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    A student reported being assaulted at 1:10 p.m. Sept. 20 while she was driving south on North Park Avenue, reports stated.

    The student told police that because of pedestrian traffic she became stuck in the middle of the intersection at North Park Avenue and East Second Street.

    The student said a woman walked up from behind her vehicle and hit the vehicle with an unknown object.

    The woman then walked up to the driver’s side door and began cursing at the student about blocking the crosswalk.

    The student told police the woman called her names and threatened to “”kick her ass.””

    The woman claimed to be a professor and told the student she would remember her face and fail her if she ever took her class.

    The student told police the woman continued to yell at her so she displayed her middle finger toward the woman.

    The woman reached inside the student’s vehicle and grabbed her by her hair with both hands.

    The woman pulled the student’s head out of the window and again threatened her with physical violence.

    The woman let go of the student and walked eastbound on East Second Street.

    The student said she was not injured by the assault and refused medical treatment.

    The student told police she felt threatened and wished to prosecute for assault.

    The student’s vehicle wasn’t damaged during the incident.

    Police were given a description of the woman.


    A student’s $200 mountain bike and $14 cable lock were stolen sometime between Sept. 15 and Sept. 17 from the bike racks outside of Mohave Residence Hall, 1000 N. Park Ave., reports stated.

    The student told police she locked her bike to the south-side bike racks with a cable lock at 6 p.m. on Sept. 15.

    When the student returned at 9 p.m. on Sept. 17 she saw both her bike and lock were missing.

    The student told police the bike had upgraded “”Kevlar”” tires and an ergonomic bike seat.

    Police have no suspects or witnesses.


    An employee’s $100 wallet was stolen sometime Sept. 20 from her office located in the College of Medicine, 1249 N. Mountain Ave., reports stated.

    The employee told police she left her office unlocked between 2 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to go to the cafeteria.

    The employee said that while she was gone, someone stole her wallet out of her purse, which was located on the floor next to her desk.

    The wallet contained a credit card, check card, driver’s license and $200.

    The employee told police she had canceled her credit card and check card prior to calling.

    Police checked the rest of the office and nothing else was found to be missing.

    Police have no suspects or witnesses.


    A $560 cordless microphone was stolen sometime Sept. 20 from a ballroom inside the Student Union Memorial Center, 1303 E. University Blvd., reports stated.

    An employee told police the microphone had been used throughout the day for a career fair event.

    The employee said he had last seen the microphone between 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.

    When the employee went to secure the room at 10 p.m., he realized the microphone was missing.

    The employee said he checked with other employees and nobody knew where the microphone went.

    Police have no suspects or witnesses.


    A student reported her vehicle had been stolen sometime Sept. 15 while it was parked at Tyndall Avenue Parking Garage, 880 E. Fourth St., reports stated.

    The student told police she had last seen her vehicle between 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. when she parked in the garage.

    The student told police she had locked her vehicle and had the only set of keys.

    A records check showed the vehicle had been towed by the Tucson Police Department at 12:55 p.m. Sept. 19, the reports stated. The vehicle had been towed from 715 E. Fifth St.

    The student said she was sure she hadn’t parked her vehicle on East Fifth Street and wasn’t aware it had been taken from the garage.

    The student told police she was not behind on any payments and was unaware of any reason someone would play a practical joke against her.

    Police gave the student the name and telephone number of the towing company and told her to call them if she discovered any damage on the vehicle.

    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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