Campus safety: Incident reports 4-3 to 4-16

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04/03/20I2 9:45 a.m. Theft III

Student report that her keys with her student ID attached were stolen from a classroom in Strain Hall. The keys had been left unattended with the student’s bag in classroom. No suspects identified.


04/06/2012 11:14 p.m. Drugs / Alcohol

Odor of marijuana was detected in the third floor hallway of Clark Hall. Three students admitted to smoking marijuana. Marijuana, paraphernalia and alcohol were confiscated. Alcohol was disposed of at the scene.


04/06/2012 8:07 p.m. Drugs, Criminal

CPS made contact with three non-student juveniles at Cannery Field. One of the juveniles fled the scene, one was released and the other detained until the police department’s arrival. The male detained was found to be in possession of an illegal switchblade style knife and police suspected the male to be in possession of trace amounts of heroin and THC. CPS issued the male a trespass notice. Police confiscated the suspected heroin and the knife and released him to his own recognizance.


04/07/2012 10:11 p.m. Drugs / Alcohol

CPS was contacted by Resident Assistants on duty in reference to the odor of marijuana. CPS officers were able to determine the room where the odor originated. Marijuana and paraphernalia were confiscated. Alcohol was also found in the room and poured out by resident. Students referred to Conduct Review Committee.


04/07/2012 10:50 p.m. Criminal Mischief III

CPS found their cart had been tipped onto its side outside a residence hall. Officers and a student righted the vehicle. No suspects at this time.


04/07/2012 11:08 p.m. Assault IV / Harrassment

CPS was called by a Resident Assistant who reported a possible physical altercation occurring in a residence hall. CPS arrived and separated the male and female parties who were reportedly involved. It was determined that an Assault IV / Harassment did occur but the female victim declined to file criminal charges against the male. Both parties mutually agreed not to have any further contact for the rest of the evening. Report forwarded to the Conduct Review Committee.


04/07/2012 11:58 p.m. Alcohol

CPS was called by a Resident Assistant regarding a female student that was unresponsive, had been vomiting and appeared to be intoxicated. Student was assessed by fire and medical personnel and was determined to be medically stable. Student refused transport to the hospital. CPS seized and destroyed alcohol from the room per protocol.


04/08/2012 1:27 a.m. Drugs

CPS contacted two students smoking marijuana in a university parking lot. CPS officers seized a marijuana pipe and small amount of marijuana as evidence from the students. Students were referred to a conduct advisor for review.


04/10/2012 6:49 p.m. Criminal Trespass II

CPS officer contacted a suspicious male inside Murdock Hall. Suspect was found to be in violation of a current trespass warning. The CPS officer arrested the male and turned him over to Forest Grove Police. Suspect was cited for Criminal Trespass II and released.


04/10/2012 Property Damage

Officer located excess “offensive” graffiti on the ground, grass and trees surrounding the Spirit Bench. No suspects identified.


04/13/2012 10:21 a.m. Vehicular Incident

Staff member called to report that she struck a skateboarder with her vehicle in C-Lot. The skateboarder, after being hit was not located. There was no damage to staff member vehicle and no obvious injuries to the victim


04/13/2012 Noon Medical Report

Staff member reported to have been injured at the University Center. Found custodian who had been struck in head by a trash can lid. First aid provided. Accident report submitted.


04/16/2012 7:10 a.m. Criminal Mischief III

CPS received multiple reports of offensive chalk written statements throughout campus. Custodial was notified and is addressing the cleaning aspect of the incident. There are no suspect(s) at this time.


The Pacific Index will be publishing all incident reports that are received from Campus Public Safety in order to inform the Pacific community. 

According to the Cleary Act of 1990, all institutions receiving financial aid must keep a public log of crime on campus.


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