Crime Blotter

Absent assets

A secured bicycle valued at $335 was taken from a bike rack near Smith Memorial Student Union about 8 a.m. January 13.

A vehicle in Parking Structure 2 was broken into at about 10 p.m. January 14 and items worth $700 were taken.

An unknown person or persons took a laptop computer from room 424 of the University Center Building about 5 p.m. January 15. Its value was $1,700.

Property valued at $258 was taken without permission from a locked room in the Education-Business Administration building about 5 p.m. January 17.

Reports of vending machine break-ins continued. A machine was damaged with a pry tool in the Portland Center for Advanced Technology about 6 p.m. January 17 and $83 taken. Another in SMSU was vandalized some time January 19 but there was no assessment of loss.

A camera worth $650 was removed from a backpack on campus January 12. The time was unknown.

A window was broken in a vehicle in Parking 1 about 5 p.m. January 16 but there was no report of items missing.

Shirt alert

At 9:30 a.m. November 15 in the Peter Stott Center, a subject was questioned about writing on T-shirts that were not his. The incident is being further investigated.

Abode antics

Someone pulled a false fire alarm in university housing at 1 p.m. January 15. The incident has been referred for internal handling.

A homeless person was found in the kitchen area of a university housing facility just before noon January 18. The incident continues under investigation.

The waft of marijuana at 6 p.m. January 18 brought officers to university housing. The incident was referred to the Student Code of Conduct.

Another marijuana odor brought officers to university housing at 9:30 p.m. January 21. The event is being internally handled.

Naughty note

A message deemed “inappropriate” was removed from a bulletin board in SMSU January 17. The note was observed at 8:45 a.m.

Jail bound

Donald C. Cullison, 56, was intercepted while trying to enter a parked vehicle in Parking 1 at 7 p.m. January 17. He was arrested for that offense plus criminal trespass and shipped to the Multnomah County Detention Center.

Officers nabbed two wanted men hanging out in the Urban Center at about 7 p.m. January 21. James L. Spencer, 37, was wanted on a Multnomah County warrant for failure to appear in court. Danny L. Bittle, 51, also had an outstanding warrant. His charge was not listed. Both were transported to the detention center.

–Art Chenoweth