Crime Log 27 May 2015
Stalking – Bldg. 2
At 10:57 a.m., an officer received a report that someone was stalking one of the baristas. The report said the suspect would stand at the counter for 40 minutes at a time and not buy anything. The suspect also made a comment to the barista about seeing her come out of class, which prompted the report. While talking to the victim, the officer saw the suspect walking through the building. The suspect was a registered sex offender. The officer made contact with the suspect and told him to leave the barista alone and confine his presence in the building to necessary business. The case remains open.
Criminal Mischief – Bldg. 20
At 9:06 a.m., an officer was approached by a couple who said that a hole had been cut in the fence surrounding Bldg. 20, which is under construction. The officer photographed the area. The officer found another hole in the fence, which he also photographed, and submitted a request to have the fence repaired.
Harassment – Eola Campus
At 4:20 p.m., an officer received a report from a man who said his wife found a threatening note on her car. The note said “This car ruined your life. I hope it doesn’t take it too.” The man said he and his wife were getting a divorce and the car, a rare Camaro, had been a major cause. The man said he reported the incident so he wouldn’t be blamed. The man said he did not know any possible suspects and also said several people knew details of the divorce. The officer advised the man to let him know if the situation changed
Theft – Purple lot
At 5:11 p.m., an officer was waved down by a man who said someone had broken into his van. The thief took two jackets and a cell phone battery pack. The theft occurred between 4 and 4:50 p.m. The officer gave the victim a case number and told him to watch for the jackets.
Harassment – Bldg. 2
At 12:23 p.m., an officer took a report from a student who said she had received harassing text messages from Concord, Calif. The texts, from a man, said he had been following the woman for three days. The officer ran the number in the school system and got no results. The victim was advised to contact the sheriff’s office if there were any further messages. The officer told the victim that Public Safety would provide an escort on campus.