Lost dog found, continued elevator malfunctions and even more bike theft

University Police

Call Type: Welfare Check

Wednesday 8:35 a.m., Performing Arts Center

A male subject was found laying on ground with bike nearby. Subject was able to care for himself and refused medical assistance.


Call Type: Battery

Wednesday 3:46 p.m., Student Health Center

A Chico State student received treatment at the Student Health Center for a lip injury after being punched in the face. Battery occurred on Nord Avenue, Tuesday night. Subject declined to offer police any information other than location of incident.


Call Type: Theft

Thursday 4:24 p.m., Wildcat Recreation Center

Items stolen from a locker at the Wildcat Recreation Center from a Student Employee.


Call Type: Bike Theft

Friday 3:11 p.m., Sutter Hall

A bicycle was stolen outside of Sutter Hall around 2:45 p.m. from the bike racks


Call Type: Elevator Malfunction

Saturday 4:18 p.m., Meriam Library

Elevator #1 door was unable to be opened while subject was inside. Subject was able to exit the elevator eventually. The elevator was reported to have stalled while subject was inside elevator.

Chico Police

Call Type: Burglary

Friday 10:43 a.m., 1600 Oleander Avenue

Suspect had kicked down back door and entered resident’s home while the resident was gone overnight. The suspect appeared to have eaten food and taken a shower. No other items were reported missing.


Call Type: Minor In Possession

Saturday 12:41 a.m., 300 Hazel Street

Subject was walking home while party goers yelled at the subject from the porch of their home, threatening to jump him and break the windows in his home. Resident at the home stated that members of another fraternity have been coming to the location and causing a disturbance, causing them to yell at the people to leave. Members of the location were giving a warning for unruly gathering.


Call Type: Health and Safety Violation

Saturday 9:07 a.m., 300 East Avenue

Four subjects were reported with needles in their arms near McDonalds.


Call Type: Standby

Saturday 1:14 p.m., 1400 Hemlock Street

Subject lost his dog about one year ago during a move. The subject had suspected the landlord of taking the dog but had no proof. When the subject walked by the landlord’s residence, the gate was open and the subject’s dog was spotted. The dog’s microchip was checked and registered to the subject. Possessor of the dog admitted that the dog had belonged to the subject, but had not taken the dog to the shelter when the dog came to their house about a year ago.


Call Type: Suspicious Subject

Tuesday 3:17 p.m., 1100 Sherman Avenue

Subject is at the library daily with multiple laptops looking at pornography, which the reporting part suspects may be child pornography. The subject is advised that the library’s terms of service does not allow pornography, and if caught watching porngraphy again, the subject will be ejected from the library and refused service at all branches.