Crime Log, 10/22/08

Reoccurring graffiti at Mission campus
On Sept. 30 and again on Oct. 8 campus police received reports of graffiti on Mission campus. On Sept. 30 a short investigation of the incident identified a suspect who allegedly has caused several hundred dollars worth of damage to college property. In a separate incident on Oct. 8, an officer noticed new graffiti in multiple locations of a stairwell on Mission campus.

Student injured at Wellness Center
Campus police responded to a report of an injured student at the Wellness Center on Oct. 8. An officer arrived at the scene along with the paramedics, who transported the student to the hospital.

Student disrupts class in Batmale Hall
Campus police responded to a student shouting obscenities and refusing to leave Batmale Hall on Oct. 6. The officers determined the student was not a danger to himself or others and the student was asked to leave and meet with the Dean of Students.

Science Hall burglary

A City College employee reported two laptops were stolen from Science Hall on
Oct.6. There were no signs of forced entry.

Stolen property recovered
Campus police stopped a vehicle at Paulding Street and San Jose Avenue on Oct. 7 for not having a tail light. During an inspection of the vehicle, the officer discovered the engine was stolen. The vehicle was impounded.

Southeast campus theft

On the Southeast campus a manager of an office leased by City College reported a laptop and other items stolen. There were no signs of forced entry.

The Guardsman