UA Police Department officers arrested 11 students and 10 people not affiliated with the university and received two reports of rape between Aug. 25 and Sept. 5, according to the UAPD Daily Crime Log.

UAPD officers arrested a student Aug. 25 on Maple Street west of Leverett Avenue on charges of possession of a controlled substance, furnishing, possessing or using prohibited articles and possession of Lorazepam, Tramadol and MDMA.

Officers arrested a student Aug. 25 in Yocum Hall on charges of possession of alcohol and public intoxication.

Officers arrested a student Aug. 26 on charges of public intoxication and minor in possession of alcohol on North Garland Avenue north of Maple Street.

Officers arrested a student Aug. 29 in Adohi Hall B on charges of possession of a fraudulent or altered personal identification document and possession of alcohol.

Officers arrested a student Aug. 29 on charges of public intoxication and minor in possession of alcohol southeast of Maple Hill South.

Officers arrested a student Aug. 30 on Meadow Street west of Stadium Drive on charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Officers arrested a student Aug. 30 on the grounds southeast of Humphreys Hall on charges of public intoxication and possession of alcohol.

Officers arrested a student Aug. 31 in Pomfret Hall D-Wing on charges of public intoxication.

Officers arrested a student Sept. 1 in Yocum Hall on charges of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and a warrant for failure to appear in court.

Officers arrested a student Sept. 2 in Lot 50 on a warrant for failing to appear in court.

Officers arrested a student Sept. 3 in Adohi Hall Building A on charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Officers arrested a person not affiliated with the UofA Aug. 25 at the intersection of Maple Street and Leverett Avenue on charges of driving while intoxicated and possession of a controlled substance.

Officers arrested a juvenile who is not affiliated with the UofA Aug. 30 in Union Station on charges of possession of a handgun on school property, theft by receiving, carrying a handgun and possession of a controlled substance.

Officers arrested a person not affiliated with the UofA Aug. 30 on Razorback Road South of Meadow Street on charges of trespassing.

Officers arrested a person not affiliated with the UofA Aug. 31 on Cleveland Street west of Hall Avenue on charges of public intoxication. 

Officers arrested two people not affiliated with the UofA Aug 31. They arrested one person in the Garland Avenue Parking Garage on charges of driving while intoxicated and another person at the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium on a warrant.

Officers arrested two people not affiliated with the UofA Sept. 4 in Lot 24A on charges of theft by receiving, fleeing, possessing an instrument of crime and theft of property. 

Officers arrested a person not affiliated with the UofA Sept. 5 on the grounds south of the Arkansas Union on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication.

Officers arrested a person not affiliated with the UofA  Sept. 5. in Lot 74C on a warrant for failure to appear in court and violating probation.

A staff member reported her wallet, checkbook, identification, insurance card, debit and credit cards were stolen from her purse in the Arkansas Union on Aug. 25. 

Campus Security Authorities found one student in Margaret Clark Hall in possession of alcohol on Aug. 25. The student was issued a judicial referral.

A security officer reported someone cut down a banner at the Phi Mu Sorority House on Aug. 26. UAPD identified the student who cut the banner down the same day.

Campus Security Authorities found nine students in possession of alcohol in Margaret Clark Hall on Aug. 28. The students were issued a judicial referral.

A student reported his motor scooter, scooter cover and sunglasses were stolen from Lot 41 on Aug. 28.

Campus Security Authorities received a report of a rape by an acquaintance in Maple Hill East on Aug. 29.

A student reported that someone stole a student’s Airpods from him as he was walking between the Arkansas Union and the Fine Arts Center on Aug. 29. The student chased down the individual and took the Airpods back.

A person who is not affiliated with the university reported someone stole his bike at the bike rack in Lot 64 on Aug. 29.

A representative of Fayetteville Veterans Home at UAMS Northwest Campus reported a resident struck another resident Aug. 29.

A student reported someone broke into his vehicle and stole his sunglasses, drawstring bag, soccer cleats and money Aug. 30.

A student reported someone vandalized his vehicle in Lot 53 on Aug. 30.

A person who is not affiliated with the university reported that they were grabbed by an acquaintance Aug. 31.

A person who is not affiliated with the university observed someone stealing a flag at Road Hog Park on Aug. 31. The person was chased and fled, and the person damaged the flag in the struggle.

UAPD received a report that a student was raped Sept. 2 in Holcombe Hall.

A student reported she awoke to someone in her room watching her sleep in Margaret Clark Hall on Sept. 2.

A student reported someone stole his bike from the bench on the Union Mall on Sept. 3.

A student reported someone stole a speaker, tent, generator, grill and a cornhole game from the Razorback Gardens on Sept. 4.

A student reported someone stole his wallet, identification and debit and credit cards at the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Enterprise Development on Sept. 5.

No crime was reported Aug. 27.

Abbi Ross is a staff reporter for the Arkansas Traveler, where she has been a staff reporter since March 2019.

Andrew Elkins is the associate news editor of the Arkansas Traveler. He worked as a reporter and photographer from 2018-2019.

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