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Man drinks two cans of beer, arrested while driving

ASU Police reported the following incidents Tuesday:


A 22-year-old man was arrested March 10 at South Dorsey Lane and East University Drive on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to a police report.

Officers saw the man’s vehicle weaving into the bike lane and second lane of traffic while driving eastbound on University Drive, according to the report.

After police stopped the man, the officers noticed the man had slurred speech, bloodshot, watery eyes and the odor of alcohol on his breath, police reported.

The man told officers he drank two cans of beer an hour before, according to the report.

Officers conducted a field sobriety test and then transported the man to the ASU Police Station, where he was cited and released, police reported.


A 52-year-old man was arrested Thursday on the 500 block of East Veterans Way on suspicion of second degree trespassing, according to a police report.

Police received a 911 phone call from the man who said armed subjects were coming after him and had him trapped in an equipment room at Sun Devil Stadium, according to the report.

The man told police the people were following him because he arranged to buy a pound of marijuana for $600 a few days prior, but they instead robbed him of his money, police reported.

The man said he was very paranoid after seeing the subjects who looked like gang members with neck tattoos and believed they were from the same group that was after him, according to the report.

The man entered the stadium through an unlocked fence and hid in an unlocked equipment room, where he called police and said he was armed with a handgun, police reported.

After police arrived they did not see anybody outside of the room and found the man unarmed, according to the report.

The man was transported to Fourth Avenue Jail for booking, police reported.


Reports compiled by Amy Edelen

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