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    A woman told police a man had exposed himself to her while she was jogging along North Campbell Avenue around 8 p.m. Tuesday, reports stated.

    The woman said that as she was approaching East First Street on the west side of the sidewalk, she heard a man yelling “”hey”” several times.

    The woman told police she did not look at the man until she was hit in the back with a rock.

    When she looked towards the man he was standing in the median on North Campbell Avenue with his shirt pulled up to his chest and his pants pulled down around his ankles, reports stated.

    The man was not wearing anything underneath the clothes and was exposing his genitals, reports stated.

    The woman immediately ran to a restaurant and was directed to the University of Arizona Police Department, 1852 E. First St., reports stated.

    The woman said she didn’t need medical treatment for her back.

    Police were unable to locate the suspect, reports stated.


    A student told police his room in Graham-Greenlee Residence Hall, 1418 E. Fourth St., was vandalized by his roommate sometime Tuesday, reports stated.

    The student told police his roommate had been arrested on Sunday.

    The student showed police an empty can of beans in his sock drawer, an unknown substance on his mattress, his pillow, which appeared to have been “”spat”” on, pieces of fruit in the cubicle under his desk and his VCR, which appeared to be damaged, reports stated.

    All the vandalism appeared to be on the student’s side of the room, reports stated.

    The student told police his roommate had also eaten his food and stolen a bottle of salad dressing.

    Police waited for the student’s roommate to return home and asked him about the vandalism, reports stated.

    The roommate told police he was upset with the student for “”turning him in”” and thought they had an agreement.

    The roommate admitted damaging the room was immature, but said he was “”mad,”” reports stated.

    The roommate was cited and released for theft and criminal damage and told if he needed any personal items to come back the next day, reports stated.


    A student was assaulted at 8:30 p.m. Monday while riding her bike along the Highland Tunnel, 1395 E. Speedway Blvd., reports stated.

    The student told police that when she came out of the tunnel, a man stepped out of the shadows and knocked her to the ground. The man grabbed her by her arms and pulled her to her feet.

    The man then said, “”Give me what’s in your bag,”” reports stated. The student showed him there were only books in her bag and the man let go of her arms.

    The student pointed a canister of pepper spray towards the man and he ran away, reports stated.

    The student did not spray the man with the pepper spray because she couldn’t unlock the canister, reports stated.

    The student said she did not need medical treatment for her injuries, reports stated.

    Police have no suspects or witnesses, reports stated.


    A UA employee got a suspicious envelope mailed to her office Tuesday at the Arizona State Museum North, 1013 E. University Blvd., reports stated.

    “”They spray swastikas on people’s homes,”” “”land of scum,”” “”they even sell diseases,”” “”human rights watch”” and “”mafia as religion”” were written in colorful ink on the envelope, reports stated.

    The envelope was addressed to “”white studies”” at the museum, reports stated.

    Police opened the envelope and found 15 pieces of newspaper inside, reports stated.

    There was no information about the sender contained in the envelope, reports stated.

    The employee told police the office had received at least one similar envelope in the past, but she had no idea who could have sent it.

    The envelope was placed into evidence, reports stated.

    Police have no suspects or witnesses.


    Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department Records. For a complete list of UAPD activity, the daily resumǸ can be found at www.uapd.arizona.edu.

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