Crime Log

UA Police Department Officers arrested three students and two non-affiliated people and received five reports of theft between Dec. 12-18, according to the UAPD Daily Crime Log.

UAPD arrested a student Dec. 14 in Maple Hill West on charges of public intoxication and a minor in possession of alcohol.

Officers arrested a student Dec. 14 in Founders Hall on charges of public intoxication and a minor in possession of alcohol.

Police arrested a student Dec. 18 at the South Creekside Apartments parking lot on charges of driving while intoxicated.

UA police arrested a non-affiliated person Dec. 12 at the south entry of Bud Walton Arena on charges of an arrest on warrant.

Police arrested a non-affiliated person Dec. 14 on North Garland Avenue on charges of driving while intoxicated.

A non-affiliated person reported Dec. 15 that someone wrote on her car and keyed her doors.

A non-affiliated person reported Dec. 12 that someone left a threatening note on her windshield in Lot 58.

A UAMS Northwest staff member reported Dec. 13 that an acquaintance stole drug equipment from a storage closet in UAMS.

A student reported Dec. 13 that someone stole her laptop from David W. Mullins Library.

A non-affiliated person reported Dec. 14 that someone broke into his vehicle and stole several items.

A student reported Dec. 18 that someone stole his bike from the bike rack on campus grounds northeast of the Mechanical Engineering building.

A student reported Dec. 18 that someone stole his shoes from the laundry room in Pomfret Hall D.

UAPD received no reports Dec. 16-17.

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

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