Aug. 16 – Watch out for the crossfire!
3:29 p.m. University Police Department received a report of skateboarders under the first spine of the Business Education Building. The deputy chief and an officer responded and the skateboarders were asked to leave.
5:35 p.m. The Anchorage Police Department called UPD and requested an officer investigate the University Lake area due to a report of a single rifle shot. An officer responded and found no results.
Aug. 17 – Like a little lost puppy
10:10 a.m. UPD was notified of a four-year-old boy found wandering near the Beatrice McDonald Building and was taken to BMB, Room 108. Two officers responded and contacted the child. The mother was located and united with the child.
Aug. 18 – Just remember, it's all in your head…
7:19 p.m. A mental person called UPD and reported that he was having problems with the people and was upset. Three officers responded to investigate and one officer transported him to a medical center because he required medication.
**Aug. 19 – Not a vase?
4:27 a.m. While on patrol in MAC housing, an officer observed drug paraphernalia in open view. UPD contacted the resident advisor on duty who responded. A Sergeant and two officers arrested a young adult female for Misconduct Involving Controlled Substance in the 6th degree.
**Aug. 20 – Never cry wolf!
5:57 p.m. A staff member called UPD to report that a juvenile had pulled the audible fire alarm at Building K. An officer responded and talked with the five-year-old child and his father about the dangers of false alarms.
*Aug. 21 – I'm okay, I've only had five hurricanes?
3:13 a.m. After a routine traffic stop, an UPD Sgt. observed an alcohol odor and subsequently arrested the driver for driving while intoxicated. The perpetrator was processed at the APD 5th Ave. sub station, transported to the magistrate and remanded to the 6th Ave. Correction Facility.
Aug. 22 – Heads up for construction!
11:49 a.m. A student called UPD to report a man and woman creating a disturbance in the Alder lot. UPD chief and two officers responded to investigate, but the man and woman were gone.
12:06 p.m. A staff member called UPD and reported receiving an obscene and harassing phone call. An officer responded and is investigating.
3:03 p.m. A staff member contacted UPD to report that a crane had fallen over in the east campus central lot and was leaking dirty diesel fuel. The deputy chief and an officer responded to investigate and contacted the proper authority.
* = Number of moose sightings
Five moose, one of which was a bull, were sighted this week at UAA. Students, staff and faculty new to UAA and to Alaska, don't be alarmed they're all over the place!