Police Blotter: Indecent exposure, fraud and burglary

Police Blotter: Indecent exposure, fraud and burglary

University Police

Call Type: Disturbance

Wednesday, Jan. 23, 3:19 p.m., Aymer Jay Hamilton Hall on Arcadian Avenue.

Reporting party stated that a woman in a pink sweater beat her up two weeks ago and is now waiting in the area to fight her. All parties were counseled and agreed to leave each other alone.

Call Type: Elevator Malfunction

Wednesday, Jan. 23, 5:14 p.m., Meriam Library

Reported elevator malfunction on floor three. Caller reported that he was trapped inside. Electrician came and serviced the elevator to get the caller out and fix the problem.

Call Type: Suspicious Person

Thursday, Jan. 24, 7:50 p.m., Bell Memorial Union

An adult male with red scarf covering half of his face came up to the reporting party at the ATM asking the reporting party to look at his watch and for money. The suspect was last seen walking through the campus. No further problems reported.

Call Type: Suspicious Person

Saturday Jan. 26, 12:16 p.m., Parking structure on Cherry Street.

An older woman in a black leather jacket took an item from the back of someone’s truck. She then went to sit on a motorcycle outside of the Student Services Center. The suspect was last seen going into the SSC.

Call Type: Medical Aid

Tuesday, Jan. 29, 8:38 a.m., Arts and Humanities

A person was reported ill in 3rd floor hallway. The subject was released to medical personnel.

Chico Police

Call Type: Brandish

Monday, Jan. 28, 5:11 a.m., West 8th Street and Walnut Street

A 24-year-old male was driving and pulled up beside the subject who had stopped walking in the middle of the street. The two men stared at each other while the subject that was in the middle of the street pulled out a firearm. At this point the driver sped away. Subjects who had been in the area say they didn’t see or hear anything. Driver now says he is unsure if the subject had a gun.

Call Type: Indecent Exposure

Monday Jan. 28 12:44 p.m., 110 West 11th St.

Students came in to class and an older, male subject was exposing himself to them. The suspect seemed to be urinating and his pants were pulled almost all the way down. There were kids on the soccer field where the subject was still visible. Subject was seen walking away and no other behavior was reported.

Call Type: Suspicious Subject

Monday, Jan. 28, 6:03 p.m., 00 Silverhill Ct.

A male subject wearing a gray jacket and black pants was holding a clipboard and going door to door to people’s homes, asking people to come outside and give them their personal information. He left in a vehicle with no description.

Call Type: Assault

Tuesday, Jan. 29, 9:13 a.m., 2500 Esplanade

A male and female were getting physical in a Carl’s Jr. parking lot. The male was threatening the staff inside the Carl’s Jr. as well. Another male tried to separate the arguing couple, but then started yelling at them from across the street. All parties were separated and an arrest was made.

Call Type: Burglary

Tuesday, Jan. 29, 12:01 p.m., 400 West 4th Ave.

The reporting party had his car broken into and his credit cards were being used. The card was being used at 76 gas station on Mangrove Avenue. A backpack with his Macbook and iPhone were also stolen.

Call Type: Fraud/Scam

Tuesday, Jan. 29, 3:46 p.m., 1900 Bruce Road

Reporting party said that she received a call from a female that claimed to be from the Social Security Administration. The female caller stated that the the reporting party had to send her all the money in her account and if she didn’t send the money, she would be arrested for money laundering. The female caller said that she would be at the reporting party’s house the next day to check the receipts and to make sure she sent the money.