From the PCCPD blotter through Sept. 29:
Monday, Sept. 23
A stolen bag report was filed. Assistance from an officer resulted in the item being found in C-315.
A suspicious male asking odd questions was reported in lot 8. An officer checked out the area but was unable to locate the subject.
A male who appeared to be intoxicated was reported to be walking on the east side of the C building. An officer found him and escorted him off campus.
Tuesday, Sept. 24
A staff member reported that one of their students refused to leave the classroom. Officers arrived and made contact with both the student and staff member. The student was then counseled, and the matter was resolved.
Vandalism was reported to have occurred outside of the restroom of the L building. An officer checked the area and found this report to be unfounded.
There were three hit and runs throughout the day, and all of them occurred while vehicles were parked;
One student stated that his vehicle was hit while parked in Lot 4 level 1,
another said his was hit in Lot 4 level 4, and one last hit and run was reported in Lot 5 level 4.
Wednesday, Sept. 25
The fire alarm company notified the Science Village that they were receiving signals that the alarm was going off. No fire took place, and facilities were contacted for alarm reset.
Pasadena Police are seeking help with their investigation of a motorcycle hit and run accident.
There was a report of a male engaging in lewd conduct in the courtyard of the Community Education Center. The officer who responded was unable to find the subject.
A student reported seeing a vehicle in Lot 5 level 4 with broken window and glass. The registered owner, when contacted, explained that the incident that caused the broken glass occurred off campus.
Thursday, Sept. 26
A student reported that their parked vehicle was subject to a hit and run in Lot 5 level 3.
The President’s office staff stated that an angry male was refusing to leave their office. The male was escorted to room C-231, and was later found in the library. The subject was then counseled and released.
A second party reported a male was seen entering the women’s locker room on the first floor of the W building. When the area was checked, the male was found inside inside of lockers. The responding officer identified the male to be a transient and escorted him off campus.
A student stated that their car was hit while parked on campus. The student got the vehicle’s license plate from a witness. The responding officer then found the second party, and insurance information was exchanged between the two parties.
Battery occurred after a response to a female in the quad displaying strange behavior. The female was irritated and argumentative upon contact. In response, the officer had to call additional units in for backup. The woman was arrested and moved to Pasadena Jail.
Friday, Sept. 27
An alarm was activated at C-237. Once officers responded, the staff in the area said they didn’t activate the alarm. After an officer tested the alarm, it was determined to be faulty.
A PCC laptop was reported as being stolen.
Saturday, Sept. 28
A group of students reported that their items were stolen in the library.
Sunday, Sept. 29
Officers responded to a medical call at the bleachers. The female subject was taken to Huntington Memorial Hospital.
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