Monday, Jan. 17
6:18 p.m. – A faculty member reported a student had been locked out of an office in the Engineering Building. An officer responded and determined the student was not authorized to use the room. The officer allowed him to remove some personal belongings then denied him further access to the room.
Thursday, Jan. 20
Dude, where’s my car?
3:43 p.m. – A staff member reported her car stolen from a west campus parking lot. An officer responded and determined the lien holder repossessed the vehicle.
Death of a salesman
7:27 p.m. – A staff member reported an individual that had been escorted from North Hall for solicitation had returned to the Main Apartment Complex. Two officers responded and trespassed the individual off UAA property.
I’m king of the world…
9:07 p.m. – The Main Apartment Complex resident coordinator reported a male was riding on the hood of a vehicle traveling on Sharon Gagnon Lane. An officer responded but the subjects could not be located.
Proof of immigration
9:53 p.m. – While on patrol on Seawolf Drive, an officer observed a vehicle with defective headlights. The officer stopped the vehicle and gave the driver a warning for the violation. He observed the driver and the passenger were not in possession of residency-status paperwork. Two officers then placed the subjects under arrest and they were transported to UPD for investigation. A friend brought the subjects’ paperwork to UPD and they were confirmed as legal aliens and released.
Friday, Jan. 21
12:17 a.m. – A housing resident coordinator reported a large group of people in the quad yelling at a possible fight near the location. Four officers responded to investigate but most of the subject had left the area by the time they got there. The subjects that were located were verbally warned to stay out of the quad and observe quiet hours.
Keep it legal
12:26 a.m. – The East Hall resident advisor reported he had broken up a party with three subjects in violation of minor consuming. Two officers responded to investigate, found the violators were gone and the legal-age residents were advised regarding further minor party activity.