Crime Blotter Oct. 27–Nov. 1

October 27

Cramer Hall
Officer Jon Buck and Officer David Troppe issued a second exclusion to non-student Laura Stevens who was sleeping in the second floor lounge at approximately 2:52 a.m. Troppe reported her to have “obvious mental issues” though she left without incident.

Car Theft
Parking Structure One
A student car parked on the seventh floor was broken into through a window between 1:16 a.m. and 3:10 p.m. A laptop and three textbooks were reported stolen.

Academic & Student Rec Center
Around 3:03 p.m. a student reported that her wallet with several credit cards, debit cards, checks and cash was stolen while she was using the shower.

October 29

Broadway Housing
Officer Gary Smeltzer, Officer Shawn McKenzie and Sergeant Robert McCleary issued non-student Kerry Otoole an exclusion for sleeping in the north side fire escape at 11:40 a.m. He had an open container of alcohol and first gave the officers the name of Kevin McCleary.

Hit and run
Parking Structure Two
A Subaru Impreza parked on the roof was hit on the passenger side rear door between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Missing and Endangered Student
Beaverton, Oregon
Student Kevin Ping was reported missing by his cousin and fellow student, Sita Ping. He was last seen in class the week of Oct. 20–24. His phone is off and Beaverton Police are investigating.

Car Theft
Parking Structure Two
A student parked on the fourth level reported that his driver side rear door window had been broken into and that a laptop, hard drive, terabyte thumb drive and a Netgear router had been stolen between 8 a.m. and 8:20 p.m.

Stafford Housing
Officers Smeltzer and McKenzie issued exclusions to Randy Ell and Sarah Koerner, both non-students, for trespassing and suspicion of selling or purchasing narcotics at approximately 2 p.m.

October 30

Bike theft
Cramer Hall
A student reported that his blue Bush Pilot bicycle was stolen from the north side bike racks between noon and 5:30 p.m.

October 31

Sexual Harrassment
Education and Business Building
A faculty member reported that a Middle Eastern male, 5 feet 4 inches tall, wearing a white top and acid washed pants between the ages 20 and 30 approached her as an “aggressive suitor” and aggressively tried to get her to kiss him.

November 1

Threatening Communication
Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory
Non-student James Curtis Donnelly was reported as having made threatening statements, insinuating bomb threats. He is a convicted felon with a history of manufacturing, possessing and selling methamphetamine. Associates of the laboratory believe the threats were made because a member of the laboratory discounted a mythical meteorite, known as the Port Orford Meteorite.

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