By Arek Sarkissian II
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Tuesday March 11, 2003
A UA student was arrested Sunday morning on charges of underage drinking after an officer saw him urinating on the wall of a fraternity house, reports stated.
An officer was driving down North Vine Avenue from East First Street when he saw the student urinating on the wall of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1509 E. Second St., in plain view of the street, reports stated. The only identification the student had was fake. He told police that he used it to drink at two local bars, reports stated. The student was cited and released.
A UA student called police Sunday afternoon to report that money and a Sam's Club card were stolen from her residence hall room, reports stated.
The student told police that she went out for dinner with friends on Friday and when she returned, put her black wallet on a desk in her room at Coronado Residence Hall, 855 E. Fifth St. She then left again and didn't return until Sunday, reports stated. When she returned, the wallet was partially open, and as much as $70, as well as her Sam's Club card, was missing, reports stated. The student told police she doesn't suspect her roommate as the culprit, and that RAs in the hall checked the hallway's security tapes but did not see anything suspicious during the time she was gone, reports stated. Police have no suspects.
A Tucson man was arrested Sunday after police discovered that he had an outstanding warrant, reports stated.
Police responded to the scene on the 600 block of North Euclid Avenue after several passersby reported seeing men drinking in public and shouting at motorists. Officers found three males on the block who said they had been drinking, reports stated. Police ran a warrant check on each of the men and discovered that the Tucson Police Department had issued a warrant for one of the men's arrest after he failed to appear for drug and weapons charges, reports stated.
The man was arrested and taken to Pima County Jail.
A student's car was damaged Sunday in a Zone 1 lot, reports stated. The student called police on Sunday and told them that she left her 2002 Volkswagen Jetta in the lot at about midnight, and when she returned at about 5:45 p.m., she found the driver side rear panel kicked in, reports stated.
Officers found a partial footprint where the dent was made, reports stated.
The student told police she doesn't know who would do the damage and currently doesn't have any enemies, reports stated. There are no suspects.
A student called police on Friday to report her car stereo was stolen while her vehicle was parked in the street.
The student told police she parked her car on the 1100 block of North Vine Avenue at about 7 p.m. and returned just before midnight to find that the stereo from her 1998 Dodge Neon was stolen, reports stated. Her driver side window was broken, reports stated.
The student did not have a serial number on the stereo that could be put in a national database.
Police have no suspects.
Early Saturday morning, a student was ordered to complete the diversion program for underage drinking.
Tucson Police and University of Arizona Police Departments were following up on an aggravated assault call when they noticed the student with an open can of Keystone in a parking lot, reports stated.
Prior contact with the student led Tucson Police to believe that the student was underage. Two unopened cans of Keystone were also found in his pocket, reports stated.
He was diverted to the Dean of Students office.
A student called police on Saturday after "Greg" asked her to help him "jack off," reports stated.
The student contacted police via telephone to report that the man called her at her residence hall, 910 E. Fifth St.
She told police she immediately hung up the phone but did not know about *57, which can trace an incoming phone call should law enforcement need to get involved. Officers told the student to contact police and dial *57 should the phone calls persist. Police have no suspects.
A Tucson man was arrested for warrants on Saturday after he walked into the UAPD to turn himself in.
The man came into the University of Arizona Police Department lobby on Saturday morning and told dispatchers that he wanted to turn himself in for outstanding warrants issued by Tucson Police for failing to appear on alcohol related charges and giving a false report to police, reports stated.
After dispatchers confirmed the warrants, the man was arrested and taken to Pima County Jail.
Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department Records. For a complete list of UAPD activity, the daily resum can be found at www.uapd.arizona.edu.