UA Police Department officers arrested seven students and five non-affiliated people and received two reports of harassment between Nov. 16-27, according to the UAPD Daily Crime Log.

Police arrested a student Nov. 17 on North Garland Avenue south of Douglas Street on charges of a minor in possession of alcohol. 

UAPD officers arrested a student Nov. 19 in Lot 64 on charges of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. 

Officers arrested a student Nov. 19 in Yocum Hall on charges of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. 

UAPD arrested a student Nov. 21 in Lot 56 on charges of driving while intoxicated and being a minor in possession of alcohol.

Officers arrested a student Nov. 22 at Alpha Omicron Pi sorority on charges of being a minor in possession of alcohol. 

UAPD arrested a student Nov. 22 in Maple Hill South on charges of possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. 

Officers arrested a student Nov. 22 in Lot 24 on charges of public intoxication.

Police arrested a non-affiliated person Nov. 20 at the Poultry Science Circle Drive on previous charges and on charges of driving while intoxicated and refusing to submit to a chemical test. 

UA Police arrested a non-affiliated person Nov. 22 in Lot 24 on charges of a minor in possession of alcohol. 

UAPD arrested a non-affiliated person Nov. 24 in Lot 28 on charges of public intoxication and a minor in possession of alcohol.

UA Police arrested a non-affiliated person Nov. 26 for driving with a suspended license on Arkansas Avenue south of Maple Street. 

UAPD arrested a non-affiliated person Nov. 26 in Lot 7 on previous charges. 

A student reported Nov. 18 that an acquaintance ripped her blouse and harassed her by making unwanted phone calls on Nov. 17. The case is active. 

A student reported Nov. 21 that an acquaintance harassed her at the Arkansas Union on Nov. 18. The case is active. 

A staff member reported Nov. 20 that someone damaged a pay station on the sixth level of the Harmon Avenue Parking Garage on Nov. 17.

A student reported to UAPD on Nov. 18 that someone stole his bicycle from the Arkansas Union lower east side bike rack on Nov. 15. 

A student reported Nov. 18 that someone broke into his vehicle and stole his UA parking decal Nov. 14.

A student reported Nov. 24 that someone stole her motor scooter from Lot 72 on Nov. 22.

A student reported Nov. 26 that someone broke into his car in Lot 99 and damaged the interior.

A staff member reported Nov. 24 that someone stole his watch from his room in Adohi Hall B on Nov. 23. The case is active. 

A non-affiliated person reported Nov. 24 that an acquaintance stole her hoodie out of a restaurant employee locker room in Founders Hall on Nov. 24. The case is active. 

Police received a report from Campus Security Authorities on Nov. 25 that a student was found in possession of a controlled substance Nov. 13 in Lot 64. The student received a judicial referral. 

UAPD received a report from CSA on Nov. 25 that five students were found in possession of alcohol Nov. 16 in Adohi Hall A. The students received judicial referrals. 

UAPD received a report from CSA on Nov. 25 that one student was found in possession of alcohol Nov. 21 in Adohi Hall B. The student received a judicial referral.

UAPD received a report from CSA on Nov. 25 that four students were in possession of alcohol in Humphreys Hall on Nov. 24. All four students received a judicial referral. 

There were no crimes reported Nov. 16, Nov. 23 or Nov. 25.

Abby Zimmardi is a staff reporter for the Arkansas Traveler, where she has been a staff reporter since April 2019.

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