IVC Campus Police Crime Blotter

PostedSep 252010

September 19 – September 25, 2010

  • ​September 23, Vandalism, Parking Lot 7. Unknown suspect, using a stencil, spray painted graffiti on the side of a storage container. The same graffiti was observed at three other locations along the 'perimeter road' parking cut-outs. Report taken.
  • September 22, Medical Aid, SHC. Campus police responded to call at the Student Health Center regarding a male who was experience an acute asthma attack. The campus nurse requested a paramedic response. OCFA paramedics responded and the victim was transported to a local hospital. Report taken.
  • September 22, Petty Theft, PE100. Victim reported that he left his unattended backpack under a bench in the men's locker room. When he later returned, his found his ransacked backpack near the door. When he checked the backpack, he discovered an MP3 player missing. Report taken.
  • September 21, Petty Theft, PE100. Victim reported that he left his unattended backpack while showering in the men's locker room. When he later checked his backpack, he discovered U.S. currency missing from the backpack. Report taken.
  • September 21, Medical Aid, A300. Campus police responded to call a regarding an injured student who twisted her ankle while attempting to stand-up at her desk. The campus nurse responded to the location and transported the victim to the Student Health Center. Report taken.
  • September 20, Petty Theft, A100. Victim reported that she parked her bicycle at the bike rack at the rear of A100 and left the area. When she returned to the bike rack, she discovered that an unknown person had removed a handlebar mounted light and attempted to remove the red tail light. Report taken.
PostedSep 182010

September 12 – September 18, 2010

  • ​September 18, Trespassing, CDC. Campus police responding to a report of an alarm at the Child Development Center, contacted a suspect who was at the entrance of the Library. The suspect admitted entering the playground area of the CDC. The investigation revealed no further infraction or crime. The suspect was advised to leave the campus. Report taken.
  • September 16, Injury Report, Police Station. A parking violator who was in the police station for a 'citation hearing' inadvertently walked into a glass panel while leaving the Hearing Room The victim struck her head against the panel causing a minor facial injury. The victim declined medical aid. Report taken.
  • September 15, Misdemeanor Hit & Run, Lot 8. Vehicle owner stated he lawfully parked his vehicle in Lot 8 and left the area. When he returned to his vehicle, he discovered damage to the left rear bumper. Evidence indicated that the reporting person's car was struck by another vehicle whose driver left the location without reporting the incident. Report taken.
  • September 15, Non-Injury Traffic Collision, Lot 2. Vehicle #1, while attempting to park in a parking stall, struck the right rear quarter panel of Vehicle # 2, which was parked, causing minor damage. No injuries were reported. Report taken.
PostedSep 112010

September 5 – September 11, 2010

  • ​September 13, Non-Injury Traffic Collision, College Rd. Vehicle #1, driving on College Rd., collided with the rear bumper of Vehicle #2, causing minor damage, because of unsafe speed and following too closely. No injuries were reported. Report taken.
  • September 9, Non-Injury Traffic Collision, Lot 9. Vehicle #1, while attempting to park in a parking stall, struck the right rear bumper of Vehicle # 2, which was parked, causing minor damage. No injuries were reported. Report taken.
PostedSep 042010

August 29 – September 4, 2010

  • ​September 3, Vandalism, Parking Lot 9. Unknown suspect vandalized the parking permit dispenser by scratching indistinguishable graffiti on the glass display screen with an unknown etching tool. Report taken.
  • September 4, Business Dispute, Parking Lot 5 (CarFaire. ) Campus police responded to a report of a disturbance at CarFaire where a patron allegedly made threatening statements to an employee of the business. Both parties were contacted and advised of legal options. The patron was asked to leave the location for violating his contract for selling a vehicle at business. Report taken.
  • September 1, Petty Theft, B200. Victim reported that he left his calculator unattended at a workstation while working in another area of the room. When he returned to the workstation, the calculator was missing. Report taken.

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