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    School bus breaks down, stranded on Highway 32

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    University Police Department

    Call Type: Welfare Check Wednesday, 6:28 a.m., Whitney Hall

    “A woman, concerned about her friend, showed up at Whitney Hall. She claimed that her friend had been posting depressing statuses and thoughts of suicide on Facebook. The girl is no longer a resident of Whitney Hall and currently resides back in her hometown.”

    Call Type: Graffiti Wednesday, 10:14 a.m., Aymer J Hamilton Hall

    “Red paint was used to graffiti the words ‘cake mob’ on a tree.”

    Chico Police Department

    Call Type: Stalled Vehicle Wednesday, 7:39 a.m., Highway 32

    “A school bus trying to turn onto Highway 32 broke down in the middle of the road, sitting in a diagonal position. With children still on the bus and cars swerving to avoid it, it became a dangerous situation. All people involved are okay.”

    Call Type: Animal Welfare Check Wednesday, 11:36 a.m., Forest Avenue

    “A dog was found panting and crying inside of a vehicle parked near the Vision Center sign. Animal Control was called to handle the situation.”

    Call Type: Burglary Wednesday, 12:49 p.m., Rio Lindo Avenue

    “A storage shed was found burglarized, which occurred sometime over the previous weekend. The lock was cut and items were stolen including six elliptical machines and $1500-2000 worth of power tools.”

    Call Type: Animal Bite Wednesday, 1:46 p.m., Aspen Street

    “A mail carrier was bitten by a dog. The bite broke through the pant leg and the skin.”

    Call Type: Harassment Wednesday, 3:42 p.m., Forest Avenue

    “A woman’s boyfriend was sending naked photos of her to friends and posting them on Facebook.”

    Call Type: Suspicious Circumstance Wednesday, 5:53 p.m., Shari Lane

    “A male was reportedly going around the neighborhood selling meat. The sign on his truck read ‘California Prime,’ but the business’ website indicates that it no longer exists.”

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