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PSU Crime Blotter

JULY 8

Exclusion
Smith Memorial Student Union

At 11:40 a.m., a student reported being followed by a white male into Smith Memorial Student Union. Officers Brian Rominger and Gregory Marks responded and contacted nonstudent Phillip Cox, who stated he was on campus to study in Millar Library. Cox was issued an exclusion.

Arrest
Peter Stott Center

Sgt. Michael Anderson contacted nonstudent Christopher Long at 2:24 p.m. after a report that Long had urinated behind the Stott Center and then shoved an employee when confronted. Long was issued a citation in lieu of arrest for harassment and offensive littering as well as an exclusion.

JULY 9

Theft
Academic and Student Rec Center

Officer Rominger took a report of a bike theft at 10:57 a.m. from a student who stated the bicycle was taken from the bike rack at the northwest corner of the building on July 8 between 2 and 9 p.m.

Exclusion
Science Building 1

At 12:05 p.m., officers Shawn McKenzie and Rominger contacted nonstudents Justin Panek, Matthew Weed and Zachary Folsom, who were leaving the west entrance of the building. Panek admitted to having needles on his person. All three were issued exclusions.

Arrest

Officer McKenzie arrested nonstudent Justin Panek on a probation violation detainer and possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) at 2:18 p.m.

Arrest
School of Education and Business Administration, northeast entrance

At 1:30 p.m., Officer Rominger received a report of a suspicious person sleeping in the entrance to the building. Upon arrival officers contacted nonstudent Amy Salerno, who had a current exclusion. Salerno was issued a citation in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass II.

Arrest
School of Education and Business Administration, second floor

Sgt. Anderson and Officer Chris Fischer arrested nonstudent Robert Jensen for felony public indecency, criminal trespass II and a probation violation detainer at 9:43 p.m. Jensen was a suspect in a report of a male subject masturbating and was taken into custody after a short foot pursuit.

JULY 10

Arrest
Honors Building, north side

At 6:29 p.m., officers Jon Buck and David Baker contacted a group of nonstudents for offensive littering. David Grandon Jr. refused to cooperate throughout the contact but was eventually taken into custody for offensive littering and issued an exclusion.

JULY 11

Exclusion
Neuberger Hall

Officers Nichola Higbee and Gary Smeltzer, Lt. Craig Whitten and Sgt. Robert McLeary responded to a hold-up alarm at ID Services at 11:41 a.m. After a report of a suspicious male wearing a mask and acting strange, officers contacted nonstudent Roy Tankersley and issued him an exclusion.

Arrest
Millar Library

At 4:11 p.m., Officer Denae Murphy contacted nonstudent Ryan Wheeler, who had a current exclusion, and issued him a citation in lieu
of arrest for criminal trespass II.

Theft
Science Research and Teaching Center, room 361

Officer Baker received a report of a theft from a student at 5:52 p.m. The student reported that her purse was stolen from the classroom between 4:45 and 5:10 p.m.

JULY 12

Exclusion
Neuberger Hall, first floor

At 3 p.m., Officer Higbee contacted nonstudent Debra Hyde, who had been previously asked to not return to campus, and issued Hyde an exclusion.

JULY 1

Arrest
Cramer Hall

At 7:39 p.m., Officer Chris Fischer and Sgt. Michael Anderson contacted nonstudents Caden Milligan and Kacee Saldivar. Saldivar was injecting heroin in a women’s restroom while Milligan charged his phone in a study lounge. Saldivar was arrested on three outstanding warrants and Milligan was arrested on one outstanding warrant.

Exclusion
Broadway Housing Building, second floor

Officer Brian Rominger contacted nonstudent Futhum E. Habte, who was sleeping and claimed a student let him into the building to use the computer lab after a night of drinking. Habte was issued an exclusion.

Burglary
Neuberger Hall, room 11

At 8:30 a.m., Officer Rominger received a report from faculty members that a classroom was entered and a documentation camera and ceiling projector were taken along with pieces of the podium.

JULY 2

Arrest
Science Building One

Officer David Baker contacted nonstudent Christina Chavez, who had a current exclusion, at 9:44 a.m. Chavez was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass II.

Burglary
Science Research Teaching Center, room 230E

At 10:53 a.m., Officer Rominger received a report from a faculty member that between July 1 at 5:10 p.m. and July 2 at 10 a.m. her office was entered and her Blackstar saddle bag and an amber and silver necklace were taken.

Arrest

Student issued citation by Officer Fischer and Sgt. Anderson in lieu of arrest for attempted unlawful possession of heroin. No further information.

Theft
Parking Structure 3, first floor

At 7:55 p.m., Sgt. Anderson received a report of a motorcycle license plate stolen off of a motorcycle between 10:40 a.m. and 4:20 p.m. No further information.

JULY 3

Theft
Parking Structure 1, basement

Officer Denae Murphy took a report of a student’s vehicle being entered between 7:55 a.m. and 5:20 p.m. and $300 worth of belongings taken.

Suspicious person
Neuberger Hall, third-floor computer lab

At 5:17 p.m., Officer Baker received a report of a suspicious subject staring at people in the computer lab, unzipping his pants and placing an extended finger in his crotch. Subject was described as a 5-foot-8-inch white male with a medium build and light brown hair wearing a white T-shirt and beige shorts. Officers responded and searched the area but were unable to locate the subject.

JULY 4

Arrest
Parking Structure 2, northwest stairwell

Officers Murphy and Baker contacted four suspicious males at Southwest Broadway and Mill Street who were seen exiting the parking garage. Upon contact, nonstudent William Duke became enraged and advanced toward officers with a wooden chair leg brandished as a weapon. Duke was arrested and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center for criminal trespass II and menacing, and on a probation violation detainer.

JULY 5

Shoplifting
Smith Memorial Student Union, PSU Market

Officer Baker received a report of an unknown male who took a bag of chips and a beverage without paying for them and then left toward the South Park Blocks.

Exclusion
Honors Building, north side

At 9:05 p.m., officers Baker and Murphy contacted nonstudents Molly Barger and Victor Rogers for an open container of alcohol in Barger’s possession. Barger was issued an exclusion.

Arrest
Parking Structure 2

Officer Jon Buck contacted and arrested nonstudent Gregory Percival for two outstanding warrants at 10:40 p.m. Percival was lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.

JULY 6

Theft
Broadway Housing Building, second floor

Officer Gary Smeltzer received a report from a student worker who stated her bag and iPad Mini were stolen between 12:30 and 12:35 p.m. Items were later located abandoned in a restroom.

Arrest
Parking Structure 2, northwest corner

At 8:04 p.m., officers Buck and Fischer contacted and arrested nonstudent Burdette Jones for two outstanding warrants. Jones was also issued an exclusion.

JULY 7

Arrest
Native American Student and Community Center

Officers Rominger and Fischer and Sgt. Anderson contacted and arrested nonstudents Thomas Henden and Thelma Lucas for criminal trespass II at 4:04 p.m.

JUNE 24

Theft
Cramer Hall, south side

At 7:01 p.m., Sgt. Michael Anderson took a report of a bike theft that occurred between 9:15 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.

Theft
Ondine Residence Hall

Sgt. Anderson took a report of a laptop stolen between June 22 at midnight and June 23 at
11:00 p.m.

JUNE 25

Theft
Millar Library

Officer Chris Fischer took a report of a bike stolen from a student.

Exclusion
Honors Building, north side

At 4:30 a.m., officers Brian Rominger and Shawn McKenzie contacted nonstudent Kelly Michael Craig, who had an open container of alcohol. Craig was issued an exclusion.

JUNE 26

Arrest
Lincoln Hall, west side

At 3:14 p.m., officers David Baker and Denae Murphy contacted nonstudent Westley Foster, who had a current exclusion and had been arrested numerous times for trespass and narcotics. Foster was arrested and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center for criminal trespass II and a probation violation detainer.

Arrest

Officer Nichola Higbee cited in lieu of arrest a student for telephonic harassment at 4 p.m.

JUNE 27

Theft
Extended Studies Building, room 205

Officer Higbee received a report of a Mac Mini computer, keyboard and mouse stolen sometime between June 18 and June 21.

Arrest
Southwest 12th Avenue and Mill Street

At 4:30 p.m., officers responded to a report of a fight in progress. Upon arrival officers contacted nonstudent Christina Chavez, who had cut her own face and smeared her blood on the arm of a contracted PSU facilities employee. Chavez had a current PSU exclusion and was arrested and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center for criminal trespass II, harassment and reckless endangerment.

Exclusion
1809 SW 11th Ave.

Officer Murphy contacted and issued an exclusion to nonstudent James Smith, who was dumpster diving at 6:20 p.m.

Arrest
Parking Structure 3, northwest stairwell

At 11:37 p.m., officers Baker and Murphy contacted nonstudent Michael Hansen, who was very intoxicated and uncooperative, for having an open container of alcohol. Hansen was arrested and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center for criminal trespass II.

JUNE 29

Arrest

Southwest 13th Avenue and I-405 ramp

At 10:10 a.m., Officer McKenzie contacted nonstudent George Fuson, who ran onto the I-405 ramp. Fuson was arrested for two outstanding warrants and two additional unknown charges from Officer McKenzie and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.

JUNE 12

Exclusion
Montgomery Residence Hall

Sergeant Michael Anderson and Officer Chris Fischer contacted nonstudent Edward Panice going through a dumpster. Panice was issued an exclusion.

Theft
Millar Library, second floor computer lab

At 1:55 p.m., Officer Brian Rominger took a theft report from a student who stated his backpack was stolen between 1:30 p.m. and 1:45 p.m. when he left it unattended. The victim located his backpack in the men’s restroom on the fourth floor but miscellaneous items were missing.

Exclusion
University Center Building, second floor student lounge

Officer David Baker received a report of a suspicious male sleeping in the area at 10:49 p.m. Baker contacted nonstudent David Scafidi and issued him an exclusion.

JUNE 12

Theft
Cramer Hall, south side

Officer Brenton Chose received a report from a student whose bike was stolen between 4:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.

JUNE 14

Arrest
Smith Memorial Student Union, first floor

At 6:16 p.m., Officer Baker contacted nonstudent Joseph Turner, who had a current exclusion. Turner was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass II.

JUNE 15

Theft
Park Blocks

Sergeant Robert McLeary took a report of a purse stolen during the Farmers Market from vendor Santina Telio at 11:37 a.m.

Arrest
Broadway Housing Building, north side

Officers Denae Murphy, Fischer, Jared Schuurmans and Chose received a report at 9:58 p.m. of two people dumpster diving. Officers contacted nonstudents Austin McGee and Courtney Robinson-Ellis, who both had current exclusions. McGee was arrested for criminal trespass II and Robinson-Ellis was arrested for criminal trespass II and attempted possession of a controlled substance.

JUNE 16

Exclusion
Ondine Residence Hall

At 1:56 a.m., officers Peter Ward, Schuurmans and Fischer contacted and excluded nonstudent Bryn Matthew Cumberland, the guest of a resident, when Cumberland refused to leave following an argument with the resident he was visiting.

Exclusion
Honors Building, north side

Officers Rominger and Shawn McKenzie contacted nonstudents Adnan Mohammad and Jacquelyn Anderberg for having open containers of alcohol at 10:28 a.m. Mohammad and Anderberg were issued exclusions.

Arrest
Engineering Building, west side

At 12:20 p.m., officers Rominger and McKenzie contacted nonstudent Alan Zeigler, who had a current exclusion and was digging through a trash receptacle. Zeigler was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal
trespass II.

JUNE 17

Exclusion
Southwest Fourth Avenue and Hall Street

Officer McKenzie contacted nonstudent Jonothan Edwards at 9 a.m. for being in possession of found property and drug paraphernalia. Edwards was issued an exclusion.

Theft
Blumel Residence Hall

At 9:27 a.m., officers Gregory Marks and Rominger took a report of a bike theft from a student who locked a bike on the bike rack at 1 p.m. on June 16 and returned at 8:45 a.m. on June 17 to find the bike gone.

Unauthorized entry into motor vehicle/theft
Parking Structure 1

Officer Rominger took a report from a student who stated her car was broken into between 11:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. The key lock on the driver’s-side door was punched out and multiple electronics and miscellaneous items were taken.

JUNE 18

Marijuana violation
Stratford Residence Hall

Marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia were seized from a student’s room by Officer Schuurmans at 10:46 p.m.

JUNE 19

Theft
University Place Hotel

Officer Murphy took a report of a coffeemaker being stolen from the housekeeping closet on the third floor by an unknown female subject.

JUNE 20

Arrest
Smith Memorial Student Union, loading bay

At 5:26 p.m., officers Baker and Buck contacted nonstudents Shawna Derosier and Richard Nielson for trespassing. Derosier was arrested on an outstanding warrant and attempted unlawful possession of heroin.

Theft
Neuberger Hall/Smith Memorial Student Union

Officer Jon Buck took a report from nonstudent Corey Stewart at 5:31 p.m., who said his bike and two locks were stolen from the bike stable on June 18 between 2 and 6 p.m.

JUNE 21

Exclusion
Cramer Hall, fourth floor south alcove

At 8:04 a.m., Officer Gary Smeltzer contacted nonstudent Mitchell McNamara, who was sleeping or passed out. McNamara was issued an exclusion.

Burglary
Montgomery Residence Hall

Officer Nichola Higbee took a report from a student who said her room was entered between 12:45 and 12:53 p.m. and her laptop, phone, wallet with her PSU ID and backpack were taken.

Arrest
Parking Structure 3

At 7:37 p.m., officers Buck and Baker observed nonstudent Daniel Bittle exit the west entry/exit of Parking Structure 3. Bittle had a current exclusion and was cited for criminal trespass II.

JUNE 22

Arrest

Officer Fischer arrested nonstudent Rives Robertson on two outstanding warrants at 7:09 p.m.

JUNE 23

Arrest
Parking Structure 3, southwest corner

At 8:31 a.m., officers Rominger and Marks contacted nonstudent Todd J. Williams, who was sleeping in the area. Williams was arrested for criminal trespass II and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.

Criminal Mischief
Smith Memorial Student Union

Sgt. Anderson located damaged and unsecured doors at 7:59 p.m.

Exclusion
Ondine Residence Hall

Officer Fischer contacted and excluded nonstudents Andrea Even and Michael Volta for sleeping in the hallway.

MAY 28

Theft
Bike stable between Smith Memorial Student Union and Cramer Hall

At 6:31 p.m., Officer Jon Buck took a report of a bike theft from a staff member who stated that her bike and accessories, valued at $1,540, were taken between 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Theft
Urban Center Building, room 370B

Officers Gregory Marks and Brian Rominger took a report from a faculty member who stated his laptop was stolen from his open office between 10 a.m. and 10:15 a.m.

MAY 29

Hit and run
Parking Structure 3, sixth floor

Officers Marks and Rominger received a report from a student at 12:06 p.m. that she left her vehicle at 10 a.m. and returned at 12 p.m. to find her vehicle had been damaged along the rear driver’s side passenger door and the exterior panel of the rear driver’s side wheel well.

Arrest
Smith Memorial Student Union, first floor

At 3:02 p.m., officers David Baker and Denae Murphy contacted and arrested nonstudent John Baker, who had a current PSU exclusion order and an outstanding warrant.

Arrest

Officer Murphy contacted and arrested nonstudent James Scott Haas for two outstanding warrants and issued him an exclusion order. No further information.

MAY 30

Exclusion order
Meetro Cafe

Sgt. Robert McLeary received a report of a woman acting odd, attempting to steal a board game of no value and entering private offices at 11:54 a.m. McLeary contacted nonstudent Taysha Torrez and, after interviewing her, determined she was mentally unstable and off her medication. Torrez was issued an exclusion order.

Exclusion order
South Park Blocks

Officer Murphy contacted and gave an exclusion order to nonstudent Glen A. Hathaway for having an open container of alcohol and being intoxicated. No further information.

Marijuana violation
Stott Center, south side

At 4:47 p.m., Officer Baker contacted a student for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. The incident was referred to Enrollment Management and Student Affairs.

Graffiti
University Center Building, east side

Officer Peter Ward located new graffiti.

MAY 31

Arrest
Honors Building, north side

Officers Baker and Murphy contacted nonstudents Noah Whitewolf and Jacob Mason at 5:16 p.m. for having open containers of alcohol. Mason had two outstanding warrants and was arrested. Both subjects were issued exclusion orders.

Exclusion order
Ondine Residence Hall

At 11:10 p.m., officers Brenton Chose, Baker, Murphy and Buck responded to a report of a suspicious person entering Ondine and then entering the men’s restroom in the first-floor lobby. Officers contacted nonstudent Kim Oviatt, who was issued an exclusion and escorted from the building.

JUNE 1

Exclusion order
Smith Memorial Student Union, second floor

Officers Nichola Higbee, Shawn McKenzie and Gary Smeltzer contacted nonstudent Nikolaus Manousos and issued him an exclusion order at 8:20 a.m. No further information.

JUNE 2

Arrest
South Park Blocks

Officers Rominger, McKenzie and Buck contacted and gave an exclusion order to nonstudent William G. Brown at 11 a.m. for drinking alcohol on campus. Brown then left the park and sat on the bench on the northwest corner of Parking Structure 2. Brown was arrested for criminal trespass II and taken to the Multnomah County Detention Center.

Criminal mischief
Smith Memorial Student Union

At 7:22 p.m., Sgt. Michael Anderson discovered the locking mechanisms on two doors on the north side of Smith had been tampered with.

MAY 20

Arrest
Extended Studies Building
Officers Shawn McKenzie, Brian Rominger and Jon Buck contacted a male student standing next to a vehicle registered to the student’s parents at 8:40 p.m. The student had an outstanding felony warrant. On the roof of the car were two pills that tested positive for opiates. The student was arrested on the warrant and for possession of controlled substances.

MAY 21

Graffiti
Cramer Hall, basement
At 11 a.m., Officer Nichola Higbee received a report of graffiti in the men’s restroom.

Unwanted contact
Parking Structure 3

At 8:30 p.m., Officer Gary Smeltzer received a report from a female student that a black male who identified himself as Stephan made small talk with her and followed her to her car on the fifth floor of Parking Structure 3. The subject then told the female student he was hitting on her and when she refused his advances he told her he was going to kiss her anyway. The subject put his hand on her shoulder and leaned in to her and she pushed him away. At that time a car drove by, possibly scaring the subject off. The subject was described as approximately 5-feet-8-inches tall and wearing glasses, and had an accent of unknown origin.

MAY 22

Arrest
Cramer Hall, third floor

Officers Gregory Marks, Smeltzer and Higbee contacted nonstudent James Moore, who had a current exclusion order, after finding him sleeping on the third floor of Cramer at 7:51 a.m. Moore was cited in lieu of arrest for trespassing.

Arrest
Lincoln Hall, basement

Officers Higbee, Smeltzer and Marks received a report of a man lying on the bathroom floor at 1:04 p.m. Upon arrival officers contacted nonstudent Jon Marcus, who consented to being searched, and found one heroin bindle and narcotic paraphernalia. Marcus was issued an exclusion order and arrested for possession of a controlled substance (heroin) and taken to the Multnomah County Detention Center.

Arrest

At 3:15 p.m., officers Smeltzer, David Baker, and Denae Murphy arrested a male student for harassment and criminal mischief. The student was a suspect in an assault that occurred May 16. No further information.

Arrest
Urban Center Building

Officers Murphy and Baker received a report of a suspicious male loitering in the lobby of the Urban Center Building at 5:50 p.m. Upon arrival they contacted nonstudent James Moore, who had a current exclusion order and had been cited for trespassing earlier in the day. Moore was arrested for trespassing and taken to the Multnomah County Detention Center.

MAY 23
Vandalism

Smith Memorial Student Union

Officer Smeltzer received a report at 1:35 p.m. of a student being video recorded removing and destroying a student group’s university authorized event announcement fliers.

Marijuana violation
Broadway Housing Building

At 4:40 p.m., Officer Smeltzer assisted Housing and Residence Life with the removal of marijuana and drug paraphernalia from a student’s room. No further information.

MAY 24

Theft

Fourth Avenue Building, east side

Officer Baker took a report at 4:52 p.m. from Transportation and Parking Services of a stolen citation device. The citation device was taken after it was unintentionally left on a bench for 30 minutes by a parking enforcement officer. The item was later located using GPS and recovered from nonstudent Leonard Szabo off campus. It was determined Szabo suffers from a mental illness and did not understand the situation. Szabo was issued an exclusion order.

MAY 25

Arrest
Science Building 1, north side

Officers Murphy and Baker contacted nonstudents Daniel Bittle and Dwight White for having open containers of alcohol at 8:39 p.m. Bittle had current exclusion order and was cited in lieu of arrest for trespassing. White was issued an exclusion order.

MAY 26

Unauthorized entry into motor vehicle
Parking Structure 2, third floor

Sgt. Michael Anderson received a report that a 1990 Acura was entered and the glove box and center console ransacked at 10:42 p.m. The front passenger-side window’s glass was pulled away from the weather stripping to gain access to the vehicle. Nothing was missing.

MAY 27

Arrest
Southwest 13th Avenue and Clay Street

At 8:10 a.m., officers McKenzie and Marks arrested nonstudent George Fuson on two outstanding warrants. No further information.

Arrest

Sgt. Anderson arrested nonstudent Garrison Grummel for an outstanding warrant at 7:24 p.m. No further information.

MAY 13

Arrest
Cramer Hall, south side

Officers Brian Rominger and Shawn McKenzie contacted nonstudent Andree Debruge, who was sleeping on a bench at noon. Debruge had current exclusion order and was cited in lieu of arrest for trespassing.

Theft
Smith Memorial Student Union, second floor

At 1:13 p.m., Officer Rominger received a report from a student stating his backpack and Sony laptop were stolen.

Theft
Ondine Residence Hall

Officer Nichola Higbee took a report from a student at 1:40 p.m. who said his backpack was stolen after he accidentally left it on a bench in front of the building.

Marijuana violation

Ondine Residence Hall

At 1:46 p.m. marijuana that had been located in a student’s room was seized by officers Higbee and Rominger.

MAY 14

Exclusion order
Millar Library, fourth floor

Officers Rominger and McKenzie contacted nonstudent Stephen Wayne Hamilton, who was asleep with his hand down his pants and emitting a foul body odor at 11:20 a.m. Hamilton was issued an exclusion order.

Theft

Officer Higbee received a report from a student of her wallet being stolen on May 10. No further information.

Arrest
King Albert Residence Hall, northeast wall

At 4:27 p.m., officers Rominger and McKenzie contacted nonstudent Michael Croghan, who was yelling profane and vulgar things at passersby. When contacted, Croghan attempted to run from officers and threw a black container with a clear lid on the ground. Croghan was arrested for disorderly conduct and offensive littering and was taken to Multnomah County Detention Center.

Exclusion order
Fourth Avenue Building

Officers Chris Fischer and Jon Buck responded to a report of a male subject positioned on the grassy area in front of the building with his pants pulled down, exposing his penis to the public, at 5:33 p.m. Officers contacted the subject, nonstudent Kevin Phillips, and issued him an exclusion order.

Arrest
Fourth Avenue Building

At 7:56 p.m. officers Fischer and Buck re-contacted nonstudent Kevin Phillips approximately 50 feet from where he had been previously excluded after he incoherently yelled at a student without provocation. Phillips was arrested for trespassing and taken to the Multnomah County Detention Center.

MAY 16

Assault
Meetro Cafe

Officer David Baker took a report from a student at 9:14 p.m. who said that earlier in the day another student had struck him on the chin, causing him to fall to the ground.

MAY 17

Attempted theft
Science Research and Teaching Center, room 104

Sgt. Robert McLeary received a report of damage done to a computer cabinet in an attempt to remove a computer CPU from the room; the cabinet lock was broken and the CPU pulled out. No further information.

MAY 18

Theft
Smith Memorial Student Union, north side

Officer Gary Smeltzer received a report from a student who said her bike seat was stolen off her bike between 7 and 8:30 a.m. while the bike was secured to a bike rack.

Indecent exposure
Graduate School of Education building, fourth floor

At 4:31 p.m., officers Rominger and McKenzie responded to a report of a male subject exposing his penis and masturbating in front of a student. Officers searched the building but were unable to locate the subject. He was described as a white male in his 30s with short brown hair, weighing approximately 200 pounds and approximately 6 feet tall. The man was described as wearing a black sweater, black sweat pants and black Converse shoes with white laces.

Arrest
Parking Structure 2, northwest corner

Officers Denae Murphy and Baker contacted nonstudent Burdette Jones, who had a current exclusion order and an outstanding warrant, at 4:15 p.m. Jones was arrested on the warrant and for trespassing. No further information.

Minor in possession
Parking Structure 3, sixth floor

Officers Murphy and Baker contacted a student and nonstudent Lim Bassallo-Phoenix for having open containers of alcohol at 9:42 p.m. Both subjects were under 21 years of age. The incident was forwarded to the Office of the Dean of Student Life.

MAY 19

Arrest
Broadway Housing Building, second floor

At 3:45 a.m. Officer Brenton Chose contacted nonstudent Alex Gravel, who had an outstanding warrant and was in possession of methamphetamine. Gravel was also in possession of a lost or mislaid PSU student access card, which allowed him to access the second floor of the building. Gravel was arrested on the warrant and for attempted possession of methamphetamine and theft of lost/mislaid property. Gravel was also issued an exclusion order.

Indecent exposure
Lincoln Hall

Officer Gregory Marks responded to a report of a male subject exposing his penis and masturbating at 1:17 p.m. Officer Marks searched the area but was unable to locate the subject, who was described as a white male between 30 and 50 years of age with gray hair and wearing green shorts.

Arrest
Helen Gordon Child Development Center

At 8:39 p.m., Officer Buck observed nonstudent Michael Pendergrass opening and entering the north side gate to the center and accessing the property. Pendergrass had a current exclusion order. Pendergrass was issued an updated exclusion and cited in lieu of arrest for trespassing.

MAY 6

Exclusion order

University Honors Building, north side

Officer Shawn McKenzie contacted nonstudent Leroy Harlow with an open container of alcohol at 11:45 a.m. and issued Harlow an exclusion.

Theft
Stephen Epler Residence Hall

Officer McKenzie took a report of a bike being stolen between 11 a.m. and 3:10 p.m.

Theft
Parking Structure 3, fourth floor

Officer Chris Fischer took a report of a vehicle being broken into and clothing and a blanket stolen from it.

Theft
Academic and Student Rec Center

At 8 p.m., Officer Fischer took a report from a student who said his ASRC locker was opened and his wallet and dorm keys were stolen.

MAY 7

Theft

Ondine Residence Hall parking lot

Officer McKenzie and Officer Brian Rominger received a report at 1:54 p.m. from a student who said that sometime between 5 p.m. on May 6 and 8:45 a.m. on May 7, the driver’s-side window of his vehicle was pushed down and a large amount of change and a pocket knife were taken.

Theft
Blackstone Residence Hall basement

At 11:08 a.m., Officer Nichola Higbee received a report of a children’s copilot bicycle trailer being stolen sometime between April 29 and May 7.

MAY 8

Theft
Native American Student and Community Center

Officer Higbee received a report of a purse and three textbooks stolen out of a car at 8:47 a.m.

Arrest

University Honors Building, north side

Officers David Baker and Denae Murphy contacted nonstudents Donald Shearer and Mark Sutton, who had open containers of alcohol at 3:34 p.m. Shearer had a current exclusion order and was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass. Sutton was issued an exclusion order.

Public Indecency
Science Research and Teaching Center, south side

Officers Jon Buck, Baker and Murphy received a report at 7:54 p.m. from a faculty member that an unknown male subject exposed himself to her. The subject asked the victim to take a picture of his tattoo with his smart phone and when the victim looked up from the phone the subject dropped his shorts down, revealing his erect penis, and then began to slide his hand up and down on his penis. The victim set the phone down and walked away. The suspect is described as a white male in his 30s, about 5’7” and 200 pounds, with brown hair, a thick brown beard and a big, black, square tattoo near the pelvic region of his right hip. He was wearing a t-shirt and tan cargo shorts.

Hit and Run
Fourth Avenue Building

Officer Murphy received a report of a vehicle being parked at the beginning of the day and the driver returning at the end of the day to find it severely damaged.

MAY 10

Exposer
Smith Memorial Student Union Market

At 4:25 p.m. Officer Murphy received a report of a male subject walking around naked. Officer Murphy was unable to locate the subject but descriptions of the subject and his tattoo are similar to those of the suspect who exposed himself to a faculty member on May 8.

Arrest
Engineering Building, south side

Officers Baker and Murphy contacted nonstudent William Peckham, who had a current exclusion and an open container of alcohol. Peckham was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass II.

Arrest
Urban Plaza

Officers Baker and Murphy contacted nonstudent Michael Hordeman, who had a current exclusion for trespassing. Hordeman was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass II.

Arrest
Engineering Building, south side

Officers Brenton Chose and Buck contacted nonstudent Brian Lankford, who had a current exclusion, at 11:13 p.m. Lankford was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass II.

MAY 11

Arrest
University Honors Building, north side

Officers Rominger and McKenzie contacted nonstudent James Moore, who was lying in the grass near the honors building with his hands in his pants. Moore was issued an exclusion order. Moore returned to the same location at 3:30 p.m., was arrested for criminal trespass and taken to the Multnomah County Detention Center.

Theft
Millar Library, fourth floor

Officer Murphy received a report from nonstudent Sujittra Kitalreewan, who had left her iPad and backpack unattended from 2 to 3 p.m., during which time they were stolen.

Exclusion
Southwest Mill Street and Sixth Avenue

Officers Buck and Murphy observed nonstudent Lisa Aragon wandering in traffic against a green light at Southwest Sixth Avenue at 10:04 p.m. Aragon then stumbled to the Urban Plaza. Aragon was too intoxicated to care for herself and was voluntarily transported to detox. Aragon was issued an exclusion order because of an open container of alcohol found on her person.

Theft
Engineering Building, computer lab 88–09

At 9:45 p.m., Officers Brian Chose, Peter Ward, Jared Schuurmans and Fischer responded to a theft report from a student who said her iPhone was stolen.

MAY 12

Arrest

Smith Memorial Student Union

At 9:29 a.m., officers McKenzie and Rominger contacted nonstudent Franklin Thomas Howard, who had a current exclusion order and two outstanding warrants. Howard was arrested on those warrants and criminal trespass, and was taken to the Multnomah County Detention Center.

APRIL 29

Theft
Millar Library, second-floor computer lab

Officers Brian Rominger and Shawn McKenzie received a report from a female student that her Bose headphones were stolen when she momentarily stepped away from her desk on April 24.

Arrest

At 10:20 a.m., Officer Jon Buck arrested an unknown Portland State student for menacing and disorderly conduct; the student was cited in lieu of arrest. No further information.

Criminal mischief
Parkway Residence Hall

Officer Buck received a report at 8:38 a.m. from a female student who said she parked her car on April 28 at 10:30 p.m. and, when she came back on April 29 at 8:06 a.m., there was a large dent on the hood of her vehicle and the side mirror on the passenger side of her vehicle was broken off.

APRIL 30

Arrest
Lincoln Hall, third-floor men’s restroom

Officers Gregory Marks, Nichola Higbee, McKenzie and Rominger contacted nonstudent Michael Eno, who was found sleeping in the men’s restroom at 7:10 a.m. During a search, drug paraphernalia was found. Eno was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass, attempted possession of a controlled substance (heroin) and issued an exclusion order.

Exclusion
Southwest side of Parking Structure 3

Officers McKenzie, Buck and Rominger contacted nonstudent Danny Butler, who had a bed on the ground with miscellaneous items scattered around it. Butler was issued an exclusion.

MAY 1

Theft
Academic and Student Rec Center, room 001

Officer Higbee received a report from a student that a wallet was stolen from the student’s backpack while the student was on break between 11:15 a.m. and 11:25 a.m.

Exclusion order
Academic and Student Rec Center, first-floor men’s restroom

Officers David Baker and Denae Murphy contacted nonstudent Mark Smith, who was visibly intoxicated and smelled of feces. Smith was found able to care for himself and issued an exclusion order at 8:04 p.m.

Suspicious circumstances
Broadway Housing Building, second-floor computer lab

Officer Brenton Chose received a report at 11:15 p.m. of a suspicious male following residents into the building. The unknown male PSU student was contacted and he said he was a resident of Broadway but didn’t want to spend money on an access card. The student was advised he must have an access card to enter the building in the future.

Graffiti
Peter Stott Center, south exterior wall

Officer Peter Ward located new graffiti at 11:25 p.m.

MAY 2

Theft
Millar Library, fifth floor

At 2 p.m., Officer Gary Smeltzer received a report of a stolen laptop when a student left it unattended after the student got a nosebleed and rushed to the bathroom.

MAY 3

Burglary
Neuberger Hall, room 247

Officer Baker received a report of a backpack and a plastic bag with clothing being taken between April 23 at 8:40 p.m. and April 24 at 3 p.m.

Marijuana seizure
Stephen Epler Residence Hall

Officers Buck and Smeltzer seized an unknown amount of marijuana, a grinder, a glass pipe with marijuana residue, a digital scale and a small bag of suspected marijuana seeds from a student’s room at 11:13 p.m.

Unauthorized access
Broadway Housing Building

At 6:27 p.m., officers Buck and Baker responded to a report of a male subject trying to get into room 370, occupied at the time by two female students. The subject was located and determined to be a student at PSU who said he was trying to find the computer lab on the second floor and admitted to gaining access to the building by following residents onto an elevator. The incident was forwarded to the Office of the Dean of Student Life.

Hit and run
Parking Structure 3

Officer Baker received a report from a student who said she parked her vehicle at 5:30 p.m. and returned at 10:44 p.m. to discover fresh damage to the passenger side of her vehicle.

Theft
Millar Library

Officer Smeltzer received a report at 1 p.m. from a student who reported her backpack and laptop were stolen when left unattended while she went to the restroom.


APRIL 14

Arrest
University Center Building

Officers Denae Murphy and David Baker contacted nonstudent Eric Peters at 4:32 p.m. for urinating on the south side of UCB. While in custody awaiting transport, Peters moved rapidly toward one of the officers with a raised, clenched fist as if to strike. Peters was arrested for offensive littering and menacing and was issued an exclusion order.

APRIL 22

Arrest
Art Building parking lot

Officers Brian Rominger and Shawn McKenzie contacted nonstudent John Baker, who had been a previous trespasser. Baker was arrested for criminal trespass II at 7:53 a.m.

Arrest
Smith Student Memorial Union

At 8:29 a.m., Officer Gregory Marks contacted and arrested nonstudent Patrick Garrett on an outstanding warrant. Garrett was also issued an exclusion order.

Theft
1825 SW Broadway

Officer Marks took a report from a student who said his laptop was stolen on April 18.

Exclusion
Urban Plaza

At 10:23 a.m., Officers Rominger and McKenzie contacted nonstudent Zamani Andrews, who said he was going to enter the Art Building. Andrews was issued an exclusion order.

Arrest

East side of University Honors Building

Officer Jon Buck arrested nonstudent Gregory Crosby on an outstanding warrant at 12:46 p.m.

Marijuana violation
Parking Structure 3

At 3:24 p.m., Officers McKenzie, Rominger and Chris Fischer contacted a student in his vehicle after smelling marijuana. The officers confiscated marijuana from the student, as well as from the student’s dorm room in Broadway Housing Building.

APRIL 23

Robbery
Science Research and Teaching Center

At 10:59 a.m., Officer Marks took a report of robbery III that had just occurred. No further information.

Arrest
Science Research Teaching Center

Sgt. Robert McCleary arrested nonstudent Shanon Thorsen for criminal trespass II.

APRIL 25

Criminal mischief
Extended Studies Building

Officers Buck and Peter Ward took a report from a staff member at 9:13 a.m. of damage to a video/audio switcher and podium door lock that occurred on April 24 between 2:30–6 p.m.

April 12

Arrest

Sgt. Robert McCleary issued a citation to a student in lieu of arrest for failing to register as a sex offender.

April 15

Menacing
East side of Millar Library

Sgt. Michael Anderson took a report from a female student who said a Middle Eastern male in his early 20s with a skinny build walked up to her, said he had a gun in his pocket and demanded her wallet. The subject then laughed and said he couldn’t believe “that works” before leaving the area.

April 16

Theft
North side of Smith Memorial Student Union

Officer Jon Buck took a report from nonstudent Adam Caniparoli, who said the front tire of his bike was stolen between 7:20 and 8 a.m.

Exclusion
Broadway Housing Building

Officers Brian Rominger and Shawn McKenzie responded to a report of a stumbling man attempting to enter Broadway at 9:37 a.m. Officers contacted nonstudent Brad Lindsey, who admitted to trying to enter Broadway. Lindsey was issued an exclusion.

Minor in possession
Southwest Fifth Avenue and College Street

At 3:47 p.m., Officers Rominger and McKenzie contacted a 20-year-old student for being a minor in possession of alcohol. The alcohol was seized and sent for destruction.

Exclusion
East side of Parking Structure 3

At 11:39 p.m., Officer Chris Fischer reissued nonstudent George Fuson an exclusion for possession of half an ounce of marijuana.

April 17

Arrest
North side of University Honors Building

At 3 p.m., Sgt. Anderson contacted nonstudent Shirley Hadley, who was sleeping on the north side of the University Honors Building. Hadley was arrested on an outstanding warrant and issued an exclusion.

Arrest
West side of Stratford Residence Hall

At 7:16 p.m., Officers David Baker and Denae Murphy contacted nonstudents Erich Wonderling and Cheiri Hudson for having an open container of alcohol. Wonderling had an outstanding warrant and current exclusion and was arrested on said warrant. Hudson was issued an exclusion.

Marijuana seizure
Ondine Residence Hall

Officers were requested to respond to Ondine to seize marijuana located in a student’s room. Officer Murphy seized marijuana at 11:17 p.m. and sent it for destruction.

Theft

At 11:19 p.m., Officer Murphy took a report of a stolen iPhone 4 from a faculty member.

April 18

Arrest
West side of Stratford Residence Hall

Officers Baker and Murphy contacted nonstudents Bernard Chorne and Michael Moorman for having an open container at 3:10 p.m. Chorne had a current exclusion and was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass II. Moorman was issued an exclusion.

Marijuana violation
West side of Hoffman Hall

At 4:08 p.m., Officers Baker and Murphy contacted students smoking marijuana. The violation was referred to Enrollment Management and Student Affairs.

April 19

Arrest
University Honors Building

Officer Baker contacted nonstudent George Fuson for drinking from an open container of alcohol at 4:46 p.m. Fuson had a current exclusion and was cited in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass II.

Criminal mischief
Basement of Fourth Avenue Building

Officer Baker took a report from a student at 5:56 p.m. who, after securing his locker at 7 p.m. the night before and returning to it at 5:07 p.m., found the door loose. Nothing was missing, but two pieces of his mail had been opened and his laptop screen was cracked.

Arrest
Millar Library

At 10:33 p.m. Officers Baker and Murphy located a suspicious vehicle parked next to Millar Library and contacted nonstudent John Wiita, who was loading boxes into the vehicle. Wiita consented to a search of the vehicle and five syringes with methamphetamine residue were located. Wiita was arrested for attempted unlawful possession of methamphetamine and trespass II.

Criminal mischief
Ondine Annex

Officer Murphy received a report of graffiti.

April 11

Theft
Millar Library

Officer Brian Rominger took a theft report from a student at 10:02 a.m. who stated his Cricket Huawei Pillar cell phone was stolen when he momentarily stepped away from his desk.

Exclusion
West side of Ondine Residence Hall

Sgt. Michael Anderson reported at 5:37 p.m. that he contacted nonstudent Robert Towers, who was smoking marijuana outside of Ondine. Towers lives in University Pointe and has a medical marijuana card. An exclusion was issued.

Theft
Bike staple between Lincoln and Cramer halls

Officer Jon Buck took a theft report from a student who said his Novara “Buzz” bike, brown with mustard yellow stripes, was stolen from the bike staple between 3:35 and 7:55 p.m. His bike accessories and lock were also stolen.

April 12

Theft
Academic and Student Rec Center, third floor

Sgt. Robert McLeary took a theft report from a student whose cell phone was stolen from a cubby by the basketball courts on the third floor.

APRIL 8

Theft
Neuberger Hall

Officer Brenton Chose took a report from a student that the student’s laptop was stolen out of a locker between 11:25 a.m. and 12:25 a.m. The student said the locker was properly locked the entire time and no signs of forced entry were found.

Arrest
Urban Center

Officers David Baker, Shawn McKenzie, Brian Rominger and Jon Buck contacted nonstudent Dennis Akles at 4:18 p.m. as he was leaving the Urban Center through the north doors. Akles was arrested for criminal trespass II, unlawful possession of methamphetamine and a felony warrant. He was also issued an exclusion order.

Hit and Run
Parking Structure 1, fifth floor

Officer Buck took a report from a student who said the front driver’s-side door to her car had been damaged while parked on April 3.

APRIL 9

Arrest
Southwest Montgomery Street and 12th Avenue

At 3:46 p.m. officers Baker and McKenzie witnessed nonstudent Vadim Gonin enter the southwest stairwell of Parking Structure 3 and then quickly leave. Gonin was arrested for criminal trespass II.

APRIL 10

Graffiti
Ondine Annex bathrooms and hallway

A faculty member advised officers Rominger and Gregory Marks of new graffiti at 8:12 a.m.

Suspicious activity
Broadway Residence Hall

Officers Buck and Baker took a report at 1:48 p.m. from a student resident who reported someone trying to key into her room that morning at approximately 10:15 a.m.

Theft
Stott Center locker room

A student reported to Officer Buck at 4:46 p.m. that $130 cash was stolen out of his wallet on April 9 between 1 and 3:30 p.m.


APRIL 11

Theft
Millar Library

Officer Rominger took a theft report from a student at 10:02 a.m. who stated his Cricket Huawei Pillar cell phone was stolen when he momentarily stepped away from his desk.

Exclusion

West side of Ondine Residence Hall

Sergeant Michael Anderson reported at 5:37 p.m. that he contacted nonstudent Robert Towers, who was smoking marijuana outside of Ondine. Towers lives in University Pointe and has a medical marijuana card. An exclusion was issued.

Theft

Bike staple between Lincoln and Cramer halls

Officer Buck took a theft report from a student who said his Novara “Buzz” bike, brown with mustard yellow stripes, was stolen from the bike staple between 3:35 and 7:55 p.m. His bike accessories and lock were also stolen.


APRIL 12

Theft
Academic and Student Rec Center, third floor

Sergeant Robert McLeary took a theft report from a student whose cell phone was stolen from a cubby by the basketball courts on the third floor.

April 1

Exclusion
Unknown location

Officer Denae Murphy and Officer Jon Buck contacted nonstudent Joseph Lujan at 10:45 p.m. Lujan, who was visibly intoxicated, admitted to huffing a vial of paint thinner found on his person. An exclusion order was issued.

April 2

Criminal Trespass II
North side of Blumel Hall

At 6:45 p.m., Officer Buck, Officer David Baker and Sgt. Michael Anderson contacted nonstudents Aaron Beasley and Justin Ames, both of whom had current exclusions. Beasley and Ames were cited in lieu of custody for criminal trespass II.

April 3

Exclusion
Basement of Lincoln Hall

Officers Buck and Baker contacted nonstudent Joshua Farrell at 5:45 p.m. Farrell lied about being a PSU student and was found to have a lengthy criminal history. An exclusion order was issued.

Arrest
Millar Library

Officers Buck and Baker, Sgt. Anderson and Lt. Craig Whitten responded to a report of a cell phone theft in progress at 6:18 p.m. Shortly after, the Portland Police Bureau was dispatched to a report of a confrontation over a stolen phone at Southwest Fifth Avenue and Harrison Street. A short investigation revealed the suspect in both calls was the same, nonstudent Eric Zimmerman, who has a current exclusion and is on felony probation. Zimmerman’s probation officer was contacted, and a probation violation detainer was issued. Zimmerman was arrested on theft II, criminal trespass II and the probation violation detainer. The stolen iPhone 4 was returned to its owner.

April 5

Counterfeit bill
Cashier’s Office, Neuberger Hall

At 12:11 p.m., officers Baker and Buck responded to a report of a forged $50 bill. The cashier alerted the student in possession of the bill that it was counterfeit, and after a short investigation it was determined the student was not intentionally trying to pass the bill. The bill was seized and a property receipt issued to the student.

Possible Identity Theft

Officer Brenton Chose took a report from a faculty member who had given his social security number to someone claiming to be with a collections agency working for AT&T. The faculty member later discovered this information to be false and was concerned his identity information might be stolen. No further information.

Exclusion
Smith Memorial Student Union

Sgt. Anderson met and excluded nonstudent Zachary Hantz, aka Lucian Rothschild, at 3:56 p.m. No further information.

Exclusion
North side of Saint Helen’s Court Residence Hall

Officer Murphy contacted and excluded nonstudent Justin Weaver for camping on an abandoned futon.

April 6

Arrest
North alcove of University Center Building

At 10:09 p.m., Officer Chris Fischer arrested nonstudent Raymond Hull on an outstanding criminal trespass II warrant.

April 7

Exclusion
Millar Library, fifth floor

Officers Baker and Murphy responded to a report of an intoxicated male harassing a female. Officers contacted Robert Fetter, who admitted to drinking alcohol all day and stated he was only speaking to the female to get a ride home. Fetter has a history of reckless endangering and was issued an exclusion. Arrangements were made for a cab to take Fetter to his residence.


April 8

Criminal Mischief
West side of Saint Helen’s Court Residence Hall

Officer Jared Schuurmans located new graffiti.

March 14

Trespass arrest
Smith Memorial Student Union

At 5:29 p.m., officers David Baker and Brian Rominger and Sgt. Michael Anderson contacted nonstudent Shane Thomas in the game room of SMSU. Thomas was intoxicated and had a cup containing alcohol in his possession. Thomas had been previously excluded from campus and was arrested for criminal trespass II.

Theft
Science Building One

At 7:52 p.m., a student reported the theft of the front fork, brakes and gear shifters from the student’s bike.

March 15

Seizure of drug paraphernalia
Ondine Housing Building
Sgt. Robert McLeary and Officer Peter Ward responded to Ondine and made a seizure of drug paraphernalia.

Exclusion order
Parking Structure 3
Nonstudent David Yu was issued an exclusion order.

Exclusion order
Corbett Building
At 9:10 a.m., officers Shawn McKenzie and Brenton Chose contacted nonstudent Christopher Maloen, who was drinking alcohol in the front door area of Corbett. Maloen was issued an exclusion order.

March 16

Warrant arrest
Smith Student Memorial Building
At 10:24 a.m., officers McKenzie, Chose, Jon Buck and Gary Smeltzer contacted Robert Hurley, who was found to be intoxicated. Hurley had a misdemeanor warrant and was arrested.

March 11

Warrant Arrest
Southwest Fifth Avenue and Montgomery Street

Officer Shawn McKenzie and Officer Brenton Chose contacted nonstudent Michael Morris, who has two outstanding misdemeanor warrants. Morris was arrested for those warrants as well as criminal trespass II.

Burglary
Ondine Residence Hall

A student reported to officers David Baker and Brian Rominger that a laptop and an envelope containing important documents was stolen sometime between March 8 and March 11.

Exclusion
Parking Structure 3

Officers Baker and Rominger contacted nonstudent Kyle Creed, who was found smoking marijuana in Parking Structure 3. Creed was issued an exclusion order.

Arrest
East side of Academic and Student Rec Center

At 6:59 p.m., officers Baker and Rominger contacted nonstudent Steven Stewart. Stewart had a felony warrant and was arrested on the charge of attempted unlawful possession of heroin.

Trespass arrest
Millar Library

At 11:16 p.m., Officer Baker contacted nonstudent John Baker, who had removed his shoes and pants and was sleeping on the floor of the library. Baker had a current exclusion order and was arrested for criminal trespass II.

March 12

Exclusion order
Millar Library

At 1:37 a.m., Officer Baker contacted nonstudent Shane Thomas in the basement of the library. Thomas refused to leave and had an empty cup smelling of alcohol. Thomas was issued an exclusion order.

March 13

Marijuana Arrest
Broadway Housing Building

At 5:39 p.m., officers Baker and Rominger and Sgt. Michael Anderson responded to Broadway for a marijuana complaint. A student admitted to transporting small quantities of pot from Vancouver, Wash., to campus to sell to students. The student was arrested for unlawful delivery of marijuana.

Exclusion order
Millar Library

Officers Baker and Rominger contacted nonstudent Owen Washington, who was snoring loudly and had a very strong and objectionable odor. Washington was issued an exclusion order.

Narcotics
Parking Structure 3

At 9:46 a.m., Officer Chose located a small black box in the northwest stairwell of the parking structure that contained heroin and unknown pills. It was seized and marked for destruction.


Suspicious circumstances

Broadway Housing Building

Sgt. Anderson took a report from a female student who stated she found a male subject in the fourth floor laundry room of the Broadway building sniffing her underwear on March 3. The victim said the subject had a bushy brown beard and a raspy voice and was about 5-foot-11-inches. It is unknown if he was a student.

Marijuana violation

Broadway Housing Building

At 3:40 p.m., officers Baker and Rominger and Sgt. Anderson contacted a student on suspected marijuana possession. A pipe and Mason jar containing marijuana were seized.

March 6

Criminal mischief
University Center Building
Officer Peter Ward took a report of criminal mischief to a vehicle that occurred between 1:50 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. while the vehicle was parked in the basement level of the University Center Building. The driver’s-side rear passenger window was smashed but nothing was taken.

March 7

Criminal Mischief III
Neuberger Hall
Officer Chose located graffiti on the north side of the basement in Neuberger Hall.

Trespass II
Urban Center
At 12:37 p.m., Officer Chose contacted nonstudent Jason Landers in the Urban Center. Landers had been issued an exclusion order the week prior by Officer Chose and Officer Buck. A citation was issued for criminal trespass II.

Arrest
West Heating Plant
Officer Smeltzer, Officer Buck and Officer Chose contacted nonstudents Asia Arrozal and Will Anderson-Brown at 1:07 p.m. on the south side of the West Heating Plant. Anderson-Brown was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant and attempted unlawful possession of heroin, and Arrozal was arrested for attempted unlawful possession of heroin.

Trespass II
Cramer Hall
At 9:10 a.m. Officer Smeltzer and Officer Buck contacted nonstudent Jonathan Schlieder on the east side basement alcove of Cramer Hall. Schlieder was cited for criminal trespass II and given an updated exclusion order.

Arrest
Harder House
Officer Baker and Officer Rominger contacted nonstudent Michael D. Stewart at 4:44 p.m. on the east side of the Harder House. Stewart had an outstanding felony warrant and was in possession of 20.541 ounces of marijuana. Stewart was arrested on said warrant and unlawful possession of marijuana and issued an exclusion order.

March 1
Warrant Arrest

Between Lincoln and Cramer halls

At 3:44 p.m., Officer Brenton Chose contacted nonstudent Jeremy Willis because of an outstanding warrant for failing to appear on charges of trespass II, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct II and interfering with a peace officer. Willis was arrested.

March 2

Hit and run
Between Cramer and Lincoln halls

Officer Jared Schuurmans and Officer Chris Fischer located an unoccupied wrecked vehicle at 2:41 a.m. The impact point from the vehicle was located on the streetcar pole on the south side of the University Services Building. The investigation was turned over to the Portland Police Bureau.

Exclusion order
Ondine Residence Hall

Officer Smeltzer and Officer Buck contacted nonstudent Jason Landers for sleeping on a couch in the Ondine lobby. Landers said he got into the secured building by following two students through the front doors without their knowledge and admitted using the same technique on the morning of March 1 to enter Ondine’s lobby. An exclusion order was issued.

Stolen Vehicle
Blumel Hall parking lot

At 2:39 p.m., a female student reported to Officer Chose that her green 1999 BMW was stolen from the Blumel Hall parking lot sometime between Jan. 26 and March 2 at 2 p.m. PPB located the vehicle on March 3.

Arrest
Officer Fischer arrested nonstudent Michael Shepherd on a parole violation detention warrant. No further information.

March 3

Exclusion order
St. Helens

Sergeant Joe Schilling, Officer Shawn McKenzie and Officer Chose contacted nonstudent Race Irwin and issued him an exclusion order for sleeping in a room in the St. Helens housing building without the resident present. The resident allowed Irwin to stay in his room while he worked the night shift.

Arrest
Academic and Student Rec Center

At 8:50 p.m., Officer David Baker, Officer Murphy and Officer Brian Rominger contacted nonstudent Thomas M. Schiffbauer outside the Academic and Student Rec Center. Schiffbauer had a current exclusion order, and upon being taken into custody and searched, he consented to a search of his suitcase, where four syringe plungers were found. Schiffbauer was arrested for criminal trespass II and attempted possession of methamphetamine.

March 4

Theft III
Millar Library

Officer Chose took a report from a male student who said between 1:25 p.m. and 1:40 p.m. his backpack was stolen from the fourth floor of the Millar Library.

Feb. 22

Hit and run
Fourth Avenue Building parking garage
Officer Jon Buck took a report from a faculty member who was the victim of a hit-and-run accident that occurred on Feb. 19, at 9:35 a.m., in the Fourth Avenue Building parking garage.

Theft
Science Research and Teaching Center
At 5:18 p.m., Officer David Baker took a report from a male subject who was unable to find his wallet. The victim believes he left his wallet in the first floor men’s bathroom of the SRTC building at noon. The victim noticed his wallet was missing at 4 p.m. and returned to the SRTC to look for it but found it was gone.

Feb. 23

Exclusion
Broadway Housing Building
At 1:18 a.m., Officer Schuurmans responded to Broadway residence hall after a report of a male subject masturbating on the second floor. Officer Schuurmans contacted nonstudent Elton L. Whittaker and determined no crime had been committed. Whittaker was issued an exclusion for creating an uncomfortable environment.

Car prowl
University Place Hotel
Officer Buck and Officer Gary Smeltzer responded to University Place Hotel for a report of a vehicle break-in that occurred between 4 p.m. on Feb. 22 and 9 a.m. on Feb. 23. The rear driver side window was broken, and miscellaneous items totaling $102 in value were reported missing.

Exclusion
University Pointe
Officer Chose and Officer Denae Murphy responded to University Pointe at 4 p.m. at the request of University Pointe security for a welfare check on a male subject who was passed out in the lobby. Nonstudent Jason Torgerson was issued an exclusion. University Pointe security said University Pointe considers the area of the lobby west of the sliding glass doors to be owned by PSU.

Feb. 24
Trespass arrest

Parking Structure One
At 1:26 a.m., a male subject fled from Officer Schuurmans in Parking Structure One, and after a short pursuit on foot, nonstudent Bradley N. Wright was taken into custody for trespassing. It was determined that Wright was using binoculars to look into the windows of the Broadway, University Pointe and Ondine residence halls.

Feb. 25
Warrant arrest
Parking Structure Three
At 8 a.m., Officer Chose contacted student Travis Murdock, who was parked in Parking Structure Three, exhibiting suspicious behavior and without a valid parking permit. Murdock was found to have an outstanding warrant for theft and was arrested.

Trespass
Extended Studies Building parking lot
At 3 p.m. in the southwest corner of the XSB parking lot, Officer Chose and Officer Murphy contacted nonstudent Gregory Hightower for drinking beer with nonstudents Mario Fuentes and Shima Haydarzadehsadrabadi. Hightower was issued an exclusion, Fuentes had a valid exclusion and was cited for trespass, and Haydarzadehsadrabadi claimed to have not been drinking.

Feb. 26
Disturbance

Center for Student Health and Counseling
At 3:15 p.m., Officer Baker and Officer Brian Rominger responded to a report of an aggravated and uncooperative student who refused to leave SHAC. The student claimed he had been treated unfairly by SHAC staff and had been asked to leave by Dr. Mark Bajorek. Bajorek gave information to file a formal complaint and asked the student to leave because of his aggressive behavior.

Marijuana incident
Parking Structure One
At 11:20 p.m., Officer Chris Fischer contacted nonstudent John Vo, nonstudent Sabath Lim, nonstudent Wattena Myers and nonstudent Trien Nguyen in a vehicle on the roof of Parking Structure One. All subjects admitted to smoking marijuana, and two glass pipes and a small amount of marijuana were confiscated.

Feb. 27
Marijuana incident

University Honors Building
Officer Rominger and Officer Baker contacted nonstudents smoking marijuana on the north side of the University Honors Building. One subject was an unidentified white adult female; the other subjects, Michael J. Jorgensen, Jacob M. Birdwell and Victoria M. Sevin, were issued exclusions.

Feb. 28
Vehicle break-in
University Center Building
At 4:47 p.m., Officer Rominger received a report from a student whose backpack, containing two textbooks, had been stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at the University Center Building. The rear left passenger window was broken.

Exclusion order, Feb. 17
Parking Structure One

At 2:02 a.m., in Parking Structure One, Officer Jared Shuurmans issued an exclusion order to nonstudent Vincent Luarca after Luarca ran from Officer Schuurmans. No further information.

Criminal Mischief, Feb. 17
5th Avenue Cinema

At 4:15 a.m., Officer Robert McCleary contacted a male subject who had been breaking glass in the area of Southwest Harrison Street and Fifth Avenue, at 5th Avenue Cinema. The man was transported to the hospital for his injuries.

Criminal Mischief, Feb. 17
Ondine Residence Hall

Officer Brenton Chose took a report of several bikes being damaged at the Ondine bike racks.The crime occurred between 6 a.m. on Feb. 16 and 8:30 a.m. on Feb. 17.

Criminal Mischief, Feb. 18
Southwest Mill Street and Broadway

At 2:31 a.m., Officer Peter Ward located a broken pedestrian zone sign at Southwest Mill Street and Broadway.

Exclusion order, Feb. 18
Smith Memorial Student Union

Officer Chose contacted nonstudent Mitch Neuber at the emergency phone in the Smith Memorial Student Union building. Neuber admitted to being a “tagger” and to having no lawful reason for being in the building and was issued an exclusion order.

Exclusion Order, Feb. 18
Engineering Building

At 3:18 p.m., Officer Chose contacted nonstudent Edsel Lewis for drinking alcohol on the south side of the Engineering Building. Lewis was issued an exclusion order. 

Trespass, Feb. 18
Cramer Hall

At 3:40 p.m., Officer Chose contacted nonstudent Andrzej Steyer in the fourth floor men’s room of Cramer Hall. Steyer was taken into custody for trespassing.

Disturbance, Feb. 18
Stott Center

Officer David Baker and Officer Denae Murphy contacted Alejandro Lozano in the Stott Center at 8:06 p.m. for causing a disturbance at the basketball game. The subject was asked to leave upon contact and he complied.

Marijuana smoking, Feb. 19
Broadway Housing Building

At 12:11 a.m., Officer Ward, Officer Schuurmans and Officer Gregory Marks contacted a student in the Broadway building who was smoking marijuana. The incident was referred to the student conduct department.

Unauthorized access, FEB. 19
Broadway Housing Building

Officer Jon Buck and Officer Gary Smeltzer contacted a student at the Broadway building at 11:10 a.m. who reported unwanted contact from a church group. A resolution was facilitated by the officers.

911 Hang-up call, Feb. 10
Parkway Apartments
At 3:59 a.m., Officer Robert McCleary responded to a 911 hang-up call from a Parkway resident. Upon arrival at the apartment, the student who made the call said that she had been in a verbal argument with her boyfriend. He wanted to pack up all his things and leave while she didn’t want him to.

Exclusion order, Feb. 11
Extended Studies Building parking lot
At 10:24 a.m., Officer Brenton Chose and Officer Shawn McKenzie contacted nonstudent Billy Blaney for being intoxicated and wandering around the lot with a bag full of beer. Blaney was issued an exclusion order.

Dumpster diving, Feb. 12
Broadway Residence Hall
At 7:48 a.m., Officer Chose contacted nonstudent Robert Kramer, who was searching through a dumpster on the north side of the building. Kramer was issued a verbal warning.

Bike theft, Feb. 13
Ondine Residence Hall
At 3:45 p.m., Officer Michael Anderson took a bike theft report from a student. The bike was of BMX style and secured near Ondine with a u-lock.

Disturbance, Feb. 14
Stott Center
At an unspecified time, Officer Chris Fischer responded to a report from Stott Center staff of a student being upset and causing a disturbance at a sporting event. Upon arrival it was found that the student was upset because the student had been asked to move from the reserved seating to the regular seating.

Vehicle break-in, Feb. 14
University Center Building
At 9:30 p.m., Officer Fischer took a report from a student who said his vehicle was broken into and his jackets and tools were stolen.

Car Theft, Jan. 27
Parking Structure 3
At 6:39 a.m., Officer Brenton Chose took a report from a student who had reportedly been sleeping in his car on the third floor when at approximately 6:30 a.m. someone broke a window and stole his backpack.

Exclusion order/marijuana possession, Jan. 28
King Albert Residence Hall
At 2:05 p.m., Officer Chose, Officer Shawn McKenzie and Sgt. Joseph Schilling responded to a Housing and Residence Life request to do a welfare check on a King Albert student resident. HRL had received a report of possible domestic abuse. Upon contacting the resident, the officers found a female student and male nonstudent David Provencal inside with a bag of marijuana, hash and needles. The illicit substances were confiscated and an exclusion order was issued to Provencal.

Exclusion order, Jan. 30
5th Avenue Cinema
At 1:42 p.m., Officer Chose found nonstudent Steven Salvo sleeping in the cinema lobby. Salvo was issued an exclusion order.

Possible magazine sales fraud, Jan. 30

At 1:34 p.m., Officer Job Buck took a report from a student who believed she was scammed by an unidentified white male. The suspect told the student that she should buy his magazines because he was competing in a Z100 radio station contest to win a trip to London and perform as a DJ on BBC. After contacting Z100, it was found that no such contest existed.

Detox, Jan. 31

Urban Plaza
At 4:00 p.m., Sgt. Michael Anderson contacted nonstudent Thomas Cogsdell for being intoxicated in public and arguing with Portland Streetcar security. Cogsdell volunteered to go to detox and was transported by Anderson.

Drug possession/ officer safety, Feb. 1

Parking Structure 3
At 8:30 a.m., a male student was taken into custody after fighting with Sgt. Robert McCleary. The student was carrying a grinder that contained marijuana residue. He appeared intoxicated and was taken into custody. He was found to have some sort of martial arts training.

Ignited fireworks, Jan. 20
Broadway Housing Building
At 1:44 a.m., Officer Chris Fischer heard what sounded like gunshots coming from the loading dock on the north side of the Broadway building. Fischer observed two males running west from the building. A search of the area turned up nothing, but a group of people nearby stated they definitely heard fireworks coming from the loading dock.

Exclusion order, Jan. 20
Millar Library
At 6:24 p.m., Officer Denae Murphy and Officer Brenton Chose contacted nonstudent Joseph Bary in the library. He was excluded from the premises for reportedly taking a stack of business cards and throwing them up in the air as well as repeatedly asking patrons if they wanted to play.

Criminal mischief, Jan. 21

Fourth Avenue Building
At 7:12 p.m., Officer Murphy took a report of a fire extinguisher discharge in a room in the Fourth Avenue Building. A work order was submitted.

Single vehicle car accident, Jan. 22

Parking Structure 1
At 11 p.m., Officer Fischer responded to a car accident on the fifth floor of PS1. A Portland State student drove her car into a cement pillar while going down a ramp to the fourth floor. She swerved into the pillar in an attempt to avoid a vehicle that was backing out of a parking space. The student was transported to Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center for treatment, and her vehicle was towed.

Attempted burglary, Jan. 24
Smith Memorial Student Union
At 9:30 p.m., Officer Fischer contacted two PSU employees who observed individuals damaging the Smith game room door that leads to a safe. Auxiliary Services Manager Kristine Wise submitted a work order and said nothing was missing.

DUI crash, Jan. 25
Southwest Broadway and Montgomery Avenue
At 3:10 a.m., Officer Peter Ward contacted a driver in a vehicle that had crashed into a brick planter on the corner. A female PSU student occupied the vehicle. The Portland Police Bureau was notified and took the student into custody on the scene for a DUI evaluation.

Theft, Jan. 12
Millar Library

At 3:23 p.m., Officer Michael Anderson was dispatched to the library because of a report of theft from a student. The student said that her wallet was taken while she was at the library between
3 p.m. and 3:05 p.m.

University Pointe party, Jan. 13
University Pointe

At 2 a.m., the Portland Police Bureau was called to the University Pointe building because of reports from the local security staff of a chaotic, out-of-control party on the entire 10th floor. Earlier efforts by UP security to shut it down had been resisted by students. PPB contacted the Campus Public Safety Office but was shortly advised that UP is not under Portland State’s jurisdiction. A report was taken by Officer Robert McCleary.

Domestic disturbance, Jan. 13

Academic and Student Rec Center

At 8:51 p.m., Officer David Baker and Officer Denae Murphy observed a male PSU student and a female nonstudent, Taryn Mueller, engaging in a physical dispute outside of the ASRC. The male student attempted to flee and resist but was eventually taken into custody. After interviews it was found that the student may have tried to take Mueller’s purse. Neither wanted to press charges.

Exclusion, Jan. 15
Cramer Hall

At 1:09 p.m., Officer Jon Buck and Officer Gary Smeltzer excluded Jeffrey W. Holmes from the fourth floor of Cramer for disruptive and menacing behavior. Holmes was flagged as prohibited to carry firearms.

Possession of burglary tools, Jan. 16
Cramer Hall

At 8:15 p.m., Officer Baker arrested nonstudent John Labarbs on the south side of Cramer Hall for loitering and possessing burglary tools. Labarbs was hiding bolt cutters under his coat and loitering near a bike rack.

CPSO vehicle vandalized, Jan. 18

Shattuck parking lot

At 5:05 a.m., Officer McCleary found a CPSO car with raw egg on its passenger side window while it was parked in the Shattuck lot.

Theft: Jan. 4
Ondine Residence Hall

Officer Chris Fischer responded to a student report of a stolen television from the fourth-floor lobby of Ondine. The victim, a Portland State student, said she had left the TV in the lobby while she left for 30 minutes to buy groceries at Safeway. The TV was a black, 42-inch LG.

Trespass: Jan. 4
Science Research and Teaching Center

At 12:35 p.m., officers Joseph Schilling, Gary Smeltzer and Peter Ward went to the women’s restroom on the east side of SRTC because of a complaint of a stall being locked and occupied for more than two hours. Nonstudent Michal J. Cartagna was found inside and removed and cited for trespass.

Bike theft: Jan. 4
Neuberger Hall

At 12:38 p.m., Officer Jon Buck took a report of a bike theft from a student. The bike was reported stolen from a rack on the north side of Neuberger Hall.

Exclusion: Jan. 5
Extended Studies Building

At 3:27 p.m., Officer Buck excluded nonstudent Dirk M. Lewis, also known by the street name “Pinky,” for disruptive behavior.

Public indecency: Jan. 6
Cramer Hall

At 3:20 p.m., Officer David Baker responded to a report of a male exposing himself to a female student in Cramer Hall. The only description provided was that he was a very large white male, 6-feet-4-inches and 240 pounds, with brown hair.

Alcohol and marijuana possession: Jan. 6
Broadway Housing Building
At 1:15 a.m., Officer Fischer and Officer Robert McCleary responded to a noise disturbance in the Broadway building, room 341. Upon contacting the residents, three PSU students and two nonstudents were found inside. Alcohol and a small amount of marijuana were confiscated.

Assault/harassment: Dec. 12
Broadway Housing Building computer lab

At 11:51 a.m., Officer Robert McCleary responded to a report of a male yelling at a female in the Broadway computer lab. Upon arrival, nonstudent Adrian Chase was found present. Just before the arrival of the officers, Chase had assaulted one person in the lab and spit on another. He was taken into custody.

Suicide threat: Dec. 16
Broadway Housing Building

Officer Jared Schuurmans was dispatched at 12:23 a.m. to the Broadway building to respond to a suicide threat made by a resident. The resident intended to hang himself. After being talked into refraining from such action, Multnomah County Mental Health Services were contacted and references were given to the student.

Trespassing/concealed weapon: Dec. 18
Science Research and Teaching Center

At 8:52 a.m., Officer Gary Smeltzer and Officer Joseph Schilling responded to a report of a man sleeping in the lobby area of the first basement floor in the SRTC. They found nonstudent John Thomas Duncan and upon contact found an ax/hatchet down the back of his pants. He stated it was for self-defense. Duncan was issued an exclusion order.

Juvenile with marijuana: Dec. 20
Park Blocks

Officer Chris Fischer contacted a juvenile at around 8 p.m in the South Park Blocks who was carrying marijuana in plain view. He was transported to Oregon Health Sciences University because he was vomiting on site.

Bike part theft: Nov. 16
Neuberger Hall

At 11:46 a.m. Officer Gary Smeltzer took a report from a student that the rear wheel of his bike had been stolen while it was locked to a bike rack outside of Neuberger Hall.

Heroin possession: Nov. 16
West Heating Plant

Officer Michael Anderson was dispatched at 3:45 p.m. to the West Heating Plant due to a report of possible criminal mischief. Upon arrival Officer Anderson contacted two nonstudents, Nigel Bell and Joseph Reynolds. Bell attempted to flee but was forcibly taken down by Officer Anderson. Heroin residue was found on Reynolds’ person and Bell had a pre-existing warrant. Both were arrested.

Criminal trespass: Nov. 18
Helen Gordon Child Development Center

At 12:08 a.m. Officer Jared Schuurmans contacted nonstudent Charles Engberg, who had been sleeping by the front door of the HGCDC. Engberg refused to answer any questions and was issued a citation.

Pedestrian struck: Nov. 19
Southwest 12th Street and Montgomery Avenue

At 9:15 a.m., a nonstudent was struck by a car while walking in a crosswalk at the intersection of Southwest 12th Street and Montgomery Avenue. Officer Shawn McKenzie

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