Campus remains mostly empty from students and faculty, but “suspicious” individuals still roam around, according to UPD Capt. John Brockie.
In comparison to other campuses in the California State University system, Long Beach State continues to maintain relatively low crime statistics.
Long Beach State’s University Police Department received reports of grand theft and iPad theft on campus this past week.
The University Police Department responds to calls for a small fire, a burglary at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden and a group of suspicious skateboarders.
As campus remains mostly empty, the University Police Department responds to calls for an email scam, vandalism at Beachside Dining Hall and juveniles swimming in the Maxson Plaza fountain.
Jamie Williams, 44, has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder and injury of his family members in 2018.
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.
Student Health Services and the University Police Department are preparing for possible crimes against campus abortion providers once on-campus abortions are implemented in 2023.
A music disturbance and an elevator emergency highlighted the UPD crime log this week.