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Police Beat: April 15, 2015

Lean on me

A University of Arizona Police Department officer saw a woman being carried by two other women walking on the sidewalk on March 24 around 2:30 a.m.

One non-UA-affiliated woman with the group told the officer they were coming from The Auld Dubliner. The officer went to the two women transporting the unresponsive woman and asked if they would sit her on the ground. She could barely move and was not able to hold her head up or walk by herself. She also had a strong smell of alcohol coming from her mouth and had red watery eyes. The officer noticed that she vomited in the street but refused medical care.

She told the officer she was 20 years old and was not carded at Auld Dubliner. The officer called the woman’s mother and explained she would be going home with the woman who was carrying her home from the bar. 

The women gave the officer their IDs, and that is when the woman on the ground said she was a student at Kansas State.

She started to fall asleep on the ground when the officer said she was being arrested on charges of minor in possession. She stood up with some assistance. She was taken to the Level apartments and was laid on a couch under the supervision of her cousin, who was carrying her on the sidewalk.

“See you in 30”

Fraternity members in Alpha Sigma Phi saw two Hispanic men walking aimlessly in the back parking lot of the house on March 24 at about 9 p.m.

The fraternity members asked the men to leave, and they replied with offensive language and sat down in the parking lot. When they decided to leave, one of the men said something about coming back with his “boys” and “shooting them up.” The men walked away, and one said, “See you in 30.”

The students told officers the men were in their 20s, were about 5-foot-9 and had short black hair. One was wearing a black jersey and cargo shorts, while the other was wearing a green T-shirt with cargo shorts.

UAPD officers drove around the area but found no individuals matching the men’s descriptions. The house did not want to press charges if the men were found. Two officers stayed at the fraternity for about 90 minutes to make sure everything was fine, but they left the area around 10:30 p.m.

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