Crime Blotter: June 12-26

News – Vanguard

June 12 – 14
Unauthorized Entry of a Motor VehicleParking Structure 3The rear driver side window of a Portland State student’s car was shattered and a black backpack with gold straps was stolen at an unknown time between the dates. The backpack was reported to contain nothing of value.
June 13
Warrant/Resisting Arrest/Student ConductNeuberger HallThe Campus Public Safety Office was dispatched on a reported drunk student causing a disturbance in the Neuberger lobby. Officers contacted the student and discovered he had a warrant. When officers attempted to take him into custody he resisted and a brief use of force was employed. The student was lodged for the warrant and resisting arrest.
June 15
Theft IIISecond Floor SMSU Women’s RestroomOfficer Shawn McKenzie investigated the theft of a laptop power supply from the restroom with no findings. The Student’s power supply was reported stolen at approximately 10 p.m.
June 16
Theft from Motor VehicleParking Structure 1—level sixA PSU student reported that their car’s rear triangle window was broken out, and a brown duffel bag containing earthquake disaster supplies and medications was stolen.
Theft IIIAcademic and Student Recreation CenterA PSU employee had his PSU ID card and Fitbit watch stolen from his locker. It is suspected that the locker lock was cut while he showered.
June 19
Warrant ArrestStephen Epler Hall—bike shedAt around 6:25 a.m. Officers Nichola Higbee and Matthew Masunari contacted non-student Ariyan Ghadiri after a call about a suspicious person dismantling bikes near King Albert Hall. The officers arrested Ghadiri for an unspecified warrant.
Found PropertySouthwest 10th Avenue/Southwest Mill StreetCPSO officers stopped Dalan Grissom who was riding a bike while wheeling another beside him. Grissom said the second bike was not his and that he had found it. CPSO confiscated the bike and put it in the Portland Police Bureau’s Central property room.
June 20
TrespassSmith Memorial Student Union—third …

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