IVC Campus Police Crime Blotter

PostedFeb 272010

February 21 – February 27, 2010

​No activity during the reporting period.

PostedFeb 202010

February 14 – February 20, 2010

​No activity during the reporting period.

PostedFeb 132010

February 7 – February 13, 2010

  • ​February 10, Medical Aid, Lot 8A. Victim came to the police station and reported that she had tripped on a raised section sidewalk causing her to fall and injure her left knee and right elbow. The victim refused medical attention. Report taken.
  • February 18, Theft from Auto, Lot 8. Victim parked his unlocked vehicle in Lot 8. Upon her return to the vehicle, he discovered that an unknown suspect had taken a parking permit from the vehicle's windshield. Report taken.

PostedFeb 062010

January 31 – February 6, 2010

  • February 2, Grand Theft, Lot 1. Victim stated that he parked and locked his vehicle in Lot 1. When he returned to his vehicle, he discovered that an unknown person had removed the catalytic converter. Report taken.
  • February 2, Traffic Stop and Arrest, Jeffrey/Barranca. Campus police observed a motorist commit two traffic violations. After making a traffic stop, the officer noted the smell of marijuana. Following an interview, the traffic violator admitted possession of marijuana. The violator was cited and released. Report taken.
  • February 2, Petty Theft, Kaplan. Victim (an academic manager) said she left a portable DVD player and two DVDs on top of her classroom desk and left for the day. When she returned to her desk the next day, the items were missing. Report taken.
  • February 3, Medical Aid, ATEP Lansdowne Sidewalk. Victim stated that while stepping off sidewalk at curb in front of the ATEP facility, she twisted her ankle. Paramedics were called and examined the person who was later transported to a hospital for further treatment. Report taken.
  • February 5, Misdemeanor Hit and Run, Lot 5. Reporting person stated that he discovered a tree, irrigation box, and sprinkler damaged on a parking lot median. Campus police determined that an unknown person caused an unknown vehicle, to jump the curb and strike the damaged property. The driver then left the area without reporting the incident. Report taken.
  • February 5, Medical Aid, A305. Campus police responded to a call regarding a person having a seizure. Paramedics responded and rendered first aid. The person was later transported to a hospital for further treatment. Report taken.

 


Notice:The IVC Campus Police Department has made reasonable efforts to provide information that is accurate at the time of posting.

Copyright © Irvine Valley College