Crime blotter

Bikes bye-bye

A value of $78 was placed on a bike stolen from the rack to which it was secured near a university housing facility about 11:30 p.m. September 9.

A bike stolen from a rack at Smith Memorial Student Union about 1:30 p.m. September 10, was appraised at $390.

A secured bicycle worth $1,140 was taken from the campus about 10 a.m. September 19.

Another bike valued at $320 disappeared while locked on campus at 12:45 p.m. September 18.

Wrong direction

Portland police were called when campus officers observed a car driving the wrong way on a one way street at 3:15 a.m. August 31. They responded and arrested Hamed Vejo, 57, for drunk driving, driving without a license and driving the wrong way on a one-way street.

Mixed mishaps

A resident of university housing complained of unwanted phone calls at 4:20 p.m. September 5. The complaint was handled internally.

At 3:15 p.m. September 9, officers were informed someone was throwing quarters from a university housing building. No damage was reported.

A complaint that a restraining order involving a suspect contacting an estranged wife and a university professor had been violated revealed that the restraining order is no longer valid. The incident occurred at 4 p.m. September 16.

Throwing his private garbage into a university dumpster earned a criminal trespass warning for Brett Schweinferth, 24. The warning was issued at 1 a.m. September 18.

Someone has written graffiti on the roof top of an unidentified university housing building. It was reported September 23.

Masturbating near Hoffman Hall next to the freeway resulted in a citation of public indecency for Jeffrey Flack, 22. The incident occurred about 5:30 p.m. September 24.


On September 9, in Parking Structure 1, a breakin was attempted. Damage to this vehicle was $275.

Thieves were a little more successful in an auto breakin at 1:30 a.m. September 7. This occurred in Parking Structure 3, where $150 in change was taken.

A loss of $1,525 worth of valuable from a vehicle was reported and there were signs the thief had attempted to steal the vehicle. The breakin occurred in Parking Structure 1 about 7:15 am. September 9.

A vehicle was broken into in Parking Structure 1 and $485 damage was caused at about 6 a.m. September 16.

Vanished valuables

An automatic external defibrillator worth $4,000 was stolen from Peter Stott Center about 6 p.m. September 8. Entry was forced into the space where the equipment was stored.

Disabling a coffee machine yielded $30 to a thief at 11 a.m. September 15. The machine was in the Education/Business Administration building.

CPSO received a report September 16 that over a period of several week beginning about July 15, books, video and CDs worth a total of $520 have been stolen from Neuberger hall.

Residence keys worth $105 were taken from a university housing facility about 4 p.m. September 14.

Crashing glass

Two persons were arrested soon after midnight September 9 after reports of bottles being thrown from the roof of the King Albert. Both were trespassers on campus and were arrested on those charges. One of them, a 13-year-old juvenile, was also charged with disorderly conduct and reckless endangering. Cyrus Daley, 24, was arrested for the criminal trespass only.

Drug doings

Two subjects were found in the Urban Center building at 9 p.m. September 11, after it was closed. One, Kevin Williams, 31, was cited for drug possession near a school. He was also cited for trespass, as was Jamie Briggs, 18. Both were released.

Possession of heroin earned David Wilde, 32, an arrest at about 7:30 p.m. September 9. He was intercepted at Southwest 12th avenue and College street.

Teens pinched

Two juveniles, one 15 and one 16, were cited for again trespassing on Portland State property at the Urban Center at 7 p.m. September 15. One was also cited for giving false information.

Misrepresentation of age also tripped up Emily Buschkamp, 18, at 6:30 p.m. September 18 near the Systems Science house. She was cited and released for misrepresentation of age, open container and minor in possession of alcohol.

At the same time and place, Lane Georgeton, 28, was cited and released for furnishing liquor to a minor and open container.

Wrong place, time

Sleeping in a dumpster near Lincoln hall resulted in a criminal trespass warning for Phelim Boler, 49, when he was awakened at 2 a.m. September 19.

Geoffrey Powell, 24, was returned to his university residence hall after being cited for trespass at 2:45 p.m. September 19.

Sleeping in the south stairs of the University Center building brought a verbal trespass to Richard Cully, 24, at 8:20 a.m. September 21.