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Police Blotter: Assaults, threats to women, children around Chico

Police Blotter: Assaults, threats to women, children around Chico

University Police

Call Type: Driver with a Suspended License/Reckless Driving

Tuesday, Sept. 10, 11:47 a.m. Warner St/Legion Av

Call received describing a reckless driver. Police discovered subject had a suspended license. The crime has been cleared by arrest.

Call Type: Vandalism/Graffiti

Thursday, Sept. 12, 100 Block of Cherry St.

Call Type: Medical Aid

Thursday Sept. 12, Performing Arts Center

Call Type: Disturbance

Wednesday, Sept. 11, 8:04 a.m. 0 Block of Ivy Street/O’Connell Technology center

Call Type: Medical Aid

Thursday, Sept. 12, 12:39 p.m. Modoc Hall

Call Type: Medical Aid

Woman had a difficult time breathing, caller did not know what room she was in.

Call Type: Alcohol Related

Friday, Sept. 13th 1:57 a.m. Second St and Salem Booking

Arrest: Man driving under the influence of alcohol.

Saturday, Sept. 14th 11:27 p.m. W. First St / Cherry St

Arrest type: Public intoxication

Man drunk in public

Call type: Vandalism.

Sunday, Sept 15th, 4:29 p.m. University Village

Man scratched a vehicle with a frying pan.

Call type: Suspicious activity

Monday, Sept 16th

A male was using a fishing wire to hang an unknown item off the 2nd floor of parking structure 2 on Normal Avenue.

Chico Police

Call Type: Harassment

Monday, Sept. 9 1:34 p.m., 300 Connors Ct.

A woman living in Corning reports to have been receiving harassing/threatening messages from an unknown subject through Facebook. She believes subject lives in Chico, and is normally in Chico when she receives these messages. Last message she received, reported male made death threats.

Call Type: Found Property

Monday, Sept. 9 7:56 a.m. 1800 Esplanade

Small black handgun found in the bushes. Reporting person will be working in the Area and keeping an eye on it.

Call type: Threats
Tuesday. Sept. 10 7:18 a.m. 2400 Esplanade

Manager asked woman to leave store and confronted her about it, a male that was with the woman came back 15 minutes later on how it was unfair and threatened the manager.

Call Type: Burglary

Wednesday, Sept. 11 7:18 a.m. 1500 Nord Avenue

2012 Ford Focus was stolen with both sets of keys and no other vehicles were stolen

Call Type: Suspicious Subject

Wednesday, Sept. 11 9:28 a.m. 1000 South Park Drive

Man was following around mother and her kids around the park. Man was talking gibberish to himself and making people around him uncomfortable

Call Type: Arrest Resist

Friday, Sept 13 10:20.a.m Olive Street/Humboldt Drive

Man resisted arrest and drove while his license was suspended.

Call Type: Domestic Violence

Saturday, Sept 14 3:25am Cameo Dr

Man assaulted spouse.

Call Type: Assault

Sunday, Sept 15 11:00 p.m. Notre DameBlvd

Woman arrested for assaulting child.

Call Type: Violation

Monday, Sept 16 11:52 a.m.

Woman arrested for violating a court order to prevent domestic violence

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Julian Mendoza
Julian Mendoza, Multimedia Editor
Hey there! I see you stumbled across my staff profile! Well if you want to learn a bit about me read on!   I’m originally from the Bay Area, I came to Chico State to pursue my dream of becoming an investigative journalist. This is my fourth semester on The Orion. I’ve done some freelance work at a small paper called the San Leandro Times, was an election stringer for the Associated Press on Super Tuesday and am currently the multimedia editor of The Orion this semester.   When I am not busy dealing with The Orion or school, you can find me playing video games or doing some form of cardio. Follow me on Twitter for Chico State news @JulianMTheOrion or check out my website! https://jmendoza374.wixsite.com/website
Kimberly Morales, Reporter
Kim moved away from her hometown, Fullerton, California to Chico to work towards a degree in journalism with an emphasis in the news option at Chico State. In her fourth semester at The Orion, Kim regularly reports topics such as local politics, crime and more. Since joining The Orion, Kim has contributed to Calmatter's college beat during the spring 2020 semester and later joined NPR’s program, Next Generation Radio in collaboration with Capradio to produce an audio story back in the fall 2020 semester. In her spare time, Kim enjoys trying to find the best coffee spot in Chico with her roommate.

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