Despite the decline in car thefts on Long Beach State’s campus, graduate student and victim Alvin Huynh feels University Police aren’t doing enough to address the issue.
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Two Long Beach State students filed stalking reports to the University Police Department this past week. Their stories lead this week’s crime blotter.
Amidst the college mental health crisis, the university held a series of programs to address the leading health concerns among young adults.
Emergency survival equipment will be placed around campus for students, faculty and employees to use if a shooting occurs.
Staff at the University Music Center reported a theft of approximately $900 from a locked cash box in the ticket office. A resident of Beachside College reported a man and a woman in a physical altercation near the Beachside shuttle stop… and more.
Crime Blotter: UPD arrest a man outside CBA and respond to stolen flags and a St. Patrick’s Day accoster
Umbrella assaulter apprehended Just before 7 p.m. on March 17, a man in his 20s reportedly checked car doors at the E8 parking lot behind the University Bookstore. According to Capt. Richard Goodwin of the University Police Department, the man began to make his way over toward the College of[Read More…]
Suspicious person apprehended at Beachside An arrest was made after a suspicious person was reported outside the Beachside College Dorms March 11. A Beachside resident reported a man standing outside the housing complex asking for passing women’s phone numbers. University Police Department officials were dispatched to question the man. In[Read More…]
Two suspects were arrested Sunday night by University Police Department for attempting to steal two bikes at the Beachside College Dorms.
Vandalism at the Chancellor’s office Staff at the California State University Office of the Chancellor’s reported vandalism outside of the building Feb. 21. Vandals spray-painted the phrase, “F THE POLICE” and other illegible writing. According to Capt. Richard Goodwin, there are no suspects or leads. Suspicious cure in the library[Read More…]