Crime Blotter

Car crimes

A vehicle was broken into about 3:45 p.m., Nov. 12 in Parking 3, causing $500 worth of damage. Nothing inside was taken.

Also in Parking 3 about 1 p.m., Nov. 12, items worth $85 were taken after a forcible break-in.

Parking 3 again figured in officer activity at 4:30 a.m., Nov. 16 when a suspect was found trespassing in the structure and carrying a weapon. The suspect received a criminal trespass warning.

Swiped stuff

A stroller worth $196 was stolen from a locked laundry room in university housing about 10 p.m., Nov. 6.

A pop machine in a locked university housing laundry room was broken into and $22.50 in money was removed some time Nov. 13.

The case may have been solved about 1 a.m., Nov. 15, when Troy Pleasant, 34, was reported to be in the basement of a university housing facility drilling into a Coke machine. He was lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center for burglary, possession of burglar tools and criminal trespass.

A secured bicycle worth $700 was taken from a bike rack near the Education-Business Administration Building about noon on Nov. 5.

The owner of an unattended purse lost $90 when someone took her wallet at 1 p.m., Nov. 12. The theft occurred in the art building.

Various items were taken from an unattended locker in Peter Stott Center about 11 a.m., Nov. 14. The loss was $65.

Residential rumblings

Officers received a report at 3:45 p.m., Nov. 10, that someone had thrown an object from an apartment window in university housing. The suspects were interviewed and advised to curb their behavior.

An unknown person pulled the fire alarm on the third floor of a university housing facility at 9 p.m., Nov. 10.

Two unnamed people were smoking marijuana near a university housing facility about 2 p.m., Nov. 13. They were not arrested but were issued criminal trespass warnings.

Much too sharp

Carrying a sword cane while walking down a street near a university housing facility earned a citation for Hunter F. Perkins, 18. The charge was carrying a concealed weapon. Perkins was released and the weapon stored in the Portland Police Bureau property room.

– Art Chenoweth