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    Police Beat

    A female student was referred to the Dean of Students Office for violating the code of conduct after using a men’s restroom in the Arizona Stadium, 540 N. Vine Ave., Sept. 23, reports stated.

    Police were responding to a report of a fight at the south end of the stadium. When they arrived there was no evidence of a fight, but they noticed several females in line for the men’s restroom.

    The females in line were told to leave immediately. An unidentified man notified police that there were two women in the restroom also.

    Police waited outside for the women to exit the restroom.

    A female UA student and a female Arizona State University student were approached by police and asked why they used the men’s restroom. The UA student said it was an emergency and the line for the women’s restroom was too long.

    Police warned the women for criminal trespassing.

    A glass bong was found in the Tyndall Avenue Parking Garage, 880 E. Fourth St., Sept. 22, reports stated.

    A Parking and Transportation Services employee found a black bag on the first floor near the west entrance when he was checking the garage.

    The employee checked inside the bag and found a glass bong.

    Police took the bong into property to be destroyed.

    No other items were found in the bag.

    A coffee cup was thrown at a student’s car parked in Tyndall Avenue Parking Garage, 880 E. Fourth St., sometime between Sept. 20 and Sept. 22, reports stated.

    The vehicle had dried coffee down the passenger side. No damage was found on the car.

    Police found no proof or evidence that the event was criminal in nature.

    The man was told to wash the car and contact the police if any damage was found.

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

    A female student was taken to the hospital for extreme alcohol intoxication from La Paz Residence Hall, 602 N. Highland Ave., at 1:35 a.m. Sept. 23, reports stated.

    The student was found passed out in a hallway. A resident assistant tried to wake the woman. She was non-responsive, but breathing.

    Police checked on the woman later that day at University Medical Center. Hospital staff told police that her blood alcohol level was .218 and they had to contact her parents because she was 17.

    Police spoke to the woman’s mother in California and told her that the student would be diverted to the Dean of Students Office.

    An abandoned vehicle was found upside down on the lawn at University Boulevard and North Cherry Avenue, reports stated.

    The vehicle was severely damaged and profanity related to the UA and University of Southern California football game were spray painted in numerous colors on the exterior and the lawn.

    The owner of the car could not be contacted.

    Police discovered later that the vehicle had been used in a pep-rally on University Boulevard and North Tyndall Avenue. It is unknown how the car got to location where it was found.

    A man approached police with a bloody nose after being punched at the UA football stadium, 540 N. Vine Ave., Sept. 23, reports stated

    The man said a female took his USC hat and threw it into the crowd and then punched him in the face with a closed fist.

    The woman said that she asked the man why he was wearing a USC hat, but couldn’t remember if she had dropped it of thrown it. She said after that the man grabbed her hands and she instinctively pushed back. She could not explain or deny anything about how the man got a bloody nose.

    Police smelled alcohol on her breath. She was cited and released and told not to return to the stadium that day.

    Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police?Department reports. For a complete list of UAPD activity, the daily resume can be found at

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