Saturday, June 09, 2007

Strange Man and Stolen Textbooks at Arizona

The Frat Boy News daily campus police report for the Weekend:

University of Arizona
(compiled by Yesra Tekbali of The Wildcat Online)

A man was arrested for possession of a stolen mountain bike at 888 N. Euclid Ave. May 30 after a police officer responded to a complaint about a strange man sleeping in front of a building.

The bike had a visible UA Parking and Transportation registration sticker on it, and a records check showed the bike belonged to a UA employee. Police returned the bike to the employee, who said he "didn't even know it was missing," according to reports.

Also, a man was cited and arrested for stealing a book in front of the campus bookstore May 23.

A bookstore employee said he thought the man stole the book the day before and came back to try and sell it.

The man told police he had stolen the book and had no intention of buying it, but tried to sell it back because he needed the money. It was an Earth System textbook valued at $100. The man was flagged for trespassing and cited for theft.

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