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Police Log

Police Log

Beth Jones

April 2, 2013

Sunday, May 13 SUSPICIOUS SUBJECT 3:52 a.m. Riverside Hall?Two students ran into a black male transient who was wearing a backpack and was last seen headed to the second floor of the building. The subject was contacted and advised. Saturday, May 12 SUSPICIOUS SUBJECT 12:57 a.m. Riverside Hall?A 5?10" black male who was wearing a blue pullover and jeans looked suspicious. He was last seen leaving through the front door and was gone when officers arrived. SUSPICIOUS SUBJECTS 9:17 a.m. Lot 8?Officers assisted the Sacramento Police Department with a possibly violent subject. The subject was a 43-year-old white male with brown hair, a light blue shirt, brown shorts and was throwing rocks at parked vehicles and eating dirt. He was contacted and advised. Friday, May 11 AUTO BURGLARY 6:20 a.m. Parking Structure?An unknown subject broken into the reporting party?s van and stole his CD player. BURGLARY 6:33 a.m. Parking Structure?An unknown subject broke the driver?s window of a vehicle. PETTY THEFT 2:44 p.m. Library?A cellular phone was stolen. SUSPICIOUS SUBJECTS 3:53 p.m. Residence Hall Parking?The reporting party said six white males and a female went into the men?s bathroom and were huddled together in a corner, possibly smoking marijuana. Officers checked the area and found no subjects and no odor of marijuana. PETTY THEFT 4:17 p.m. Library?A backpack was stolen. Thursday, May 10 GRAND THEFT 2:04 p.m. Temporary Building?Rugs were stolen. Wednesday, May 9 VEHICLE RECOVERY 1:43 a.m. Off-campus Location?A 1986 Dodge Aries was recovered. GRAND THEFT 1:05 p.m. Draper Hall?A leather coat was taken from the victim?s dorm room. PETTY THEFT 3:22 p.m. University Union?A green mountain bicycle was stolen. WELFARE CHECK 5:30 p.m. Desmond Hall?A male cut his arm on broken glass, but no medical attention was needed. SERVICE 11:29 p.m. Jenkins Hall?Officers were called to check on the welfare of a drunk male who had blonde hair and was wearing a blue visor. They were unable to locate the subject. Tuesday, May 8 WELFARE CHECK 11:45 a.m. Capistrano Hall?A gate arm hit a female in the head. No medical attention was needed but Facilities Management was advised to check the gate arm for malfunction. CASE FOLLOW-UP 3:46 p.m. Residence Hall Parking?An unknown subject let air out of the reporting party?s rear passenger tire. INCIDENT 5:26 p.m. Riverside Hall?Six to seven skateboarders were yelling and screaming in the area and were advised by officers. Monday, May 7 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES 10:20 a.m. Solano Hall?The reporting party requested to have an officer look at a number of faxes the department had been receiving over the past two weeks. An officer checked them, said they looked OK and no report was necessary. SUSPICIOUS SUBJECT 11:17 a.m. Stadium/Track?A male was making strange noises and was approaching women. He was completely covered in clothing, including black sweats, a jean jacket and a white hat. The subject was gone when officers arrived. SUSPICIOUS SUBJECT 1:11 p.m. Yosemite Hall?A subject was wandering the halls, opening doors and interrupting classes. The subject was described as a tall, slender, black male and was wearing a light blue shirt and blue jeans. He was contacted and advised to leave campus. TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 3:13 p.m. State University Drive?Three vehicles were involved in an accident and there were no injuries. VANDALISM 9:56 p.m. Sutter Hall?A gold Geo Prizm had two flat tires. TRESPASSING 10:10 p.m. Sierra Hall?The reporting party said he was told that a female who had been barred from the dorms was seen in the building. The subject was gone when officers arrived. AUTO BURGLARY 10:30 p.m. Residence Hall Parking?An unknown subject broke into the reporting party?s gold 1983 Subaru GL and stole two speakers.