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The Cleveland State Police building is on Chester Avenue at 19th Street.


Feb. 26, 2018

Police Blotter

By Oteshia Hicks


Student Center Theft
Officers responded to a felony theft report on Feb. 10 at 1:54 p.m. at the Student Center. When officers arrived, name-brand clothing along with a purse, credit cards, gift cards and a government issued license had been stolen from the Ballroom and Room 340. The total value of the propertywas more than $200. Officers recovered the student’s purse and wallet, but other property has not been recovered.

Medical Assistance
Officers responded to a medical emergency phoned in on Feb. 10, at 10:51 p.m. from the Wolstein Center. When officers arrived, they found a woman in one of the bathroom stalls by Gate C sweating profusely and trying to remove articles of her clothing. Officers called EMS after noticing the woman seemed dazed and confused. EMS transported her to Metro Health Hospital.

Campus Lock Down
Officers responded to a call on Feb. 10, at 9:45 p.m. from the South Euclid Police Department to request assistance trying to locate a female who may have been in the Main Classroom building. Two pings off the suspect’s cellphone showed her in or near the Cleveland State campus, and police believed she could possibly be armed with a hand gun. At 10:39 p.m,, campus police issued a campus lockdown for an hour while searching for the suspect. The department ended the lock down at 11:45 p.m. Officials located the suspect and her Hyundai Tucson at 4:15 a.m. the following day.

Alarms Sound
Officers responded to a burglary alarm set off on Feb. 5, at 6:26 a.m. in Euclid Commons. At first, officers identified the cause of the alarm to be a housekeeper going room to room, unable to disarm the alarm. Upon further inspection, officers realized no housekeepers were there. Officers discovered at 6:37 a.m. that Director of Residence Life, Lynn Ellison’s office was unsecured. No exact cause for the alarm has been confirmed.

From Feb. 4 to Feb. 25, campus police reported 24 traffic stops, 16 incidents of suspicious activity, 17 crime prevention posts and three medical incidents.



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