Sunday, Oct. 3
Suicidal man needs medicine
10:27 p.m. – A library staff member reported a man left the library after expressing he was having suicidal thoughts and wanted to take someone with him. Four officers found the subject on Alumni Loop, and the man said he was out of medication and needed to go to the hospital. An officer transported him to the Alaska Native Medical Center for treatment.
Sports Center panhandling
4:49 p.m. – While on patrol, an officer was contacted by a staff member reporting two individuals behaving suspiciously in the Sports Center. The officer found the subjects and advised them of the UAA policy concerning panhandling.
Monday, Oct. 4
Squirrel with fine taste
3:50 p.m. – A student called to advise there was a squirrel loose in the Fine Arts Building lobby. Maintenance was notified and they removed the squirrel.
Tuesday, Oct. 5
Excessive tint stops cop
1:35 p.m. – While on Alumni Loop, an officer observed a vehicle operating with excessively tinted windows. The officer stopped the vehicle and issued the driver a citation for failure to carry proof of insurance. The driver was given a verbal warning for the window tint.
Wednesday, Oct. 6
Thief gets away with X-Box
4:22 p.m. – A staff member called to report the theft of an X-Box video game console from a vehicle parked in the North Lot, an estimated loss of $250. Officers are investigating. The estimated damage is $450. A student reported the location of the suspect’s vehicle, but the responding officers did not find it.
Friday, Oct. 8
Watch your step
12:11 p.m. – UPD received calls that a female student had fallen down the stairs to the lobby of the Business Education Building. The Anchorage Fire Department and UPD officers responded, but the student was not seriously injured. She refused medical assistance and went to the Student Health Center.
Saturday, Oct. 9
6:08 p.m. – A professor reported one of her students had recorded a lecture and was attempting to sell copies of the recording by advertising on Blackboard. UPD is investigating.
9:21 p.m. – A housing resident coordinator reported the floor of the men’s room in the Commons was covered in what looked like blood. Two officers responded and determined it was consistent with Halloween make-up blood and requested the Common’s custodial staff clean up the mess.