Crime Blotter Nov. 5 – Nov. 12

Nov. 4

Science Building One

At 5:35 p.m. Officer David Baker and Officer Denae Murphy responded to a report of a suspicious female in above area. Officers located a female matching the given description in the basement of the Science Research and Teaching Center. The subject was identified as non-student Stephanie Miller, who was uncooperative and taken into custody after a brief struggle. Miller was found to be in possession of approximately $110 worth of stolen hazardous clean-up equipment belonging to Environmental Health and Safety. Miller was arrested for criminal trespass II and theft II, and was lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.

Nov. 5

Southwest Broadway and Southwest Montgomery

Officer Chris Fischer was flagged down at 2 a.m. by non-student Karleigh Kelly, who was looking for Plaid Pantry and appeared to be under the influence. During her conversation with Officer Fischer, Kelly stated she was on probation and had several used needles on her person. Kelly consented to a search of her person, which located a syringe approximately half full of heroin. Kelly lunged for the bag the needle was in, causing the needle to come out of the bag, fall to the ground and break, destroying the evidence. Kelly was arrested for tampering with evidence and attempted possession of heroin.

Criminal Mischief
Epler Residence Hall

On Oct. 30 at 10 a.m. Sergeant Joe Schilling received a report of personal care products being tampered with.

Millar Library, north side

At 3:54 p.m. Officers Baker and Murphy contacted non-student Chris Threelegs for having an open container of alcohol in above area. Threelegs was intoxicated and began throwing various items on the ground. He was issued a PSU exclusion but refused to leave and asked to be arrested. Arrangements were made to transport Threelegs to detox.

Nov. 6


Officer Nichola Higbee received a report at 12:30 p.m. from non-student Tyler Lindberg who stated on Nov. 4 his orange backpack containing his MacBook Pro was stolen. Lindberg was unsure if it was stolen from the benches in front of Smith Memorial Student Union or in Pizzicato.

Student conduct

At 10:57 p.m. Officer Higbee received a report of a student sending an inappropriate text message to a PSU staff member. The report was forwarded to the dean of Student Life.

Nov. 8

Fraudulent use of a credit card

Officer Higbee received a report from a student at 10:38 a.m. stating that on Oct. 23, a transaction was made on his credit card for 680 euros ($908.28). Student has physical possession of the card and didn’t give his credit card number to anyone else. Student stated there have been several other failed attempts of using his card.


Engineering Building

At 2:47 p.m. Officer Higbee and Officer Brenton Chose responded to a report of a suspicious male moving furniture, taking photos and acting strange in the Student Services Office. Officers contacted former PSU student Joshua Jacquot, who attended PSU during the winter 2012 term but has since stopped attending. Jacquot was issued a PSU exclusion.

Nov. 9

Student conduct
Ondine Residence Hall

Officer Fischer and Officer Brian Rominger contacted four individuals at 10:39 p.m.—two students, one unknown non-student and non-student Bethlehem Heckman. One of the students was carrying a 24 pack of Coors Light and did not appear to be of age. Heckman was discovered to have purchased the alcohol for the group and was warned about furnishing alcohol to minors. Heckman was asked to pour out the beer and complied. The report was forwarded to the dean of Student Life.

Smith Memorial Student Union

At 11:45 p.m. Officers Fischer and Rominger contacted non-student Steven Youkey after receiving a report of Youkey pounding on doors in the building. Youkey was heavily intoxicated and agreed to a voluntary transport to detox.

Nov. 10

Cramer Hall, east side

Officer Rominger observed a male subject passed out in above area at 5:01 a.m. Officers Rominger and Fischer contacted the subject, who was identified as non-student Jacob Mason. Mason was intoxicated, had a current PSU exclusion and two outstanding warrants. Mason was arrested on said warrants and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center.

Southwest 10th Avenue and Southwest Mill Street

Officers Baker and Murphy contacted non-student Israel Rhodes at 5:53 p.m. who was found slumped on a bench and unable to care for himself because of his level of intoxication. Rhodes was transported to detox.

Millar Library, fifth floor

Officers Baker and Murphy were dispatched to a report of a male sleeping and yelling at people in above area at 4:40 p.m. Officers contacted non-student Wilber Horsley, who began rambling incoherently while snarling and gnashing his teeth. Horsley was discovered to have an outstanding misdemeanor warrant and was arrested on said warrant and issued a PSU exclusion.

Ondine Residence Hall, basement

At 9:40 p.m. Officer Shawn McKenzie received a report of items stolen from a locker in above area between 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Parkway Residence Hall

Portland Police Bureau was dispatched to a report of a male and female in an active fight at 11:57 p.m. Campus Public Safety Office responded as well and made entry into the apartment, where the student resident and non-student Christopher Kreloff were contacted. Both subjects had blood on their faces. Kreloff had a current PSU exclusion from a prior domestic incident on Sept. 29. During the investigation it was discovered that Kreloff had strangled the student resident and taken her cell phone when she attempted to call 911. Kreloff was arrested for domestic violence, interfering with making a report and criminal trespass I.

Nov. 11

Hit and run
Shattuck Hall parking lot

At 9:47 a.m. Officer Jared Schuurmans was dispatched to a report of a hit and run that occurred on Nov. 5 with a student. A note was left but did not contain the required information. Student stated the driver’s side tail light was broken.

Student conduct
Ondine Residence Hall

Officer Baker responded to the above area for a report of marijuana odor at 7:57 p.m. Baker contacted the student resident who agreed to turn over the single marijuana joint. The report forwarded to student housing.

Harder House, east side

At 10:46 p.m. Officers Baker and Murphy contacted non-student Kerry Carson who was loitering with a bicycle in above area. Carson was discovered to have an outstanding felony warrant, was arrested on said warrant and lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center. Carson was also issued a PSU exclusion for the open container of alcohol in his possession when contacted.

Nov. 12

Student conduct
Broadway Housing Building

Officer Fischer responded to a report of marijuana odor. Fischer contacted the student in the room in question and confiscated two bongs, a bag of marijuana and a grinder, all of which were  sent to Portland Police Bureau for destruction.