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By Dylan McKinley
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
November 24, 1999
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A UA employee called university police Monday after she received multiple obscene phone messages from an unidentified man, police reports stated.

The employee said she received three blank messages Friday afternoon with what sounded like a workshop in the background, reports stated.

According to reports, she received a fourth obscene call Friday with the same background noise.

During the fourth call a man spoke obscenely, reports stated.

The employee received five more obscene messages Sunday with the same man's voice and workshop noise in the background.

A UAPD officer listened to the messages and said the man sounded like he is between 35 and 45 years old, and agreed that the background noise sounded like a workshop.

The man who left the messages knew the name of the employee, her female co-worker and two doctors she works with.

The man's messages were sexually suggestive and mostly aimed at the doctors.

The officer advised the employee to contact UAPD again if the messages continued.

A UA employee contacted UAPD Monday after someone stole items from his locker in a UA building, reports stated.

The man went to Bear Down Gym, 1428 E. University Blvd., at about noon Friday to change clothes for a bike ride.

He said he rode his bike for about an hour, and when he returned to the locker room in the basement of the gym at 1 p.m., his locker was opened and a UA-issued lock was missing, reports stated.

Missing from the locker were the man's shorts, $20 in cash, credit cards, ATM cards, his Arizona driver license and wallet, reports stated.

When the employee called Citibank to cancel his credit card, the company informed him $770 in items had been charaged to it that day, reports stated.

A UA student called police Monday after someone stole his backpack from a campus-area parking lot Friday, reports stated.

He told police he left his backpack at about 9 p.m. Friday in a lot at East First Street and North Martin Avenue.

The student said he had to leave for a while, so he left the backpack next to a car, reports stated.

When he returned to get his backpack at about 10 p.m., it was gone.

Missing from the bag were his wallet, keys, watch, textbooks, CatCard and driver license, reports stated.

The student told police he didn't see anyone in the area who might have taken his backpack.

Police arrested a UA student late Monday morning after a UA employee said he was verbally abusing her at a campus-area bookstore, reports stated.

The employee told police Levi Davis, 29, of the 1100 block of East Eighth Street, was loud and abusive toward her because her computer instructed her to seize his credit card, reports stated.

She did not want to press charges against Davis, but a check of Davis' identification revealed a warrant for his arrest for writing a bad check, reports stated.

Davis was cited on suspicion of writing a bad check and transported to Pima County Jail, where he was released by pre-trial services.

A UA employee called police Monday after someone broke a window at a UA building, reports stated.

The employee told police a window at the American Indian Graduate Center, 1439 E. Helen St., was intact at 5 p.m. Sunday, but when he returned at 9 a.m. Monday, the window was broken.

According to reports, a half-full can of beer was sitting next to the cracked window, reports stated.

A UA student contacted the UAPD after someone stole her Zone One parking permit from her car, reports stated.

She told police she parked the car at about 7:45 a.m. at a lot near North Cherry Street and East University Boulevard and when she returned to her car at about noon, her permit was missing.

The woman told police she thinks one of the door locks was "jimmied" because the rubber molding was moved.

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