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Friday April 20, 2001

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Police Beat

By Rachel Schick

Arizona Daily Wildcat

A UA student returned to his dorm room yesterday, shortly after his roommate moved out, to find several of his personal belongings vandalized.

The officer met with the student at his room in Navajo Residence Hall, 1557 E. Sixth St., reports stated.

Ten posters in the room had been damaged, along with the student's telephone, reports stated.

The student told the officer he thought his roommate caused the damage out of revenge.

The student said he assisted in the arrest of his roommate for possession of marijuana and his roommate was supposed to be moved out by 5 p.m. yesterday because of it, reports stated.

Every poster was written on with a ball-point pen. Four posters had diagonal lines drawn on them from the bottom left corner to the top right corner, reports stated.

A black and white photograph of the student's younger brother had "(he) violates me all the time" written on it, reports stated.

An "OPM" poster had "(he) has man breasts" and "(he) has giant man breasts actually" written on it, reports stated.

A poster of "Pinky and the Brain" had male genitalia drawn on Pinky and the student's name was written on the poster with an arrow pointing to Pinky's rear end, reports stated.

A "Jimmie's Chicken Shack" poster that was signed by the artist, valued at $50, had "(girl's name) is ugly" written in ballpoint pen across the hood of the car in the picture, reports stated.

The student said the girl's name was his girlfriend's, reports stated.

Other posters had words written on them that said the student's girlfriend was ugly and the student was a loser, reports stated.

The student's telephone was laying in the corner on the floor and the phone battery and cover were missing. The student said he thought his roommate threw the phone across the room to cause the damage, reports stated.

A written exam was found in the dorm room that belonged to the student's roommate. The officer noticed the handwriting on the test was similar to the writing on the posters, reports stated.


A UA student's car was vandalized and her stereo was stolen yesterday from where it was parked in a campus garage.

The student parked her blue 1995 Toyota Corolla at around 10:30 a.m. on the third floor of the Tyndall Garage, 880 E. Fourth St., reports stated.

The student said she locked all her doors before leaving her car, reports stated.

She returned to her car at about 3:15 p.m. and noticed that her front passenger window was broken, reports stated.

As the student inspected her car further she found the face plate to her compact disc player missing. In addition, the dash mount was removed from the dash molding, reports stated.

The Pioneer stereo face plate was valued at $400 and the front passenger window was valued at $150, reports stated.

The officer was not able to find any usable prints on the car, reports stated.


A refrigerator was reported stolen Sunday from a UA student's campus dorm room.

The reporting officer met with the student at her room in Apache-Santa Cruz Residence Hall, 1440 E. Fifth St., reports stated.

The student said she left her dorm room at 1 a.m. Sunday. The student told the officer that she never locks her door and she did not lock it on Sunday, reports stated.

When the student returned at 11 a.m. she discovered that her small refrigerator was missing along with its contents, reports stated.

The refrigerator, valued at $300, contained soda, eggs and lunch meat, reports stated.

The student reported the incident to her hall director. There were no suspects or witnesses at the time, reports stated.


A UA employee found damage to a campus classroom yesterday.

The employee, a UA custodian, reported to police that she found a table and chair damaged in the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building, 1130 N. Mountain Ave., at about 4 a.m., reports stated.

The face of the table counter-top was broken off and missing. In addition, a stool was missing its back.

The custodian said she thought the broken stool had caused the damage to the table, reports stated.

She added that the damage was new. There is no suspect information, reports stated.

Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department Records. For a complete list of UAPD activity, the daily resume can be found at w3.arizona.edu/%7Euapd/Daily%20Resume.htm