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Feb. 1

3:44 a.m. White on patrol in Birch Lot, an UPD officer observed a vehicle which appeared to have been broken into. A broken window resulting from criminal mischief lead to the theft of compact discs from the vehicle. The estimated damage is $250 and $40 for the theft.

3:33 p.m. A student reported her vehicle had been stolen from the South lot. An officer responded and found that the student had left the area. The call was unfounded. Later the student called UPD and reported that she found her vehicle.

11:30 p.m. A female contacted UPD after she was driving on the road behind MAC 2 and beer bottles were hurled in the direction of her vehicle from a balcony. When an officer arrived he observed what appeared to be a party at that location. No damage occurred to the ladies vehicle and the officer went to the Mac 2 room, citing four individuals for not being of legal age to drink alcohol.


Feb. 2

7:01 a.m. Housing resident informed that his vehicle had been entered and 200 compact discs and a radar detector were stolen. The estimated loss is $3,400.

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11:47 a.m. A call was received about a man running through West Hall yelling and causing a disturbance. The UPD Chief along with an officer observed that the individual was under the influence of drugs. At the subjects request they transported him to Providence Hospital.

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4:59 p.m. UPD received a call about a theft of a stereo and tools from an individual's car in Willow lot. The estimated loss is $350.

5:00 p.m. UPD received another call about a theft of stereo gear from a vehicle parked in Willow lot. The estimated loss is $150.

5:48 p.m. While on patrol in the Cottonwood lot, an officer observed a vehicle performing donuts. The officer stopped the vehicle and gave the driver a verbal warning for the infraction.


Feb. 3

11:04 p.m. An Aramark employee requested an officer at the Commons to evaluate a burn he received from the grill in the kitchen. The officer responded and requested medical attention. Medics arrived and recommended the worker seek further medical treatment.


Feb. 5

12:55 a.m. A MAC resident called UPD after hearing a female crying. Two officers and a resident advisor contacted the female, who was extremely intoxicated. The female was cited as a minor consuming alcohol and transported to Sixth Avenue Correctional Center to sleep off the alcohol. A friend of the female who was present was transported to APU.

7:53 a.m. A moose was reported to be in the North Administration lot. An officer responded and monitored the moose until it left the area.

8:32 a.m. A maintenance worker observed a moose by the north entrance of the Administration Building. When an officer arrived on the scene, the moose was bedded down and posed no threat.


Feb. 6

12:54 a.m. UAA custodian reported a female staff member who had fallen inside the CAS building and was injured. Two officers responded and the Anchorage Fire Department medics transported the individual to Providence Hospital.

9:18 a.m. A student contacted UPD after sighting a moose on the pathway from Birch lot to Providence Drive. An officer maneuvered the moose to the wooded area to the east.

10:07 a.m. A maintenance employee reported two moose in the west campus central lot. Three officers responded but the moose were gone on arrival.

2:28 p.m. A cow and calf were seen right outside North Hall. An officer observed the moose until they were no longer a problem.

5:29 p.m. A UPD monitor displayed a fire alarm in MAC 4. A Sergeant, AFD, and the MAC resident advisor responded to investigate. The alarm was caused when a candle tipped over and ignited some papers. A resident put out the fire and AFD conducted a precautionary inspection of the area.

6:45 p.m. UPD relayed a citizen report of two moose near the ESB building. UPD Sergeant monitored the moose until they went into the trees southeast of the AHS building.


Feb. 7

1:11 a.m. Anchorage Police Department dispatcher called UPD in reference of a 911 call reporting a disturbance from a female in East Hall. UPD Sergeant and two officers responded and two suspects were warned and advised they were trespassing.

1:12 p.m. UPD was informed that a professor was in a verbal disturbance with a student in front of the Arts building. UPD Sergeant and an officer contacted the student who was asked not to play his flute in the stairwell.

4:01 p.m. UPD was contacted by an individual whose vehicle had backed into another vehicle in ESB lot. The estimated damage is $6,000. After investigation an officer issued the caller a citation for unsafe backing.

5:22 p.m. It was reported that a toilet was overflowing in the second floor men's room of the BEB building. Maintenance responded to check the problem.

6:24 p.m. A moose was seen blocking the main entrance to North Hall. When an officer had arrived the moose had left the area and was not visible.