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    Police Beat: Mar. 4

    Resident sleeps through Coronado burglary

    A male UA student was burglarized on Feb. 27 while he was asleep.

    A University of Arizona Police Department officer responded to Coronado Residence Hall and met with the student March 1 at 6:40 p.m.

    The student said the theft occurred while he was asleep.

    He had fallen asleep on Feb. 27 around 3 a.m. and left the door unlocked because he believed that his roommate would be returning soon.

    Sometime after 3 a.m. the student heard the door open and people whispering.

    The student assumed that it was his roommate and did not get up to see who was in the room. He later found out that his roommate had stayed the night at a friend’s house and did not return to the room that night.

    When the student woke up, he noticed his prescription medication, three different prescription bottles, a digital camera, two graphing calculators and an electric razor were all missing from the room.

    The student said there was a security camera in the hallway near his room.

    There were no suspects or other witnesses at the time of the report.

    Wrong place, wrong time, wrong turn

    Three female UA students were arrested for minor in possession on Feb. 27 at 12:48 a.m. after the driver of the vehicle drove down a street marked “”Do not enter.””

    A UAPD officer was patrolling Campbell Avenue and noticed a car take a left onto Third Street despite signs that clearly marked the turn lane for U-turns only.

    The officer stopped the vehicle at Third Street and Norris Avenue.

    The officer spoke with the driver and could smell the odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle.

    The officer was able to determine that the driver was not under the influence and cited the driver for a disregarding a traffic control device.

    Another UAPD officer arrived and interviewed the three passengers of the vehicle at 1 a.m.

    Each student admitted to drinking and all three showed symptoms of intoxication.

    The students said that they had been together at a mutual friend’s house drinking vodka and cranberry juice.

    None of the students could remember who provided the alcohol.

    Three students were cited and released.

    Drunk student almost hit by car

    A male UA student was arrested for minor in possession on Feb. 27 at 1:20 a.m. after almost being hit by a car.

    A UAPD officer was on Park Avenue and noticed a student talking on a cell phone and walking very slowly.

    The student walked directly into the path of oncoming traffic between James E. Rogers Way and Second Street.

    A car rapidly stopped in order to avoid colliding with the student.

    The student continued to cross the street while swaying from left to right.

    The officer approached the student and could immediately smell alcohol.

    The student had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes.

    He told the officer that he drank six shots of vodka and two beers at a party, but could not remember where it occurred.

    The officer arrested the student for minor in possession. He was cited and released on scene.

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