenance was notified and responded to clear the problem. A housing official also reported that the East Hall fire panel was sounding. Maintenance silenced the panel but advised that the condition will continue until full repair is done.

Police catch drunk juvenile

1:56 p.m. – While on patrol, police observed a male lying down on the sidewalk. An officer contacted the individual and determined that he was intoxicated and a juvenile. Police transported the juvenile to the station for processing and then transported him off campus and left in the care of his family.