Sexual harassment and suspicious activity lead this week’s crime blotter.
Since January, the Long Beach Police Department has been receiving reports of a man peeking in the windows of women who live in the Beverly Plaza apartments.
A student reported their car stolen from the inside of the Pyramid Parking Structure on Wednesday afternoon.
Most massive acts of violence are perpetrated by fatherless men. It is the lack of male role models, not the abundance of guns, that is causing massacres.
Two Long Beach State students filed stalking reports to the University Police Department this past week. Their stories lead this week’s crime blotter.
Campus officials provided a detailed timeline of events that led to the arrest of Prateek Devulpally, a Long Beach State student who was charged after police released a female student, whose email he allegedly used.
Hit-and-run reports have become common for the University Police Department during the first few weeks of the fall semester. Hit-and-runs, a suspicious person and a stolen vehicle highlight this week’s crime blotter.
President Jane Close Conoley and the University Police Department’s Captain Rick Goodwin have confirmed there are on-going discussions about cameras being placed in campus parking structures.
Crime Blotter: University Police respond to a stolen wallet, an ENG 3 burglary and a finals freakout in the library
Film professor used prop for film shoot