IVC Campus Police Crime Blotter

PostedFeb 012014

January 26 - February 1

January 25 – January 27, between the hours of 4:00 AM-6:30 AM, Burglary, A235     A burglary was reported to campus police on Monday, January 27, 2014.  The loss was an iMax computer and a mouse. This case is under investigation and was reported to the Irvine Valley College Police on January 27, 2014 at approximately 7:00 AM.  Report taken.

PostedJan 242014

January 19 - January 25

January 25, 1:05 AM, Suspicious Subjects, Between B248 and B200     Two suspicious subjects were seen on campus.  When they were contacted by police they fled. One subject was later arrested by Irvine Police Department for a crime that did not occur on campus. Report taken. 

 

PostedJan 182014

January 12 - January 18

January 16, 6:46 AM, Burglary, A235  Upon return from Winter Break, a Professor noticed that someone had taken her iMAC computer from her desk. Text books were also reported missing.  No suspect(s) were seen or reported.  This case is under investigation.  This incident was reported to Irvine Valley College Police Department at approximately 7:00 AM on January 16, 2014.  Report taken. 

January 16 – January 17, 5:45 PM (on January 16) – 8:30 AM (on January 17), Burglary, A232     Computers and English text books were reported missing. No suspect(s) were seen or reported. This case is under investigation. This incident was reported to Irvine Valley College Police on January 17, 2014 at approximately 8:29 AM.  Report taken.

PostedJan 112014

January 5 - January 11

No activity to report during this time.​

PostedJan 042014

December 29 - January 4

January 3, 4:00 Grand Theft, A209     Three boxes of text books were reported missing from the Mail Room to campus police.  No suspect(s) were seen or reported.  This case is under investigation. This incident was reported to Irvine Valley College Police on January 6, 2014 at approximately 4:00 PM.  Report taken. 


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