Crime Log 22 October 2014
At approximately 3:30 p.m., a student reported to Officer Tim Richardson that his art supplies were stolen.
The victim stated that he had been eating when a male student wearing a blue stripped shirt walked by. The victim waved at the suspect, thinking that he knew him, but was mistaken. The suspect then walked past the victim a second time. A few minutes later, the victim noticed that his art bag was gone.
At approximately 2:30 p.m., Officer David Yost was investigating recent thefts in Bldg.4 and was informed of yet another theft. On Oct. 7, an instructor noticed that a Heath Kit I.P.2718 power supply was missing. An instructor in the department stated that the back door was left open, providing access to the lab.
Green parking lot
At approximately 8:40 a.m., Officer Dennis Kirk took a late theft report from a staff member.
The victim reported that sometime during the first week of the term, a bag containing 50 compact music disks was stolen from her car. The victim was unsure as to the specific date; she realized during the weekend that the bag was missing. Nothing else was missing, and no damage was reported. She said that one night after work, she noticed that all of her car doors were unlocked and that she normally always locks her doors.
Woodburn campus, Harrison Street Bldg.
At approximately 9:05 a.m., Officer Dennis Kirk received a phone report regarding a shattered window in Room 102A from the Chemeketa employee who discovered it. This was the same window that was shattered previously during a burglary where a number of laptops were stolen. This time nothing appeared to be disturbed or missing.
The Woodburn police were contacted, and Chemeketa facilities replaced the window.
Theft from vehicle
Purple parking lot
At approximately 11:30 a.m., Kirk took a phone report regarding a theft from a car that took place between 8:30 and 10:20 a.m. on Oct. 13. The victim initially reported the theft to the Marion County Sheriff Department and was advised her to contact Chemeketa because security cameras that may have caught the incident.
The victim said that she may have left the rear passenger door unlocked and that she had left her purse, jacket, and workout bag with clothing in the car, all of which were missing.
At approximately 8:35 p.m., the maintenance department contacted the Public Safety Office to report graffiti on a post in front of Bldg. 2. A work order was submitted to have the graffiti removed