Student hit another student with frying pan

Student hit another student with frying pan

University Police

Call Type: Assault

Sunday March 3, 8:46 p.m., University Village

A student hit another student with a frying pan. Both parties were separated and no medical attention was needed

Call Type: Suspicious Person

Friday March 1, 3:42 a.m., Lassen Hall

A male in a black jacket riding a white bike was crawling through dumpsters yelling to himself.

Call Type: Accident

Thursday Feb. 28, 3:23 p.m., Parking Structure 1 on Cherry Street.

Reporting party had damage to their car when they got back from class. No sign of damage to any cars in the area.

Call Type: Traffic Control

Friday March 1, 3:00 p.m., Bridge at Siskiyou Hall

A female driving a golf cart almost hit the reporting party while crossing the bridge.

Call Type: Suspicious Person

Friday March 1, 11:01 a.m., Physical Science Building

Reporting party said that someone took a picture of a juvenile while he was in the bathroom.

Chico Police

Call Type: Burglary in Progress

Wednesday Feb. 27, 11:29 p.m., 1400 North Cherry St.

Reporting party saw a man in a black hoodie and a face mask pull up to a parking lot on a bike. The suspect starting checking handles on car doors and getting inside some vehicles. Police pulled into the parking lot and arrested the man.

Call Type: Stabbing

Thursday Feb. 28, 7:52 p.m., West 4th St/Broadway

A 15-year-old male approached the calling party saying he got stabbed. He had gotten in a physical altercation with an unknown man and the man stabbed him in his side. The parents were called and they took their son to the hospital. The suspect fled northbound on Broadway.

Call Type: Threats

Saturday March 2, 9:59 a.m., 1200 Notre Dame Blvd.

Subject posted on social media that he wanted to kill some people and that he didn’t want to live anymore. Also said if he was seen on the news this week killing people, he did it for love and that he can’t lose his girlfriend ever again. The subject was offered mental health services and said that he had been having mental health issues due to bad grades in college.

Call Type: Illegal Weapon

Saturday March 2, 11:01 a.m., 1200 West Sacramento Ave.

A man was cleaning his gun at home and accidentally shot himself in the leg. He went to Enloe Hospital by himself. Police collected the firearm because he didn’t own it legally.

Call Type: Robbery

Saturday March 2, 12:43 a.m., Wells Fargo on 300 Memorial Way

A male subject took was with two others when he took the reporting party’s bike. No weapons were used and the suspect took off towards the nearest skatepark.

Gordon Papalias can be reached at [email protected] or Twitter @GordonPapalias.