Students called campus police after a man reportedly heckled and shouted racial slurs towards Muslims at 1:45 p.m. Jan. 28, said Lt. Richard Goodwin of the University Police. The man was reportedly a bald, white male, wearing all black. Students said they called the police after being verbally harassed by the man. Police asked the man to cease, and the man complied. Goodwin said that the man claimed to be having a “friendly debate with students in the area.”
Possible phone theft in library
A student reported a possible petty theft in the campus library on Jan. 28 at 3:45 p.m., Goodwin said. The 20-year old student reported her phone stolen after she realized it was no longer in her back pocket. The phone is a white iPhone 5c with a black Otter Box case. The phone and the case are valued together at $180. No suspects have been identified.
Bag reported stolen from the men’s locker room
A 24-year-old student reported his bag stolen from the men’s locker room of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center at 7 p.m. on Jan. 29, Goodwin said. The student reported the theft to University Police. Police do not have a description on the bag or any possible suspects.
Roof rack stolen from a student’s vehicle
A student reported a roof rack stolen from his vehicle on Jan. 30 at 1:00 p.m., Goodwin said. The rack was stolen from Parking Lot 8 from a gold 2005 Honda Accord. The theft caused damage to the paint of the car. The roof rack was valued at $403. No suspects have been identified.
Bike stolen near Liberal Arts Building
A student reported his bike stolen from the west side of the Liberal Arts 1 building on Feb. 2, Goodwin said. The student reported leaving the bike locked between 7:50 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. When he returned, he said the cable lock was cut and the bike was missing. The student described the bike as a blue mountain bike of an unknown make and model. The bike was licensed to the student from the city of Long Beach. No suspects have been identified.
Possible alcohol poisoning at Parkside dorms
Police and emergency vehicles responded to a possible alcohol poisoning at 11:55 p.m. on Jan. 31, Goodwin said. The student, 19, was taken from the Parkside Dormitories to Long Beach Community Hospital where she received treatment.