University police referred a student to the Dean of Students Diversion Program Wednesday afternoon after she tried to use a Main Gate Garage parking permit that was reported stolen.
According to police reports, the student attempted to leave the garage at 3:30 p.m. but was unable to exit. She then went to the cashier, who discovered the permit was reported stolen.
The cashier kept the permit and told the student to go to the Parking and Transportation office.
A Parking and Transportation employee called police to report the incident after speaking with the student.
Police arrived and spoke with the student, who told officers she bought the permit from her ex-neighbor "Rob" and paid $50 for it, reports stated. "Rob" had told her he was graduating in December and no longer needed it.
The student never contacted Parking and Transportation to inform them of the exchange with "Rob," according to reports. Police referred her for attempted theft of services, reports stated.
A student called police Wednesday afternoon to report that her license plate was stolen off of her car.
According to police reports, the student parked her car in a Zone 1 lot on East Seventh Street and North Highland Avenue at 10 a.m. When she returned at 3 p.m., her license plate was gone.
The Arizona plate, MXA013, has been reported stolen in police computers.
A student called police Wednesday night to report that someone had broken into her Jeep Wrangler.
The student parked her car in the Cherry Garage, located at North Cherry Avenue and East Fred Enke Drive, at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
According to reports, she returned to her car at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday and discovered the passenger side of her car had been broken into and her radar detector missing from the center console, which was also damaged.
Police found no evidence left behind and have no suspects.
A university employee called police Wednesday afternoon to report equipment stolen from the Music Building, 1017 N. Olive Road.
According to reports, the employee told police a $200 Sony compact disk player and a $400 Sony amp were stolen.
She told police the room's door has a timed, automatic locking system that goes on at 8 p.m. and turns off at 7 a.m.
The informant told police that the last employee in the room said she had locked the cabinet where the equipment was kept at 1 p.m.
According to reports, another employee went into the room at 9 a.m. and found the cabinet doors open and the equipment gone. The woman told police 30 to 40 people have keys to the cabinet.
Police found no signs of forced entry.
Police arrested a Tucson man on suspicion of speeding and failure to avoid an accident Wednesday morning after he rear-ended the car in front of him.
According to reports, Buddy Eugene Taylor, 50, was driving a white GMC pick-up truck with two other passengers at 8:15 a.m.
Taylor told police he was driving east on East Speedway Boulevard, and was preparing to turn right onto North Mountain Avenue, when a white car allegedly ran a red light.
According to reports, the driver ahead of him stopped to avoid hitting the car and Taylor hit her.
All three men in Taylor's truck were wearing seat belts and were uninjured, reports stated.
The other driver involved told police she stepped on her breaks to avoid the car going through the red light and was struck by Taylor, reports stated. She was also wearing her seat belt and was not injured.
According to reports, there was minimal damage to the back of her car and both vehicles drove away from the accident. Taylor was cited and released.