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By Audrey DeAnda
Arizona Summer Wildcat
July 28, 1999
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University police arrested two Tucson men early Friday morning on suspicion of trespassing, police reports stated

Police arrested Noah Beyall, 20, of the 200 block of North Granada Avenue, and Kenzo Butler, 18, of the 1500 block of East 13th Street, at about 1 a.m., reports stated. An officer saw Beyall and Butler climb the wall out of the Hillenbrand pool, 1824 E. Enke Dr., and get into a parked car at about 12:30 a.m., reports stated.

Police approached the men and asked for identification. Beyall told the officer he left his ID at home and Butler said he never owned a driver license or an ID card, reports stated.

The officer told Beyall and Butler that he saw them leaving the pool. Beyall denied it and said the officer had no reason for stopping them, reports stated.

Police arrested Beyall and Butler on suspicion of second degree criminal trespass. They were each transported individually to pre-trial services.

Police later discovered Butler's identification in his wallet.

The officer transporting Butler noticed that his eyes were red, his face was flushed and his breath smelled strongly of alcohol, reports stated.

Butler was later charged on suspicion of minor in possession, giving false information to an officer and trespassing. He was released on a $546 bond. Beyall was booked into pre-trial services for trespassing and released on a $192 bond.

A UA employee called police Friday morning to report that property was missing from his vehicle.

The Facilities Management employee called police at about 8 a.m. to report his Fluke 89 Multimeter was missing from the toolbox in his vehicle, reports stated.

The employee told police he parked his truck on July 9 at a restricted lot at 1331 E. Fifth St. He told the officer the lot is not secure at night and during weekends, reports stated.

The employee said when he returned to his vehicle July 12, the multimeter was missing from his toolbox, reports stated.

He told police the multimeter is worth about $375.

Police arrested a Tucson man Friday night for an outstanding warrant after he was seen reportedly urinating in public, reports stated.

Randolph Cooper, 42, of the 5000 block of South Fletcher Avenue was stopped for suspicious activity at about 11:30 p.m., reports stated.

An officer spotted Cooper walk behind the Circle K at East Sixth Street and North Cherry Avenue and then return pulling on the front of his pants, reports stated.

Police approached Cooper and asked him what he was doing. Cooper apologized to the officer and said he could not wait long enough to urinate inside the building, reports stated.

The officer did a background check on Cooper and discovered he had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court in March for suspicion of possession of narcotics, reports stated.

Police served the warrant and booked Cooper into the Pima County Jail on an $1,100 bond.

The officer also warned him for urinating in a public place, reports stated.

A woman called police Saturday afternoon to report her purse missing.

She told the officer she was in the Memorial Student Union Cellar, 1305 E. University Blvd., and placed her purse on the floor.

The woman told police she forgot about her purse and left the Cellar. When she returned, the purse was missing, reports stated.

A UA employee later discovered the purse in a men's restroom but the wallet was missing, reports stated.

A UA employee called police Thursday morning to report property damage.

The man told the officer he arrived at the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building, 1130 N. Mountain Ave., at about 7 a.m. on July 19.

The employee said he noticed the night lamp on the north side of the building was damaged, reports stated.

The man told police when he left the building on July 16, the lamp was working, but when he returned July 19, the lamp's cover was missing and the bulb was broken, reports stated.

A student called police Thursday night to report damage to his vehicle.

The student told the officer he parked his 1999 Ford Escort in the Zone One parking lot at East Seventh Street and North Highland Avenue at about 6 p.m.

He told police he went to work out at the Student Recreation Center, and when he returned to his car at about 7:30 p.m., he noticed the front of his car was damaged, reports stated.

The student said the left side of his car's hood had a dent and there were scrapes around the left headlight, reports stated.

Police were unable to obtain paint transfers.

Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports.