By Jesse Lewis
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Tuesday, November 9, 2004
Two unknown males tore a bathroom stall door from its hinges on the sixth floor of Arizona-Sonora Residence Hall, 910 E. Fifth St., at 1 a.m. Friday, reports stated.
A student on the floor said he heard several people running up and down the hall and making a lot of noise, reports stated.
The student went into the bathroom and found the stall door removed from its hinges.
He said he didn't see who may have caused the damage, reports stated.
Police asked other people on the floor and no one saw who damaged the door, reports stated.
Police have no suspects or other witnesses.
A man waiting outside Pinal Residence Hall, 1511 E. Sixth St., to deliver food was struck by an egg by a passing car at 1:50 a.m. Friday, reports stated.
The man said when he was hit he looked to see where the egg came from and saw a silver car driving by, reports stated.
The car turned into the parking lot south of Apache-Santa Cruz Residence Hall and the man was able to get the license plate number of the vehicle, reports stated.
The car continued out of the lot and traveled in an unknown direction.
The man wanted to report the incident but did not desire prosecution.
A student was referred to the Dean of Students office for underage drinking at the Gamma Phi Beta sorority house, 1535 E. First St., just before 2 a.m. Friday, reports stated.
Door staff from Gentle Ben's saw the student, who appeared very intoxicated, almost fall over outside of Urban Outfitters, reports stated.
The student told the staff she lived at the sorority house and they took her home. The three men pounded on the front door of the house to find someone to care for the student, reports stated.
A resident of the house called police because they thought someone was trying to get in the house, reports stated.
When police arrived, the caller was outside with the door staff and confirmed the student was a member of the sorority and was only 19 years old.
The student was crying uncontrollably and could not articulate where she had been or how much alcohol she had consumed, reports stated.
Police smelled a strong odor of alcohol on the student's breath and body, reports stated.
Officers explained the diversion program to the student and told her she had been referred to it, reports stated.
Someone wrote graffiti on the partition separating two stalls in the men's bathroom of the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building, 1130 N. Mountain Ave., sometime before 7:30 a.m. Friday, reports stated.
A custodian in the building found the graffiti which read "Bush is terrorism and calonization," reports stated.
The custodian said the incident had to have occurred between 11 a.m. Wednesday and the time reported, reports stated. The custodian said he would clean the partition.
Police have no suspects or witnesses.
An employee in the English department, 1423 E. University Blvd., intercepted two suspicious letters addressed to the chair of the department Nov. 2, reports stated.
The letters were the third and fourth letters received from the same man in Kansas City, Mo., reports stated.
Both letters contained references to sex, oral sex, STDs and physical health, reports stated.
The first two letters were received by the same employee in September and October but were not saved, reports stated.
The first two letters had more religious references in them, the employee told police.
The chair of the department said she did not know the sender and the letters were placed into UAPD evidence.
The employee was told to report any other mailings from the sender, reports stated.
A student in Graham-Greenlee Residence Hall, 610 N. Highland Ave., received two harassing phone calls, which she suspected were from her ex-roommate, between 11:15 p.m. and 11:40 p.m. Thursday, reports stated.
The student believed her ex-roommate was harassing her because of threats to tell the RA she was drinking underage in the hall, reports stated.
The student said she just wanted the phone calls to stop, reports stated.
Police contacted the ex-roommate, who denied making any phone calls to the student, reports stated.
The ex-roommate said she and the student had mutually decided to stop being roommates and she didn't even know where the student had moved, reports stated.
Police told the ex-roommate there was no proof she had made the calls, but if she had made the calls, she needed to stop because they were offending her former roommate, reports stated. The student said the caller sounded like her ex-roommate but she was not 100 percent sure it was her, reports stated.
Police told the student there was no evidence of a crime and told the student if it was the ex-roommate making the calls, police presence may have discouraged her from continuing, reports stated.
Police told the student to wait and see if the calls continued and to contact UAPD if so.
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.