University police arrested a student early Thursday morning on suspicion of minor in consumption of alcohol, police reports stated.
Police went to an area near North Highland Avenue where someone reported a suspicious person hiding in a bush.
An officer spotted Joseph Thornhill, 18, of 800 E. Fifth St., matching the description of the subject walking west on East Fourth Street from Highland, reports stated.
Police asked Thornhill for identification and he said he only had a California driver license, reports stated.
After Thornhill gave the officer the driver license, the officer asked for the "fake one" too, reports stated.
Thornhill gave the officer a false California driver's license. He told police he uses the identification to buy alcohol, reports stated.
The officer noticed Thornhill was slurring his speech and his breath smelled of alcohol, reports stated.
Thornhill said he had about eight beers with friends at the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, 1801 E. First St., reports stated.
Thornhill was cited on suspicion of minor in consumption and possession of a fake license. He was released at the scene.
A student employee reported a theft Thursday morning from the Memorial Student Union.
The student was working at the Java Jive, 1303 E. University Blvd., when a man reached over the food counter and took money from the open cash register, reports stated.
The employee said the man took about $40 when she walked away from the register. She said the man then ran out the west doors of the union, reports stated.
The student worked with a detective to create a composite picture of the man.
A student reported her car stolen last Wednesday night from a UA parking lot.
The student said she parked her 1993 Jeep Cherokee Laredo Tuesday in a parking lot at 1740 E. Helen St. around 5 p.m., reports stated.
The student said she returned the next day around 2 p.m. and her vehicle was missing.
A Motor Vehicle Division query showed the Tucson Police Department recovered the vehicle on Tuesday night from 4949 S. Liberty Ave., reports stated.
A student reported his wallet missing Thursday afternoon from the Memorial Student Union.
The student said he was in The Cellar in the Memorial Student Union, 1303 E. University Blvd. around 5:30 p.m. last Monday.
The student said he left his property and went to the other side of the room for about an hour. When he returned, he discovered his wallet was missing, reports stated.
A friend of the student's said he saw a man in that area looking through people's belongings, reports stated.
The student was going to have his friend contact police for information about the man, reports stated.
An employee reported a theft Thursday afternoon from his credit card booth on the UA Mall.
The employee said two men, who appeared to be students, came up to his booth and took two inflatable credit card displays, reports stated.
The employee said he was helping another student when the men approached the booth, reports stated.
The men took the displays and left the area, reports stated.
A student reported his car stolen Wednesday afternoon from a UA parking lot.
The student said he parked his 1998 Jeep Wrangler in a parking lot at East First Street and North Cherry Avenue at about 11 p.m. on Tuesday, reports stated.
The student returned the next day and discovered that the vehicle was missing, reports stated.
There were no signs of forced entry left at the scene, reports stated.
A student reported his bicycle missing Thursday afternoon.
The student said he parked his Diamondback mountain bike Thursday outside the Computer Center, 1077 N. Highland Ave., at about 9 a.m., reports stated.
He returned around 7 p.m. and his bicycle and lock were missing, reports stated.
The student told police the bike was worth about $250.
A student reported his keys and CatCard missing Wednesday night.
The student said he was working out in the Student Recreation Center, 1400 E. Sixth St., around 7 p.m., reports stated.
The student said he put his CatCard and dorm keys on the floor near the equipment he was using, reports stated.
About an hour later the student said he noticed that his keys and card were missing.