Police Beat

By Kimberly Miller

Arizona Daily Wildcat

A routine traffic stop Friday afternoon led to the arrest of two 20-year-old students for an outstanding warrant and possession of a fictitious license.

Hollie Kelly, of the 900 block of North Euclid Avenue, was pulled over by police for having a faulty headlight. A check showed she had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court on a charge of using the telephone to threaten and intimidate someone.

Kelly was arrested, taken to pre-trial services and released.

When police moved her car to a safe area after the arrest they noticed a North Carolina license belonging to Amy Evans, also of the 900 block of North Euclid Avenue, that showed her age as 22.

An investigation showed the license to be fake and Evans was asked to come to the police station for questioning.

Evans told police that she bought the license from a man selling them in a hotel room. Evans was cited for possession of a fictitious driver's license and released.


A student reported her 1987 Jeep Cherokee was stolen between Thursday night and Friday morning from the parking lot at the Gamma Phi Beta sorority, 1535 E. First St.

The student said she parked her car in the lot at 7 p.m. Thursday and when she returned 10 a.m. Friday the Jeep was missing. She told police there was broken glass on the ground where her Jeep was parked. The value of the Jeep is unknown.

Police have no suspects.


Someone stole the wrought-iron letter E from the front wall of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, 1509 E. Second St., early Friday morning.

A member of the fraternity called police when he noticed the letter missing at 10 a.m. Friday. He said it was definitely still there at 1 a.m.

Police have no suspects but members said they believe it may be a prank by another fraternity.


A Jostens sample class ring was stolen Thursday afternoon from the Jostens stand in the ASUA Bookstore breezeway.

An employee of Jostens called police after she noticed the $386 ring missing from its sample case. The employee said she believes the ring was stolen when a large group of people gathered around the stand to examine rings between 11 a.m. and 11:45 a.m

Police have no suspects.

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

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