Crime Blotter April 28–May 5

April 28


Campus public safety office and the Portland Police Bureau responded to a report of an assault around 7:33 a.m. at Starbucks on SW Montgomery and 10th. The victim, a non-student, was punched in the face and declined to seek medical assistance.

April 29


CPSO took a report from the Portland State locksmith that a security box affixed at the rear entrance/exit of Ondine Residence Hall was ripped off the wall in order to gain access to the Electronic Access Card. The incident occurred between April 27 at 8:00 a.m. and April 29 at 4:07 p.m.

At around 9:08 p.m., CPSO received a theft report from a student whose laundry had been stolen from the Ondine Residence Hall laundry room.

April 30


At around 3:56 p.m., a student reported to CPSO that a non-student had left his jacket with her and was now harassing her in an attempt to retrieve it. The jacket was left at CPSO for the owner to come pick up.

May 1

Racist Graffiti

CPSO took a report that racist graffiti had been found in the disabled stall of the basement men’s restroom in Lincoln Hall.

Lewd Behavior

CPSO responded at around 3:52 p.m. to a report of a male masturbating in the Park Blocks outside of Lincoln Hall. CPSO found the man, a non-student, lying on the grass under a blanket. He was found to have a valid PSU exclusion and was warned about the potential consequences of conducting offensive behavior.

May 3


A staff member called CPSO to report that a defibrillator had been stolen from Hoffman Hall.


At around 9 p.m., CPSO was advised by a PSU instructor that their student may have been stalked off campus by a former PSU student. CPSO then contacted the former student and took a courtesy report.

May 5


At 11:54 p.m., CPSO found a non-student and known person in the men’s restroom of the Douglas Fir pod, which had already been locked and secured for the night. The individual was issued a PSU exclusion.