Multiple calls for juevenile delinquency

Trenton Taylor and Julian Mendoza

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University Police

Call Type: Suspicious Circumstances

Monday, March 18, 3:10 p.m., Physical Science Building.

A group of juveniles were under the bridge taking rocks from landscaping and throwing them into the creek. The subjects left their own accord.

Call Type: Battery

Monday, March 18, 3:39 p.m., West Sacramento Avenue.

Female roommate pushed subject into the bathroom door causing injury to victim. The victim was referred to the Student Health Center.

Call Type: Suspicious Circumstances

Tuesday, March 19, 2:31 p.m., Sutter Hall

Male Subject was sitting over the balcony above Sutter Dining. A second reporting caller asked if he was alright and he said he was just getting some air.

Call Type: Animal Call

Wednesday March 20, 4:39 p.m., Arts and Humanities Building

A live bat was in an office. It was caught and released.

Call Type: Smoking Complaint

Friday, March 23, 12:27 p.m., Physical Science Building

A group of transients with face tattoos were sitting on the north-side of the building underneath the overhang smoking with a bong.


Chico Police

Call Type: Suspicious Circumstances

Sunday, March 17, 1:25 a.m., 300 Chesnut St.

Reporting Party said an unknown subject threw a rock at her bedroom window. No entry was made into the building. Juveniles were seen running from the area around the time of the incident.

Call Type: Trespassing

Monday, March 18, 2:20 p.m., 500 Salem St.

Reporting Party said that there was a man living on the roof of a next-door building. The man was living in a red tent on top of the building.

Call Type: Shoplifting

Monday, March 18, 2:47 p.m., 1000 West Sacramento Ave.

Male subject was seen leaving Safeway with a backpack full of $50 worth of steak. Subject left on a bike and was seen riding towards Nord Avenue.

Call Type: Juvenile Problem

Tuesday, March 19, 11:00 a.m., 300 Broadway

Principal of Marsh Jr. High School said that there were two young males selling chocolate bars and claiming that the funds were going to the school, which was false. The information came from a hairdresser close to the location of the juveniles. Both of them were on bikes.

Call Type: Threats

Saturday, March 23, 10:19 a.m., West Sacramento and Nord Avenue

Reporting Party said a male subject tried to hit him with a glass bottle outside the nearby Safeway. The bottle was able to be taken away, but the subject was still being aggressive.

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