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Monday, April 13, 2015

• A student suffered a seizure near the Mirror Pools. The student was conscious and breathing. Officer Robins responded and the individual was transported to Huntington Memorial Hospital.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

• A male Hispanic was spotted near the Mirror Pools hitting his head against a skateboard and throwing it against the floor. The individual was upset because of personal issues. He was checked for warrants and a warrant for reckless driving had previously been issued. The was warrant issued for $26,000 out of the Los Angeles Police Department. He was cited out and scheduled to show up at the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

• A male Hispanic was reported to be defacing the cement walkway near the D-Building. The suspect was interviewed by Officer Despain and the student stated he wanted to be remembered by engraving his initials. The student was cited for vandalism.

• A Hispanic woman was seen on top of the hood of a vehicle hitting the wind shield in Lot 4 level 4 which prevented the male in the car from driving away. Officer Chan searched the area but was not able to locate the subjects. Surveillance also had no results as well.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

• A student was reported to have been throwing up in C-423. Officer Norek made contact and the student was sent to the Health Center.

• A male student was robbed outside of the men’s locker room in the GM-building. The suspect was reported as a thin 5’10” black male with a thin beard and a teardrop tattoo on the corner of his left eye. The suspect claimed he was “I’m a blood and I have a gun, give my your phone.” The victim did not see a gun, but handed his phone to the suspect. The suspect ran east and the victim chased him afterwards. The black male ran away from sight, but the victim suspects that he escaped on a bus. The cell phone was recovered with the help of a resident and Officer Norek recovered the phone. The suspect made one phone call and the outgoing number did call one more time. Officer Norek questioned the individual but not further information was found. Pasadena Police Department was notified of the incident and are currently investigating the case.

Friday, April 17, 2015

• A staff member in the library was struck by his chair and suffered a laceration to his eyebrow when attempting to adjust it. No ambulance was requested and cadets assisted the staff member in controlling the bleeding with a gauze and band-aids. The staff member said he would be visiting St. George clinic on his own.

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