Crime Blotter

Test trauma

Officers were called to calm a situation which occurred just before 5 p.m. in Smith Memorial Student Union November 21. A person was refusing to turn in a test at grading time. The matter was referred for internal resolution.

Lifted loot

A prescription medication container was stolen from an office in Smith Memorial Student Union about midnight November 14. The medication was valued at $20.

Food worth $30 was reported stolen from the cafeteria in Smith Memorial Student Union about 11:30 p.m. November 19.

In another incident at SMSU, a door was forced open and items worth $255 were taken about 5 p.m. November 14.

A secured cabinet in Peter Stott Center was broken into and a stereo worth $702 was stolen. The theft occurred about 5 p.m. November 21.

Files and books valued at $1,000 are missing from an office in the Education-Business Administration building. The theft is believed to have occurred about noon November 21.

In Parking 1 about 4:30 p.m. November 19, the hardtop was taken from a parked vehicle. The loss was $1,500.

Habitation happenings

A report of an individual manufacturing false identification cards in a university housing facility is still open for resolution by campus public safety.

A marijuana smell coming from a room in university housing continues to be a recurring problem in residential halls. This incident was referred to internal resolution.

A burglar somehow gained entrance to a university housing residence and stole items worth $125. The incident occurred about 8 p.m. November 22.

Headed to jail

Tuang Minh Phan, 28, was transported to the Multnomah County Detention Center at 3:30 a.m. November 22 when he was discovered in Parking Structure 3. He refused to give any information and was cited for criminal trespass and giving false information to an officer.

– Art Chenoweth