Crime Blotter May 12–19

May 12

Student Conduct
King Albert residence hall
At 1:53 p.m., Officer David Troppe and Officer Peter Ward assisted Residence Life in seizing marijuana from a student’s room. A baggie with marijuana and a glass pipe were seized and marked for destruction. A property receipt was left for the student.

Student Conduct
King Albert residence hall
Officers Troppe and Ward assisted Resident Life with an additional student dorm at 1:58 p.m. A pill bottle that contained marijuana and a glass pipe were seized and marked for destruction, and a property receipt was left for the student.

Arrest
Blumel residence hall, south side
At 3:55 p.m., Officer Denae Murphy and Officer David Baker contacted and arrested non-student Mark Ellis for disorderly conduct II and harassment. Ellis was causing alarm and annoyance by yelling in a tumultuous manner and striking his shirt on the ground in a violent manner. Ellis also advanced toward two separate males as though he was going to strike them, and advanced toward officers with a raised shirt as though he was going to attack. Ellis eventually complied with commands but grabbed an officer’s arm while being taken into custody. Ellis claimed his girlfriend injected him with cocaine, and was issued a citation in lieu of arrest for the above charges before being released to paramedics to be transported to a local hospital. A later check of records showed Ellis had a current PSU exclusion under a slightly different name.

Arrest
Urban Plaza
After observing non-student David Provencal loitering and closely looking at three separate bike racks near Cramer Hall and in the Urban Plaza, Officers Murphy and Baker contacted Provencal at Southwest Sixth Avenue and Market Street at 6:43 p.m. It was discovered Provencal was on felony probation for possession of methamphetamine and had a current PSU exclusion. A consent search of his backpack and person found a clean methamphetamine kit with syringes. Provencal was arrested for criminal trespass II and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.

May 13

Arrest
Urban Center
Officers Troppe and Ward, and Officer Gary Smeltzer responded to a report of a suspicious person in the Urban Center. The male subject was located in the restroom adjacent to room 203 and officers waited for the subject to exit, which he did not immediately do. After an appropriate amount of time for any legitimate ablutions, Officer Troppe knocked on the door, identified himself and told the male to come out. The subject exited the bathroom, after a show of use of the facilities, and was identified as non-student Christopher Wayne Long. It was discovered Long had a felony warrant for violation of parole-dangerous drugs and was arrested on the warrant. Long was under the influence of narcotics and after being evaluated by medics was transported under CPSO custody to a local hospital. Long was transported to Multnomah County Detention Center and lodged on the warrant later that day, at 7:45 p.m. No further information available.

Theft
Millar Library
At 6:30 p.m., Officer Baker took a report from non-student Joseph Woit, who stated at 8 a.m. he cable locked his bike to the bike rack near the building, and at approximately 2:30 p.m. it was still there. However, on his return at approximately 6:30 p.m. Woit discovered his bike and lock had been stolen.

Theft
Harrison Street Building
Officer Gary Smeltzer received a report from non-student Abdullah Alfadhli who stated his wallet was stolen between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m.

May 14

Unlawful Entry into Motor Vehicle
Parking Structure One
At approximately 3:49 p.m., Officer Baker received a report from an unknown subject who stated while parked on the seventh floor between 9:30 a.m. and 3:49 p.m. the rear passenger window was broken out of the subject’s vehicle and a vehicle roadside kit was taken.

Unlawful Entry into Motor Vehicle
Parking Structure One
Officer Baker received a report from unknown subject at approximately 5:53 p.m. The subject stated while the subject’s vehicle was parked on the third level between 3 p.m. and 5:53 p.m. the front passenger window was broken out of the vehicle and a backpack shaped lunch bag was stolen from the front passenger seat area.

Criminal Mischief
Parking Structure One
At approximately 6:46 p.m., Officer Baker received a criminal mischief report from an unknown subject via phone. The subject stated she parked her vehicle on the seventh level at approximately 1:55 p.m. and when she returned at 3:50 p.m. the rear passenger window was broken out.

Exclusion
Millar Library
Officer Baker received a report of a suspicious male, allegedly on narcotics, harassing females and attempting to steal items at approximately 5:02 p.m. Non-student Josh Hancock followed the subject as he left the library. Officer Baker contacted non-student Shane Early at Southwest College Street and Broadway, who admitted to being in the library to talk to girls. The female who complained about the incident to the library staff was unable to be located. Early was on probation for possession of methamphetamine and was issued a PSU exclusion.

Theft
Broadway residence hall
At approximately 6 p.m., Officer Smeltzer received a report from a student that her Nintendo DS was stolen from her book bag. The student last saw her game while attending class in room 219.

Theft
Smith Memorial Student Union
Officer Nichola Higbee received a report from a student at 1 p.m. who stated while attending the Sanskriti event in the ballroom on May 10, she placed her backpack next to her with her wallet on top. At about 10:30 p.m. the student noticed her wallet was gone.

May 15

Arrest
Park Blocks
At approximately 12:06 p.m., CPSO arrested a student during an altercation with the anti-abortion proponents. No further information available.

Exclusion
Ondine residence hall
Officer Smeltzer issued a PSU exclusion to non-student David Condra as a result of continued disturbances between Condra and a student.

Student Conduct
Blumel residence hall
Officer Brian Rominger and Officer Jon Buck responded to a report of marijuana odor at approximately 10:29 p.m. Upon arrival, a student resident was contacted and admitted to smoking marijuana inside the dorm with an unnamed friend who was no longer present. A metal marijuana grinder with residue was seized for destruction.

Criminal Mischief
Neuberger Hall
At approximately 7 p.m., Officer Chris Fisher and Officer Brenton Chose responded to a report of a subject punching a window on the third floor mezzanine. Upon arrival officers followed the blood trail to a student who was trying to provide first aid to himself. Sergeant Robert McLeary arrived as well and assisted in applying pressure to a large laceration on the student’s right hand. The student stated he was mad and attempted to open the window but made contact with the glass. A witness stated the student was mad and punched the window. The report was forwarded to the Dean of Student Life, CARE team and Risk Management.

May 16

Exclusion
Parking Structure Three
Officer Smeltzer contacted and excluded non-student James Wray at approximately 9 a.m. for trespass and disorderly conduct. Wray created multiple alarmed complaints as he traveled from the Helen Gordon Child Development Center to King Albert residence hall by yelling at people, standing in traffic on Southwest 12th Avenue, running toward people causing them to flee, and pretending he had a gun and acting like he was shooting it.

Theft
Park Blocks
At 9 a.m., Officer Higbee received a report of a wallet from a student who said that between 12 a.m. and 1 a.m. she and her friends got Subway and brought it to the Park Blocks to eat. She is unsure if she dropped her wallet in the Park Blocks but noticed it was missing when she woke up at 8 a.m. Upon calling her bank, the student discovered there was an $84.55 charge on her from the Urban Outfitters online store.

Theft
Montgomery residence hall
Officer Higbee received a report at 11:42 a.m. from a student who stated his bicycle was stolen from the laundry room in the basement of the building. The student stated he last saw his bike on May 15 at 3 p.m. and noticed it was missing on May 16 at 11:30 a.m. The cable lock had been cut.

Arrest
Millar Library
At 4:57 p.m., Officers Chose and Fischer, and Lieutenant Craig Whitten responded to a report of someone shooting heroin in the first floor men’s restroom. The reporting party stated needles were seen. Upon arrival, officers discovered a student in the restroom with a bindle of powder heroin, needles, cookers and other paraphernalia. The student was issued a felony citation in lieu of arrest. The report was forwarded to the Dean of Student Life.

Theft
Parking Structure One
Sergeant McLeary received a report from non-student David Ehrlich who stated while parked on the sixth floor between 9:45 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. the right rear window of his vehicle was smashed and two coats and a set of jumper cables were taken.

Theft
Parking Structure One
Officer Fischer received a report from non-students Patrick and Colleen Campbell that a vehicle had been broken into and a stereo taken. The method of entry appeared to be the right passenger window that had been pulled away from the frame.

Arrest
Southwest Broadway and Harrison Street
At 11:54 p.m., Officers Rominger and Buck contacted non-student Laroy Alexander, who had a current PSU exclusion. Alexander was observed in the basement of Parking Structure One near the northwest stairwell wearing all black and carrying a black backpack. Upon seeing the officers, Alexander made a hasty exit to the above area, where he was taken into custody for criminal trespass II. Alexander was lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.

May 17

Arrest
Southwest 11th Avenue and Market Street
Officers Ward and Troppe responded to above area on a welfare check of two male subjects who were passed out on the south side of Science Building One at approximately 3:20 p.m. Upon arrival, officers saw one man, later verbally identified as non-student Andrew Hereford laying on his back in the grass. The second subject, verbally identified as non-student Todd, also known as Tom Burk, crawling through the grass and trying to stand up. Officer Chose was asked to respond as back up. Burk was bleeding from the forearms and forehead and requested medics. It was discovered Hereford had a felony warrant for dangerous drugs and also had a dirty needle and a dirty cooker in his pocket. Hereford admitted both men had used heroin about an hour earlier. Burk was transported to a local hospital by medics before officers could issue him an exclusion. Hereford was taken into custody on his outstanding warrant and transported to Multnomah County Detention Center, but jail staff would not take him in his condition, so Officer Chose transported him to a local hospital. After Chose waited with him for about three hours at the hospital, Hereford was released by doctors and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center with no further incident.

Arrest
Broadway residence hall
At approximately 9:27 p.m., CPSO officers responded to the 10th floor on a report of a suspicious male screaming loudly and banging on several dorm room doors. Upon arrival, non-student Christopher N. Burns was contacted and subsequently arrested. Burns stated he had gained entry into the building and that particular floor by following a group of students in through the north entrance door and into the elevator. Based on observed behavior and statements obtained from student residents by Officer Rominger, Officer Buck charged Burns with criminal trespass II and disorderly conduct and issued him a PSU exclusion. Burns was lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.

May 18

Arrest
XSB parking lot
Officers Baker and Murphy contacted and arrested previously excluded non-student Jose Gonzalez Campos for criminal trespass II at 3:41 p.m. Gonzalez Campos was lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.