Concert drug bust
Four individuals, none students, were arrested on felony drug charges about 1:30 a.m. Feb. 17 during the Popular Music Board concert in Smith Memorial Center.
The four, three men and one woman, were arrested by an undercover officer and all were transported by Portland police to the Multnomah County Detention Center. They were charged with various degrees of attempting to buy and sell the drug ecstasy.
Edreece W. Phillips, 29, was charged with manufacturing, distributing and possession of a controlled substance. David J. Imeson, 22, was charged with distributing and possession. Kristen Parks, 19, was charged with distributing. Clinton D. Montgomery, 25, faces charges of distributing and possessing.
Campus public safety officers patrolling at 1:45 a.m. Feb. 18 observed a driver running a red light at Southwest Fourth Avenue and College Street. They followed him and saw him run another red light at Fourth and Hall Street and a third at Fourth and Harrison, making no attempt to slow down or brake at the stop lights.
When they attempted to stop him, he drove off with officers following. They stopped him at Third and Columbia. Portland police joined them there and arrested Richard Landry, 39, on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants.
Campus police at 3 p.m. Feb. 22 removed a number of unauthorized fliers which had been posted on various bulletin boards in Smith Memorial Center and other locations on campus.
The fliers were posted in violation of university posting policy. They were attributed in printing on the flier to the White Radical Jewish Conspiracy Front, which is not a PSU organization.
The fliers charged “rampant racism” by white students and white faculty in the Women’s Studies department.
Two men were arrested on misdemeanor charges for possession of a controlled substance in Parking Structure 2 at 9:30 p.m. Feb. 20.
Officers discovered three men loitering in a vehicle on the roof of the parking structure and detected the strong smell of marijuana. They had been observed there for 10 to 15 minutes. Upon being questioned, the men eventually admitted to having marijuana, which they handed over to the officers.
Cited and released were Cole K. Zuver, 18, and Joshua L. Heckenliable, 20. The violation involved smoking marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school. A third man was not cited. All three were issued criminal trespass warnings.
Some time in the afternoon of Feb. 12, a thief absconded with a wallet taken from a backpack in an unattended office in Shattuck Hall.
The owner said she left the backpack in the office at 2:30 p.m. and when she returned at 5 p.m. she discovered the theft. Missing was $40 in cash, credit cards and identification.