University police officers respond to reports of a stolen bike, graffiti and fire extinguishers being tampered with on campus.
The Walter Pyramid ticket booth gets graffitied, the university president’s neighborhood sees a snooper and someone drives on campus.
Another vending machine was broken into, new phones were stolen from the delivery box, and more items were stolen from a cubicle.
Reports of suspicious activity and petty theft lead this week’s crime blotter.
An alleged off-campus rape incident and suspicious activity on campus headline this week’s crime blotter report.
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.
Vandalism at the Chancellor’s office Staff at the California State University Office of the Chancellor’s reported vandalism outside of the building Feb. 21. Vandals spray-painted the phrase, “F THE POLICE” and other illegible writing. According to Capt. Richard Goodwin, there are no suspects or leads. Suspicious cure in the library[Read More…]
Stalking – A female student arrived at the University Police Department Sept. 13 to file a report that someone was stalking her. The victim told the reporting officers that the subject was repeatedly texting her the night before. “We have an ongoing case of a stalking whereby our victim is[Read More…]
Vandalism continues– A report was made on Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. concerning an act of anti-Semitic vandalism that occured in a stall of a women’s restroom in the Psychology building. The act was committed in black sharpie and was located behind the purse holders in a stall. According to[Read More…]
Public Intoxication – A rowdy individual was reported to be publicly intoxicated at the Nugget Pub and Grill at 5:19 p.m. Feb. 15. “The subject went inside the nugget, he was intoxicated [and] possibly hit another subject,” said Lt. Richard Goodwin of the University Police Department. “Medical aid was refused[Read More…]