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By Dylan McKinley
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
September 29, 1999

University police arrested a UA student early Friday morning after a report of a hit-and-run car crash at a bar, police reports stated.

Janet Lee Dismukes, 22, of the 4200 block of North Rio Cancion, was pulled over around 1 a.m. in her 1992 Honda Prelude at the corner of North Fremont Avenue and East Sixth Street by an officer who was flagged down by a witness to the hit and run, reports stated.

The officer who pulled her over called a DUI officer to the scene after suspecting she had been drinking, reports stated.

When the officer arrived, he administered field sobriety tests to Dismukes. She admitted to drinking a glass and a half of wine, reports stated.

Dismukes' car had damage to a headlight, while the vehicle that was hit in the parking lot of the Rhino Pub, 1112 E. Sixth St., had little damage, reports stated.

The owner of the 1994 Ford Explorer declined to file a report on the incident, reports stated.

Dismukes was cited on suspicion of driving under the influence, DUI with a blood-alcohol content above .10 and extreme DUI, reports stated.

Dismukes's car was left locked at the scene and she was released to a friend, reports stated.

Police arrested two UA students Monday morning after a surveillance officer on top of a residence hall suspected them of smoking a green leafy substance, reports stated.

Eric Leven, 18, and Peter Bernstein, 18, both of La Paz Residence Hall, 602 N. Highland Ave., were spotted on the southwest corner of East Fifth Street and North Highland Avenue by the officer on the roof of La Paz, reports stated.

The officer called two other officers to investigate the substance reportedly being smoked by the students, reports stated.

The officers arrived and found a smoking device that smelled of suspected marijuana under Leven's leg, reports stated.

Leven was cited on suspicion of possession of marijuana and Bernstein was cited on suspicion of unlawful use of marijuana, reports stated.

Both were released at the scene.

Police arrested a man early Monday morning for panhandling UA students, police reports stated.

Wesley Willie Antoine, 35, of the 1200 block of North Tyndall Avenue, was in front of Coronado Residence Hall, 822 E. Fifth St., when police stopped him and asked what he was doing, reports stated.

He said he was just passing through, but two UA students said he had asked them for some money and offered to sell his fanny pack for $3, reports stated.

Antoine admitted that he asked a UA student to "spare a brother some change," reports stated.

Police cited Antoine on suspicion of panhandling and released him, reports stated.

According to reports, police also warned Antoine for criminal trespassing.

Police responded Monday evening to two students who reported having their wallets stolen on the UA campus, reports stated.

The incidents, both at the UA Main Library, 1510 E. University Blvd., occurred near copy machines on the fourth floor and at the front circulation counter, reports stated.

The fourth-floor incident occurred between 9:20 and 9:25 a.m., after a man left the copy machines and realized he forgot his wallet, reports stated.

When he returned, his wallet was missing, reports stated.

According to reports, the wallet was valued at about $20. Between $40 and $80 in cash, an ATM card, an Arizona driver license and various shopping cards were in the wallet, reports stated.

The second incident occurred at 5:30 p.m. when a woman left the front circulation desk without her wallet, reports stated.

The student walked outside the library before realizing she had forgotten her wallet, reports stated. The wallet was missing when she returned.

The student had her UA CatCard, Arizona driver license, ATM card, a Visa card, Social Security card, a Pima College identification card, a YMCA membership card, some blank checks and $3 in cash in her wallet, reports stated.

Neither students' wallet was turned in to the library's lost and found, reports stated.

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