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Police find transients with stolen toolbox and 3-by-3-foot tarp full of marijuana

Illustration by Liz Coffee.

University Police Department

Call Type: Suspicious Subject Friday, 2:46 p.m., Meriam Library

“Two male adults, one heavy, yelling racial slurs ‘white pride.’ No clothing description was given.”

Call type: Assault Saturday, 2:10 a.m., Whitney Hall

“Reporting party states a female dorm resident entered her room and assaulted her. An arrest was made.”

Call type: Evaluation Request Friday, 10:14 p.m., University Village

“RA calling in for unknown reason other than needs an officer. She is calling for another RA but doesn’t know why. Spoke to RCC Robert and he would like an evaluation completed on a male who has been drinking, currently in room.”

Call Type: Burglary Sunday, 2:54 p.m., University Gardens

“Victim had lent a gun to a friend to go hunting. The gun was stolen from the friend’s truck and taken from University Gardens.”

Call Type: Disturbance Sunday, 9:04 p.m., Rio Chico Way

“Occured in the X parking lot. No weapons seen, but a group was involved in a fight. No one appeared to be injured and no further action was taken.”

Call Type: Drunk in Public Sunday, 12:39 a.m., Mechoopda Hall

“Female resident on the ground in front of the dorm, being hostile and uncooperative. Transported to Enloe Medical Center.”

Chico Police Department

Call Type: Suspicious circumstance Friday, 7:49 a.m., West Fourth Avenue

“Reporting party advising she just got home and there is an unknown subject sleeping in her bed. Reporting party is standing by outside. Reporting party lives alone and was gone last night. House appears to be as reporting party left it last night. Reporting party has has break-ins in the past.”

Call Type: Transient Problem Friday, 8:17 a.m., East 10th Avenue

“Transients were on the back property of the business. They left when the reporting party went out, but left behind what looks like stolen property in a toolbox and a 3-foot-by-3-foot tarp wrapped full of marijuana.”

Call Type: Domestic Dispute Friday, 4:11 p.m., Forest Avenue

“Reporting party came home after he received a call from his girlfriend and found all his property piled up outside and the door is locked and (she) won’t let the reporting party back in. Reporting party doesn’t know why she is upset and this has been ongoing for about two weeks. Reporting party is sitting outside the property waiting for contact.”

Call Type: Suspicious Subject Sunday, 6:47 a.m., East Lindo Avenue

“Male riding his bike around in circles in front of residence. Another subject wandering around under the bridge. Male on bike moved under bridge with the other subject.”

Call Type: Domestic Disputes Sunday, 8:08 a.m., Ralland Circle

“Male hitting female; male had been drinking prior to incident. Female yelling for help. There were no children in residence. A neighbor came by and pounded on the walls, trying to get the couple to stop.”

Call Type: Threats Sunday, 3:13 p.m., Garden Park Drive

“Ex-boyfriend threatening to post intimate pictures of his ex-girlfriend if she does not do as he says and move back to Texas.”

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