Two UA students called university police on Thursday after an unknown man called and verbally harassed them, police reports stated.
The women were in their room at Manzanita-Mohave Residence Hall, 1000 N. Park Ave., at about 11:25 p.m. when the phone rang.
The woman who answered the phone said all she could hear was heavy breathing, and she thought it might be one of her roommate's friends playing a joke, reports stated.
She gave the phone to her roommate, and the roommate asked who the caller was.
While she was asking, the man whispered, "I want to fuck you. I want to fuck your pussy," reports stated.
She immediately hung up the phone and picked the receiver back up to report the incident to UAPD, reports stated.
The woman told police the call was still connected, but she heard nothing; she waited until about 11:34 to call police, reports stated.
The officer asked her to dial star-57 if the man calls again to trace the call for a phone number.
Neither woman had any idea who the caller was.
A man called a UA student Thursday at her residence hall room and verbally harassed her, reports stated.
The woman said she was in her room at Coronado Residence Hall, 822 E. Fifth St., at about 11:25 p.m. when she received the obscene phone call.
She said when she picked up the phone, the man said, "I want to fuck you. I want to lick your pussy," reports stated.
The woman told police that she wasn't positive that the man was who she thought he was, but he might be a person who had called her in the past when she didn't want him to, reports stated.
The woman pressed star-57 after the call, but it wasn't traced successfully.
The officer told her to call UAPD again if the man calls back.
Police do not know if the call is from the same man who made a similar call to two women at Manzanita-Mohave Residence Hall on Thursday.
Police spoke on Thursday with a UA student after a woman called her and harassed her, reports stated.
The woman said she was in her room at Manzanita-Mohave Residence Hall, 1000 N. Park Ave., at about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday when the woman called her and said, "You are a bitch; everyone knows it, die," reports stated.
She dialed star-57 to attempt to trace the number, but it was unsuccessful.
On Thursday, a male friend called the student and said he received a phone message from a female who said she was the student, reports stated.
The woman said she didn't call him, so the man played the recorded message for her, reports stated.
The woman immediately recognized the voice was the same as the female who called her Tuesday, reports stated.
She called UAPD and an officer told her to try star-57 again if the woman calls back and if she gets two more recorded messages from the female, the Center of Computer and Information Technology can try to determine who made the calls, reports stated.
A UA student called UAPD Thursday after someone broke into his car and stole personal belongings from him, reports stated.
The man said he left his car parked in a lot at 1050 E. Ninth St. at about 9 a.m. and when he returned at about 3:30 p.m., the lock on his driver's side door had been pried open and his car was broken into.
His AM/FM tape deck valued at an estimated $200, his $30 compact disc changer remote control and his $50 Motorola cellular phone were missing.
The compact disc changer in his trunk was not stolen.
Along with the lock on his driver's side door, the area around the lock was damaged, reports stated.
No fingerprints were found on the car.