A UA student called university police last night after seeing a man expose himself near her sorority house, police reports stated.
The student told police she saw a man at about 10:40 p.m. standing on the north side of Pi Beta Phi sorority house, 1035 N. Mountain Ave., when she was on her way home.
She said the man was wearing a black mask and was naked.
She didn't see where the man went after she called police.
Police searched the area, but found no one matching the description of the man, reports stated.
A UA student was cited on suspicion of possession of marijuana Thursday night after police found 16.3 grams of a green leafy substance in his room, reports stated.
Three UA students at Babcock Residence Hall, 1717 E. Speedway Blvd., were cooking outside a room when they noticed the possible smell of marijuana.
The students notified a resident assistant, and the resident assistant called police. After the officer arrived, he noticed the smell and traced it to one of the rooms.
The officer said he noticed a heavy smell of possible marijuana, and he knocked on the door.
After no one answered the door, the officer decided to enter the room in case marijuana was still burning, reports stated.
The door was unlocked, and the officer entered the room, reports stated.
According to reports, the room was unoccupied, but a plastic bag containing a green leafy substance was sitting on a desk, reports stated.
A few minutes later, Collin Hughes, 19, of Babcock Residence Hall, came to the room.
He told the officer it was his room, and the officer read Hughes his rights, reports stated.
Hughes told the officer the bag on the desk was his, and he had smoked some of it in the room.
He also told police the bag was bought for him by a friend, and he didn't pay for any of it, reports stated.
Hughes allowed officers to search him and his room.
The officer found a full bottle of Absolut vodka and two full bottles of Bacardi Limon rum in Hughes' room, reports stated.
The officer cited Hughes on suspicion of unlawful possession of marijuana, warned him for minor in possession of alcohol and released him.
The plastic baggie containing the green, leafy substance was secured for evidence.
Hughes poured the alcohol down the sink.
Police arrested a UA student Saturday morning after she was walking on campus with a bottle in her hand, reports stated.
An officer on patrol at East First Street and North Warren Avenue saw Sherri Lekvold, 19, of 1541 E. First St., at about 2:30 a.m. walking across the south side of First.
He noticed the bottle and approached her.
As the officer was approaching Lekvold, she saw him, put the bottle on the ground and continued walking, reports stated.
The officer stopped her, and she told him her name and date of birth, reports stated.
He cited her for suspicion of minor in possession of alcohol, warned her for drinking alcohol in public and released her.
Police arrested a UA employee Saturday night after pulling him over for expired car registration and finding he had two outstanding warrants, reports stated.
Adam Gay, 22, of the 1500 block of East Ninth Street, was pulled over in his 1989 Volkswagen Jetta at about 10:30 p.m. at East Speedway Boulevard and North Euclid Avenue.
The officer ran a check on his identification and found the two warrants, reports stated.
Gay was cited for suspicion of failure to appear in court for a theft charge from Pima County, failure to appear in court for a false reporting charge from UAPD and expired car registration.
Gay was booked into Pima County Jail.