Crime Blotter May 4-May 10

May 4

Burglary II /Theft II
Koinonia Building
At 4:21 p.m. Officer Brian Rominger took a report at Koinonia Building regarding a stolen camcorder. The individual told Rominger the camcorder was last seen when it was returned to the office on May 2 at 2:30 p.m. When the individual returned to the office on May 4, the camera was missing, though the door should have been locked. The case is closed due to lack of leads.

May 5

Warrant Arrest
University Honors Building
Officer Rominger reported contacting a non-student at 6:32 p.m. The person was seen “observing a cold, refreshing Steel Reserve beer.” He was arrested after a background check revealed he had a misdemeanor warrant for his arrest from Hood River for contempt of court.

May 6

Burglary
Science Research and Teaching Center
At 2 p.m. Officer James Dewey was dispatched to take a theft report from room 243 in the SRTC. Sometime over the weekend, someone accessed the office with no forced entry. Two Apple computers were stolen—one Mini Mac and one iMac. The investigation is closed due to lack of leads.

May 7

Suspicious circumstances
Victors’ Food Court
At 3 p.m. Office Chris Fischer was assigned to a case regarding notes that were found in Victors’ Food Court. The notes referenced shooting someone, but no names were mentioned. The notes were seized and placed in Portland Police Bureau evidence and the case is closed due to lack of leads.

May 8

Harassment
Academic and Student Recreation Center
At 2:34 p.m. Officer Rominger was dispatched to the fifth floor of ASRC regarding a disturbance. A student reported that a male approached her from behind and doused her in ice-cold water. The suspect was described as a white male, approximately 5’9”, 150 pounds, with curly brown hair and a zig-zag tattoo on shoulder. He was said to be wearing a white t-shirt and jeans.

May 9

Assist
SW College/SW Park
Officer Fischer reported that CPSO transferred a call about an erratic driver to PPB. Officers Fischer and Rominger drove through the SW Park and College area and learned that the erratic The driver was an 88-year-old nonstudent, possibly having a heat-related medical issue. The driver drove through the Park Blocks, almost hitting several pedestrians, according to witnesses, drove on the sidewalk next to Shattuck tennis courts, and crashed into a parking sign and tree, where he came to rest. The driver was unable to communicate and was transferred to OHSU.

May 10

Criminal Mischief
SW Park/ SW College
At 1:18 p.m., Office Peter Stuart Ward reported finding a pedestrian-zone-only wooden post snapped in half. A work order for the repair was generated.