5:30 p.m. – Marking your territory
University of Maine Police Department (UMPD) responded to a report of criminal mischief in the York parking lot. A subject said that her car was vandalized, referencing a three-foot long line made with a black permanent marker. The officer told her that she could attempt to clean the line off. A report was filed as an insurance precaution.
12:27 a.m. – St. George’s Finest
UMPD officers responded to a resident assistant (RA) report of underaged drinking in Oxford Hall. In the room, the officer made contact with six subjects and found a number of beer cans. All admitted to drinking. The room resident, Derek Seoul, a first-year student, and non-student Benjamin Caron, of St. George, were summonsed for possession of alcohol by a minor. All in the room were referred to Judicial Affairs (JA.)
3:08 p.m. – Bicycle bandit
A theft was reported at York Hall after a subject claimed her bike was stolen. The subject said the bike was placed in the bike rack on Nov. 7 and when she returned it was gone. The bike was valued at $200. There are no suspects and the matter is under investigation.
2:43 p.m. – Blanket burglar
A theft was reported at York Hall after a subject left her laundry in the laundry room overnight. When she returned the next day, the laundry was placed on a table. The subject reported that a blanket, valued at $100, was stolen. There are no suspects and the matter is under investigation.
10:42 p.m. – Problematic plates
UMPD conducted a traffic stop after observing a subject running a stop sign. The suspect was identified as Yousef Alrahim, 27, of Orono. After running the car’s plates through dispatch, it was found to be unregistered. Adding to those offenses, Alrahim’s driver’s license had been suspended since Oct. 20, 2014. Alrahim was under the impression that his license was reinstated. He was summonsed for operating a vehicle after suspension.
11:08 p.m. – Temper tantrum
A UMPD officer responded to a complaint of marijuana use in the woods behind the Hilltop Parking Lot. The subjects were identified as Richard Klatt and Bryan Kemberling, both first-year students. The two submitted paraphernalia and a small amount of marijuana. Both were summonsed for possession of marijuana and referred to JA.