Monday, March 14
A full moon
5:47 p.m. An off-duty officer reported four juvenile males were performing bike tricks and mooning a class in the Administration Building. An officer responded and told the juveniles about the bike rules on campus and cited them for trespassing. The officer said the juveniles would be arrested if they came back to campus.
Thursday, March 17
Get a quarter
7:40 p.m. A student reported a suspicious male at the Commons became irate when she refused to let him use her cell phone. Two officers responded but the suspect was gone.
11:05 p.m. A UAA housing coordinator contacted an officer to say a dog was tied up with battery cables to a vehicle in an on-campus parking lot. The officer determined there was no crime but followed up with animal control. The animal owner had an outstanding misdemeanor and a warrant from the Seward Police Department, but the Seward cops didn’t want it served. The subject was told so.
Saturday, March 19
12:43 a.m. While on patrol at Residential Drive, an officer observed a subject walking with a can of alcohol in his pocket. The officer determined the subject was under the age of 21. The subject was arrested and was given a summons to appear.
Sunday, March 20
Don’t drive drunk
1:44 a.m. While on Lake Otis, an officer observed a vehicle operating without headlights. The officer stopped the vehicle and determined the driver was driving under the influence. The officer arrested the driver and transported him to UPD to be processed. The defendant was then transported to the magistrate and then to jail.
8:22 a.m. A student reported a disturbance between two females near West Hall. An officer determined the individuals were under 21 and had been drinking alcohol. Both were cited for the offense. One of the women was not a housing resident and was transported from the area by a relative.
Dewey dictate system
6:04 p.m. While at the library, an officer was told by library staff that a male refused to leave the computer area after being asked to leave for breaking the rules. The officer asked the subject to leave the premises. He complied and agreed not to return for the remainder of the day.
Friday, March 25
Assault in MAC
9:31 p.m. A housing resident reported a subject was assaulting a female in a Main Apartment Complex apartment. Three officers responded and determined the suspect had an outstanding warrant. He was transported and taken to the jail. The investigation is still in progress.
Saturday, March 26
3:05 p.m. A student came to UPD to report a vending machine had been broken into in the Beatrice McDonald Hall. An officer is investigating. Estimated damage is $400, and estimated loss is still under investigation.