Monday, April 20, 2015
A female student reported that a 5’5” in his 20’s male Hispanic student wearing a black hoodie and a red Nike backpack was approaching females and asking if they were interested in a massage. Officer Robins was conducted a search for the individual but he was gone on arrival.
Officer Despain and Robins made contact with 3 males who appeared to be smoking marijuana in Lot 4 level 1. The individuals were checked for warrants and had negative results. The subjects were counseled on their actions and released.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
While on patrol in Lot 3, Officer Arechiga was flagged down by a male student stating he was a victim of hit and run. The vehicle was damaged on the rear driver side door. A note left by a witness provided a suspect license plate. A name and address was found and the individual was willing to exchange insurance information.
Thursday, April 20, 2015
A female student reported that her vehicle was broken into from the front passenger side. The vehicle’s front passenger side window was shattered and a purse, which was left on the passenger seat, was stolen. Surveillance footage was unavailable as the cameras were not facing that direction.
A staff member assisted a pregnant woman that was suffering from stomach cramps. Paramedics were requested and the female was evaluated and then transported to the Huntington Memorial Hospital
Friday, April 20, 2015
A student stated he was attacked by Hispanic man, nude from the waist down in the men’s restroom in the 3rd floor of the C-building. The half-naked man attempted to crawl into the student’s stall, but the student kicked the suspect back into his own stall. Then, the victim began to leave, but the suspect followed him despite the fact his genitals were exposed. The suspect was described as a Hispanic man in between 40 and 50, light skinned, with grey balding hair.
Saturday, April 20, 2015
The intersection lights in between Hill and Green street were turned off. The Pasadena Police Department(PPD) were notified and sent units to the area. Officer Arechiga made contact with the PPD, and an assist was conducted for a traffic collision caused by an intoxicated driver. The driver did not require medical attention and was arrested for driving under the influence(DUI). Damage to the light pole caused by the driver was repaired the same day.