Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S8E7 — Ukraine Conflict and man arrested at University Library
Tag: University Police
A scissor lift was moved to a different parking lot at CSULB, drivers caused minor traffic issues at the intersection of East Seventh Street and West Campus Drive and University Police Department officers assist campus-goers.
Students call on CSU to defund university police, urge institutions to invest in mental health counseling services
Students and faculty from across several CSU campuses called for the defunding of university police departments by the Board of Trustees and for more funds to be invested in beneficial services, including mental health counseling as speakers expressed their concerns with the decision-making of the committee throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
A student reported their car stolen from the inside of the Pyramid Parking Structure on Wednesday afternoon.
The suspect, Prateek Devulpally, posted the bail amount of $50,000 and was released on Oct. 9.
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.
Mike Walter, namesake of the Walter Pyramid, suffered a head laceration after tripping and falling while leaving Friday night’s men’s volleyball game. Walter was walking down the Pyramid steps on his way to the parking structure in lot G11 when the incident occured. He was accompanied by President Jane Close[Read More…]
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…]
Dog in action – There were two incidents over the past week that prompted campus members to call the police to inspect suspicious bags left around campus, both of which required the campus’ K-9 unit to investigate. “We don’t send the dog out on something that we know is an[Read More…]