Police Blotter: Student makes criminal threats in the library

Monday, November 20 Campus police responded to a domestic incident in the library. A report was taken but there was no arrest. Police responded to a student making criminal threats in the library. A report was taken but no one was arrested. Staff reported possible vandalism near the conference center in the quad. Tuesday, November 21 Staff reported a female student possibly intoxicated in L-104. Campus police conducted a safety check in the Rosemead Center. Police went out to the CA building for patrol. Officers …

Police Blotter: Squirrel goes nuts, terrorizes students

Monday, October 30 Facilities reported a black male sleeping on the floor in the C-building on the 4th floor and was advised to leave. A suspicious white male was being observed while exiting the men’s locker room in the GM-building. Two suspicious subjects were escorted off campus after being seen between the U and UU buildings. A 23 year old student was transported to a hospital after having a seizure near the Bonnie structure on campus. A microwave was reported to be on fire in …

Police Blotter: Fire Department rescues subject stuck in elevator

Monday, June 5 PCC Campus Police reported that suspicious figures were seen examining the inside of vehicles parked in Lot 11 at 7:56pm. The two male suspects left the area when Officer Chan conducted an area search. Nothing was reported stolen. PCC Campus Police responded to a subject stuck in an elevator at 6:28am in the R-building. Campus Police were unable to reset the elevator. The Pasadena Fire Department was called for assistance, and the subject was rescued out of the elevator. Tuesday, June 6 …

Pro/Con: Should campus police carry guns?

PRO: Fight Fire With Fire Cailynn Knabenshue Asst. Lifestyle Editor Suppose there’s an active shooter on campus. How do you expect first responders, specifically campus police, to fight them off with anything other than a loaded gun? I’m not advocating for the Second Amendment, nor do I want it to become easier to get access to firearms and no, this article isn’t sponsored by the NRA. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. I think that the reason for so many shootings nowadays is because of …

How to report sexual assault

In light of the sexual assault case that happened recently at PCC, listed below are some tools and resources available to students on our campus. Sexual assault victims must at PCC, you contact help or support as soon as possible. Immediately after the assault: Call 911 or the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673). Calling from a phone on Campus will alert Campus Police immediately. Otherwise, Pasadena Police will relay their message to Campus Police, which could take a little extra time. Do not …