Crime Blotter

"Whatever’s the pitch?" you may wonder.
And who has committed this blunder?
Where we hid our machine
Did not go unseen
And someone made off with our thunder

A softball pitching machine worth $1,100 went missing from Stott Center sometime Jan. 24.

Items were stolen but the value was not immediately assessed when a car was broken into in Parking 2 about 10:30 a.m. Feb. 7.

A vehicle in Parking 1 suffered a forced entry about 6:30 a.m. Feb. 7, with a loss of items worth $34.

The Fourth Avenue building was the scene of a theft of an In Focus projector valued at $4,200 sometime Feb. 3.

Someone’s Valentine’s Day was ruined when a $90 loss resulted after a purse was stolen from Cramer Hall about 11:30 a.m. Feb. 14.

Abode activity
A list of charges was filed against Jason Bigelow, 21, and he was lodged at the detention center after his arrest about 3 a.m. Feb. 11 at a university housing facility. The charges included drug distribution, drug possession, theft, burglary, fraudulent use of a credit card, theft by receiving, mail theft, possession of burglary tools and criminal trespass.

The report of harassment from an ex-boyfriend resulted in a menacing complaint that was referred to the district attorney’s office. The incident occurred at 1 a.m. Feb. 9. The complainant lives in university housing.

Marijuana smoking in a university housing facility soon after midnight Feb. 9 was referred to Code of Conduct.

A bicycle worth $1,230 was stolen sometime Feb. 1 from the basement of a university housing facility.

Officers began investigating a case of criminal mischief when they learned of damage to a card reader at a university housing facility Feb. 8.

Miscellaneous mischief
Someone banged an auto into a fence at the Fourth Avenue building about 10:30 a.m. Feb. 11. CPSO listed the act as criminal mischief. There was no immediate estimate of damage.

Graffiti scarred the southwest corner of Epler Hall some time Feb. 13.