A University of Arizona Police Department officer went to Yuma Residence Hall around 12:30 a.m. on Nov. 22 in response to a call about a suspicious man. A woman called UAPD and said there was a man on the south side of the hall who was swaying and seemed to be talking to himself. The officer noticed a man matching the description swaying and staggering on James E. Rogers Way, across from the residence hall. The officer remembered the man had been previously warned for trespassing on campus. The officer asked the man if he was OK, but the man did not respond. The officer told the man he had an active exclusionary order from the UA and he was not supposed to be on campus. The man had an odor of intoxicants coming from his mouth. The officer arrested the man on charges of criminal trespassing and transported him to Pima County Jail.
Phone with a note
An officer walked into the UAPD lobby at 10:30 p.m. on Nov. 22 when he noticed a cell phone resting on a door handle with a note that said, “Found on sidewalk by parking lot west side.” The phone was a pink Samsung model by T-Mobile. The officer attempted to contact the owner’s parents but was unsuccessful. The officer sent the owner an email informing her that her phone had been turned in to UAPD. The phone was entered into property and evidence.
Someone is missing a camp stove
A UAPD officer went to McClelland Hall at 9:30 a.m. to retrieve found property. The items were found near the McClelland Cat Mart, a snack bar, by an employee around 6:30 a.m. The items found included a camp stove, knitting supplies and a computer game. There were no identifying markings on the items. The officer placed the items into UAPD property and evidence.
Fanny on the floor
A UAPD officer responded to Campus Health Service at 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 22 in because of found property. The officer met with an employee who said that a fanny pack had been found in a first floor restroom. The fanny pack contained several UA keys, three lighters, miscellaneous tools, a bottle of Imodium and two small bottles of antacid. The fanny pack and its items were placed into UAPD property and evidence.