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By Audrey DeAnda
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
September 13, 1999

A university employee reported that a man holding a rifle was on top of a campus building Thursday morning, police reports stated.

The employee said she was looking out the window of her office when she saw a man on the roof of the Arizona Health Sciences Center, 1501 N. Campbell Ave., dressed in camouflage and holding a "long gun" like a rifle, reports stated.

University police went to the area and searched the roofs of several buildings but could not find the man, reports stated.

According to reports, police found evidence on the roofs of a person killing wasps and cleaning.

The man killing the wasps would have been wearing a camouflage-like outfit and the wand he was using could have been mistaken for a rifle, reports stated.

A student was reportedly assaulted early Thursday morning while walking home from a campus-area bar, reports stated.

Police met with the student at the Alpha Phi sorority house, 1339 E. First St., at about 1:20 a.m., reports stated.

The student said she was walking home from Dirtbags, 1800 E. Speedway Blvd., along Speedway when she noticed four men urinating in some bushes, reports stated.

According to reports, the student said the men made her feel nervous so she cut across the Gamma Phi Beta sorority parking lot.

The student said the men came up, started grabbing her and one of the men called her a "whore," reports stated.

According to reports, the student ran from the men but they started chasing her. The student said the men stopped chasing her when she got a cellular phone from her purse.

The student said she called a friend and told her to call the police, reports stated. She told the officer she did not see where the men went.

According to reports, the student had several red marks on her arms that were shaped like hands.

Police went to an apartment building early Thursday morning after a student reported an odor of beer coming from one of the rooms, reports stated.

Officers went to University Heights Apartments, 1201 N. Park Ave., at about 12:30 a.m. and located the room.

The tenant, a student, told the officer he had no knowledge of alcohol in the room, reports stated.

Police searched the kitchen and found a large bottle of gin and empty beer cans in the cabinets, reports stated.

According to reports, the student said he had just gotten there a few minutes ago and the alcohol was in the apartment.

The student said his roommate was in the apartment earlier with several other people, reports stated.

Police located the roommate so they could ask him some questions, reports stated.

According to reports, the roommate said his friends visited earlier and brought the alcohol.

Police noticed both students had watery eyes and their breath smelled of alcohol, reports stated.

The roommate disposed of the alcohol and police enrolled both students in the UA Dean of Students Diversion Program, reports stated.

A student was arrested Thursday afternoon after reportedly stealing markers from the U of A Bookstore, reports stated.

Richard Brown, 18, of the 9000 block of East Pikes Peak Drive, was spotted by security at the U of A Bookstore, 1209 E. University Blvd., taking markers, reports stated.

According to reports, security saw Brown take four markers from a shelf and place them in his front pocket.

Security stopped Brown when he attempted to leave the store without paying for the markers, reports stated.

Brown said he took the markers because he could not afford them, reports stated.

According to reports, Brown said he would never steal anything again.

Brown was cited on suspicion of shoplifting and released at the scene, reports stated.

A student reported a theft from his car Thursday while it was parked in a UA garage.

The student said he parked his 1999 Acura Integra in the Main Gate Garage, 815 E. Second St., on Tuesday night, reports stated.

According to reports, the student said that when he returned to his car on Thursday afternoon, he noticed that someone had broken the driver's side window and pushed the glass inward.

The student said the hood of his car was open and the battery and car alarm cables were cut, reports stated.

According to reports, the damage on the car's frame looked like a pry-bar had been used.

About $2,150 worth of stereo equipment was stolen, reports stated.

According to reports, an officer was able to get a partial hand print from the rear driver's side window.

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