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Father of a second grader threatens to hit another 10-year-old boy

Courtney Weaver

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University Police

Call Type: Prowling Wednesday, 2:33 a.m., West 3rd Street

“Police received a 911 call from the Alpha Phi house advising a male knocking on the door and trying to get inside. He was gone when police arrived.”

Call Type: Fire Alarm Thursday, 1:32 p.m., Whitney Hall Dormitory

“Smoke detector set off alerting the housing authorities, Chico fire and the Environmental Health & Safety.”

Chico Police Department

Call Type: Animal Welfare Check Wednesday, 12:36 p.m., West East Street

“A vehicle with a large amount of cats and dogs was found parked next to a dumpster. All animals were reported in good condition.”

Call Type: Suspicious Circumstance Wednesday, 11:01 p.m., North Cedar Street

“Someone from an apartment complex on Columbus Street was pointing a green laser into the eyes of nearby drivers. The source is unknown.”

Call Type: Threats Wednesday, 2:48 p.m., Marigold Avenue

“The father of a second grade student threatened to hit a 10-year-old boy ‘ten times harder’ than when the boy accidentally hit the man’s son with a basketball two weeks prior.”

Call Type: Missing Person Wednesday, 3:43 a.m., West 4th Street

“Christopher Patton is currently missing, reported by his girlfriend. Patton has shown signs of depression in the past.”

Call Type: Stolen Vehicle Thursday, 6:56 a.m., Willow Creek Apartments

“Honda Accord’s front bumper is connected to the car by zip ties.”

Call Type: Suspicious Subject Thursday, 9:09 a.m., El Varano Way

“A man who is known for using drugs was wandering around his neighborhood looking into cars and approaching people requesting for aspirin, saying that people are after him.”

Call Type: Accident Thursday, 9:36 a.m., Pillsbury Road

“A man ran a red light and crashed into another vehicle. The impact had caused his car to continue onto the sidewalk and into the Dutch brothers wall. There were no injuries.”

Call Type: Littering/ Urinating in Public Thursday, 11:00 a.m., Flume Street

“At the law offices of Stephana Feming a man was found defecating in the back lot as well as using water from an inside office. Naked from the waste down he then proceeded to make his way through the neighborhood and stopped at a house to shower on the side.”

Call Type: Subject Thursday, 4:38 p.m., Monterey Street

“A women answered her front door to man clamming he was from Direct TV and needed to check her satellite to prepare for the storm. After allowing him into her home and noticing he hadn’t looked at her TV box or bill she called Direct TV and they had informed her that they were not aware of anyone working in her area.”

Call Type: Traffic Hazard Thursday, 5:06 p.m., Hazel Street

“A man who is seen as an ongoing problem was walking down the middle of the street, not moving for cars.”

Call Type: Transient Problem Thursday, 6:08 p.m., Cypress Street

“One man was in front of a women’s house trying to cut down a tree with a knife and then threw it into her yard and then ran away. Two stayed behind in front of her house and “shoot up drugs” as she pulled up.”

Call Type: Vehicle Burglary Thursday, 9:24 p.m., Orchard Supply Hardware

“A suspect had left behind a key chain that held multiple sets of keys with different car models on it, four cars were broken into and tools worth thousands were stolen.”

Call Type: Suspicious Circumstance Thursday, 9:57 p.m., Legacy Apartments

“A women had heard a loud sound of breaking glass but believed it to be her roommate. After returning home and speaking with her roommate they realized that the bed frame in their kitchen did not belong to either one of them. The home showed no forced entry.”

Call Type: Drunk in Public Thursday, 10:56 p.m., Ivy Street

“A drunk man constantly stumbling into the road and kept falling over, as his friend tried to help he got increasingly upset.”

Call Type: Drunk in Public Thursday, 10:57 p.m., Burgers and Brew

“Employees detained a man for fighting after being uncooperative he smashed their tip jar and took out a knife, which employees were able to take away.”

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