Arizona Summer Wildcat
University police arrested a Tucson man Saturday night on suspicion of drug possession after officers stopped the vehicle he was riding in for speeding, police reports stated.
Officers stopped a 1996 gold Nissan Maxima at the intersection of East Speedway Boulevard and North Park Avenue at 11:43 p.m. Inside they found a passenger, Quinn A. Washington-Moss, 21, of the 5000 block of North Campbell Avenue, reports stated.
Police noticed Washington-Moss had very red eyes and avoided any eye contact, reports stated.
Officers searched the vehicle and discovered a backpack under the passenger's seat that contained a multi-colored ceramic smoking device with residue inside, and a baggie filled with a green leafy substance, reports stated.
Washington-Moss admitted the backpack and the baggie were his, but said the smoking device was not. He was cited on suspicion of drug possession and released on the scene.
A student called police Monday morning after he saw a man expose himself.
Officers found the student near the Science-Engineering Library, 744 N. Highland Ave., at about 11:45 a.m. The student pointed out the man to the officers.
The student told police he was walking out of the library when he saw a man standing with his back toward him. The man's pants were partly pulled down exposing his buttocks, reports stated.
When officers confronted the man, he told officers he was on his cell phone when his pants "inadvertently dropped," reports stated.
The man demonstrated his claim for the officers by simulating talking on the cellular phone and exposing himself to them, reports stated.
The man told police his pants probably dropped because he was not wearing a belt. The officers recommended that the man wear a belt so his pants would stay up in the future, reports stated.
A student called police Saturday afternoon to report damage to his vehicle.
He told police his 1993 silver Isuzu Rodeo was locked when he left it at midnight the night before at the 1400 block of North Vine Avenue. When he returned the next morning, the back window was shattered and the car stereo had been scratched, reports stated.
Nothing was stolen from the vehicle and officers were unable to obtain any fingerprints.
A UA employee called police Thursday morning to report a possible bicycle theft.
Officers arrived at the Student Recreation Center, 1400 E. Sixth St. at about 5 a.m.
The custodian described two men with tattoos on their bodies standing near the west side bicycle rack, reports stated.
The employee told police the men were "acting suspicious," reports stated.
The custodian said one of the men had a blue bike and the other man had a big black dog. Both men were holding bicycle helmets.
Officers found no damage to the bicycle rack.
A student called police Thursday afternoon after he ran into a parked car with his bicycle.
Officers arrived at a UA parking lot near the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Building, 1130 N. Mountain Ave., at about 5:15 p.m., reports stated.
The student told officers he looked down for a few seconds while riding his bicycle through the lot, and when he looked up, he collided with a 1984 Datsun 300ZX, reports stated.
The vehicle had several small dents and some minor scratches because of the bicycle's impact, reports stated.
The student was not injured in the accident.
A student called police early Friday morning to report electrical equipment missing from a residence hall basement.
He told officers a videocassette recorder, a VHS cassette rewinder and a remote control were missing from the recreation room in the basement of Kaibab-Huachuca residence hall, 922 E. Fourth St., reports stated.
He told police the items were last seen last Wednesday after a group watched a movie in the room, reports stated.
A student called police Saturday night to report her duffel bag missing.
Officers arrived at the Student Recreation Center, 1400 E. Sixth St., at about 6 p.m.
The student told police she left her bag in a unlocked locker at 3:30 p.m. When she returned an hour later, the bag was missing, reports stated.
She told officers she was worried because the bag contained a key with the number of her dorm room printed on it, reports stated.
Police told the student to change her lock.
Police Beat is complied from official University of Arizona Police Department reports.