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Beth Jones

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NovemberWeek-01 Week-02 Week-03 Week-04[10/27 – 11/02] [11/03 – 11/09][11/10-11-16][11/24 – 11/30]

Week-04

Sunday, November 24

INCIDENT

Parking Structure I- Four to six skateboards were reported in the area, yelling and making a lot of noise. The area was checked, and the subjects were gone on arrival.

Monday, November 25

LARCENY-THEFT

Mendocino Hall- Projector was reported taken from room 1024. A report was taken.

LARCENY-THEFT

Bike Compound I- Bike was reported stolen, and the theft occurred on Nov. 22. The bike was described as an orange, blue and purple Trek 850.

LARCENY-THEFT

Amador Hall- Theft of a bike. Described as a brown and black Trek BMX. Report taken.

INCIDENT

Library- Caller reported that six to eight high school age kids going into a grate under the library. Officers were out with three subjects and they were advised to depart campus.

Tuesday, November 26

BURGLARY

Sequoia Hall- Vending machine was broken into. Product was stolen and report was taken.

INCIDENT

Resident Hall Parking- Report of a male and female on bikes, with plastic bags, going through dumpsters. Officer contacted them at Desmond Hall, and advised them.

INCIDENT

Kadema Hall- Report of a male adult, holding papers and soliciting students. Subject was contacted and was last seen departing campus.

Wednesday, November 27

DISTURBANCE

Desmond Hall- 15-20 subjects were reportedly chanting and yelling in the area. Subjects were gone on arrival.

INCIDENT

Amador Hall- Dog was barking and jumping at people while being chained to a pole. Dog’s owner arrived near the time Animal Control reported. At that time, the owner was given a written warning from Animal Control.

INCIDENT

Parking Structure II- Subject has a flat tire – unknown what caused it.

Thursday, November 28

VANDALISM

Lot 4- Rocks were used to break windows and on a state vehicle.

Friday, November 29

SERVICE

Lot 4- Keys locked in 2001 Saturn.

Saturday, November 30

VEHICLE CODE

Resident Hall Parking- Subject was arrested for a DUI. He was transported and booked into the Sacramento Co. Jail.

DISTURBANCE

Amador Hall- Report of five juveniles breaking bottles and riding their skateboards into the building. The subject’s parents were contacted and advised then the subjects were sent on their way.

INCIDENT

Sierra Hall- Report of two subjects around the bike area of Sutter and Sierra Halls. One was contacted and sent on his way.

Week-03

Sunday, November 10

DISTURBANCE

Residence Hall Parking- Caller said that there is a large gathering behind Sierra Hall. Subjects were gone on arrival.

Monday, November 11

DISTURBANCE

Lot 2- Subject was involved in an argument over a parking space. The other person had left the scene, but the reporting party was concerned for the safety of her vehicle. Area was checked.

DISTURBANCE

Main Bus Stop- Regional Transit asked for assistance in dealing with a verbally abusive passenger. Situation was mediated, and the subject left campus.

LARCENY-THEFT

Dining Commons- Caller reported that a subject had grabbed some groceries and ran. The subject was located and arrested for petty theft.

Tuesday, November 12

INCIDENT

Lot 8- Subject possibly casing the area. He was described as a white male, 30-40 yrs, 5’10”-6′, thin build, deep tan, beige trench coat, tan khaki pants, and a pink shirt. Area was checked, and unable to locate.

VEHICLE CODE

Other/Unknown Campus Location- Vandalism to a vehicle. The lock was damaged, and it is unknown where it occurred.

Wednesday, November 13

INCIDENT

Draper Hall- Male adult with female adult, pulled up in a black Volkswagen hatchback near the front of the bike rack. They got out and looked over the parked bikes with a flashlight. The subjects were contacted and checked out ok.

TRESPASS

Sutter Hall- Out with two persons by the dumpsters. They were advised of warrants and departed campus. Report taken.

INCIDENT

Riverside Hall- Received a suspicious envelope back from a survey containing a paper towel and wadded up paper. Police needed to check it over. Checked out ok and a report was taken.

DISTURBANCE

Library Quad- Complaint that a large group with signs were harassing students and using foul language as students walked by. The group was described as being very aggressive in their manner. Caller wanted the police to remove the group from the quad. An officer responded to monitor the activities. The subjects were leaving upon officer’s arrival.

INCIDENT

University Union- Two homeless subjects were sleeping on the landing of second floor. Both subjects were contacted and advised.

INDECENT EXPOSURE

Shasta Hall- Suspect was last seen heading down the stairs from the second floor. He was described as a white male, 30 yrs, short light brown hair, with a green baseball hat. He was wearing a light colored shirt, black sweatpants and white athletic shoes. Subject was gone on arrival and a report was taken.

VANDALISM

Residence Hall Parking- Victim reported profane language written in lipstick on his vehicle. The damage was not permanent.

Thursday, November 14

TRAFFIC

Lot 8- Caller said they hit a parked vehicle when exiting a tight space. Driver was advised to leave information on the other vehicle.

BURGLARY

Lot 8- Victim reported that her stereo and CD’s were taken out of her 1965 Ford car. Report taken.

Friday, November 15

DISTURBANCE

Kadema Hall- Three males, carrying backpacks, 20’s yrs, were harassing, yelling and making in appropriate comments to females in the area. They were reportedly there for the last 30 minutes. Two black male adults wearing black bandanas, white shirts, one with a red t-shirt underneath, one Hispanic male, shorter than the other two subjects, wearing a black nylon type coat with hood. Subjects were located and advised.

BURGLARY

Lot 10- Flagged down by UTAPS officer, white Ford Mustang with broken side window-looks like glove compartment was gone thru. Report taken.

BURGLARY

Lot 10- 1998 Toyota four-door smashed window, and stereo taken.

Saturday, November 16

INCIDENT

Yosemite Hall- Three calls were received from women’s shower room and when asked if they needed help they said “yes” and hung up the phone. Officers found juvenile playing with the phone. Parents were contacted and advised.

INCIDENT

Soccer Field- Reporting party reported a spinal injury, medical is responding. Subject has a neck injury and is being transported to Kaiser North. Assisted.

INCIDENT

Stadium/Track- Officer out with a drunk subject, taken to county jail.

INCIDENT

Capistrano Hall- Report of someone under the influence. Subject described as a white male adult, 6′, gray jacket with black jeans. Subject checked, and became ill and was to be taken home by friend.

Week-02

Sunday, November 03

INCIDENT

El Dorado Hall- Window was broken. Facilities Management was contacted to repair thewindow.

Monday, November 04

INCIDENT

Lot 8- Unsecured vehicle with property inside. Described as a gray Ford van. It waslocated and secured.

DISTURBANCE

Calaveras Hall- Three to four solicitors were causing a disturbance.

VEHICLE CODE

Lot 2- Hit and run involving a parked vehicle.

INCIDENT

Foley Hall- Caller reported that a female was in pain. Medical and police units respondedto assist. She declined medicaltransportation.

INCIDENT

Brighton Hall- Caller reported a man on the ground. He was contacted and determined tobe homeless. He was advised and sent on his way.

Tuesday, November 05

DISTURBANCE

Library- Report of a panhandler asking for money. Area was checked, unable to locate.

LOST & FOUND

Other Off-Campus Location- Reporting party found a student’s purse in a dumpster off-campus. Report taken, and the property was returned to the owner.

LOST & FOUND

Parking Structure I- Lost/Stolen state keys.

PROPERTY BOOKING

Inner Campus- Money found. Property booked, and report taken.

MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT

Lot 2- Stolen 1993 silver Honda Accord. Report taken and vehicle entered intostate’sstolen vehicle database.

LOST & FOUND

River Front Center- Lost Cellular phone.

SERVICE

Adams Building- Subject having problems breathing. Medical and police units respondedto assist. Subject transported to hospital via ambulance.

Wednesday, November 06

INCIDENT

Lot 10- Parking officer noticed a black Jeep Cherokee leaking gas. It was a constant dripand there already was a puddle. Fire department was called and tow responded to removethe vehicle.

TRESPASS

Douglas Hall- Professor reported that he is holding a solicitor who was in his classroom.Subject was contacted, identified and notified to leave campus. Report take

BURGLARY

Lot 8- 1994 GMC Sonoma broken into with the CD player stolen. Report taken.

LOST & FOUND

Riverside Hall- Wallet found. Owner contacted and the property was returned.

INCIDENT

Lot 10- Stalled vehicle blocking the road. Vehicle was moved to the side of the road andthe owner called a tow.

DISTURBANCE

Brighton Hall- Caller reported that a student came into her class when she was giving atest. She asked him to leave, but he refused which resulted in a verbal argument. The

subject was contacted and the situation mediated.

LARCENY-THEFT

Solano Hall- Victim reported that his bike was stolen Nov. 4 between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m.

VEHICLE CODE

Public Service Building- Victim reported that her car was hit in the parking lot. Reporttaken.

Thursday, November 07

TRESPASS

Yosemite Hall- Adult male, wearing a white shirt and dark pants, was yelling and actingstrangely. He was contacted and identified then told to leave campus.

INCIDENT

Parking Structure II- Call about a white Honda left running for thirty minutes. No onewas around and a message was left for the student to check on his vehicle.

INCIDENT

Lot 4- 1995 black Honda Civic was hit by a tree branch and the side window was broken.

INCIDENT

Eureka Hall- Report of a female being hit by falling tree limb and is bleeding from thehead. Medical and Police units responded and the subject was transported to the hospitalvia ambulance. Report taken.

DISTURBANCE

Lot 4- Male soliciting money was chased out of the University Union. Outside he wasthen harassing students. Unable to locate.

SERVICE

Student Health Center- Health Center Staff requested ambulance for the transport of an18-year-old male for medical emergency. Subject transported to hospital.

INCIDENT

Lot 8- Tree branch fell causing damage to a 2002 Hyundai.

SEX OFFENSES

Desmond Hall- Victim report of sexual battery. Report taken and investigation beingconducted.

Friday, November 08

INCIDENT

Library- Complaint of skateboarding in between library I and II. Subjects were gone onarrival.

MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT

Lot 2- Reporting Party said that someone tried to steal his car last night. 2000 blue HondaCivic. Attempted stolen vehicle report taken.

VEHICLE CODE

Lot 2- Reporting Party advised that between 11 p.m. Thursday and 3:30 p.m. Friday herleft front tire and rim were damaged on her 2001 Nissan Sentra.

Saturday, November 09

DISTURBANCE

Dining Commons- Report of a student causing a disturbance. Subject was contactedandidentified.

LARCENY-THEFT

Lot 2- Vehicle broken into – not secured. Report taken.

Week-01

Sunday, October 27

INCIDENT

Shasta Hall- Five kids on skateboards were jumping off planter boxes. The kids

were contacted and advised.

Monday, October 28

LARCENY-THEFT

Mendocino Hall- Report of a wallet missing.

TRESPASS

Placer Hall- Caller reported that a suspicious man was approaching women and saying obscene things to them. The subject was contacted and advised, then takenoff campus and told not to return. A report was taken.

LARCENY-THEFT

Lot 2- Caller reported that her vehicle was broken into between 11 p.m. the previous night and 10 a.m. A report was taken.

Tuesday, October 29

INCIDENT

Child Development Center- Third hand information of a male subject yelling at traffic. A second call came in thirteen minutes later saying the subject wasnear

the elevators of Parking Structure II. He was contacted outside of the

University Union and advised.

INCIDENT

Parking Structure II- Second hand information of four males inside a blue Honda Civic were driving around the garage and jumping out of their vehicle settingoff

car alarms. The vehicle was gone on officers arrival and could not be located.

INCIDENT

Lassen Hall- Report of a trash can fire with large flames. Officers and fire department responded. Fire was put out by Sacramento State Grounds Crew and theSac Fire Department. The fire appeared to be accidental.

INCIDENT

University Union- Subject followed the reporting party around and stared at her.He was described as a black male adult, 21-years-old, 5’11”, 185 lbs, and wearing

a white sweatshirt that had the front pocket ripped. The subject was contacted, identified and advised.

INCIDENT

Art Sculpture Lab- Shuttle bus driver advised that a lot of smoke was coming fromthe building. The building checked out, as students were firing up the kiln for art projects.

VEHICLE CODE

Lot 8- Vehicle was keyed. A report was taken.

Wednesday, October 30

VEHICLE IMPOUND

Lot 8- White Toyota truck parked in a red zone, causing a hazard. The vehicle was towed and a report was taken.

ANNOYING E-MAIL

Library- Victim reports harassing e-mail messages. A report was taken.

LARCENY-THEFT

Child Development Center- Theft of a backpack. A report was taken.

MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT

Parking Structure II- 1999 red Honda Civic could not be located by owner. A Vehicle Theft Report was taken.

Thursday, October 31

TRESPASS

Library Quad- Solicitors for Herbal Life. Two males, one was described to be wearing a Hawaiian shirt and had a ponytail. They were advised, and thendeparted.

DISTURBANCE

University Union- Report of a male yelling at people. He was described as wearinga brown hat, khaki shirt, and jeans. He was contacted and departed.

SERVICE

Other/Unknown Campus Location- Mother called concerning her daughter not contacting her parents. The daughter went to a Sacramento State concert thenight before and was to spend the night at a friend’s house. Parents were unable toreach her on her cell phone. The call was cancelled when the daughter called homeand is fine.

LARCENY-THEFT

Lot 8- Theft of a parking decal from a Plymouth Fury. Report taken.

Friday, November 01

LARCENY-THEFT

Yosemite Hall- Jacket taken from soccer field. Report taken.

INCIDENT

Library Quad- Large tree branch has fallen and is stuck on lower branches. Reporting party is concerned that is may fall onto someone. Area was roped off

and facilities was contacted to remove the limb. Assisted.

INCIDENT

Shasta Hall- Elderly women possibly transient, was yelling at people. She was described as having long hair, wearing a dark sweater and pants. Area was

checked and she was unable to be located.

DISTURBANCE

Yosemite Hall- Subject was causing problem in the men’s locker room. He was described as 6′,35-years-old, and carrying a green backpack and white bag. Subject was gone on arrival.

DISTURBANCE

Draper Hall- Reporting party advised that there were four people kicking garbagecans. Subjects were gone on arrival.

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