Man walks down street carrying marijuana plants

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University Police:

Call Type: Property-Lost/Found/Recovered, Thursday, 10:58 a.m., West 2nd Street

Syringes and paraphernalia were found at the base of a tree outside of the Student Services Center.

Call Type: Disturbance, Friday, 4:09 p.m., Warner Street

A belligerent ex-student was refused services at the Student Health Center per policy. She was moved along.

Call Type: Generic Fire Call, Sunday, 9:00 p.m., Normal Avenue

Chico Fire Department responded to a call regarding a report of smoke in the Alpha Omicron Pi house. It was discovered to be a plugged heater vent.

Call Type: Welfare Check, Wednesday, 10:34 a.m., Butte Hall

A female was reported laying on a couch in a 5th floor bathroom with her head propped up in her hands and a bloody towel in a sink nearby. She was unable to be located when officers responded.

Chico Police:

Call Type: Suspicious Subject, Thursday, 10:24 a.m., East 18th Street

A male subject was walking southbound down 18th Street carrying multiple large marijuana plants. He is also suspected of harassing dogs in the area.

Call Type: Noise Complaint, Saturday, 4:08 a.m., Salem Street

Approximately six suspects were sitting in a circle on Salvation Army property, playing drums and smoking.

Call Type: Disturbance, Sunday, 2:46 a.m., West 3rd Street

An unknown man knocked on a Craig Hall resident’s door, loudly singing, “Carry me home.” The resident was not expecting anyone and she lives alone. The man left and returned twice before wandering away.

Call Type: Assault/Battery, Sunday, 2:41 p.m., Esplanade

A male approached the Dutch Bros drive up window asking them to call the police, but not the medics. The man then took off running toward Big Al’s.

Call Type: Loose Animal, Monday, 12:04 p.m., West 1st Avenue

Two loose white Chihuahuas harassed residents. They have bitten a neighbor twice, but neither are reported to have rabies.

Call Type: Graffiti, Monday, 1:29 p.m., East 20th Street

A suspect was using blue spray paint to graffiti walls. When confronted by a neighbor, the suspect mocked them.

Call Type: Suspicious Circumstances, Tuesday, 1:34 p.m., East 4th Street

A man in bright orange “County Jail” pants rode toward Bidwell Park on a scooter suspected to not belong to him due to his attire.

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