A student was arrested for underage drinking around 1 a.m. Saturday after an officer saw him stumbling at East Fourth Street and North Vine Avenue, reports stated.
The officer saw the man stumbling southbound on Cherry Avenue and then westbound on Fourth Street before urinating in public, reports stated.
The officer that responded found two cans and one bottle of beer on the man. The man admitted that he had been drinking that night, reports stated.
The student was cited and released for minor in possession and minor in consumption of alcohol.
A man was arrested on assault charges after he hit another man outside of the UA football game near East Sixth Street and North National Championship Drive Saturday morning, reports stated.
The men were selling tickets to the game. One of the men said that every time he would try to sell a ticket, the other man would yell, "tickets." He told the other man to stop and the other man punched him in the face, reports stated.
Police spoke to the second man, and he said the first man, "came up to me and was giving me shit," and would not answer any more questions.
When asked whether he hit the man, he said "What would you do if someone was giving you shit?" reports stated.
The first man said he would press charges and the other man was cited and released.
The support bracket of a rain gutter broke and hit a man in the head at the UA football game, 540 N. Vine Ave., Saturday afternoon, reports stated.
When police arrived, they saw a significant amount of blood coming from the back of the man's head and a little from his left arm, reports stated.
Trainers from the Wisconsin team provided gauze and kept pressure on the man's cuts until medical personnel arrived.
The man was transported to Tucson Medical Center and received several staples in his head to treat the wound. He was ok and released to his father, reports stated.
The bracket on the gutter broke due to mass amounts of water from the storm and the area was roped off. Facilities Management removed the rest of the gutter.
Someone stole a student's Web registration ID to access the student's account and drop all of the student's classes at 4:07 p.m. on Friday, reports stated.
The student went online on Sunday and noticed someone had accessed her account the day before. Upon further investigation, she found that all of her classes had been dropped, reports stated.
The student said she suspected a former UA student of the act.
She said that he was a past friend of hers and that he had seen her log into WebReg several times before, but she was unsure if he knew her password.
The woman filed a stalking report against the student with UAPD in late January.
She said she hadn't seen the student since New Year's Eve 2004.
The student had no other suspect or witness information.
Someone wrote "Kill Bush" with a black Sharpie on the steps and pillar on the north side of McClelland Hall, 1130 E. Helen St., sometime Thursday, reports stated.
An employee found the graffiti at 5 a.m. Friday and said he had not seen it when they swept the stairs the day before at 5 a.m., reports stated.
No photos were taken, and police have no suspects or witnesses.
A woman's blue Nissan Sentra was stolen from Tyndall Garage, 880 E. Fourth St., sometime Saturday morning, reports stated.
The woman said she parked her car in the garage at 11 a.m. and when she returned one hour later it was gone. She did find some glass on the ground where her car was parked.
Police searched Tyndall garage and the Main Gate Garage, 815 E. Second St., but did not find anything.
Police have no suspects or witnesses.
Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports. A complete list of UAPD activity can be found daily at http://www.uapd.arizona.edu.