Crime blurb, Oct. 31, 2014

Crimes on campus.

Shelly Beraza
Social Media Manager

Sept. 24, 2014, Parking lot D, 8 p.m.: Report of a possible fight, security responded and found four individuals in the area but there wasn’t a fight happening.


Oct. 2, 2014, A166: Classroom laptop was taken. Investigation revealed that a student had accidentally brought it home. It was returned.


Oct. 10, 2014, College Center Building, 1 p.m.: Suspicious male. Received a call that a male was approaching and following females. Security found the individual and talked to him, he denied following anyone. Security retrieved his student ID card and he was told if there is one more complaint he will be brought up on student conduct charges. He said he understood.


October 2014, multiple locations: Many reports of hit and runs in the parking lots. Some of the reports had witnesses who turned in license plates to security and police were called to handle the situation. Some students also found damage to their cars without notes left or witnesses.


All information and detailed events were given by Maureen Rickersten, sergeant-supervisor of campus Safety.



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Crime blurb, Oct. 31, 2014

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