Crime blotter Nov. 22–27

Nov. 22

Suspicious person–Trespass
Blumel Hall
A suspicious male hung out in the lobby for about an hour making awkward conversation and watching news. He also walked around the residence hall and knocked on the door of at least one female student. He is described as black, about 5’10”, 220 pounds, mid twenties, bald and one eyebrow shaved through. Campus Public Safety officers went through the entire building, including stairwells and trash rooms, but were unable to locate the male.

Nov. 23

Disorderly conduct
Academic & Student Recreation Center
Fight on the basketball court! Two students got into a verbal argument then one student grabbed the other and threw him to the ground.

Fraud
Portland to New York
A Portland State student sent $1550 to someone in New York for an apartment here.

Nov. 25

Theft from motor vehicle
Parking Structure 2
Several items were stolen from a vehicle between 8:30 p.m. and 8:30 a.m.

Nov. 27

Hotel eviction
University Place
After a number of noise complaints throughout the night were made to hotel management, CPS officers evicted two males and two females from a room.

Criminal damage
Ondine exterior car park
A rear passenger door window was smashed in the parked car of a student who was out of town. On request for safe keeping, CPS officers removed a set of golf clubs and a camera from the trunk.

Exclusion–Trespass
Blumel Hall
A non-PSU student was found on the third floor. Slightly confused, she believed she was at another address. CPS officers suspect she was the subject of a recent call of a female in the Stephen Epler Building. The woman accepted a courtesy transport to her intended address.

Disorderly conduct
University Pointe
A male student reported that he and a female student had been threatened by a man with a knife. Later the male student stated there may not have been a knife. The non-student male was identified. CPS officers followed him to his tent, where he stated he did not have a knife, and officers let him go for the time being. Afterwards, CPS determined the man had a misdemeanor warrant for trespass.