Police Scanner

Monday, Sept. 17

People dismantle bench and vanish

5:39 p.m. – An individual reported that several people seemed to be taking apart a bench near the King Career Center north of campus. One officer responded and determined “the bench had been dismantled.” The subjects were not located, and King Career Center security was notified. The bench was determined to be on Parks and Recreation property. Parks and Recreation was then notified.

Tuesday, Sept. 18

Student mistakes janitor for trouble

12:39 a.m. – A student reported a suspicious male had gained entry to a campus building. Three officers responded and determined that the man was an “employee with the cleaning staff.”

Drunken man passes out near library toilet

3:27 p.m. – A staff member reported that an intoxicated man was sleeping in the library’s third-floor men’s restroom. Two officers responded and escorted the man from campus.

Wednesday, Sept. 19

Providence patient wanders roadways

3:31 a.m. – An officer on patrol observed a subject wandering down Providence Drive on foot. After making contact, the officer determined that the subject had just been released from Providence Alaska Medical Center. The subject was provided a courtesy transport.

Honesty doesn’t guarantee not getting ticket

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12:28 p.m. – A student reported that they had backed their vehicle into another parked vehicle on the East Campus Central parking lot. A responding officer issued the student a citation for failure to exercise due care and a citation for failing to carry proof of insurance.

Seizures occur at Disability Support Services

1:13 p.m. – A staff ember reported an individual experiencing seizures at the Disability Support Services office in Rasmuson Hall. Medics were notified, and they responded. The individual was transported to Providence Hospital.

There’s no hot water, call the police

7:29 p.m. – A staff member at the Creekside Eatery reported that the hot water heater wasn’t working properly. Maintenance was contacted, and they responded to the problem.

Police ask woman to take drunk boyfriend home

9:03 p.m. – An officer observed an intoxicated subject outside Eugene Short Hall. The officer contacted the drunk man’s girlfriend, and she took him home.

Thursday, Sept. 20

Bike rider’s riding privileges revoked

2:51 a.m. – An officer on patrol observed a subject on a bicycle riding through West Campus and failing to stop for contact. The subject was contacted outside of Rasmuson Hall and advised “of his revoked driving status.” The subject then left the area.

Drunken person removed from bus stop

2:08 p.m. – An intoxicated subject was reported to be hanging around the bus stop on Providence Drive near the Consortium Library. An officer responded and contacted the subject, who agreed to leave the area.

Friday, Sept. 21

Women gets ride, saved from weather

12:39 a.m. – An officer on patrol observed a female subject walking along Providence Drive and conducted a welfare check due to weather conditions. The woman was given a courtesy transport off campus.

University vehicle dumped in lake

9:17 a.m. – Police were notified that a UAA vehicle was “located in University Lake.” Two officers responded and found the housing vehicle had been stolen from housing and driven into the lake. A tow truck company responded and removed the vehicle. Investigation is ongoing.

Saturday, Sept. 22

Providence patron makes UPD ‘aware’

Midnight – A patron of Providence Hospital called University Police to report that their vehicle had a broken window, “and due to the proximity to campus, wanted to make us aware.” An officer responded to the area and was unable to locate any other damaged vehicles. Damage was estimated at $200.