Over the last two years, there’s been an increase in theft compared to the 2021 academic year.
Crime Blotter: Threatening messages, a dog in a car and reported theft
Threatening messages, a dog in a car and a washer theft are in this week’s blotter.
Crime blotter: Petty theft, suspicious circumstances and a hit-and-run
Reports of petty theft and suspicious circumstances lead off this week’s crime blotter.
Rape allegations, suspicious activity and vandalism
An alleged off-campus rape incident and suspicious activity on campus headline this week’s crime blotter report.
A Beachside arrest, a construction site burglary and an injured dog
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 bike thieves apprehended at Beachside
Two suspects were arrested Sunday night by University Police Department for attempting to steal two bikes at the Beachside College Dorms.
Crime blotter: UPD responds to a suspicious senior, a partial bike theft and a lost seagull
Suspicious senior at the theatre and library A Long Beach State student reported an older White male wearing a tan hat taking pictures of them and their vehicle near the University Theatre Feb. 17 at 10:30 a.m. After the student’s call, the University Police Department found the 5-foot-7-inch senior citizen[Read More…]
Crime blotter: a double bike theft, Valentine’s day exhibitionist and missing golf cart
Double bike theft at the dorms Two bikes were reported stolen from Beachside and Parkside dorms on Feb. 11. The first theft occurred just before 5 p.m. at Parkside. A purple and silver Schwinn hybrid bike was stolen after the cable lock securing it was severed. The second theft occurred[Read More…]
Crime blotter: UPD responds to grand theft, a burglarized locker and suspicious person
Grand theft in Hall of Science On Feb. 1, a Hall of Science faculty member reported a theft of equipment totaling $10,000. The reporting Long Beach State faculty member said the theft occurred sometime between Jan. 14 and Feb. 1. University Police Department Capt. Richard Goodwin explained the stolen equipment[Read More…]
Crime blotter: Harassing calls, traffic accident and a chase
Injury-related accident – On Oct. 16 police responded to a call of an accident regarding a pedestrian hit by a vehicle at the Pyramid Parking Structure. The pedestrian, identified as a student by Long Beach State Police Lt. Richard Goodwin, sustained injuries, but not serious enough to warrant an ambulance.[Read More…]