The UA Police Department arrested one student, one UA staff member and a person not affiliated with the university between Feb. 6-12, according to the UAPD Daily Crime Log.

There were also three reports of theft, one report of breaking or entering and two reports of criminal mischief.

UAPD arrested a student in Pomfret Hall on charges of public intoxication and on charges of minor in possession Feb. 10.

A staff member was arrested in Lot 68 on warrant for fraud, insufficient funds check and violation of Arkansas Hot Check Law, a law against writing fraudulent checks, out of Fayetteville Police Department Feb. 7.

On Feb. 9 a non-affiliated person was arrested on warrant on Oliver Avenue north of Maple Street.

UAPD received three reports of theft between Feb. 6-11.

A student reported that someone stole her laptop computer while it was unattended in an elevator lobby in Champions Hall, and a staff member reported that a non-affiliated person removed merchandise from the shelf in the Razorback Shop in the Arkansas Union and presented it to the cashier requesting and obtaining a refund Feb. 6.

On Feb. 10 a student reported someone stole her clothes while her laundry was unattended in a laundry room in Yocum Hall.

There was one report of breaking or entering Feb. 10. A student reported someone stole coins and a granola bar from her vehicle while the vehicle was parked in Lot 72.

UAPD received two reports of criminal mischief Feb. 8. A student reported someone damaged the windshield on his vehicle while the vehicle was parked in Lot 47N, and a student reported someone damaged the passenger door and rear bumper of his vehicle while the vehicle was parked in Lot 74D.

There were no crimes reported to UAPD Feb. 11.

Tegan Shockley is a staff reporter for the Arkansas Traveler, where she has been a staff reporter since 2017.

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