Crime Log

UA Police Department officers arrested three students and investigated crimes at two construction sites on campus between April 1-7, according to the UAPD Daily Crime Log.

Police arrested a student in the Harmon Avenue Parking Garage on April 2 on charges of possessing marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Officers arrested another student in Futrall Hall on April 6 on charges of possessing marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

A student was arrested April 7 in Lot 47N on a Fayetteville Police Department warrant for driving with a suspended or revoked license.

A Campus Security Authority reported that one student under the age of 21 was found intoxicated in Pomfret Hall on April 1.

CSAs are UA faculty or staff who report information about crimes to UAPD for statistical purposes, but UAPD officers do not investigate these reports.

A CSA also reported that an underaged student was in possession of alcohol in Clark Hall on April 4.

Police arrested a person not affiliated with the UofA on April 1 in the parking lot of the Campus Studio Apartments on Leverett Avenue on charges of driving while intoxicated and refusing to submit to a chemical test.

Officers arrested a non-affiliated person April 3 at 400 W. 15th St. on charges of theft by receiving.

A non-affiliated person was arrested April 5 at the Shell gas station at 1417 W. Martin Luther King Blvd. on charges of possessing marijuana.

A staff member reported April 3 that someone broke a window at 639 W. Martin Luther King Blvd.

A student reported someone scratched the side of her car while it was parked at the intersection of Oakland Avenue and Douglas Street on April 4.

A construction contractor at the Stadium Drive Residence Halls construction site reported April 5 that someone tried to break into his work trailer.

A student reported April 5 that someone stole the rear tail light lens from his vehicle while it was parked in Lot 50.

A construction worker at the Delta Gamma sorority house construction site reported that another worker hit them in the face April 6. The same day, a worker at the site reported someone broke into a job box and stole a pouch containing a laser, a cordless drill, a light and batteries.

A non-affiliated person reported April 6 that someone stole her cell phone from Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.


Grant Lancaster is the Digital Managing Editor of the Arkansas Traveler. Grant began work at the Traveler as a reporter in 2017 and went on to work as a senior staff reporter and news editor from 2018-2019.

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