Police arrested a UA student Thursday when someone called UAPD after seeing a man trying to enter a fenced yard, police reports stated.
An officer saw Chadwick Carter, 26, of the 200 block of East University Boulevard, at about 6:35 p.m. coming out of the fenced yard in the 1500 block of North Vine Avenue, reports stated.
Police asked him why he was in the yard and he said he was looking at the house because he might want to buy it, reports stated.
The officer asked him if he was staying in the fenced yard, and Carter said he wasn't, reports stated.
Police entered the yard and saw a sleeping bag, school papers, notebooks, clothing, shaving gear and other hygiene items, reports stated.
According to reports, the officer stated it appeared that Carter was living in the fenced yard.
The officer cited Carter on suspicion of first degree trespass and warned him not to trespass on the property again.
Carter left his items there and told the officer he would return to retrieve them later, reports stated.
A UA employee called university police Thursday after someone stole items from a University of Arizona building.
The man said he was at the Student Recreation Center, 1400 E. Sixth St., at about 6:25 p.m. when he padlocked his belongings in a locker in the men's locker room, reports stated.
When he returned to his locker at 6:55 p.m., a different lock was on the locker, reports stated.
A recreation center employee cut the lock off the locker, and when the employee opened the locker, he noticed items missing, reports stated.
His Arizona driver license, CatCard, three credit cards, wallet, $40 in cash and padlock were missing.
He told police he would give them his credit card account numbers in case someone tried to use the cards.
A UA employee called police Thursday after someone broke into his car and stole his parking permit.
The man said he left his car parked in a lot at 1601 E. Sixth St. at about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday and when he returned at 7:30 p.m., his Zone 1 parking permit was missing, reports stated.
He didn't see anyone suspicious in the area when he returned to the car, reports stated.
He also told police that his driver's side door doesn't lock. No other items were missing from his car, reports stated.
Police responded to a UA employee's call Thursday about a stolen microphone from a UA building.
Police went to the Biological Sciences West building, 1041 E. Lowell St., to speak with the employee, who told the officer that the Sony wireless microphone was stolen sometime between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m., reports stated.
He said the microphone is valued at an estimated $750 and was usually secured, but since there was no damage to the area where it is stored, it was probably left open, reports stated.
The employee also told police that the microphone is used by different professors, but there is no way to tell who used it last, reports stated.
A UA student called UAPD Thursday after someone in another vehicle hit hers while her car was parked.
The student told police she left her Toyota Corolla parked in a lot at 1330 N. Park Ave. at about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday and when she returned at 9 a.m. Thursday, her car had been damaged, reports stated.
The officer at the scene noticed a small amount of red paint transfer near a dent in the rear center of the car that was consistent with a vehicle accident, reports stated.
The dent in the rear was estimated to be approximately two feet by two feet in size, reports stated.
There was no note left on the car and none of the vehicles in the area looked like they had hit the student's car, reports stated.
Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports.
Dylan McKinley can be reached at Dylan.McKinley@wildcat.arizona.edu