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By Jesse Lewis
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Tuesday, October 5, 2004
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A student received a phone call from an unknown man who pretended to know her at Kaibab-Huachuca Residence Hall, 922 E. Fourth St., late Friday night, reports stated.

The man told her his name, and the student knows a few people by the name so she didn't think the call was suspicious at first, reports stated.

He asked her if she wanted to do anything that night and she agreed. When the man asked her where she wanted to meet, the student became suspicious.

The student asked the man who he was and he repeated the same name with no last name.

He asked the student if he could come pick her up, but he didn't know where she lived and the student said no. He asked her what she would do if he came anyway and the student said she would call the police and hung up, reports stated.

The man called back approximately two minutes later and told her the pajamas she was wearing were cute. The student said she wasn't wearing any pajamas, reports stated.

The caller's voice was casual up to that point, but then it became serious.

The man asked the student why she was "being a bitch," and asked her how she expected to meet people if she wouldn't hang out, reports stated.

The man asked again if he could pick her up and she said no and hung up.

The student was able to trace the call, but police were unable to reach the man, reports stated.

The student said she could hear several male voices in the background when the man called, but did not think they were involved, reports stated.

Police told her to contact UAPD if she received any more phone calls and told her to dial *57 to trace the call in the future, reports stated.

Police have no suspects or witnesses.


A $2,000 Apple laptop was stolen from a room in the Art building, 1031 N. Olive Road, Friday afternoon, reports stated.

An employee left the computer in an unlocked office for five minutes, and when he returned it was gone.

A student sitting outside the building saw another student leave with a large white box.

Police contacted the student with the box and he told them he had picked up an art project from the building and used the box to transport it home, reports stated.

He denied taking the computer.

No fingerprints were found on the desk where the computer was sitting.

Police have no suspects or witnesses.


A student was followed by an unknown man who told her he wanted to have sex with her in his car Friday afternoon near Gentle Ben's restaurant, 865 E. University Blvd., reports stated.

The student said the man followed her for eight blocks making sexual comments toward her, reports stated.

The student said she told the man repeatedly to stop following her, reports stated.

The man stopped following her when she saw a group of people and ran to them, reports stated.

The student said she had never seen the man before that day, reports stated.


A gold Dodge pickup truck was stolen from the second level of the Second Street Garage, 1340 E. Second St., sometime Thursday or Friday, reports stated.

The pickup was parked in the garage at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, and when the owner returned Friday at 4 p.m. the truck was gone.

There are scratches and a slight dent on the passenger side door of the truck.

Police issued a search for the vehicle Saturday.

Police have no suspects or witnesses.


An employee of the Little Chapel of All Nations, 1052 N. Highland Ave., found many broken bottles in the building's parking lot when she arrived at 8:50 a.m. Friday, reports stated.

Police saw many green, brown and clear colored glass shards and broken bottles in the parking lot.

The employee said she wanted the incident documented because the same incident happened the week before, reports stated.

Police asked a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, whose house is next door to the chapel, if he knew anything about the glass.

The member said he did not and that he would ask other residents if they knew anything, reports stated.


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.



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