Elementary school student threatens to shoot up campus


University Police Department

Call Type: Suspicious Circumstance Tuesday, 9:39 a.m.

“Woman reported finding a blank piece a paper on her windshield. It had happened to her once before six months before. Her vehicle was parked in the parking lot on West 2nd Street.”

Call Type: Burglary Tuesday, 6:05 p.m.

“A vehicle parked in A Lot on West Sacramento Avenue and Warner was left overnight. The trunk was popped opened and items that stolen included an Xbox, a laptop and some clothes.”

Call Type: Vandalism, Wednesday, 1:41 a.m.

Group of individuals threw object through the front house window of Sigma Kappa sorority house. Police boarded up window for the time being.

Chico Police Department

Call Type: Threats Tuesday 8:57 a.m., 8th Street

“Little boy said his mom has $2,000 worth of guns and was going to bring his mom’s AKA47 to school and kill two students. After being called into the principal’s office, the boy said he never threatened to kill them (the students) he was just talking about guns with his friends. Boy was asked to not talk about guns in the future and told to see a counselor.”

Call Type: Injury Hit & Run Wednesday 2:19 a.m., Forest Avenue

“Male was riding an electric scooter and was hit by a vehicle. Male could not identify what hit him and didn’t want to talk to the police. He is awake and talking but needed a wheelchair. Enloe Medical Center reported no injuries.”

Call Type: Suspicious Subject
, Wednesday, 9:00 a.m., East First Avenue

Man attempting to unlock stolen phone asks people around him for help with the phone’s passcode.

Call Type: Aggressive Animal, Wednesday, 1:35 p.m., Walnut Street

Pit bull tried to attack woman. Woman held out jug of laundry detergent to protect herself from the dog, resulting in puncture holes made by dog’s teeth. Dog owner advised to get license.

Call Type: Subject Disturbance, Wednesday, 2:53 p.m., Esplanade

Customer threatened bank employee saying he was going to “get her.” Customer defecated in front of the establishment.