The Little Rock Police Department has responded to a report of a stollen wallet, an individual crying on campus, a report sexual activity in a campus parking lot, and a report of a suspicious man that had a warrant out for his arrest.
Police were notified on January 31 when a UA Little Rock student lost his wallet in the Donaghey Student Center while running around the indoor track. He came back to his backpack and noticed it had been rambled through and his wallet was missing. He called DPS and eventually it was retrieved by an instructor and returned to him on February 3rd.
On January 26, Officer Gavin Hurst was called to an E Phone going off at Lot 10. When he arrived, he saw a female crying and she stated that she had gotten into an altercation near Paper Moon by three other females allegedly ganging up on her the previous night. During the fight, she lost her phone and couldn’t find it. She later filed a statement with the LRPD since the incident occurred off campus.
On January 20th, around 2 in the morning, Officer Claunch and Officer Wilson found a vehicle with fogged up windows in Lot 10, near West Hall. When they approached the vehicle, they found two individuals, one UA Little Rock student and one non-UA Little Rock student, in the back seat partaking in sex. They were advised of their violation of Disorderly Conduct but were not charged of a crime. The incident was instead reported to the Dean of Students. The male individual didn’t have a valid driver’s license so the UALR PD took possession of the vehicle.
Office Claunch observed a suspicious male walking on the wall of the back of Big Lots. When asked for the individual’s name, Claunch found a warrant out for his arrest in both Little Rock and North Little for larceny. The individual tried to hide his backpack and bicycle behind a dumpster, but the police found it and took possession of both items. No contraband was found inside the backpack, only $5 in cash was found inside. The individual is now in the Pulaski County Jail.