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Shopping cart was found without an entitled owner

Photo credit: Miles Huffman

Chico Police Department
Call Type:Child abuse report
Monday 11:45 a.m., Aburnum Avenue
Subject reported her 6-year-old granddaughter being assaulted by her eight or nine-year-old step brother.

Call Type:Suspicious Subject
Monday 11:55 a.m., 195 Humboldt Ave.
Man was loitering by the parking lot and kept going in and out of his car, later heading towards the creek.

Call Type: Drunk in public
Tuesday 12:57 a.m., 946 Cedar St.
Group of females argued in public. One subject was verbally arguing with a female and male subject.

Call Type: Domestic Violence
Tuesday 1:02 a.m., 1253-93 W. 5th St.
Subject reports her boyfriend for refusing to leave.

Call Type: Mental health
Tuesday 1:20 a.m., 720 Mangrove Ave.
Subject tried shooting a gun. Subject was detained.

Call Type:Suspicious Subject
Wednesday 7:36 p.m., 187 Pauletah Pl.
Subject was going door to door claiming he was a PG&E worker. He claimed helping to save money and solicit.

Call Type:Refusing to leave
Wednesday 7:40 p.m., 2101-20 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Three homeless males were loitering at the rear of a building.

Call Type: Suspicious circumstance
Thursday 1:40 p.m., W. 5th and Ivy Street
Estimated amount of six men tried grabbing a woman. They later seemed to try fighting her.

Call Type:Suspicious circumstance
Thursday 1:42 p.m., 535 W. 7th St.
Subject woke up to alarm going off. She believes someone tried breaking into her vehicle.

University Police

Call Type: Stolen Property
Monday 11:21 a.m., Performing Arts Center
Individual was cited for stealing.

Call Type: Petty Theft Bike
Monday 9:08 p.m., Shasta Hall Dormitory
Bike theft was reported outside the dormitories.

Call Type:Transient call
Tuesday 10a.m., Mansion and Arcadian Avenue
Chico shopping cart was found down by the creek. It’s unknown if there was anyone using it.

Call Type: Citizen Assist
Tuesday 12:01 p.m., W 5th and Ivy Street
Subject was reported missing.

Call Type: Medical Aid with Alcohol involved
Wednesday 2:01 a.m., Whitney Hall Dormitory
A female passed out. She was breathing, yet not responding. She was found on the 3rd floor restroom.

Call Type:Transient call
Wednesday 8:50 a.m., Arts And Humanities Male was smoking on campus without a shirt and was flipping out staff.

Call Type: Welfare Check
Thursday 8:13 a.m., Holt Station Suspect was crying in distraught saying “help me.”

Call Type: Petty theft bike
Thursday 12:31 p.m., Whitney Hall Dormitory
Subject walked into the lobby, saying he left his bike locked with a U-lock and believes it was stolen between July and now. It was a Phat Cycles Sea Breeze in Pink.

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