UA Police Department officers arrested one student and three non-affiliated people between Oct.19-24, according to the UAPD Daily Crime Log. 

Police arrested three people Oct. 19. A student was arrested in Lot 14 on charges of possession of a fraudulent or altered personal identification document. Two non-affiliated people were arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated, one in the Leverett Elementary School west parking lot and the other on Maple Street east of Leverett Avenue. 

Police arrested a non-affiliated person Oct. 21 at the Leverett Landing apartments parking lot on warrant.

A student reported Oct. 19 that someone stole his watch from his room in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house. 

A staff member reported Oct. 22 that someone stole her parking decal from her vehicle in Lot 44 Oct. 18. 

A staff member reported Oct. 23 that someone stole her iPad from her office in the Arkansas Union on Oct. 17. 

A student reported Oct. 24 that she purchased concert tickets online and the seller did not deliver the tickets.

UAPD received two reports from Campus Securities Authorities on Oct. 22 that 14 students  received judicial referrals for possession of alcohol in Maple Hill South, seven on Oct. 18 and seven on Oct. 22. 

Two CSA reports received Oct. 24 showed three students received judicial referrals for possession of alcohol, one student in Maple Hill East on Oct. 22 and two students in Pomfret Hall D-wing on Oct. 24. 

Police received no reports Oct. 20.

Abby Zimmardi is the multimedia editor for the Arkansas Traveler, where she previously worked as a staff reporter.

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