Police blotter for Nov. 3, 2006
November 2, 2006
• Two individuals were seen running from outside Grimm Hall around 6:40 p.m. after throwing an unknown object at the window of room 231. The outer-most window pane was damaged.
• Nathan K. Anderson, 21, was arrested at 11:30 a.m. after he failed to appear for a probation and parole meeting. He was transported to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department.
• Andrew A. Jones, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Johnson Hall.
• At 1:45 p.m., theft of a cellular antenna was reported from a vehicle parked in G-Lot. The antenna is valued at $90.
• Lizeht Delatorre, 22, was fined $172 for disorderly conduct at 302 Walnut St.
At 1:24 a.m., River Falls police were called in response to a disorderly person inside a home. According to reports, Delatorre smashed pumpkins outside the home, as well as scattered chips, pieces of flower, and Halloween decorations on the floor, and tipped over a chair inside the home.
“I destroyed items in the house because I was upset that my friends had left me alone for my birthday,” Delatorre wrote in a statement to the police.
• Mary Elizabeth E. Hamilton, 19, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Stratton Hall.
• Brianna J. Becker-Verdon, 20, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Stratton Hall.
• The red sandwich board sign that announces UWRF hockey games was stolen from the intersection of Main Street and Cascade Avenue. The $50 sign disappeared between 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Oct. 28.
• Anthony B. Norling, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Crabtree Hall.