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Monday, March 16, 2015

•A student at the Rosemead Campus of PCC reported her purse stolen was stolen from her car. The victim told Officer Robins that the purse contained money, credit cards, and her driver’s license. The car appeared to have no signs of forced entry and she believed that she did not secure her car correctly.

•A female student reported that when she walked in the bathroom there was a man who asked, “Is this the male’s restroom.” The woman stated that the man ran out immediately afterwards. The police conducted a search but the subject was gone upon arrival.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

•A student reported that her make-up bag worth $200 was stolen from inside her purse when she left it unattended in the second floor of the library for about ten minutes. Surveillance footage was reviewed but the camera was not facing the direction of the purse.

•A suspicious male was observed pacing back and forth near the south L-building. The individual was seen to be taking a bicycle on camera. However, due to the camera’s resolution, it could not be determined if the student broke or simply unlocked the lock. An officer made contact with the man and no evidence of the crime was found.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015

•A two party traffic collision occurred in level 4 of lot 5. No injuries were sustained and a cadet had both parties exchange information

Thursday, March 19, 2015

•An elderly man was no feeling well in the quad. Officer Robins made contact with him and gathered he was suffering form stomach pins. The man refused paramedics and he stayed in the quad. He stated that if he needed more assistance he would go to campus police.

•A staff member reported a two-vehicle traffic collision off of Harkness and Colorado Boulevard. No injuries were sustained. Officer Robins and the Pasadena Police Department were on the scene.

•A male student had his pants pulled down from behind him by another student while he was hanging a painting in room 307 of the Center of the Arts. The victim suffers from Asperger’s syndrome and disabled student services (DSPS) were notified about the incident. Counselor Rosemary Scott from DSPS stated the incident would be addressed at the next Crisis Prevention and Response Team meeting.

Friday, March 20, 2015

•A student reported his/her bike was stolen from the south side of the L-building. The bike, a black Raleigh, was secured with a “U” type lock. Surveillance footage revealed that a male dressed in dark clothing, carrying a backpack taking the bicycle and heading west up the handicap ramp. The incident is still under investigation
Saturday, March 21, 2015

•A male near the L-building bike rack was identified as a possible match to a prior theft. Officer Chan made contact with the subject and checked him for warrants. The person was found to have a warrant for $26,000. Pasadena Police Department took him into custody.

•Reports of a possible theft that took place on March 17, 2015. A student checked out a laptop with false identification. When the student whose I.D. was used stated that he never checked out any property out. Officer Despain checked surveillance and the student checking out the laptop did not match the I.D. The suspect in question is approximately a six-foot Male Hispanic, 20-23 years weighing between 210 and 230 pounds with short hair.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

•A male near the L-building bike rack was identified as a possible match to a prior theft. Officer Chan made contact with the subject and checked him for warrants. The person was found to have a warrant for $26,000. Pasadena Police Department took him into custody.

•Reports of a possible theft that took place on March 17, 2015. A student checked out a laptop with false identification. When the student whose I.D. was used stated that he never checked out any property out. Officer Despain checked surveillance and the student checking out the laptop did not match the I.D. The suspect in question is approximately a six-foot Male Hispanic, 20-23 years weighing between 210 and 230 pounds with short hair.

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