Crime blotter Nov. 16–22

Nov. 16

Unauthorized Entry of Motor Vehicle, Theft II
Parking Structure III
Officer Brian Rominger took a report from a student who stated that several hundred dollars of softball equipment had been stolen from her 2007 Acura MBS. The car’s windows were not broken and the student recalled locking her car door upon leaving.

Theft II
Cramer Hall
Officer David Troppe took a report from a Portland State staff member regarding a computer stolen from Cramer Hall. The computer was last seen on Nov. 13 and had a reported value of $800.

Nov. 18

Theft
McDonald’s near the Education and Business Administration Building
Officer Chris Fischer was dispatched to EDBA to take a stolen cellphone report. A student reported that his iPhone 6 was stolen from atop a table. The phone was tracked to the 6th Avenue Motel.

Nov. 19

Harassment
Academic & Student Recreation Center
A student was yelling and being belligerent inside the restroom of ASRC and targeting Arab males. The student was warned about his behavior.

Car Prowl
Parking Structure I
Officer Nichola Higbee found a Buick Century, which had been the subject of a car prowl, on the basement floor of PS1. A purple Ibanez six-string guitar in a black Road Runner soft shell case had been stolen.

Nov. 20

Parole Violation, Detainer/Exclusion
Meetro Cafe, King Albert Hall
Officers Troppe and Matthew Masunari responded to the Meetro Cafe on the report of a non-student male bothering females and acting odd. The officers contact the man and issued him an exclusion for his behavior. The man was detained after his parole officer was contacted and informed about the incident.

Hit and Run
Parking Structure I
Officer Troppe met with a faculty member who stated that his 2010 Volvo had been damaged while parked in PS1. The car had been parked for a period of four hours when the damage was sustained. The vehicle’s rear and driver’s side panels had been damaged, as well as the bumper.

Fire Alarm
Urban Center Building
Officer Troppe responded to a fire alarm at UCB. The building had been evacuated and the Portland Fire Bureau was already on scene. It was relayed that most likely water flow had leaked into a pull station, causing the activation. PFB also recommended having a Pizzicato vent cleaned.

Nov. 22

Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle
Parking Structure II
Officer Higbee responded to a report of a stolen vehicle. A student found her 1993 brown Honda Accord had been stolen from the roof of PS2 after parking it there the previous evening. Portland Police Bureau came to collect a report.

Nov. 23

Student Conduct
ASRC
Officers Denae Murphy and James Dewey were patrolling the interior of ASRC and located a student camping in the building. The area smelled like alcohol and an empty malt liquor can was found on the floor near his belongings. The student had been previously contacted and was asked to leave and not return after hours. The student complied but refused to take his belongings, stating that because he is a student he should be allowed to utilize the building as he sees fit.