Police Beat

By Kimberly Miller

Arizona Daily Wildcat

A man reported the theft of his 1985 Jeep Cherokee Monday from the parking lot at North Fremont Avenue and Lowell Street.

The owner told police he parked his $6,000 Jeep in the lot at 10 a.m. and when he returned at 4:30 p.m. it was gone. Other items in the Jeep, including a cellular phone, radar detector, and camera, were valued at $4,100.

Police have no suspects.

A member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, 1050 N. Mountain Ave., reported receiving a threatening phone call Monday night.

The victim said she was working the front desk at the sorority when a man called asking for one of the other members. When the victim told him she could take a message but could not connect him to the member's room, the caller became verbally abusive and told her, "I'm going to send someone over there to shoot you."

The member the caller was trying to reach told police she has been receiving phone calls from a man who approached her at a 7-11 store. She said the man said he knew who she was. She said she does not know the caller but has seen him with some of her friends.

Police are investigating.

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

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