Small bag of cocaine found by Sutter Dining Hall

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University Police:

Friday, 12:38 a.m.: Suspicious subject at Alpha Phi house on W. 3rd Avenue. “Reporting party requested an area check due to transients on property. Transients seem to be gone on arrival.”

Friday, 1:08 a.m.: Suspicious circumstance at Sutter Dining Hall on Legion Avenue. “Resident Advisor said there appeared to be a small bag of cocaine by the door of Sutter Dining Hall.”

Friday, 10:18 a.m.: Medical aid on W. 1st Avenue. “Male subject down on 3rd floor restroom. He possibly hit his head. Released to medical personnel.”

Saturday, 10:19 a.m.: Open door at Student Services Center on W. 2nd Avenue. “Back door of the Equal Opportunity Program Office which leads to hallway is not securing.”

Saturday, 10:23 a.m.: Vehicle stop at Warner and Ivy Streets. “Officer initiated activity after vehicle blew through stop sign.”

Saturday, 04:25 a.m.: Suspicious circumstance at A Lot on W. Sacramento avenue and Warner Street. “Officer observed two subjects going through vehicle, no further action was taken.”

Sunday, 7:57 a.m.: Fire Alarm at Kendal Hall on W. 1st Street. “Smoke detector went off in men’s restroom on 2nd floor. Building is clear, unknown reason for activation.”

Sunday, 1:18 p.m.: Obscene calls, texts and emails. “Reporting party requesting options regarding non-threatening texts received from ex boyfriend at least once per week. Ex-boyfriend is a Butte College student.”

Sunday, 2:51 p.m.: Fire Alarm at University Village on Nord Avenue. “Smoke detector went off because an empty pan was burning on a stove.”