Unhappy student attempts to remove vehicle clamp by force

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Unhappy student attempts to remove vehicle clamp by force

Brooke Holland, Staff Writer

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April 10 – 2:15 p.m.

A student fell from his skateboard while making a downhill right turn onto the West Campus entry from Cliff Drive. He suffered from scrapes and cuts on his right shoulder, hands and forehead. He remained conscious after the fall, but complained about shoulder pain. An ambulance transported him to Cottage Hospital.

 

April 10 – 4:10 p.m.

A bicycle rider refused a security officer’s request to walk his bike on the bridge. When confronted by the officer, he stated, “I’d rather bike.” The bicyclist ignored the request and continued to ride on the bridge. At first he refused to show identification, but eventually cooperated.

 

April 16 – 2:20 p.m.

Campus security placed a wheel clamp on a student’s vehicle.  The clamp was placed on the student’s vehicle after receiving five parking citations. She was unhappy and asked a friend to help her remove the clamp by force. The students used a small tool and officers warned both to stop. She is required to pay the five citations on the vehicle before the clamp is removed.

 

April 17 – 3 p.m.

A female using a public computer in the Library accused a man of erasing her personal email files. She walked away from the computer and when she returned, he was using it. She claimed the man deleted multiple emails from her account and accused him of violating her personal security. He stated he was simply printing out papers.

 

April 17 – 6:10 p.m.

A bike was locked with an unidentified cable lock at Cliff Drive and Rancheria Street. When the owner returned to the bike rack, he noticed a second chain lock around the front tire. Security workers confirmed the owner’s identification and cut the lock.

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