Two Long Beach State students filed stalking reports to the University Police Department this past week. Their stories lead this week’s crime blotter.
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Amidst the college mental health crisis, the university held a series of programs to address the leading health concerns among young adults.
An alleged off-campus rape incident and suspicious activity on campus headline this week’s crime blotter report.
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.
From 2017 to 2018, drug and liquor law referrals on campus and in campus residences went down to zero.
People in unlocked rooms barricaded doors with belts, desks and podiums when the rooms were unable to be secured. Some students are angry about the lack of security.
Suspicious activity and a rare traffic accident involving a unicycle lead the way for this week’s crime blotter.
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.
An incident on Bellflower boulevard left some injured and shut down southbound traffic. Police apprehended a suspect who fled the scene.
The first day of fall semester the university implemented new parking strategies. All general parking lots on lower campus were full by mid-morning.