LBSU was noticeably quieter as students and faculty opted to stay away.
Tag: University Police Department
Crime Blotter: University Police respond to a stolen wallet, an ENG 3 burglary and a finals freakout in the library
Police are investigating threatening graffiti found in a women’s restroom stall across the hall from Liberal Arts 2 that read “School shooter tm [tomorrow] be warned 5-9” Wednesday.
Officers transport a transient man to a mental health facility.
Vending machine break-in: University Police were called to the courtyard of the nursing building Jan. 21 to investigate two vending machines that had been broken into. Upon arrival, police discovered the damage sustained by the machines inhibited the purchasing of Coca-Cola drinks. The remaining product was taken into custody; the[Read More…]
After a long work week, 25-year-old Shayda Monjezi, a Cal State Long Beach film graduate, decided to unwind with a few drinks in Downtown Long Beach. But her night took a turn when she was almost assaulted by a drunk pedestrian. A man attempted to get her attention by whistling[Read More…]
Two months after La Raza Student Association received death threats through Facebook, a suspect was taken into custody. 40-year-old Christopher Cook of Fountain Valley was booked by University Police into the Long Beach City Jail on suspicion of five counts of felony criminal threats, 422 Penal Code, with a hate[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…]
Disturbance – University Police arrived at 7 p.m. on Oct. 24 to Lot 8A when a female student requested police presence to settle a parking dispute. The woman claimed that as she was parking her car, a male subject approached her. He claimed she had taken the parking slot from[Read More…]
Black chairs filled the University Student Union ballrooms Wednesday night, but only half of the seats were filled. Meanwhile, a group of panelists sat facing the crowd and addressed one of the hottest topics on campus today — free speech. The First Amendment panel took place Nov. 1 and was[Read More…]