Teacher finds packets of heroin or methadone during a class fieldtrip

Photo credit: Miles Huffman

Photo credit: Miles Huffman

University Police Department

Call Type: Petty Theft
Monday 5:11 p.m., Arthur Acker Gymnasium
A bike was stolen from the racks and suspected persons were reported to have been wearing a black-hooded sweatshirt with an army backpack and the other to have been wearing a grey-hooded sweatshirt. No one has been identified yet.

Call Type: Petty Theft
Monday 4:52 p.m., Aymer Jay Hamilton Hall
A juvenile was reported for petty theft on campus after stealing a Yo-Yo from a child’s hands in a classroom. Both the child and the juvenile know each other, but only by first name.

Call Type: Graffiti
Tuesday 2:03 p.m., Track Stadium
Graffiti was reported in a women’s bathroom stall. The taggings did not contain anything offensive.

Call Type: Suspicious Subject
Tuesday 7:49 p.m., Student Services Center
A white man in a black beanie was reported after suspiciously lingering around the bike racks by the building.

Call Type: Domestic Violence
Wednesday 12:01 a.m., Lassen Dormitory Hall
A resident adviser helped a girl in the dorms report her boyfriend who had slapped her across the face earlier that day.

Call Type: Non-Injury Hit and Run
Wednesday 9:50 a.m., Parking Lot B
A man’s car was side-wiped along the driver’s door overnight. The suspected person fled the scene and has not been identified.

Call Type: Skateboard Complaint
Thursday 4:54 p.m., Langdon Engineering Center
About a half-dozen juveniles were reported for skating off the loading dock of the building.

Call Type: Suspicious Subject
Wednesday 9:29 p.m., Physical Science Bridge
A man in a dark hat and coat was reported for hanging around the bridge and screaming at students as they passed by.

Chico Police Department

Call Type: Hit and Run
Monday 2:24 p.m., West East and Esplanade Avenues
A man’s car was rear-ended at a stop sign. The suspected person said he needed to talk with his father and left the scene without leaving any information. A witness was able to report the license plate number.

Call Type: Aggressive Animal
Monday 1:35 p.m., Walnut and West 7th Street
A little girl’s hand was bit by a dog when offering a treat. She was taken to Enloe Hospital but no dog attack report was filed. The bite was reportedly the second by the same dog in two weeks.

Call Type: Property for Destruction
Tuesday 9:15 a.m., 1500 E. First Ave.
While on a field trip with class, the teacher found over 50 packets of heroin or methadone and turned them into Pleasant Valley High School for police to retrieve it.

Call Type: Suspicious Circumstance
Tuesday 10:16 p.m., 15 Silkwood Way
While the reporting victim was in his bedroom, he heard his front door get kicked open. He let loose his dog and searched his whole property, unable to find anyone. Nothing was reported stolen, although damage to the door frame was reported.

Call Type: Trespass
Wednesday 10:21 a.m., Rosewood Apartments
Three homeless men were found sleeping in the complex’s laundry room. They are suspected to have gotten keys from someone who was previously evicted.

Call Type: Medical Assist
Wednesday 8:47 a.m., 2360 Esplanade
An elderly woman in a parking lot was reported for being highly intoxicated and unable to drive, she could barely stand by herself. Medical assistance was called to take care of the lady.

Call Type: Burglary
Thursday 8:41 a.m., 550 Vallombrosia Ave
A woman came out to find a homeless man in her car. She proceeded to surround her car with the help of others and verbally detain him. Police officers arrested the man on the scene.

Call Type: Vandalism
Thursday 11:57 a.m., 1439 Mulberry St.
A man came out in the morning to find his car tires slashed. He told the police he was recently threatened by a young man and feels he may be involved.

Christian Solis can be reached at [email protected] or @c_alexander20 on Twitter.