Crime Blotter May 5-12

May 5

Motor Vehicle Accident
Parking Structure Three
At 10:28 a.m. Officer David Troppe and Officer Peter Ward took a report from a student who stated he hit one of the pillars.

Theft
University Center Building
Officer Troppe received a report from a staff member at 12:04 p.m. who stated his bicycle was stolen at approximately 8:18 a.m.

May 6

Theft
Fourth Avenue
At 3:50 a.m. Officer Chris Fischer received a report from a student that the front tire of his bike was stolen. No further information available.

Theft
Science & Education Center, room 152
Sergeant Joe Schilling received a report of the theft of a backpack containing a MacBook Pro on May 1 at approximately 6 p.m. No further information available.

Burglary
University Place Hotel
At 5:30 p.m. Officer James Dewey received a report from non-student Bart Prickett, a guest at the hotel. Prickett stated during a three-hour time frame while he was attending a conference, approximately $2000 worth of property was stolen from his room.

Exclusion
Cramer Hall, south side
While on foot patrol at approximately 4:30 p.m., Officer David Baker and Officer Dewey observed non-student Luke Concienne moving from one place to another, appearing to examine bicycles secured to the bike racks on both sides of the building. Officers contacted Concienne due to concern he was casing bikes to steal. Concienne verbally identified himself and was issued a PSU exclusion.

Arrest
Shattuck Hall, west side
Officer Denae Murphy contacted non-student Justin Gaylor, as he appeared to be unwell, and was rocking back and forth and laying his head in his lap. Gaylor had several outstanding warrants, one felony and two misdemeanor. Upon recontacting Gaylor at Southwest Tenth Avenue and Hall Street, Officer Murphy placed Gaylor under arrest on said warrants and issued him a PSU exclusion. Gaylor was lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center. Later, Officer Ward discovered a backpack in the area where Gaylor was initially contacted. The backpack contained burglar tools, a GPS and car stereo unit, and paperwork with Gaylor’s name on it. The backpack was logged in the property room. No further information available.

Arrest
Art Building parking lot
At 10:38 p.m. Sergeant Michael Anderson contacted non-student David Pond, who was screaming and yelling while entering the parking lot. When contacted, Pond balled his fist at Sergeant Anderson. Additional officers responded and Pond was taken into custody. Pond had a current exclusion and was charged with criminal trespass II and disorderly conduct and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center. Pond screamed gibberish throughout the arrest and had feces in his shoes, according to the jail staff.

May 7

Arrest
Ondine residence hall, south side
Officer Brenton Chose received a report of a male possibly masturbating on Southwest Hall Street between Southwest Fourth and Fifth Avenues at 6:45 p.m. Officers contacted the subject, non-student Micah Walsh, going through the dumpster on the south side of Ondine. Walsh denied the allegations of masturbation, saying he was “just scratching.” Walsh had three outstanding misdemeanor warrants that he was arrested on and lodged for at Multnomah County Detention Center.

Exclusion
Smith Memorial Student Union, basement
At 8:31 p.m., Officer Chose found non-student Nathan Quackenbush hiding underneath a table in the Meditation Lounge. Quackenbush had trash and dirty clothes underneath the table with him, and gave false information and lied about being a student. After careful investigation his true identity was revealed, and he was issued a PSU exclusion.

Unlawful Entry into Motor Vehicle
Parking Structure One
Officer Dewey contacted a student at 8:31 p.m. whose car had been broken into while parked on the second level. The rear driver-side window of the vehicle had been shattered, and the student reported that a green Dakine shoulder bag with an iPad and Macbook Pro had been stolen from the back seat.

Unlawful Entry into Motor Vehicle
Parking Structure One
At 10:17 p.m. Sergeant Anderson was flagged down by a student who reported her vehicle was broken into between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. while parked on the seventh level, and library books and clothes were taken.

Student Conduct
Native American Student and Community Center
Officer Chose, Officer Brian Rominger and Officer Jon Buck contacted two students at 10:20 p.m. after they attempted to hide in the bushes on the west side of the building. It was discovered the two were smoking marijuana and had hid in the bushes in an attempt to discard the joint. One of the students admitted to urinating on the joint and throwing it over the fence onto Oregon Department of Transportation property. The report was forwarded to the Dean of Student Life.

May 8

Exclusion
Smith Memorial Student Union
At 9:45 a.m., Officer Gary Smeltzer issued a PSU Exclusion to non-student Moses Barker who was sleeping outside the old Food For Thought cafe.

Arrest
Southwest Thirteenth Avenue and Mill Street
Officers Smeltzer and Chose observed non-student Michael Godinez passed out on the west side of Parking Structure Three at 3:57 p.m. Godinez had three outstanding misdemeanor warrants, was arrested on said warrants and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.

May 9

Exclusion
At 9:18 p.m. Officers Chose and Rominger contacted and excluded non-student Kenneth Lee Sadler after he was found with miscellaneous property and appeared to be under the influence of methamphetamine. No further information available.

May 10

Theft
Lincoln Hall
Officer Nichola Higbee received a report from a student at 12:08 p.m. who stated on May 9 at 5:50 p.m. her iPhone 4s was stolen while left unattended on top of her backpack outside room 315. The student went to get something from the classroom, leaving her backpack and phone in the hall, and when she came back her phone was gone.

Unauthorized Entry into Motor Vehicle
Parking Structure Three
Officer Chose received a report from a student who stated that sometime between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. two windows on his vehicle were broken and two backpacks were stolen from inside the vehicle while it was parked on level three in the southeast corner.

Unauthorized Entry into Motor Vehicle
Parking Structure Three
Officer Murphy received a report from a student who stated the rear driver’s side window of his vehicle was broken out and his tool kit stolen between 5 p.m. and 8:19 p.m. while parked in the southeast corner of the third floor. The tool kit was recovered during a prior search of the stairwell and the student confirmed it was his. The tool kit was then sent off for analysis.

Fraudulent Use of Credit Card
Officer Williams received a report from a student of fraudulent charges she was advised of by her bank at about 6 p.m. in Michigan. The student cancelled her credit card which had a fraudulent charge of $114.42. No further information available.