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Sunday, Sept. 23

Drunken kids leave MAC, get caught

12:10 a.m. – While on patrol, an officer observed two subjects on the fourth floor of the parking garage. The officer contacted the subjects and determined they were minors consuming alcohol, having departed a party in MAC Six. Officers contacted the party in MAC Six and determined minors were drinking there. Four subjects were issued court summons for consuming alcohol as minors. One subject was arrested for providing alcohol to minors.

Same party locale, different people

1:13 a.m. – While on call in MAC Six, two officers observed intoxicated subjects going in and out of MAC 615. Officers investigated and determined that two subjects were drinking underage; the subjects were issued court summons. A third subject was determined to have provided the alcohol and was arrested.

Monday, Sept. 24

Petitioner can’t annoy students studying

12:31 p.m. – A staff member reported that an individual was soliciting signatures in the Student Union and would not leave when requested to do so. Two officers responded and advised the individual to leave students studying alone.

Inebriated men disturb library users

2:01 p.m. – A staff member reported two intoxicated men at the library who were disturbing the students. Two officers responded and directed the subjects to leave campus. The subjects departed without incident.

Tuesday, Sept. 25

Dog chases moose, owner chases dog

12:29 a.m. – A staff member reported that four moose were being chased by a loose dog, which was being chased by the dog owner. All were moving from the University Lake Building, across Bragaw Street and into the housing area. An officer responded but the moose, dog and its owner could not be located.

Wednesday, Sept. 26

Snoozing baker gets checkup from UPD

1:37 a.m. – An officer was advised of a subject sleeping on the couch in the Gorsuch Commons. The officer determined that the subject was a baker and belonged in the area.

Man with no pants might have knife

7:01 p.m. – Police received several reports that a man wearing no pants and carrying a knife was walking near the west side of campus. An officer responded and made contact with the subject, who was not carrying a knife. The officer transported the subject to the emergency psych unit at Providence Alaska Medical Center for treatment. A short time later another individual called to report blue jeans on the bike path between Seawolf Drive and the south parking lot. The officer determined the pants belonged to the man just taken to the psych unit. The officer took the pants to Providence Hospital.

Thursday, Sept. 27

Trash talkers threaten to shoot paintballs

12:20 a.m. – A resident adviser reported two men were walking around housing trash-talking with residents and threatening to shoot the halls with paintballs. The subjects appeared to be drunk. Three officers responded to investigate at West Hall and were advised that the men were in a room. The officers made contact and determined subjects, including the ones with paintball guns talking trash, were minors consuming alcohol. Four subjects were issued court summons.

Friday, Sept. 28

Woman trapped in elevator calls for help

1:37 a.m. – A North Hall resident adviser called requesting assistance for a female trapped in the elevator on the fourth floor. An officer responded and stood by until the elevator company could respond and free the student.

Leave no trace or lose campsite

11:01 a.m. – A housing staff member called and reported a campsite in the woods near North Hall. Two officers responded, went into the area and found the camp unoccupied. UAA Maintenance was called to the area for cleanup.

Graffiti art gets pictured

5:04 p.m. – Anchorage Police Department called University Police for assistance in taking photos of graffiti in the underpass tunnel off University Lake Drive. An officer responded and provided the service. Photos will be forwarded to Anchorage Police Department.