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Police Beat Sept. 15-30, 2010

Sept. 22, 2010

Policy Services Lobby: Student workers were approached off campus by another student.

Lot 7: A student reported that her vehicle was stolen while it was parked unattended in the lot.  There were no witnesses.    

ATC 114: A student was contacted due to a report that he wanted to do harm to himself. After further evaluation, the student was allowed to return to class. A copy of the report will be forwarded to the Dean of Student Services.  

Sept. 21, 2010

LA 218: A student that was feeling ill fainted while walking from class.  CON Fire and AMR responded, transported the victim to Kaiser Walnut Creek.

September 17, 2010

Library Area: A student reported that his bicycle was stolen while it was locked unattended over night in the bike rack near the library.

Sept. 16, 2010

Lot 1: A suspicious subject was contacted in lot 1.  The subject was released when it was determined that no crime had occurred.     

Sept. 15, 2010

Music Building M118: Music instructor reported that his laptop was stolen from the music building.


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Police Beat Sept. 15-30, 2010