Crime blotter for April 25 to April 29

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Monday, April 25

  • Orange chalk was used to write graffiti on the steps of the Oviatt Library.
  • CSUN officers arrested a suspect at the UPA 16 for violating a stay-away order. The suspect was taken to the CSUN jail for booking.
  • A rape that occured on May of last year was reported to CSUN PD through a mandated reporter. CSUN PD are continuing their investigation according to the daily crime log.
  • The victim was involved in a physical altercation at the UPA 18 with a known suspect.
  • Two parties were involved in a verbal and physical alteration at the UPA.

Tuesday, April 26

  • A counterfeit $20 bill was used to purchase products at the bookstore by an unknown suspect.
  • A physical altercation at the University Park Apartments 2 led CSUN officers to cite three residents for drug and alcohol law violations and two residents for weapons law violations, as an unknown individual was seen in possession of a stun gun, which was not used.

Wednesday, April 27

  • An unknown suspect crashed his vehicle into a parked car at the G3 parking structure and left in an unknown direction without reporting the incident.
  • An Apple TV device was stolen from a classroom at Chaparral Hall.
  • A student’s Tapingo mobile app account information was transferred to another student’s account in order to purchase food at various locations on campus.

Thursday, April 28

  • CSUN officers arrested a suspect for possession of a controlled substance paraphernalia, marijuana and a non-student refusing to leave the university. The officer took the suspect to the CSUN station for booking.
  • CSUN officers arrested a suspect for disorderly conduct involving alcohol. The suspect was taken to the CSUN station for booking.
  • An unknown male suspect stole property inside of a car in the B6 parking lot by smashing the driver’s side window. The incident was captured on the campus’ CCTV camera system.

Friday, April 29

  • A fire alarm was activated at the UPA 15, upon arrival officials saw that there was no smoke or fire at the location.