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By Kristopher Califano

A UA student called police from a campus building Monday morning after her bicycle was stolen, reports stated.

The UA student told officers that her bike was taken from a room inside the Student Recreation Center, 1400 E. Sixth St. The bicycle was last seen at 3 p.m. on September 25, and she noticed it was missing at 9 a.m. Friday. The student told police the mountain bike was worth $280.

The room was kept locked from the public, but employees have complete access to the room. There is no evidence or suspects at this time, reports stated.

A residence assistant called police from a UA residence hall Wednesday night after a resident refused to turn down the volume of the music he was listening to, reports stated.

Officers made contact with the resident assistant outside of her room at Palm Shadows apartments, 1815 E. Speedway Blvd. She told police that earlier in the night she was disturbed by the volume of the student's music. She approached the resident and asked him to turn down his music. The resident assistant called police when she noticed that the music returned to an unacceptable volume later that night. She told officers that she had spoken to the resident on previous occasions concerning his loud music.

The resident assistant wishes to press charges against the resident for disorderly conduct.

Police attempted to contact the resident, but he was not in his apartment. Officers will attempt to arrest him later at the residence hall for disorderly conduct, reports stated.

Police were called to a UA building Wednesday afternoon after a computer had been tampered with, reports stated.

Officers spoke to a UA employee at the Family Consumer Resources building, 1110 E. South Campus Dr. The employee told police that the computer is mainly used to check e-mail by graduate students.

Someone created shortcuts to files and installed a video file that contains pornographic images, reports stated.

An unknown student attempted to open a Microsoft Word document when a pornographic video file opened instead.

Police concluded that there was no way to identify the person who tampered with the computer, but suggested to UA employees that they install a login device on the computer so users could be identified.

A UA student called police Wednesday afternoon after she noticed her CatCard was stolen from a UA building, reports stated.

The UA student left her CatCard and other belongings near the pool at the Student Recreation Center, 1400 E. Sixth St.

When the student returned to the pool area half an hour later the CatCard was gone, but her other belongings remained undisturbed. She told officers the card was worth $5, reports stated.

There are no suspects or witnesses at this time.

Police were called Wednesday morning after a UA student noticed her bicycle was stolen from a UA building, reports stated.

The student told police that she parked her bike on the east side of the Social Sciences building, 1145 E. South Campus Dr.

She used a U-lock to secure the bicycle's front tire to a bike rack at 10 a.m. When she returned 50 minutes later the bicycle was gone, but the tire and U-lock remained secured to the bicycle rack, reports stated.

There are no suspects at this time.

Police spoke with a UA student Wednesday evening after she noticed her vehicle had been tampered with at East Ninth Street and North Vine Avenue, reports stated.

The student spoke with officers at UAPD headquarters concerning her missing temporary Arizona license plate.

She last saw the license plate Saturday, and noticed it missing Wednesday evening. There are no suspects at this time, reports stated.

A UA employee called police Monday morning to report that vandalism had occurred outside of a UA building, reports stated.

The employee noticed that the hot dog cart's glass panel was smashed. The cart was located on the south side of the Harvill building, 1103 E. Second St. The hot dog cart was last seen intact at 7 a.m. Saturday, reports stated.

There are no suspects at this time.

Police beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports.