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Man using roommate’s voicemail to control minds

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Man using roommate’s voicemail to control minds

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Molly Sullivan

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University Police Department:

Call type: Suspicious Subject

Monday 10:39 p.m., Ayres Hall

A man was standing in front of the door to Ayres hall and attempted to “bless them” as they entered.

Call type: Fire Alarm

Monday 10:18 p.m., University Village

A smoke detector was activated at University Village. It was a false alarm.

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Chico Police Department:

Call type: Info to Citizen

Monday 5:30 a.m., Sherman Avenue

A man reported his roommate for allegedly controlling his mind by leaving messages on his voicemail. When his roommate asked to borrow his phone on Sunday night, the man punched his roommate in the face.

Call type: Transient Problem

Monday 1:40 p.m., West Sacramento Avenue

A homeless man was sitting in front of the entrance of a downtown business, and was reported for smelling really bad and disturbing customers.

Call type: Suspicious Subject

Monday 6:12 p.m., Silver Dollar Way

A man wearing black and carrying a large stick was seen walking in and out of traffic.

Molly Sullivan can be reached at [email protected] or @SullivanMollyM on Twitter.

 

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