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    A student admitted to having a fake driver’s license and to being under 21 and drinking early Saturday morning after police saw her unsteadily walking near East First Street and North Vine Avenue, reports stated.

    Police approached the student a little after midnight. The student had slurred speech and smelled like alcohol. The student was unable to stand without assistance and told police she’d like to sit on the curb.

    Police asked the student if she had any identification. The student pulled two IDs out of her wallet. She studied both for a minute then handed one to police and put the other one back into her wallet, reports stated.

    Police asked the student why she had two licenses and the student said, “”This is unbelievable.””

    Police asked the student if the other ID was fake. The student said, “”Yes, it’s a fake, but I haven’t even used it,”” reports stated.

    Police cited the student for underage drinking and having a fake ID. Police gave the student a ride home.

    The fake ID was placed into evidence, reports stated.

    Police saw a student snort cocaine off the top of a car Friday night in front of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house, 1449 N. Cherry Ave., reports stated.

    Police noticed three students standing huddled around the car a little before midnight.

    Police then saw one of the students sniff something off the car.

    Police told the students to put their hands up and the student who had sniffed the cocaine ran.

    An officer started to chase him but tripped and fell to the ground. Another officer was able to catch the student.

    Police found white powder on the car, and it later tested positive for cocaine. Two of the students said they had not used any cocaine and said it was not theirs. The students did not appear to be under the influence and were released.

    The other student admitted that he had snorted the cocaine, but said it was not his and said he had not brought it. The student was reluctant to talk about who the cocaine belonged to, reports stated.

    The student was booked into Pima County Jail, reports stated.

    A student admitted to being under 21 and drinking Saturday afternoon after police saw him and another student fighting in front of the Fiji fraternity house, 1801 E. First St., reports stated.

    Police noticed the student push down the other student around 4 p.m. Police approached the two students and both students said they had only been playing.

    Both students had red, watery eyes and smelled like alcohol.

    One of the students became very angry and repeatedly yelled, “”No justice.”” The student said his daddy would have the police officer’s job.

    The other student said he was 20 and said he had been drinking earlier.

    The student was cited for underage drinking and released, reports stated.

    A man tried to enter the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house, 1449 N. Cherry Ave., on Friday and was pushed away by a security guard, reports stated.

    The man told police he had tried to enter the party around 10:15 p.m. The man said a security guard had told him he was not on the guest list.

    The student said he stepped back and tried to call his friend so his friend could let him in.

    The man said the security guard then walked up to him, put his hand on his back, and said, “”Get the fuck out of here,”” reports stated.

    The man said the security guard then pushed on his back and led him out into the street.

    The student said he did not want to press charges.

    Police contacted the security guard. The security guard said the man had tried to enter the party three different times.

    The security guard said the third time the man yelled, “”You’re a douche bag.””

    The security guard had then led the man off the property.

    He said he had seen the man at other events and said he had been told by the members of the fraternity not to the let the man in, reports stated.

    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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