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Compiled by Adrian Varnedoe
Published Mar. 8, 1999

Officer Krum says always be alert and keep your belongings out of view, even the Chancellor can be a victim of crime.


Feb. 5, 8:05 p.m.

Two men, non-students, were arrested for attempted robbery of another man, also a non-student. The robbery occurred on Phelan Ave. Campus police were alerted when an unknown female contacted SFPD. The suspects fled and were caught by campus police. The victim later identified the assailants. No weapon was used.

Feb. 10, 7:40 p.m.

Campus police detained a group of three minors ages 15-16 for suspicion of attempted graffiti. When police responded to a call from a City College employee they found the juveniles with markers in their hand. Campus police felt the juveniles were attempting to graffiti a building. The minors were held and released into the custody of their parents/guardians.

Feb. 10, 10:17 p.m.

The broadcasting department reported a video tape player stolen from a Cloud Hall classroom. The video player was used for a class and when the broadcasting department returned to retrieve it, the equipment was missing.

Feb. 11, 1:20 p.m.

A dean reported that, when off-campus, a former student got his attention and proceeded to stare at the dean in an "uncomfortable" manner. The student had been expelled for continual disruptive behavior.

Feb. 17, 1:45 p.m.

A female and a male student, who were formerly romantically linked, were referred to the office of the Dean of Students after a battery incident. The incident occurred in Batmale Hall.

Feb. 18, 10:31 a.m.

A vehicle was stopped by campus police for failing to yield for a pedestrian who was crossing Phelan, in the crosswalk. The driver had never received a valid driver’s license and did not have insurance for the vehicle. The driver was cited and the vehicle was impounded.

Feb. 22, 8:00 p.m.

The district offices, located at 33 Gough Street, were evacuated and closed after a strong smell appeared in the hallways. The campus police speculate the substance was either mace or pepper spray. No suspects were found.

Feb. 23, 12:53 p.m.

A vehicle was vandalized after an argument between a male and a female student in the North Reservoir. The male student broke out a window of the female student’s Datsun. The female student reported the incident to the campus police; the police were also contacted by the male student. The male student agreed to pay damages and the female student did not want to press charges so the student was released.

Feb. 23, 6:07 p.m.

A formerly expelled student was seen in Smith Hall by campus police. The student was booked on misdemeanor charges. This is the second booking and fourth violation of the same law for this individual.

Feb. 24, 6:09 a.m.

A homeless male was booked by campus police for arson. The man was found by police in Smith Hall plaza as he was lighting garbage cans on fire. The man said he was a student and this was a science project.

March 1, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.

The Chancellor’s vehicle was broken into. An unknown suspect broke a window on the Chancellor’s vehicle and removed a cell phone. The vehicle was parked in the Chancellor’s designated space behind Conlan Hall.

March 2, 10:58 a.m.

Campus police were on their way to drop off paperwork at the Ingleside Police station when they spotted a driver doing doughnuts on Judson Ave. near the 280 on-ramp . Officers cited the driver who now has a court date.

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