On Sept. 25, a Volkswagon Pasat was hit by a Black Tacoma and the Tacoma did not stay or leave any notes. There was no clean surveillance footage and the driver could not be identified.
In the A-2 parking lot, a Jeep Cherokee blocked in a Honda on Sept. 26. The Jeep did not allow the Honda to back up out of a parking space, and there was collision when the Honda attempted to reposition in the parking space.
A Buick Enclave backed into a Cadillac STS in the A-2 parking lot on Sept. 26. The Cadillac was stopped behind the Buick and there was minor damage to both vehicles and no citations were given.
On Sept. 28, a Sodexo golf cart backed into a vehicle at Wildcat Village. The car was not parked there when the golf cart arrived and the driver of the cart did not see it upon backing out. A report was taken for damaged property.
On Sept. 29, a Chevy Tahoe backed into a Toyota Avalon in the back of the Dee Events Center Parking lot. Minor damage was done and insurance information was exchanged. No citations were issued.
A liquor violation was reported at the residency halls on Sept. 28. Police responded and found those in the room were under 21. A warning had not been issued before, so only a warning was given. The residents were told housing would get involved from there.
At the Davis Campus, a NUAMES student broke her ankle during gym class on Sept. 26. The father of the student called to let the administration know after the fact. The area was documented by police and the hole she fell in was found. Facilities management filled the hole by the next morning.
Officers were dispatched to the A-2 on Sept. 16. A man got a threatening phone call from the father of his girlfriend, who threatened bodily harm. The father was contacted and denied threatening him. His daughter is 16 years old, and he told the caller to stay away from her. The father was told to report the relationship to his jurisdiction.