A UA student called UAPD Wednesday after someone used funds from her bank account without her approval, reports stated.
The student told police she received a statement from her bank, Bank One, that said she charged $49.95 to a company called W.R.S. Web Services.
She contacted W.R.S. and was told the charges were for another company called "Mondo Porn," reports stated.
The student told police she had been charged erroneously twice before this incident and is willing to bring bank statements for evidence, reports stated.
The UAPD is investigating the incident and is looking for a computer I.P. address to locate a suspect.
Police arrested a man Wednesday during a check in a UA building, reports stated.
The officer was walking through the Main Library, 1510 E. University Blvd., at about 3:21 a.m. when he saw a man sleeping for about three minutes, reports stated.
He approached the sleeping man, later identified as Alevandro Granillo, 28, of the 6200 block of East Southland Boulevard, and asked him if he was a UA student.
Granillo told the officer he is a UA student, but he didn't have his CatCard with him at the time, reports stated.
As the officer contacted UAPD dispatch to find out if he is a student, Granillo admitted he wasn't a student, reports stated.
Granillo also told the officer he knew he wasn't supposed to be in the building because of a sign at the front of the library he saw that states only UA students and faculty are allowed in the Main Library between 1 a.m. and 7 :30 a.m., reports stated.
Granillo was cited on suspicion of criminal trespassing at the UA Main Library and released at the scene.
University police responded to a UA parking lot Wednesday after items were stolen from a UA student's car, police reports stated.
The student told police she parked her car at about 3 p.m. Sunday in a lot at 1651 E. Enke Drive, and when she returned to her 1995 BMW four-door sedan at about 11 a.m. Tuesday, her car had been damaged, and parts of it had been removed, reports stated.
Her front and rear hood ornaments and both right-side hubcaps had been stolen, and scratches were found in the hood of her car near where the hood ornament was placed.
No fingerprints were found on the car.
A UA student called UAPD Wednesday after someone stole his wallet from his bag while he was in a campus building, reports stated.
The student told police he was at the Main Library, 1510 E. University Blvd., at about 11 p.m. Tuesday when he left his backpack to go to the bathroom, reports stated.
When he returned about 10 minutes later, his wallet was missing from the backpack.
His California driver license, Bank of America check card, CatCard and $20 in cash were stolen with the wallet, but no other belongings were taken from the bag.
The student told police he didn't see anyone suspicious in the area after he returned from the restroom, reports stated.
Police spoke with a UA student over the phone yesterday after the student said someone stole his cellular phone from him while he was in a campus building, reports stated.
The student said he was at the Modern Languages Building, 1423 E. University Blvd., at about 9:30 p.m. Monday when he "just left his bag for a moment," reports stated.
When he returned to his bag, his Nokia cell phone was missing.
The student told police he didn't notice anyone near the bag who might have taken his phone, reports stated.
The phone is valued at an estimated $200. The student said he would get a phone call list and the serial numbers for his phone to give to UAPD for evidence, reports stated.