UA Police Department officers arrested seven students and two non-affiliated people and received one report of aggravated assault between Feb. 12-19, according to the UAPD Daily Crime Log.
A student reported Feb. 12 that a non-affiliated juvenile displayed a handgun outside the west entrance of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house before running off campus. The case was updated Feb. 16, and FPD arrested the juvenile on charges of their own in addition to UAPD’s charge of aggravated assault.
UA Police arrested a non-affiliated person Feb. 12 in Lot 44 on charges of an arrest on warrant.
Officers arrested a student Feb. 13 in Reid Hall on charges of public intoxication and a minor in possession of alcohol.
Police arrested a student Feb. 13 in Gregson Hall on charges of public intoxication.
UAPD officers arrested a student in the Science Engineering Hall Feb. 14 on a warrant for harassment and assault in the third degree.
Police arrested two students Feb. 15 in Maple Hill East on charges of being in possession of drug paraphernalia.
Officers arrested a student Feb. 16 in Adohi Hall on charges of a minor in possession of alcohol and public intoxication.
UAPD officers arrested a student Feb. 16 on Oakland Avenue at the intersection of Douglas Street on charges of public intoxication and a minor in possession of alcohol.
UA Police arrested a non-affiliated person Feb. 14 in Reid Hall on charges of criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.
A representative of the Arkansas State Veterans Home at UAMS Northwest Campus reported Feb. 12 that someone left a harassing message on his voicemail.
A Chartwells employee reported Feb. 12 that someone stole cash from an office in the Arkansas Union.
A student reported Feb. 12 that someone stole her laptop and notebooks from her vehicle in Lot 71.
A student reported Feb. 15 that his laundry basket was stolen from Adohi Hall.
A staff member reported Feb. 17 that the fence south of the Pauline Whitaker Science Center along the west fields of the Milo J. Shult Agricultural Research and Extension Center had been cut.