PSU Crime Blotter

Medical assist : Oct. 19
Hoffman Hall

Around 12:40 p.m., Officer Gary Smeltzer
requested medical assistance to help deal with a
student who was having a severe panic attack in
Hoffman Hall.

DUI crash : Oct. 20
Southwest Broadway and Montgomery Street

At 4:44 a.m., Officer Robert McCleary saw a vehicle
driving between 50 and 60 miles per hour at
Southwest Broadway and Mill Street. The vehicle
ran through a light at Mill Street and attempted to
stop at a red light at Montgomery Street but lost
control, hit a tree and continued on. Portland police
finally stopped the car at Southwest Second
Avenue and Stark Street.

Marijuana violation : Oct. 21
Ondine Building

At 6:17 p.m., Officer David Baker was dispatched
to contact a person smoking marijuana on
the west side of Ondine. The student who had
been smoking was carrying 1/3 of an ounce of
marijuana, an empty jar with marijuana residue,
two metal grinders and a digital scale. He claimed
that the items were for personal use. The student
was cooperative, and Officer Baker referred the
incident to Student Affairs.

Recovered stolen car : Oct. 24
Southwest 13th Avenue and Montgomery Street

Officer McCleary found a 1995 Nissan Pickup
unoccupied at 2:37 a.m. After checking the license
plates he discovered it had been stolen. Portland
police were called in to do a recovery.

Student conduct issue: Oct. 24
Smith Memorial Student Union

Officer Baker took a report at 4:54 p.m. regarding
inappropriate student behavior at a student
meeting. The student had fashioned his hand into
a gun and pretended to shoot another student in
the midst of a disagreement. After speaking with
witnesses, Officer Baker determined no crime had
been committed.

Student struck by car : Oct. 26
Southwest 12th Avenue and Montgomery Street

At 9 a.m., Officer Smeltzer contacted a student
who had been hit by a car while walking in
a crosswalk. The student was transported to
the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The Portland Police Bureau is conducting the
investigation.