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Crime Blotter: Swastika reported, sexual assault near Outpost

Adam R. Thomas, Staff Writer

March 1, 2017

Filed under Crime, News

Bicycle stolen by business building A bicycle was reported stolen from the College of Business Administration yesterday. The bicycle is a gray Diamondback bike and had been secured to the racks at the front of the building. David Wagner, the evidence controller for the University Police Department, said that there are no leads at this time.   Sexual assault reported outside engineering center An act of...

Transient harasses students on campus shuttle

Transient harasses students on campus shuttle

February 14, 2017

A man not registered as a Cal State Long Beach student was kicked off the East Loop shuttle Monday morning for harassing students. Shuttle driver Elia Lopez, known as Maria, recalls the incident as scary and u...

Crime Blotter: Parking structure elevator tagged

Crime Blotter: Parking structure elevator tagged

Adam R. Thomas, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

GRAFFITI SPRAYED ON PARKING LOT ELEVATOR An act of vandalism in Parking Structure 3 was reported to the University Police Department Monday night. The vandalism was graffiti on the northwest second f...

Cal State Long Beach cops release details on banned student

Adam R. Thomas, Staff Writer

February 13, 2017

Filed under Campus, Crime, News, Showcase

Detective Chris Brown of Cal State Long Beach’s University Police Department revealed that Juan Lucio Solis, the student barred from campus last week, has not physically assaulted anyone, nor committed a criminal offense. “In this particular instance, Mr. Solis’ behavior became concerning enough that we decided to go ahead and revoke his access [to campus] for up to 14 days,” Brown said. “His student conduct w...

Student banned from CSULB following investigation

Valerie Osier, News Editor

February 7, 2017

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

A student at Cal State Long Beach has been barred from campus following an investigation by campus administration. CSULB police issued a campus-wide “registered sex offender advisory” to faculty, staff and students Monday night, but did not initially indicate that the offender, Juan Lucio Solis, was a student. “We had sufficient information to believe that he posed a threat to some members of the campus, and f...

Crime Blotter

Adam R. Thomas, Staff Writer

February 7, 2017

Filed under Crime, News

Suicidal student under observation Police responded to a welfare check call at the Fine Arts building yesterday just before 6 p.m. University Police discovered that a female student was having suicidal thoughts. The student did not harm herself and has been temporarily committed to medical observation for 72 hours.   Sexual assault on Saturday A student residing in the Beachside dorms reported to UPD that...

CSULB police issue sex offender advisory

Valerie Osier, News Editor

February 7, 2017

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

California State University police are asking the public to contact them if they spot Juan Lucio Solis, a registered sex offender, on campus, according to an advisory sent out last night. Solis is known to frequent areas on campus such as the library, Horn Center, University Student Union, Liberal Arts buildings and the campus shuttle service. “Solis’ access to campus has been revoked pursuant to California Penal Code Sec...

Crime Blotter – bicycle thefts up at semester start

Adam R. Thomas, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

Filed under Crime, News

  Three bikes reported stolen in first two weeks of semester Cal State Long Beach Police received a report of a blue and gray Giant brand bicycle that had been stolen outside the College of Business Administration between 4 and 9:45 p.m. on Jan. 25, Lieutenant Richard Goodwin said. Another student reported that their bike had been stolen from outside of Hillside building B on Sunday. The bicycle had been secured w...