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Student thinks tutor works for the government, is stalking him

Illustration by Liz Coffee

University Police Department


Call Type: Welfare Check Monday, 10:10 a.m., Student Services Center

“Subject entered Student Learning Center and wrote ‘Get away Stalker’ instead of his name on the sign-in sheet. Individual is worried he is being stalked by the government and that the agencies spying on him have infiltrated Chico State. Wrote ‘Get away Stalker’ believing his tutor was spying on him and believed the message would deter his tutor.”

Call Type: Elevator Malfunction Monday, 2:07 p.m., Butte Hall

“Right elevator occupied and stuck on fifth floor. Electricians got subject off the elevator and turned it off until it could be repaired.”

Call Type: Narcotics Violation Monday, 4:45 p.m., Whitney Hall

“Smell only, no contraband located.”

Call Type: Area Check Monday, 4:04 p.m., Holt Hall

“Faculty member reports east exterior door is hanging on the hinges. Must be manually pulled shut when someone enters or exits. Ensured that door is secured.”

Call Type: Burglary Monday, 4:22 p.m., Cherry Street

“White Dodge Charger with driver rear window broken, laptop and backpack taken. Kia Sol also broken into two stalls down. Occurred at Parking Structure 1 on Cherry Street.”

Call Type: Graffiti Tuesday, 10:43 a.m., West Sacramento Avenue

“Outside the Soccer Stadium on West Sacramento Avenue, officer found white spray paint on the lamp post saying ‘deuob.’”

Call Type: Non Injury Hit and Run Tuesday, 2:32 p.m., Cherry Street

“In the parking structure on Cherry Street, a vehicle parked on the third floor received damage to the bumper and trunk.”

Call Type: Drunk In Public Tuesday, 9:41 p.m.

“Drunk person was found on the tennis courts. Just sitting there. Person arrested and booked.”

Chico Police Department

Call Type: Drunk In Public Tuesday, 7:10 a.m., East 20th Street

“Two males are stumbling down the street. At one point, one laid in the middle of the street while the other tried to get him to stand up.”

Call Type: Suspended License Tuesday, 4:27 p.m., Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Parkway

“A pregnant woman was involved in a hit and run. She went to the hospital scared she was going to lose her baby. Woman went into labor and was taken to the delivery section of Enloe hospital.”

Call Type: Threats Tuesday, 9:51 p.m., East Avenue

“Caller swears he has no gang affiliation but a member of the Norteno gang keeps calling him and harassing him saying he’s a sureno.”

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