Four vehicles stolen in one night, same neighborhood

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Four vehicles stolen in one night, same neighborhood

Alejandra Fraga

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University Police

Call Type: Property- Lost/Found/Recovered

Monday 1:41 a.m., Aymer Jay Hamilton Hall

Television with broken screen found in hallway outside of room.

Call Type: Directed Patrol

Monday 7:50 a.m., Tehama Hall

Male found sleeping in the doorway with bike, was blocking access for two days.

Call Type: Vandalism

Tuesday 11:03 a.m., Holt Hall

Broken window on the South side, possibly hit with rock.

Call Type: Suspicious Subject

Tuesday 10:11 p.m., Ayres Hall

Person with dark hoodie mumbling threats to passersby.

Call Type: Disturbance

Wednesday 10:00 p.m., Physical Science

Group of 6-7 people on bridge yelling at each other.

Call Type: Disturbance

Thursday 8:25 p.m., Bell Memorial Union (BMU)

An individual was threatened and told he would be punched in the face if he didn’t stop talking to students.

Chico Police:

Call Type: Suspicious Subject

Monday 6:54 a.m., 2200 Pillsbury Rd.

 

Individual wearing a beanie and a hoodie, carrying a machete walking around the parking lot.

Call Type: Burglary

Monday 8:43 a.m., 500 Desiree Ln.

At least 4 vehicles were stolen in the neighborhood the previous night.

Call Type: Camping Illegal

Monday 11:03 a.m., 100 Panama Ave.

5-6 transients were camping in and out of the laundry room.

Call Type: Burglary

Tuesday 9:55 a.m., 2400 Fair St.

Vehicle was broken into at Casa Ramos parking lot, several items were stolen, including Macbook Pro, military uniform and more.

Call Type: Suspicious Subject

Thursday 8:36 a.m., Humboldt Ave/Sycamore St.

Female standing in the roadway, not moving just staring.

Call Type: Assault

Thursday 9:08 a.m., 900 East Ave.

Mother was dropping off child at school, left her door cracked open and another female came up and pushed her out of the way and slammed her car door shut.

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