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For the period Sept. 9 – Sept. 15:

Monday, Sept. 9

A student reported that she saw a 30 year old white female, who was wearing a plaid shirt and khaki pants, breaking bicycle locks open in the women’s locker room, of the GM building. When the suspect was confronted, she replied with “Your locker is where mine is at.”

Tuesday, Sept. 10

Officers on patrol found transient, identified as Rodney Hurd, in a second floor men’s restroom. Hurd was in violation of Stay Away Order issued by the Pasadena Municipal Court. Hurd was issued a citation for violation of order and escorted off campus.

A PCC transportation assistant reported that a black female adult refused to show a PCC ID and refused to exit the shuttle at the designated Metro Allen station. The student was contacted by officers and was field interviewed. The student was advised that a Student Conduct Code violation would be submitted to PCC.

A report was received via email from a concerned parent that there was fake sorority soliciting on PCC campus.

A student reported that her vehicle was damaged on the driver’s side door, while parked in Lot 4, Level 4B, between 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

A student reported his vehicle was damaged while parked in Lot 5 on Sept. 10.

Wednesday, Sept. 11

A student reported that she was being followed by a 20 year old white male who was wearing a white shirt and plaid shorts, from Lot 4 to the CC building. The area was patrolled, but no suspect was found.

In a similar incident, a student reported that she and her friend were being followed by a 20 year old white male who was wearing a white shirt and plaid shorts, near Lancers Pass. This time the subject was contacted by officers and escorted off campus.

A PCC professor reported a student who was harassing him via email. The professor dropped off emails, but could not stay to be interviewed. He stated that he will return at a later date.

Staff reported that a male student became irate and started cursing in CEC-108. The student had calmed down and met with counselors at CEC. Officers made contact with the student and interviewed him. The Student Conduct Code violation was completed regarding the incident. 

A student, not feeling well, requested to be and was transported from GM-102 to the Health Center.

A student reported the emblem on his vehicle was taken off on Sept. 10 between 8:45 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. while parked in Lot 5, Level 5.

A student reported his vehicle was damaged while parked in Lot 5, Level 2.

A student reported his car was struck while parked in Lot 5, Level 1. 

A student reported her vehicle was damaged on the rear driver’s side door while parked in Lot 3, between 12 p.m. and 6:23 p.m.

Female students reported a male subject wearing a black trench coat, white t-shirt, blue jeans, and a white hockey mask in Lot 5, Level 3NW.

Thursday, Sept. 12

A female student stated that her ex-boyfriend was harassing her and wouldn’t let her leave the campus, from Lot 5, Level 4. He entered her vehicle and refused to exit. Officers made contact with the students and counseled the subjects.

Friday, Sept. 13

A PCC student veteran reported that while in the Veteran’s Resource Center on Sept. 3, another veteran was making racially insensitive statements. RP stated nothing has happened, but feels unsafe because the subject in question was in the VRC on Sept. 12. The VRC staff was advised, the dean of students was notified, and the subject was counseled. 

An online report was made by a counselor to advise that a female student reported being verbally threatened by a female classmate before their class started on Sept. 12, between 6:45 p.m. and 7 p.m. in room R-521. The subjects were contacted by an officer and counseled regarding the incident.

Saturday, Sept. 14

NO ACTIVITIES WERE REPORTED FOR THIS PERIOD.

Sunday, Sept. 15

NO ACTIVITIES WERE REPORTED FOR THIS PERIOD.

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