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Police Beat

By David Halperin
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Wednesday Jan. 16, 2002

A Circle K employee contacted police Monday to report that he found a baggie of marijuana on the floor of the convenience store, reports stated.

The employee told police he left the counter at 12:45 a.m to restock items in the Circle K, 1610 E. Sixth St., when he saw the baggie lying on the floor in front of the counter.

He said he did not know who dropped the baggie, and the security video was unable to show who owned the marijuana, reports stated.

Police placed the baggie of marijuana into evidence. There are no suspects or witnesses at this time, reports stated.

A University of Arizona student was cited for being a minor in possession of alcohol on Sunday after he told police he had several beers and just wanted to go to sleep, reports stated.

Police arrived to Apache-Santa Cruz Residence Hall, 1420 E. Fifth St., at 12:30 a.m. A resident assistant pointed out the student who appeared drunk, later identified as Andrew Terry, 18, a resident of the dorm.

When Terry saw police, he ran to the west side of the football stadium. Police later found Terry curled up against a pillar next to the stadium, reports stated.

Officers noticed Terry had red watery eyes, slurred speech and the smell of alcohol on his breath, reports stated.

Terry told police, "I drank too much for me, over a 12-pack of Coronas. I'm O.K., I just wanna go to bed," reports stated.

Terry said he drank in a dorm room but did not remember where or how he got the beer.

He was cited for being a minor in possession of alcohol and was taken to his room where he went to bed, reports stated.

A UA student called police Monday to report someone had thrown an egg at his car while it was parked in a campus parking garage, reports stated.

The student told officers he parked his car in the Cherry Avenue Garage, 1641 E. Enke Dr., at 3 a.m. When he returned to his car at 8 p.m., he found egg residue on his vehicle, reports stated.

The student said he did not know who threw the egg on his car.

There are no suspects or witnesses at this time, reports stated.

A UA student contacted Universty of Arizona Police Monday to report his $1,500 computer hard drive and $500 monitor were stolen from his dorm room while he was away on winter break, reports stated.

The student told officers he left his room at Coronado Residence Hall, 822 E. Fifth St., on Dec. 5. When he returned on Monday at 4:30 p.m., he discovered his computer and monitor had been stolen.

The student told police nothing else had been stolen from his room and that he would contact them in the future with the serial numbers of the items.

There are no suspects or witnesses at this time, reports stated.

A UA student contacted police Monday to report that her bicycle had been stolen reports stated.

The student told police she parked her bike at the racks on the east side of Graham-Greenlee Residence Hall, 610 N. Highland Ave., at 3 p.m. Sunday. When she returned at 10:45 a.m. Monday, she discovered the bike was stolen.

She told officers she did not see any suspicious activity in the area.

There are no suspects or witnesses at this time, reports stated.

Parking and Transportation Services contacted police Monday to inform them that a student claimed an employee was selling stolen parking permits, reports stated.

Police learned that at 10 a.m. Wednesday, a UA parking officer found a parking permit that was reported stolen inside a student's parked vehicle at 522 N. Tyndall Ave. The officer put a boot on the car.

The UA student who owned the car went to PTS to ask why her car had been booted. She was told the permit she had was reported stolen in September.

The student said she had purchased the permit from a thin, black male with short hair. She said he claimed to be a UA employee and had several permits still in the plastic wrap, reports stated.

On Friday, the student returned to PTS and said the man was White, not black, with dark hair, built like a football player, reports stated.

Police were asked to be present today for an interview with the student to determine if a UA employee was involved in selling lost or stolen parking permits.

No charges have been filed, and the case remains active, reports stated.

Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department Records. For a complete list of UAPD activity, the daily resumÄ can be found at


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