While campus remains mostly empty, the University Police Department responds to reports of a burglary, student welfare check and suspicious activities.
Tag: campus crime
A cart collision, a man reported shouting and a projector is reported stolen in this week’s blotter.
Cars speeding through parking lots, bike riders doing tricks and late night trumpet music are in this week’s blotter.
Crime Blotter: A truck hits a planter, cart goes for a joy ride and an incident of indecent exposure
A run-over planter, a joy ride and indecent exposure are in this week’s blotter.
A bicycle group causes a disturbance, two students fight over a parking space and a squirrel inside faculty offices are in this week’s blotter.
Parking: It’s that serious – Authorities were called to Parking Lot G15 at 1:39 p.m. May 3 in response to a female subject reporting an assault. Upon successfully making contact with the subject, officers discovered that a male suspect had hit the woman with his vehicle. The dispute began as[Read More…]
Domestic violence – Officers received a call requesting assistance in regard to a situation involving domestic violence, which initially occurred in parking structure one at 6:19 a.m. April 12. Both the victim and suspect had left the scene before officers arrived, but were subsequently located on 3722 Lomina Ave. The[Read More…]
Soda thief – A professor called the University Police to report a disturbance at the Subway located inside the University Student Union at 5:25 p.m. March 7. The incident involved three male subjects. “[One] subject was involved in verbal altercation with another student regarding stealing soda from the Subway,”[Read More…]
Criminal threat – At 3 p.m. on Sep. 15, the Cal State Long Beach University Police Department responded to a series of fire alarm pull station activations made near the Child Development Center. A police detective found this particular instance to be related to previous ones. The detective located the[Read More…]
Professor’s purse purloined A Cal State Long Beach employee reported to the University Police Department that her wallet was stolen from her purse on Saturday. The employee, an executive director in the Human Services and Design building, made the report after learning of an unauthorized financial transaction at McDonald’s made[Read More…]