Crime Blotter

Classes call us back.
Days get shorter, nights longer.
The thieves never left

A loss of $7,473 was estimated by the owner of a vehicle thatwas broken into through a window about 10 a.m. September 9. Thevehicle was parked in Parking 3.

About 9:20 a.m. September 7 it was discovered that an unattendedelectronic dictionary worth $200 was stolen from a classroom inCramer Hall.

A laptop computer worth $1,300 was stolen from a desk inNeuberger Hall some time on August 31.

A secured bicycle worth $470 was taken from a bike rack oncampus about 1:30 p.m. September 7.

A thief who forced open a window in a vehicle in Parking 11about 1:30 p.m. September 7 made off with items valued at$47.14.

A tool pouch and tools were removed from an unattended car in ahallway of SMSU about 10:15 a.m. September 9. The loss wasestimated at $200.

A bike rack at the Extended Studies building yielded a securedbicycle to a thief about 7 a.m. September 9. The value was notestimated.

Items worth $560 were taken from a locked vehicle in a campusparking lot about 1:30 p.m. September 9. A vehicle in Parking 1gave up a $180 stereo to a breakin thief about 8 a.m. the sameday.

A vehicle in Parking 3 was forcibly entered through a window atabout 11 p.m. September 9 and items valued at $245 were taken.

Mixed misdeeds
Officers received a complaint at 3 p.m. September 3 in SmithMemorial Student Union that a subject believes her ex is harassingher. The matter was referred to internal handling.

A short in an espresso maker in use in SMSU was foundresponsible for a fire alarm shortly after midnight September7.

A verbal trespass warning was issued to a person reportedlytouching himself in Millar Library about 2:30 p.m. September 6.

On September 3 there was evidence that someone had attempted aforced entry to an office in the Library East section of SMSU. Thesame day, there was evidence that someone had attempted to forceentry into the Student Parent Service office in the samebuilding.

Officers had to give a subject a criminal trespass warning afterdiscovering the subject trespassing on the University Honorsbuilding at 6:10 p.m. September 8.

A complaint that a subject was intimidating Metro employeesresulted in officers issuing a verbal trespass warning to thesubject off campus at 12:30 p.m.. September 9.

Arrested Developments
Joshua Glaese, 21, was transported to the Multnomah CountyDetention Center after his arrest at 1:25 a.m. September 6. He hadoutstanding warrants for failure to appear on charges of offensivelittering and indecent exposure.

A warrant on a charge of unlawful entry of a motor vehicle wasserved on Leonard Ellis, 29 just after midnight September 10. Thewarrant was for a charge not on the campus.

Housing hassles
Someone broke a chain-link fence to gain access to a universityhousing facility at about 7:30 p.m. September 7. The incident wasclassified as criminal mischief.

Officers received a report from university housing at 9:30 p.m.September 9 that people were carrying a light pole down the street.The matter was referred to internal handling.

Also to be internally handled was a citation for a minor inpossession of alcohol and giving a false name to a police officer.An Oregon Liquor Control Commission violation citation wasissued.