Police Blotter: Oct. 11-13

University Police

Friday, 3:41 p.m.: Burglary in University Village. “Reporting party states her doors were locked and money is missing from her dorm room. Reporting party states money was taken two days ago and she noticed on Thursday. Missing $160. Both doors locked. No one had keys. No one allowed into the room.”

Saturday, 12:11 a.m.: Traffic hazard on Eighth and Chestnut streets. “Mattress smoldering. Appears to be out. No further assistance required at this time.”

Sunday, 12:27 a.m.: Miscellaneous alcohol violation in Whitney Hall. “Second floor men’s restroom. Assessment requested on male subject. Officer advising subject requesting medics.”

Sunday, 1:49 a.m.: Suspicious circumstances at Shasta Hall bike racks. “Witness reporting possible theft of bike. Unknown description due to darkness. Witness overheard conversation between male and female about stringing bikes together and riding away. He could only provide description of white male adult, longish hair wearing a hat and middle-aged. Female described as white female adult also middle-aged.”

Sunday, 6:17 p.m.: Suspicious subject on Nord Avenue in front of University Village. “Complaintant advised that a white male adult  threw a bicycle in front of him while he was driving by (1300 block Nord Avenue). Subject retrieved bike from road and is now standing in front of Julio’s Satellite. White male is transient-like, also with two other males.”

Sunday, 7:09 p.m.: Phone theft reported at undisclosed location. “Mother called and advised that her son’s phone was stolen on Friday. She was in town visiting and he was supposed to meet her for breakfast this morning and did not show up, and she has not heard from him all day. Requesting welfare check. Subject was in his room and is advised to contact his mom.”

Sunday, 11:04 p.m.: Medical aid in Konkow dining area. “Chico police advised medics en route for subject that sustained lacerations to hand and is bleeding. Subject was upset and threw piggy bank and it shattered. When dropped down to knees, subject cut knees and hands. Declined transport to hospital. Will seek medical on own.”

Chico Police

Friday, 3 p.m.: Threat made at Pleasant Valley High School on 1400 block of East Avenue. “Student angry over getting cellphone taken away during class and threatened to burn down the faculty member’s house. Student has been suspended for five days and is facing an expulsion hearing.”

Saturday, 8:47 a.m.: Suspicious suspect at Chico Paper Company on the 300 block of Broadway Street. “A male was reported to be punching a tree while cursing and screaming, now rolling on the ground continuing to scream. Earlier the suspect had ran into traffic and was yelling at passing cars. Caller believed the suspect was under the influence of illegal drugs.”

Saturday, 1:03 p.m.: Disturbance at Bidwell Presbyterian Church on the 200 block of West First Street. “A shirtless women was reported to be laying on the front steps of the church while a wedding was taking place inside. She appeared to be heavily intoxicated and medics were called to the scene.”

Saturday, 2:49 p.m.: Suspicious suspect outside of Dutch Bros. Coffee on the 400 block of East Park Avenue. “Male had pants pulled down around his ankles, no underwear. Caller reported that suspect had been urinating and began to throw thrash out of the trash can.”

Saturday, 3:41 p.m.: Reckless driving on 1300 block of East 10th Street. “Kids spinning donuts, hit the bridge and the vehicle now stuck in the middle of the street. An additional caller reported that the suspects were drunk and that two of them had fled the scene to hide the beer under the bridge.”

Sunday, 3:32 a.m: Stabbed woman found on the bike path between West Sacramento Avenue and Fourth Street. “Female got dropped off at the emergency room at Enloe Medical Hospital after found bleeding from two stab wounds that appeared to be non-life threatening. Female unable to provide any details on where or what happened.”

Sunday, 3:34 a.m.: 19-year-old women pocket dialed mother during possible domestic dispute. “Mother reported to hearing physical violence in the background and her daughter crying to stop. Daughter believed to be at boyfriend’s house.”

 

-Compiled by Valerie Teegardin and Mozes Zarate