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Sunday, Oct. 24

Don’t mess with her

8:40 p.m. – UPD was contacted by a housing guest who said his girlfriend was drunk and throwing his things out her apartment window. An officer responded and arrested her and issued her a summons for minor consuming alcohol.

Monday, Oct. 25

Municipal disaster training

7:56 a.m. – A staff member called to report traffic congestion in the area of North Lot, Career Center Drive and Mallard Lane. The caller also reported juveniles were directing traffic. Two officers responded and determined the activities were related to a municipal disaster exercise at the King Career Center. Traffic flow was returned to normal.

Snarling dog scares student

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8:40 a.m. – A staff member called with second-hand information that a dog was halfway out of a car window and was snapping and snarling at pedestrians walking by. An officer attempted to locate the owner of the vehicle in the sports center, but when he returned to South Lot the vehicle was not longer there.

Friday, Oct. 29

Late-night sunshine on my window

10:27 p.m. – A student reported there was a vehicle parked in the Templewood lot with its lights shining through her living room window for at least five minutes. An officer responded to see if the driver was in need of assistance, but the vehicle was gone.

Saturday, Oct. 30

Busted boozers

12:19 a.m. – A housing resident advisor requested officers respond to a MAC room in reference to an underage drinking party. Three officers investigated and observed several minors consuming alcohol. They were issued summon to appear, five subjects were issued trespass notices and two military personnel were transported to Fort Richardson.

An early Halloween

7:50 a.m. – A housing student reported a juvenile female was in her apartment and was intoxicated. Three officers responded and three juveniles were issued citations for underage drinking, were trespassed and released to their parents.

Stuck in the middle with you

11:39 a.m. – A student called from the emergency phone in the Science Building elevator because the elevator was stuck between floors and she was locked inside. An officer responded and called Otis Elevator. The student was freed and the elevator was taped off as out of service.

Pool gone too far

6:38 p.m. – The Student Union manager reported there was a fight between two males in the Student Union game room. Two officers responded and contacted the suspects and witnesses to take statements. The suspects claimed the other half started it and didn’t want to cooperate or press charges. There were no visible physical injuries. The report has been forwarded to the Dean of Students for university action.