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Jan. 18

1:07 a.m. A female dorm dweller called the University Police Department for being harassed by two male residents. The male suspects reportedly activated the lady's car alarm repeatedly. An officer spoke with a resident advisor who followed up and resolved the disturbance.

11:09 a.m. An assistant officer requested that a subpoena be served on a UAA adjunct professor. An officer responded and served the subpoena.

4:46 p.m. While cruising on Tudor Center Drive, an officer observed a vehicle traveling the wrong way on a one-way street. The officer stopped the vehicle and gave the driver a verbal warning for the infraction.

 

Jan. 19

6:21 a.m. An Anchorage Police Department dispatcher called and requested medical aid for a student in East Hall housing who had overdosed. An officer immediately responded and, shortly afterward, the Anchorage Fire Department transported the victim to the Alaska Native Medical Center. During following up, the officer issued the victim a citation for Minor Consuming Alcohol.

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4:15 p.m. UPD received a call from a female who said her car had been hit in the South Lot by another vehicle. An officer responded to investigate and discovered that two other vehicles had been hit. The officer issued a citation to the driver for basic speed and estimated the damage to approximately $6,600.

 

Jan. 20

12:45 a.m. A resident advisor called UPD advising a possible suicide attempt a little while earlier. An officer and a coordinator responded and contacted AFD medics who arrived shortly there after. A suicide attempt did not occur, but other issues that surfaced are being investigated.

10:40 a.m. UPD was called regarding the temperature in the library computer lab. It was reportedly over 80 degrees.

8:10 p.m. UPD was contacted and requested to conduct a welfare check on a student that was overdue to an event. UPD made contact with the student who was fine, then made contact with the caller.

 

Jan. 21

12:23 a.m. A housing coordinator called UPD, stating he was at a party in North Hall and suspected underage drinking. Two officers responded and determined none of the individuals present had been drinking alcohol.

6:26 a.m. While on patrol in the Cedar Lot, an officer observed a parked vehicle displaying an incorrect license plate. The officer issued the suspect a warning citation for the violation.

6:40 p.m. APD contacted UPD and reported a 911 hang up call from a pay phone in the Sports Center. An officer responded, but the caller was gone on arrival and no one was in the area.

 

Jan. 22

1:04 a.m. The Auto Diesel Technology building alarm notified UPD of a burglary alarm from the Campus Center, room 223. The two officers that responded determined a custodian had accidentally activated the alarm. The system was reset and UPD called to verify that the reset was successful.

2:50 a.m. A housing commons custodian contacted UPD requesting maintenance for sanding behind the Commons because it was extremely slippery. A maintenance worker responded to correct the problem.

9:58 a.m. A UPD sergeant observed a vehicle in the ditch at Seawolf and Providence Drives. The Sergeant spoke with the driver who said he had called a tow truck. No further assistance was needed.

1:32 p.m. UPD was contacted to deliver an emergency message to a UAA student but the student was nowhere to be found.

2:06 p.m. An officer responded to a call regarding a noise disturbance at the Administration Building. UPD sergeant and D.C. Milne found that an individual had been sitting outside the building, banging on a drum, for approximately 45 minutes. The individual was asked to move and complied.

5:05 p.m. A lady called UPD and reported a theft of her personal property from the CAS coffee shop. An officer took the theft report and conducted a follow up investigation at the CAS building in an attempt to locate the missing property. The missing keys were later found in her gas tank. Case closed.

6:08 p.m. A student called observed a moose on the housing trail between housing and Providence Drive. UPD was contacted and the officer who responded was able to direct the moose into the wooded area on the eastside of the path.

11:11 p.m. A gentleman called UPD in regard to two flat tires on his vehicle parked in South K Lot. An officer responded and is continuing to investigate.

 

Jan. 23

6:56 p.m. The Main Apartment Complex (MAC student housing) resident advisor contacted UPD after observing a moose on the eastside of North Hall. When an officer arrived, the moose was gone.

 

Jan. 24

10:40 a.m. While on patrol at Lake Otis Parkway and Providence Drive, an officer observed a vehicle stalled in the intersection. The officer used the patrol car to push the vehicle clear of traffic.

12:43 p.m. The Anchorage Police Department called UPD and reported an accident with damage at the intersection of UAA Drive and Mallard Lane. An officer arrived on the scene and issued one of the drivers a citation for failure to avoid an accident. The estimated loss was $2,000.

4:47 p.m. An individual called and reported a cow and a calf moose on the north side of BEB at the end of the sidewalk. An officer maneuvered the moose into the wooded area to the north.

5:41 p.m. UPD received another moose siting of two calves and a cow near West Hall on the north side. The same officer maneuvered the moose into the wooded area to the south.