University police officers respond to reports of a stolen bike, graffiti and fire extinguishers being tampered with on campus.
Author: Jason Solares
The Walter Pyramid ticket booth gets graffitied, the university president’s neighborhood sees a snooper and someone drives on campus.
A security guard gets struck by a runner, a car’s on campus, and someone was stuck in an elevator.
For the fourth week in a row, something is stolen at CSULB. Near campus, gunfire was heard. On-campus, a failed break-in.
Another vending machine was broken into, new phones were stolen from the delivery box, and more items were stolen from a cubicle.
Campus police respond to an individual facing housing insecurity, someone looking for medical assistance and reports of a missing fire extinguisher.
MacBooks were reported stolen, an employee received a scam email from, seemingly, another university employee and a door stayed open in the middle of the night.
A scissor lift was moved to a different parking lot at CSULB, drivers caused minor traffic issues at the intersection of East Seventh Street and West Campus Drive and University Police Department officers assist campus-goers.
A skateboarder falls into seizure and a barbecue grill is found on the sidewalk on campus.
Poor shooting persists as the Beach matches their lowest scoring game of the season at 44 points.