Aggravated Assault - Minor Injuries

April 16, 2022

UA Clery Timely Warning Notice

 

Type of Offense:           Aggravated Assault – Minor Injuries
Date:                               April 16, 2022
                

Date &Time
of Occurrence:               April 10, 2022, at approximately 3:30 AM
                                         April 16, 2022, at approximately 11:40 PM
                                           

Location:                        540 N Vine Avenue
                                        (Arizona Stadium, South of the building)
                                        Second Street and Olive Road
 

Reported to:                  The University of Arizona Police Department
                                         Case Numbers: U2204100004 and U2204160001

 

On April 10, 2022, at approximately 3:30 AM, two UArizona students were walking on 6th Street along the South side of Arizona Stadium. They reported a vehicle drove by them and one of the occupants shot an airsoft gun at them, striking them multiple times. The vehicle was described as a 2017 or newer white Ford Mustang convertible with a black top.

On April 15, 2022, at approximately 11:40 PM, several UArizona students reported a vehicle in the area of Second Street and Olive Road. One of the occupants used an airsoft gun and struck multiple people. Pellets were also located near the Second Street Garage. The vehicle was described as a black Ford or Subaru hatchback style with yellow-colored license plate and blue LED lights. The suspect was described as a white male, college aged, brown hair, clean-cut, narrow jaw line, and black hat.

UAPD Detectives are continuing the investigation. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call UAPD at 520-621-8273. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can call the UAPD tip line at 520-621-TIPS (8477) or 88-CRIME.

 

Prevention and Safety Tips

 

  • Trust your instincts – if you sense trouble, move to a safe location as soon as possible.
  • Remain alert and be aware of your location, surroundings, and individuals near you. Walk with your head up and avoid distractions like cell phones or carrying too many items.
  • Be the best witness you can be.  Make mental notes of sex, race, age, height, weight, hair and eye color, build, and clothing. Note anything unusual about the suspect, such as scars, tattoos, strange mannerisms, or speech patterns. Additionally, make note of any vehicle information, to include color, make, model, license plate, and unique features.

 

 

Mario Leon                                                                            Community Engagement Unit
Deputy Chief of Police                                                          520-621-4219