Monday, March 05, 2007

"Israel Week" Banner Stolen at Arizona

The Frat Boy News daily campus police report for Monday:

The University of Arizona (compiled by Kate G. Stevens, The Wildcat Online)
Feb. 22 - 8:30 p.m.: A silver Dell laptop, a Motorola flip cell phone and a history book were reported stolen from the Main Library. A male student reported the theft from a study room after he left to use the restroom at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 22. He said he wasn't gone for more than two minutes. After noticing the items missing, the student walked around the library for a few minutes to see if he could spot someone holding his property before calling police. Both the victim and UAPD watched library surveillance tapes and saw nothing that drew attention. Police have no suspects or witnesses.

Feb. 22 - 7 a.m.: A member of the Hillel Center reported the theft of a banner hanging in front of Old Main. The theft occurred sometime between 6 p.m. Feb. 21 and 7 a.m. Feb. 22. The banner was advertising Israel week and listed a schedule of events. It was worth about $240. Police have no suspects or witnesses.

Feb. 22: Police received a call from the Student Union Memorial Center from a male student who said his ex-girlfriend violated his harassment injunction against her again. The student said his ex-girlfriend called him at least 160 times between Feb. 21-22 and left text messages as well. The two students dated from January-June 2006. On July 16, the male student placed the order of injunction. The order stated that his ex-girlfriend could not make contact by phone, in person or in writing, including text messages. UAPD attempted to call the woman, but there was no answer. On Jan. 30, the woman was arrested for violating the order at her residence. The police suggested the male student notify the judge about the latest phone calls at the hearing for the Jan. 30 arrest.

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