They said, let us spray
So spray it they did
They clogged up the drains
And splattered the lid
Some person sprayed an expandable foam material into toilet andsink drains in a student residence hall at an unknown time May27.
Missing property valued at $200 was recovered from a crawl spacein student housing about noon June 2.
Kimberly Thompson, 18, created a stir in student hosing shortlyafter midnight June 5 that brought CPSO officers, Portland policeand Portland fire bureau to the scene and resulted in multiplecharges.
Thompson was reported as resistive, combative and threateningsuicide. The subject was transported to OHSU by ambulance and citedfor assault and two counts of harassment.
A resident of university housing complained that a vehicle wasvandalized. The incident occurred about 7 p.m. June 9. There was noestimate of damage.
At 5:30 a.m. June 11, officers responded to a complaint thatintoxicated subjects were being loud in student housing. The matterwas referred to internal handling.
That telltale odor of marijuana was reported by student housingresidents at 11:30 p.m. June 5. There was no arrest or internalreferral.
A verbal argument outside a residence hall at 11:30 p.m. June 7was sent to internal disposition. A similar argument between twopeople occurred at 1:30 a.m. June 2.
A group of males smoking marijuana in student housing weredirected to internal handling. They were approached at 3 a.m. May27.
An office in Smith Memorial Student Union was forcibly enteredabout 6 p.m. June 10 and items stolen. The missing items werevalued at $2,723.
Damages of $400 were estimated after forced entry into an officein the Education-Business Administration building about 5 p.m. June8. Another break-in in the same building the same day resulted intheft of items worth $160. Also on June 8 about 5 p.m. an officewas forcibly entered in the same building but there was no reportof missing property. Also at about 5 p.m. the same day, there wereother reports of similar forced entry in multiple offices after 5p.m., plus evidence that the burglars attempted to force entry intoeven more offices.
The next day, June 9, another break-in occurred in the samebuilding about 8 a.m., with property worth $150 missing.
A secured bicycle worth $1,500 was stolen from a bike rack atSMSU about 7 a.m. June 8.
A thief broke a window on a vehicle parked in Parking 1 about7:30 p.m. June 8 and removed property worth $3,740.
A secured bicycle valued at $1,535 was taken from a bike rack oncampus about 9:45 a.m. June 8.
On June 5 at 6:30 p.m. a secured bicycle worth $375 was takenfrom a bike rack at Cramer Hall.
An unlocked vehicle at the Portland Center for AdvancedTechnology was entered about 9:30 a.m. June 2 and items worth $103taken.
There was no value set on property taken from an unattendedoffice in SMSU at 11:30 a.m. June 4.
A tire worth $150 was removed from a bicycle on a rack nearCramer Hall at about 7 p.m. May 31.
A loss of $1,340 was reported after the forced entry of avehicle in Parking 1 May 30. Also in Parking 1 the same day about10 p.m. a thief broke a vehicle window and stole items worth$2,005. Another Parking 1 break-in occurred about 3 a.m. May 29 butthere was no estimate of loss. Parking 1 also was the scene of avehicle struck and damaged about 9:15 p.m. May 28. Again in Parking1 at 2 a.m. May 29, a vehicle was broken into and items worth $350were removed. At 12:15 on the same day items worth $440 werestolen
On May 29 at about 8 p.m. someone damaged a door lock and stolea stereo face plate from a vehicle in Parking 3.
A bag was stolen from a locker in Peter Stott Center about 9p.m. May 28, with no estimate of loss.
A secured $90 bicycle was removed from a bike rack at SMSU about11 a.m. May 28.
The Urban Center was the scene of another bicycle theft at 1p.m. May 28. The secured bike was valued at $1,210.
A value of $770 was placed on a bicycle taken from a rack nearShattuck Hall at 10 a.m. May 25. A secured bicycle taken from therack at the Education-Business Administration building at 11:30a.m. May 24 resulted in a loss of $430.
An unattended bag in Millar Library yielded $753 in property at9 p.m. May 25.
An unknown person attempted to force entry into a locked officein Neuberger Hall about 7 p.m. May 20.
Loud music allegedly produced to deliberately create a publicdisturbance occurred off campus shortly before midnight June 4. Thematter went to internal handling.
Kyle Nesbit, 24, was picked up at Cramer Hall about 2 a.m. June3 and dispatched to the Multnomah County Detention Center. He waswanted on a warrant for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
Also routed to the detention center was Robert Klinger, 41. Hewas wanted in a warrant for failure to appear on a charge ofdriving under the influence of alcohol.
Officers received a report of a group of males threateninganother male with a baseball bat in Millar Library shortly beforemidnight June 2. The incident is under investigation.
An arrest for domestic menacing and harassment brought a trip tothe detention center for Neal Valencich, 22. The incident occurredat SMSU at 5:30 a.m. May 27.
Also at SMSU at 1:30 a.m. May 28, a complaint of inappropriatetouching sent Gunturu Phanichandra, 24, to the detentioncenter.
Franklin Carnagey, 21, was found sleeping in a stairwell ofParking 3. He went to the detention center on a warrant for failureto appear on a theft charge.