Sunday, Jan. 9
9:56 a.m. – A student reported his or her Templewood apartment had been entered and contents were strewn about while they were away over the holiday break. An officer responded and determined no items were missing. The apartment had been accessed during a party at an adjoining apartment.
Smoking the reefer
5:39 p.m. – While on patrol on Residential Drive, an officer observed a vehicle operating without headlights. The officer stopped the vehicle, smelled marijuana and arrested the subject for a DUI. The driver was brought to UPD for processing and transported to the magistrate where he was remanded to the 4th Avenue Jail.
Monday, Jan. 10
11:10 a.m. – A resident advisor notified UPD that an individual was having a seizure in the Main Apartment Complex. Medics and a UPD officer were notified and responded. Medics transported the individual to Providence Hospital for further treatment.
Tuesday, Jan. 13
9:33 a.m. – A maintenance staff member reported the theft of a plant from the first floor in the Business Education Building. An officer responded and is investigating. The estimated loss is $55.
Quick to blame
1:27 p.m. – A student reported her purse stolen from the women’s restroom in the Student Union. An officer responded and found that the purse was left at the bookstore by the caller. The purse was returned.
Friday, Jan. 14
Drunk and drunker
3:21 a.m. – While on patrol in housing, an officer observed a vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign at Sharon Gagnon Lane and Bragaw Street. The officer stopped the vehicle and issued a citation. He also determined the driver and the passenger were in violation of a minor consuming and issued summons to appear for the violations. A sober friend transported both subjects from the scene.
Just acting natural
5:35 p.m. – A student came to UPD to report the suspicious activity of a male taking a monitor and computer parts from the Professional Studies Building and putting them into his car parked in the metered lot. Three officers responded but the suspect was gone and no one in the area fit the description.
Saturday, Jan. 15
Duty calls off campus
7:59 p.m. – While on patrol, two officers heard a male and female disturbance call near the Taco Bell on Tudor over the Anchorage Police Department scanner. No APD units were available. The officers responded and determined the female had a $1,000 warrant for failure to appear. APD responded and arrested her. Both parties denied that there was a disturbance.