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Monday, March 09, 2015

Fire alarm was activated at CC-224. A cadet was sent and discovered that a removal of dry wall inside of CC-224 was the cause of the alarm’s activation

Pasadena Police Department required an officer at the Community Education Center to assist with reports of stolen copper wiring from the Edison Company adjacent to lot c of the Community Education Center. officer Robins responded to the call and extra patrol was assigned to officers on duty.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
A female was reported lying face down on the floor with blood on her face in the east side garden of the Community Education Center due to a seizure. Officer Robins noted the female was conscious and breathing but unresponsive. Pasadena Fire Department was notified and the female was transported to Huntington Memorial Hospital by rescue ambulance #32.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
A “General Fire alarm” was activated on the first floor of the Community Education Center. Officer Arechiga was sent for an area check and found that it was a false alarm activation.

Thursday, March 12, 2015
False fire alarm activation again at the COmmunity education center
Cindy from the President’s office assisted a 9 year old boy in locating his parents. Officer Despain responded to the call and the child’s parent were located.

Friday, March 13, 2015
A person called reporting that his/her vehicle was stolen after the person walked away momentarily from the car with the keys inside. The caller disconnected midway during the report. Officer Chan conducted an area check of the parking lots, but the reporting person was gone. The Pasadena Police Department was contacted regarding the incident but no calls were placed regarding a stolen vehicle at the time.

Saturday, March 14, 2015
A female at Meredith and Colorado stated she had been involved in a traffic collision between a bicycle and a motor vehicle. The woman did not require an ambulance and Pasadena Police Department were notified.

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