University police arrested a student Monday morning after discovering he possessed a fake driver license, police reports stated.
Timothy W. Andrea, 20, of the 5000 block of East Julia Street, was arrested at about 11 a.m. in his car on the corner of North Cherry Avenue and East Enke Drive, reports stated.
Andrea was initially stopped in his 1999 Oldsmobile Alero by police for driving 31 mph in a 15 mph zone, reports stated.
When an officer asked for Andrea's driver license, registration and insurance information, Andrea could produce only the registration and insurance form, reports stated.
The officer said Andrea then looked through his wallet in an "evasive manner," so the officer asked to see the wallet, reports stated.
According to the reports, Andrea then tossed something at the passenger and handed the wallet to the officer.
The officer asked Andrea if the object Andrea threw was a fake identification card, and Andrea said it was, reports stated.
The officer cited Andrea for suspicion of possession of fictitious license and released him at the scene, reports stated.
Police reported Tuesday afternoon to a car break-in at a parking lot near a residence hall, reports stated.
The victim's 1995 Dodge Neon was broken into between 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. in the Zone One parking lot north of Coronado Residence Hall, 822 E. Fifth St., and an estimated $800 worth of items were stolen, reports stated.
A stereo/compact disc player, valued at an estimated $250; a pair of sunglasses, valued at an estimated $100; and 30 compact discs, valued at an estimated $400, were stolen, reports stated.
The victim told police that she had locked the car's doors at 8 a.m., and when she returned at 12:30 p.m., a coat hanger was dangling from the driver's door and the car was unlocked, reports stated.
Police were called Tuesday afternoon after a UA employee discovered vandalism at the Arizona Stadium, reports stated.
The Parking and Transportation Services employee said a pillar on the west side of Arizona Stadium had been vandalized, reports stated.
According to reports, a human figure was spray-painted in black on the pillar near gate 15 on the west side of the stadium.
Police called UA Facilities Management to remove or paint over the graffiti, reports stated.
Police arrested a student Monday afternoon after the he dropped a burning cigarette containing a green leafy substance, reports stated.
According to the reports, Paul N. Anders-Stout, 20, of the 5600 block of East Burns Street, was riding his bike at the corner of North Mountain Avenue and East Second Street when police approached him to tell him to walk his bike.
One of the police officers noticed that Anders-Stout had dropped a cigarette as they approached, reports stated.
The officer picked up the cigarette and noticed the smell of marijuana, reports stated.
The two officers detained Anders-Stout and searched his backpack, reports stated.
According to reports, the officers found a wooden cigarette eliminator with a smoking device and a green leafy substance.
Anders-Stout was cited for suspicion of possession of marijuana and released at the scene, reports stated.
Police were called Tuesday afternoon to two car break-ins at a parking lot on North Euclid Avenue, reports stated.
The car break-ins at the lot at 520 N. Euclid Ave. were reported at 4:20 p.m. and 4:35 p.m., respectively, reports stated.
The first car, a 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier, was broken into sometime in the last week and had a compact disc player and a compact disc, with a combined value estimated to be $215, removed from the car, reports stated.
The car's passenger window frame was bent and damaged, reports stated.
The second car, a 1985 Cadillac Eldorado, was broken into during the past week and had a compact disc player and compact disc, with a combined value estimated to be $185, stolen, reports stated.
According to reports, the left passenger window frame was bent and damaged, and the molding on the window was torn.
Reports indicated that the two break-ins may be related.