IVC Campus Police Crime Blotter

PostedMay 292010

May 23 – May 29, 2010

  • ​May 26, Petty Theft, CEC Bike Rack. Victim reported that he parked his locked bike at the bicycle rack next to the CEC1-4 building, but did not lock it to the rack. When he returned to the bicycle rack, it was missing. Report taken.
  • May 25, Disturbing the Peace, SSC Quad. The reporting party, Coffee Cart manager, called police to report a former employee was acting in a threatening manner. IVCPD responded but the subject/suspect was gone on arrival. Report taken.
  • May 24, Credit Card Fraud, SSC. Following an exchange of information with Irvine PD officers, a credit card theft investigation was initiated resulting in the filing of identity theft and credit card fraud charges against an employee. Report taken.
  • May 24, Petty Theft, BST 104. A student left an unbound text book on a desk and walked to the front of the classroom, along with other, to provide identification to the instructor. When he returned to his desk the test book was missing. The student said there were approximately 100 students in the class at the time. Report taken.
PostedMay 222010

May 16 – May 22, 2010

  • May 20, Disorderly Conduct, ATE.P. A student became verbally abusive after staff confronted him for exceeding the number of (free) copies permitted from a printer in the computer lab. IVCPD responded and kept the peace. The student was advised of the printer use policy and released. Report taken.
  • May 20, Felony Vandalism, Lot #9. Victim reported that he heard a loud noise and observed a female running from his parked car. Upon inspection of his vehicle, he discovered that three tire had been punctured. Victim said he recognized the suspect from a traffic collision and had her licensed plate number at that time. In follow-up to the report, Campus Police arrested the suspect for felony vandalism. Report taken. CLEARED BY ARREST
  • May 20, Theft from Vehicle, Lot #9. Victim said she parked her vehicle in 30 minute parking zone and left to register for a class. When she returned to her vehicle, she discovered that an unknown suspect had siphoned gas from her vehicle. Report taken.

PostedMay 152010

May 9 – May 15, 2010

  • ​May 15, Business Dispute, Lot #5. Campus police responded to CarFaire regarding a verbal altercation over a purchase offer for a vehicle. Upon their arrival they were met by a woman who stated that she had been verbally threatened by a male who wanted to purchase the same car she wanted to purchase. The male subject had left the location before the arrival of police. Report taken.
  • May 10, Vandalism, Tennis Courts. Facilities staff reported that an unknown suspect damaged a chain link fence that separates two adjoining tennis courts. The responding officer reported that the fence appears to have been kicked until the retaining wire broke and the pole caps came off. Report taken.
PostedMay 082010

May 2 – May 8, 2010

  • ​May 7, Misdemeanor Hit & Run, ATEP Lot A. Vehicle owner stated she lawfully parked her vehicle in Lot A, at the ATEP campus. When she returned to her vehicle, she discovered that the left rear quarter panel had been struck by an unidentified vehicle that left the location without reporting the incident. Report taken.
  • May 6, Medical Aid, CDC. Campus Police and Paramedics responded to a call regarding a child who had fallen off a balance beam. Paramedics examined the child and determined she may have fractured her left arm. The child was transported to a local hospital. Report taken.
  • May 5, Grand Theft, SSC. Victim stated he parked and locked his bicycle to bike rack in near the SSC patio. When he returned to the bike rack after a class, the bike was missing. Report taken.
  • May 5, Suspicious Circumstances, P-1. A campus staff member reported finding a student in a classroom, in partially dressed state, 'computer surfing' pornographic sites. When confronted by police, the subject admitted the activity and was referred to the Dean of Students. Report taken.
  • May 4, Auto Burglary, Lot #8. Victim parked and locked his vehicle, leaving the keys in the door. When he returned he found a note on the vehicle stating that his keys were given to campus police. After retrieving his keys, he discovered an IPOD missing from a bag behind the rear seat. Report taken.


PostedMay 012010

April 25 – May 1, 2010

​No activity during the reporting period.

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

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