Crime blotter Nov. 23–Nov. 29

Nov. 23

Criminal Mischief II
Academic and Student Recreation Center
Officers David Troppe and Peter Stuart Ward responded to a report of vandalism in the first floor men’s restroom in ASRC. Two of the bathroom toilet stalls were out of place and it appeared that the top of the frame was twisted. The doors were hanging off the stalls. The officers hung tape on the door to alert people of the damage.

Nov. 24

Warrant Arrest/Exclusion
Associated Students of PSU Children’s Center
Officers Gary Smeltzer, Troppe and Ward responded to a call of a suspicious person who was causing a disturbance in the ASPSU Children’s Center. It was later determined that the reported person had a warrant out of Multnomah County.

Theft II
Millar Library
Officer Brian Rominger took a theft report from a student whose cellphone was stolen. The student stated that a white male wearing a white shirt and carrying a red shoebox approached him asking to use his cellphone. Some time went by and the man never came back.

Officer Chris Fischer took a report from a PSU student who met a female on Facebook. The student made a Skype video of himself masturbating for the female, which the female recorded. At the end of the video the female told the student that she was actually a male and demanded $2,500, stating that the video would otherwise be released on YouTube. The person then posted the video on YouTube but removed it, proving to the student that they had the capability to post the video. Officer Fischer was able to have YouTube and Facebook remove the video, which had again been posted. The person who posted the video is apparently in Morocco.

Nov. 25

Exclusions Issued
PSU Urban Center
Officers Matthew Masunari, Smeltzer and Ward were dispatched to a call that three people were on the second floor of the Distance Learning Center smoking, drinking and blaring music. This was all found to be true and the group was also charging various electronic devices. Officer Masunari recognized one of the people as someone who had been issued an exclusion the previous day; the man was then arrested. The other two were escorted from the building and issued PSU exclusion notices.

Nov. 26

Fire Alarm
Officer Fischer responded to Ondine regarding a fire alarm on the 10th floor. Portland Fire Bureau advised that the alarm was due to burnt bacon in one of the rooms and the alarm was reset.

Nov. 28

Car Prowl
University Place Hotel
Officers Troppe and Ward responded to a report of a guest’s grey GMC GMT that had been broken into by smashing the rear driver’s door window. Reported stolen were brand-new Cabela’s men’s size-10 hiking boots still in their box, Cabela’s men’s XL camouflage overalls and a pair of size-10 men’s slippers. Officers made inquiries at the Oregon Department of Transportation property adjacent, but nothing was found.

Car Prowl
Southwest 5th and College
Officer Troppe took a report from a student whose car had been broken into. The student stated that she parked her 2014 Nissan Altima on the street the evening before and found it had been broken into the next morning. The student reported that her Apple laptop was stolen. Another student on the scene reported that a bag of Mary Kay makeup, valued at about $611, and a Victoria’s Secret bag with miscellaneous clothing items were also stolen.