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By Holly Wells
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Wednesday, October 26, 2005
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Two students admitted to being under 21 and drinking early Saturday morning after police questioned them about a theft at the Student Union Memorial Center, 1303 E. University Blvd., reports stated.

Police approached the two students around 12:45 a.m. after a man saw two men set down a stolen map board and run.

The two students seemed drunk. They had flushed faces and red eyes.

The students admitted that they had drank earlier at a party.

The student said they did not know anything about the theft.

The man said the two students were not the males he had seen drop the stolen map board.

The students were diverted to the Dean of Students and released, reports stated.


Two Oregon fans complained about being assaulted Saturday afternoon after they were ejected from Arizona Stadium, 540 N. Vine Ave., during the football game, reports stated.

A man told police he wanted to report an assault against a woman.

Both the woman and the man seemed drunk. They had red, watery eyes and smelled like alcohol.

Police told the man they needed to speak to the woman to know if she was the one reporting an assault. The man became angry and started cursing, reports stated.

The woman seemed outraged and said she had ended up sitting in a section full of UA fans.

The woman said UA fans had thrown things at her and said one man had pushed her.

Officers had then thrown her out of the stadium, reports stated.

Police asked what color pants the officers had been wearing and the woman got mad.

Police said the color of pants would help them figure out who had handled the incident, and the woman said the officers had been wearing tan pants.

The woman wanted to go back into the stadium and point out who had pushed her, reports stated.

The woman did not have a ticket to the game, and said she had come on a bus.

Police found out the Pima County Sheriff's Office had handled the incident. The Pima County Sheriff's Office said they had already investigated the incident and said the woman had been the one to create the disturbance.

They said when they tried to remove the woman, she created a bigger disturbance and had to be escorted out, reports stated.

The woman denied that this had happened and went back into the stadium with the man.

The woman and the man were then taken out again and warned they would be charged with trespassing, reports stated.

The woman and the man then repeatedly called 911 to report the same incident.

Later, the Tucson Police Department arrested the man for drinking in public.

The woman said she hated police, reports stated.


Two students were ejected from the football game at Arizona Stadium, 540 N. Vine Ave., Saturday after police saw them drinking out of a binocular flask, reports stated.

Police approached the students after they saw one of them drink out of the flask and saw the other one put the flask around her neck.

The student with the flask around her neck dumped it out before police could see what was inside.

One of the students smelled like alcohol. The other student showed no signs she had been drinking.

Police saw the binoculars had been made to hold liquid and noticed the flask smelled like alcohol.

The students were escorted out and the flask was placed into evidence, reports stated.


A student admitted to being under 21 and drinking at a fraternity house early Friday morning after police saw him carrying an orange traffic barrier at the Second Street Parking Garage, 1340 E. Second St., reports stated.

Police approached the student around 3:10 a.m. and noticed he seemed drunk.

The student said he could not remember what fraternity house he had been drinking at.

The student was cited and released, reports stated.


A student was diverted to the Dean of Students for underage drinking Friday night after someone saw her stumbling out of the doors at Coronado Residence Hall, 822 E. Fifth St., reports stated.

Police found the student at Park Student Union, 615 N. Park Ave.

The student was crying and seemed drunk. She also smelled like alcohol.

The student said, "I just want to go home. It's my birthday tomorrow, and I just want to go home and go to sleep," reports stated.

The student said she had been drinking on the fourth floor, but said she did not remember what room she had been in.

The student said someone had sent her down in the elevator, but said she couldn't remember who it was.

Police walked the student to her dorm and her suite mate said she would take care of the student, reports stated.


Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports. For a complete list of UAPD activity, the daily resume can be found at www.uapd.arizona.edu.



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