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    Sexual abuse suspicions arise for Chico elementary students

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    Chico Police:

    Call Type: Suspicious Circumstance, 1:06 p.m., Amanda Way

    A father called police after his son told him a fellow classmate at Little Chico Creek Elementary School was poking his penis before saying it was OK because her dad lets her do it to him.

    Call Type: Transient Problem, 7:40 p.m., Forest Avenue

    A male and female were around the Walmart entrance and the nearby gas station. They had set up a homeless camp and were drinking in public.

    Call Type: Shoplift, 6:31 p.m., East 20th Street

    An adult female was detained for shoplifting two dress tops at JCPenney

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    . Her fiance, who was with her, was identified with an EBT card and arrested on a warrant.

    Call Type: Refusing to Leave, 11:08 a.m., East 20th Street

    Two panhandlers were asked to leave the target shopping center two times, and still stayed. Eventually police were called.

    University Police:

    Call Type: Stolen Vehicle, 1:06 p.m., West Sacramento Avenue and Warner Street

    A suspect attempted to steal a vehicle, breaking the window and damaging the steer column in the progress.

    Call Type: Vandalism, 3:25 p.m. Legion Avenue

    A bike at the Whitney Hall bike racks had the rear tire slashed.

    Call Type: Grand Theft Bike – Greater Than $950, 5:10 p.m., Warner Street

    A $2,500 bike was stolen from Tehama Hall. It had been secured with a cable lock.

    Call Type: Medical Aid, 11:17 a.m. Nord Avenue

    A man at University Village said he used marijuana and began feeling sick. He refused medical attention.

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