Crime Blotter

Light, more light, came the classic cry
From Goethe, sensing his end in view.
But surely he would wonder why
A fiery bulletin board would do

Someone set a bulletin board on fire outside Smith MemorialStudent Union some time on Oct. 22. The incident was listed ascriminal mischief.

Officers were called to Smith Memorial Student Union at 6 p.m.Oct. 27 to deal with a person causing problems after being told toleave. CPSO continued to investigate the incident.

An accusation of fraud was referred to internal handling afterthe incident occurred Sept. 1.The complainant asserted that asubject had delivered a fraudulent money order for $400 in anincident in Millar Library.

Soon after midnight Oct. 29 officers responded to a report ofsubjects drunk, fighting and causing disturbances in universityhousing. Internal handling took over disposition of the event.

Missing material
Parking 3 was repeatedly visited by thieves who broke into parkedvehicles in October. A loss of $4,460 resulted from a break-inabout 8 p.m. Oct. 25. The same day, about 3 p.m., thieves removeditems worth $160. Again the same day, about 2 p.m., a vehiclewindow and door lock were smashed but the thief got nothing. OnOct. 26, about 5 p.m., there was a vehicle break-in that gave upnothing of value to the thief. On Oct. 24 about 8:30 p.m. a vehiclelost $90 worth of property to a break-in.

A secured bicycle was taken from a rack at Millar Library about6 p.m. Oct. 11. The loss was $410.

Somewhere on campus an unattended bag went missing about 2 p.m.Oct. 26. The loss was $146.

A $400 loss resulted when a backpack was stolen from a lockedroom in the Portland Center for Advanced Technology about 10 p.m.Oct. 28.

Nabbed naughty
George Davison, 40, was cited and released for criminal trespass inCramer Hall at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 28.