Crime Blotter Sept. 19-Sept. 26

Sept. 16

Telephonic harassment
Box Office, SMSU
Staff at the box office have been receiving phone calls and voicemails from a male who is neither happy with their service nor the performance of the PSU Vikings football team. There were no threats, but the calls have risen to the level of telephonic harassment.

Sept. 17

Burglary II Arrest
Stott Center
At approximately 5:05 p.m. officers Marks and Rominger responded to a report of a male showering and refusing to leave the women’s locker room and a possible PSU clothing theft. Officers contacted non-PSU student just outside the Stott entrance. He admitted to entering the locker room and to “finding” two articles of PSU clothing inside the building. The man was arrested and lodged at MCDC and issued a PSU exclusion.

Car prowl
Parking Structure 3
Sometime between 2:30 a.m. and 9:20 a.m. a student car was broken into on the third level of the parking facility. Several items were stolen including a full-service medical kit.

Warrant exclusion—car prowl
Parking Structure 3
Officers Marks and Troppe observed three males walking in Parking Structure 3. They believed the males were looking for cars to break into. Officers were able to stop one of the suspects at Southwest 12th and Montgomery after he fled when seeing them. The man was arrested on a warrant and excluded from PSU. The other two were not able to be stopped.

Sept. 19

Voluntary Detox Hold
Blackstone Bldg.
Officers Troppe and Rominger responded to a reported male passed out on the north side of the Blackstone Bldg. At the scene the male was found with empty bottle and admitted to drinking vodka. He had recently arrived from California and asked to be taken to the Detox Center after explanation that it is not the same as jail. At the Detox center the man did not believe he wasn’t in jail and was eventually removed and released. At the man’s request, officers dropped him off at Union Station.

Sept. 22

Community Garden
Officer Fischer responded to an area check for three transients suspected to be using drugs near the garden. He located one male non-student who was high on intoxicants and acting erratic. He had various items scattered around and refused to leave the area. The non-student was issued an exclusion and a work order was put in for the community garden.

Sept. 24

Information (Disorderly Conduct)
University Palace Hotel
At approximately 3:30 officer Rominger took a report from an employee at the hotel regarding an unidentified while male who had threatened the front desk staff personnel and demanded a room for the nigh. The man left the hotel prior to Rominger’s arrival and was seen on the northbound Max train.

Sept. 26

Exclusion Action/Use of Heroine
Montgomery House
Officer Ward responded to a male acting suspiciously in the courtyard by Montgomery House and found him looking disoriented and asked for assistance finding a drink of coke. Officers were concerned about his welfare but he declined an ambulance. The man had a football sized tumor on his stomach, was wearing a hospital tag and stated he needed a restroom. Ward provided access to the all gender restroom in SRTC, but after a long delay the officer entered the restroom to find the man flushing an apparent syringe. Ward requested an ambulance for the man who asked to be taken to OHSU for liver complaints. The officer checked the restroom and locks and requested a work order for cleaning.