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SCC weekly police log highlights: Oct. 8-14

Vehicle Accident:

A non-injury vehicle accident was reported to campus police on Thursday, Oct. 8. 

Laptop Theft:

A laptop was reported stolen from a student’s backpack on Tuesday, Oct. 6 in the auditorium. There were no witnesses.

Cited Driver:

A driver stopped for a traffic violation was found to be driving with a suspended license on Panther Parkway, Thursday, Oct. 8. The driver was cited and the vehicle was towed.

Keeping the Peace:

Around noon on Thursday Oct. 8, a verbal conflict between students erupted by the South Gymnasium causing campus police to respond to mediate and keep the peace.

Multiple Bicycle Thefts:

On Thursday, Oct. 8 near the Cosmetology Department on campus, a bicycle was reported stolen around 12:28 p.m. Campus police gathered information from the student, who also filed a report with the Sacramento Police Department. Another bicycle was reported stolen later that night around 8:47 p.m. Another bicycle was stolen from a bike rack just south of Rodda South on Monday, Oct. 12 between 9 a.m and 11 a.m. The bike was locked up. 

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A fight broke out on the City College campus on Thursday, Oct. 8. Campus police responded and released participating student(s) to the Sacramento Police Department.

Stolen Tote Bag:

On Monday, Oct. 12, an unidentified person stole a City College student’s tote bag containing personal items at the City Café.

Assault at the City Café:

On the morning of Tuesday, Oct. 13, a student at the City Café refused to identify himself to peace officers on campus. The student then fought and assaulted peace officers when being escorted from the café area, the student was later booked into Sacramento County Jail.

Hit and Run:

Monday, Oct. 12, in the City College parking structure, an unidentified driver struck another student’s vehicle, damaging the right, rear bumper. The unidentified driver left the scene without giving proper contact information.

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