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Police Beat May 10 – 13, 2010

Police Beat:

May 13, 2010

Viking Drive and Ruth Drive

A vehicle was stopped for speeding. During the stop the Pleasant Hill Police Department recognized the vehicle from an earlier hit and run. PHPD took the driver into custody.

May 12, 2010

Parking lot 1

Two juveniles were involved in a physical altercation in the parking lot. Both were released to their parents with criminal citations which will be forwarded to juvenile probation.

Football field

A student playing soccer during class suffered a broken nose.

Police Services lobby

A student experiencing chest pains and breathing problems was brought into Police Services by an instructor. American Medical Response transported the student to John Muir Walnut Creek for further evaluation.

May 11, 2010

Police Services Lobby

A student reported that her cell phone and money were stolen from her purse while she was taking a nap in the library.

May 10, 2010

PE 101

A medical response report was taken for a student who smashed his finger in the weight room.

Parking lot 1

Officers responded to a verbal altercation that truned into a physical fight in the parking lot.

Parking lot 8

A student used both hands to prevent being struck by a moving vehicle. Later the student wanted to file a report complaining of pain in his elbow.


Silent Witness: Working together to solve crime. The Silent Witness tip line provides a means of communication for members of the campus community to provide District Police with information ANONYMOUSLY without revealing their identity. Silent Witness hot line: 925-685-1230 ext. 1999.

Lost and Found is located a Police Services. People who have lost items or have found items may come into Police Services from 7:30 – 10:30 during the week.

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Police Beat May 10 – 13, 2010