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Someone needs a nap

Monday, May 9

2:36 p.m. – An officer contacted an intoxicated male on the bike path behind West Hall. The subject was transported to a sleep-off facility, but became combative. He was arrested and taken to the Anchorage jail.

 

The Great Bike Thief

Tuesday, May 10

8:35 p.m. – A student reported the theft of his bicycle from the bicycle rack at East Hall. The value of the bicycle, last seen on April 30, was $500. An investigation is underway.

 

Recent indecency

Wednesday, May 11

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4:20 p.m. – A library staff member called to report an individual participating in lewd and lascivious behavior in the library. An officer responded and determined the incident had occurred two weeks prior. Investigation is continuing.

 

Campus camp out

Thursday, May 12

8:30 a.m. – A staff member reported finding campsites in the woods near the University Lake Building. An officer responded but the site had been vacated.

 

The Great Bike Thief strikes again

Friday, May 13

4:24 p.m. – A faculty member reported the theft of his bicycle from the rack outside the parking garage. An officer responded and is investigating. Estimated value of the lost property is $650.

 

Caught in the act

Friday, May 13

6:04 p.m. – While on patrol an officer observed a subject kick a library window. The subject picked up an item to throw at the window, but saw the officer watching him and stopped. The subject was issued a trespass notice and left the area.

 

Mystery stink

Saturday, May 14

6:58 a.m. – While on patrol in the Social Sciences Building an officer noticed an odor befouling the hall. A member of maintenance responded to check the problem.

 

Not a threat

Monday, May 16

11:54 a.m. – A staff member called to report a disoriented female with obvious mental problems at the University Center. An officer responded and contacted South Central Counseling who advised the subject was not a danger to herself or others.

 

Search, but no rescue

Tuesday, May 17

7:07 p.m. – APD called UPD to search for a possible kidnapping or domestic violence situation. They reported that a male had forced a female into his car and then fled, possibly to the university area. UPD responded with no results.