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    Police Blotter — Jan. 30 – Feb. 3


    University Police

    Thursday, 6:12 p.m.: Hit-and-run involving a bicyclist at Second and Chestnut streets. “Victim responded to University Police Department lobby and advised he was hit by a bicyclist. Both parties exchanged information but the reporting party is complaining that he lost consciousness and is suffering from a headache. Medics on scene.”

    Friday, 11:52 a.m.: Elevator malfunction in Plumas Hall. “Still stuck in the elevator on the first floor. Electrician is on the way. No medical, elevator panel lost power. Electrician is on scene and waiting on elevator serviceman to arrive.”

    Friday, 7:15 p.m.: Theft at the University Police Department office. “The ‘I’ is missing from the University Police Department sign on the exterior of the (police department building).”

    Saturday, 6:04 a.m.: Verbal disturbance on the third floor of Whitney Hall. “Resident woke up to male subject in the room. Apparent visitor of roommate but roommate is not present and male subject is verbal with the female resident. Male subject is sitting in the third floor lobby, male, white tee shirt, jeans. Male subject sent on his way home. No crime, verbal only.

    Saturday, 12:31 a.m.: Fight on the first floor of the parking structure. “(Officer) out with group (fighting) each other. Parties separated and (no further assistance needed).”

    Saturday, 10:31 p.m.: Narcotics violation on the 1300 block of Nord Avenue. “Smell of marijuana. Case taken for property for destruction.”

    Sunday, 3:15 a.m.: Possible vehicle burglary on the 400 block of West Fifth Street at the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. “Reporting party advising a male wearing a hoodie possibly attempting to break into their vehicles. Reporting party advising it is dark and unable to get further description. Reporting party advising subject is currently between Honda CRV and possibly Mitsubishi on the corner of Fifth Street and Normal Avenue.”

    Chico Police

    Saturday, 5:27 p.m.: Subject drunk in public on the 1100 block of Warner Street outside of Warner Street Market. “White male adult purchased beer, sat outside and drank it, turned around to come back inside and ran into the door. Suspect is now just sitting on parking barricade in front of store, appears too intoxicated to move. Reporting party looked outside for clothing description and suspect is gone.”

    Sunday, 12:43 a.m.: Threatening with a knife on the 200 block of West 17th Street. “Occurred approximately 30 to 60 minutes ago. Unknown subject pulled a knife on a guest at a party. Subject was taken home by another friend. Reporting party does not have the subject’s info but will be getting it from another friend that was on scene. Incident occurred over the subject wanting different music at the party.”

    Sunday, 1:49 a.m.: Fight inside Arabian Nights on the 100 block of Broadway Street. “Approximately 20 (subjects) involved. Unknown (if subjects have weapons). All (subjects) inside. Reporting party is bouncer and is outside. Unknown (if requires) medical attention. Additional reporting party advising large group fighting inside. Reporting party doesn’t have anything further, he is trying to contain the crowd outside.”

    Sunday, 1 p.m.: Disturbed subject on the 1100 block of Sherman Avenue near the Butte County Library. “South end of parking lot. Male smashed a bottle on the ground. Another male standing with him. Reporting party not sure if subject is angry, or just littering.”

    Sunday, 1:45 p.m.: Hit-and-run victim on the 100 block of Humboldt Avenue. “Reporting party states he was hit and the vehicle left. Reporting party was riding his bike and was hit by a vehicle. Suspect vehicle stopped, they got out and talked to reporting party. Reporting party told them he was OK so the driver left. Asked reporting party for description of driver, reporting party replied, ‘He’s wearing clothes and driving a car,’ then disconnected.”

    -compiled by Nicholas Carr

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