Theft and criminal mischief
Blumel Lower Parking Lot
A student reported that someone broke into his 1993 Subaru and stole a messenger bag containing $350 worth of Magic cards.
SW 6th / SW Burnside
A Portland State student went to Campus Public Safety Office to report that while inside a bus shelter a male approached, called her several expletives then grabbed her by the collar and raised his fist to her face. The suspect is believed to be Jeff Bohnenkamp, who is not affiliated with PSU.
Officer Michael Anderson was dispatched to check into a suspicious male in the lobby. He discovered Robinson Ritchie, whom he and Officer C. Fischer had contacted several times earlier that day and had asked to leave PSU property. Portland Police Bureau was called. Before they arrived Ritchie caused issues in Rose City Deli, Tito’s Burritos and Hot Lips.
Officer Brian Rominger took a report from two students who are reportedly being followed by an unidentified individual. Indirect threats have been made on social media with concern to accurate information about the individuals.
There was a verbal altercation, and when Officer James Dewey arrived a PSU student was being physically restrained from fighting with a group of unidentified males and one female. Immediately after Officer Dewey’s arrival the student went into the building, and the unknown persons left.
First Floor Parking Structure 3
A PSU student found a garbage can on fire. When CPSO and Professional Fire and Security arrived the fire was extinguished. There was no apparent damage.
Criminal mischief – feces on stairs
Parking Structure 1
A report was made to CPSO of human feces and feces soaked clothes on the northeast stairwell.
Agency assist / student conduct
East on SW College
PSU police and PPB received calls about a male dragging a screaming female. Multiple witnesses directed officers to the Linc Apartments, where the couple had been drinking. Reportedly, the male had to carry the female back to their apartment. No crime was committed.
Starbucks Urban Center
Officers from CPSO and PPB responded to a “strong arm” robbery. A PSU employee/student’s wallet purse was snatched. The victim grappled with the offender but stopped because of concern of being injured. Customers chased the offender and retrieved the wallet purse.