Police Beat

By Kimberly Miller

Arizona Daily Wildcat

Police responded to Babcock Residence Hall early Thursday morning after receiving a report of a resident falling from a third floor balcony.

When police arrived, they saw a nude female standing underneath a balcony on the east side of the building. Police said the student looked confused and when they asked her to put some clothes on she said, "Don't tell me what to do." At this point, another female threw a bathrobe down to the student but she refused to put it on and instead began running away.

Police chased her until she came to a fence. Police said she then clung to the fence and started yelling, "You guys, there is not enough culture." Police began to suspect she was on drugs because all attempts at rational communication with her failed.

After attempting several times to remove the student from the fence police handcuffed her and wrapped a blanket around her.

Paramedics arrived and transported the student to University Medical Center where she told doctors she had taken "Acid 27."

She was treated and released later in the day.

Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports.

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