A UA employee contacted university police Monday after someone stole an orange detour sign from a campus construction site, police reports stated.
The employee called police at about 9 a.m. after realizing that the sign was missing from the site at 1616 E. University Blvd.
The sign, which wasn't secured to anything, was last seen at about 3:30 p.m. Friday.
When the employee went to work Monday at 6:30 a.m., he noticed the sign was gone.
The sign and its stand are valued at an estimated $200 and will be replaced, reports stated.
A construction company employee working on the UA campus called the UAPD Monday after someone stole items from his toolbox and vandalized a computer hard drive in a campus building, reports stated.
The employee said he arrived at work just before 10 a.m., and when he went to a storeroom in the basement of the Memorial Student Union, 1303 E. University Blvd., he noticed that the toolbox had been burglarized some time between 3 p.m. Friday and Sunday afternoon.
The computer hard drive belongs to the UA, and it had the words "Mac Rulz" spray painted on it with pink paint, reports stated.
The employee said the paint on the hard drive came from a can of spray paint that was inside the toolbox, reports stated. Police recovered the can and took it as evidence.
The toolbox, which had its lid pried open, was also missing crescent wrenches.
The employee said UA employees use the storage room from time to time, and he did not know if any of the doors to the room had been locked over the weekend, reports stated.
He also told police that a UA employee had seen a damaged toolbox over the weekend, but didn't see who damaged it, reports stated.
A man called police Monday to report that his cellular phone was stolen from his car while it was parked in a campus-area lot.
He said he left his Ford van in the lot at 2101 E. Roger Road at about 10 a.m. Saturday and when he returned at noon that day, his cellular phone was missing.
He said that other items from the van were stolen, but the person to whom they belonged would report them, reports stated.
The van was unlocked during the time the phone - valued at an estimated $130 - and other items were taken, reports stated.
Police arrested a man early Monday morning after a traffic stop and identification check revealed the man was driving with a suspended driver license, reports stated.
A police officer witnessed Joshua McIntyre, 22, of the 300 block of East Alturas, drive through a stop sign at North Park Avenue and East Elm Street, reports stated.
The officer pulled McIntyre over, and a record check showed he had a warrant for his arrest.
McIntyre was cited on suspicion of driving with a suspended license, warned for driving through a stop sign and released at the scene.
Police arrested a man Monday morning for drinking alcohol in public on the UA campus, reports stated.
David Neal, 37, of a general delivery address, was at the Star Mart, 501 N. Park Ave., at about 1:30 a.m. when a clerk in the store called police because he thought Neal was loitering, reports stated.
Two officers arrived at the scene and asked Neal to leave.
According to reports, Neal took a drink from a bottle of alcohol, and the officers verbally warned him against drinking in public, reports stated.
The officers again asked Neal to leave, and he began to gather his things.
According to reports, he was moving too slow and the officers told him to leave again.
Neal swore at the officers and took another drink, reports stated.
The officers handcuffed him and cited him on suspicion of consuming spirituous liquor in public. He was released at the scene.