Two people asked a female student suspicious questions and hit-and-runs persist in this week’s crime blotter.
Tag: grand theft
The parking situation at CSULB has resulted in an influx of traffic on campus, leading to numerous hit-and-runs in the first weeks of the fall semester.
Grand Theft – Campus authorities responded to a distressed student’s call near the Parkside dormitories at 3:10 p.m. April 17. Upon arrival, a student claimed that his red Giant bike was stolen and wished to file a report. According to Lt. Richard Goodwin of the University Police, the student was[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…]
Criminal threats – At 2:30 p.m., a call for University Police Department was made by an employee at University Bookstore on Nov. 1 after an irate customer called into the store and began relentlessly yelling at an employee. The customer said they were not pleased by the service they received.[Read More…]