By Laura Ingalls
Arizona Daily Wildcat
A 21-year-old man who said he "didn't inhale" was arrested for smoking marijuana at the UA football game Saturday.
Police are seeking charges of possession of marijuana against Kenneth M. White of the 2300 block of East Helen Street.
White was reportedly fleeing from a security guard when police caught him in the stadium crowd. Police noticed physical signs of White using marijuana, including the the smell of burnt marijuana on his fingertips.
He told police a girl handed him the cigarette. He reportedly said, "I didn't inhale. I just had it to my mouth."
Police are seeking charges of driving under the influence and driving under the influence of an illegal blood alcohol content against 23-year-old Heather R. Heinbuch of the 2000 block of East River Road.
Police arrested Heinbuch after they saw her car swerve repeatedly across the divider line on North Campbell Avenue near East Sixth Street and jerk when it shifted gears.
Heinbuch reportedly admitted to having several drinks that evening.
A $1,800 laptop computer and case were taken from a phone booth Sunday in the Law Building lobby, 1201 E. Speedway Boulevard.
The owner said she was using the phone and looked away for a few seconds at about 7:10 p.m. When she looked back the computer and a woman in an adjacent phone booth were gone.
Two fraternity members were arrested early Saturday after damaging the fire safety system in their own house.
Police are seeking charges of criminal damage against John B. Buckes, no age available, and Joseph C. Yasinski, 20, both of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house in the 1500 block of North Vine Avenue.
Witnesses told police they saw the two men tearing sirens, smoke detectors and other fire equipment from the ceiling.
When police arrived they heard Buckes complain about someone throwing beer in his face, which alerted police to his involvement in the incident.
Damage was estimated at about $800.
A backpack containing a 35 millimeter camera, $30 in cash, two wallets and a pair of prescription sunglasses was stolen at Saturday's football game.
The owner told police she left the backpack and its contents, which are valued at $685, under her stadium seat.
Police have no suspects.
Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports.
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