Crime Blotter

Cool air lifts bodies
Pigeons peck peck, squirrels bound
Thieves wait silently

A vehicle in Parking 1 was burglarized about 8 a.m. June 20 anditems worth $102 were taken. Another vehicle break-in occurred inthe same structure about 5 p.m. June 26. Some items were taken butlater recovered.

Desk drawers in an office in Cramer Hall were rummaged June 25after a forced break in and cash totaling $90 was taken. Theburglary occurred about 3:30 p.m. In a related incident the sameday and same location at about 6 p.m. thieves got off with $154after rummaging through desk drawers.

A loss of items worth $1,150 was reported after a vehicle inParking 3 was broken into about 8:45 a.m. June 29. On the same day,same location, about 45 minutes earlier, a vehicle was broken intoand $255 in change was stolen.

A car keyhole was damaged in the same parking structure about 1p.m. the same day and there were no items reported missing.

On June 29 about 9 a.m. someone punched open a vehicle door lockin Parking 3 and ransacked the vehicle but there was no estimate ofloss.

A cell phone and charger resting on a ledge outside NeubergerHall were stolen about 11 a.m. June 29. The lost equipment wasvalued at $140.

Someone forced open the main office door of Neuberger Hall andtook $10 at about 5 p.m. June 29. The same day, same building,about 8:30 p.m. a door lock was forced and keys were taken. Theloss was estimated at $450. The same day about a half hour laterthere was an unsuccessful attempt to enter a locked office.

Cash and a check written to PSU were stolen from an office inSmith Memorial Student Union about 8:30 p.m. June 29. The totalloss was $378. The office was broken into.

A loss of $90 was reported when an unattended bag was stolenfrom the men’s locker room in Peter Stott Center. The theftoccurred about 4:15 p.m. June 30.

Residential rumblings
Three vending machines were vandalized in university housing at anunknown time June 26. The acts were listed as criminalmischief.

A vehicle in a university housing parking lot was broken intoabout 1:30 p.m. June 25 and personal property valued at $170stolen.

Various violations
John Stover, 28, was found in possession of a tool used to breakwindows just after midnight June 29. He was cited and released forcriminal trespass and possession of burglary tools.