Police Report

Cyndi Kline
El Vaquero Staff Writer

  • On Oct. 7, a car accident on Mountain Street resulted in damage to a chain link fence surrounding Lot E. Victims of the collision were taken to Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena.
  • On Oct. 8, a GCC student reported that he was verbally threatened twice by a classmate. The police spoke to the accused student, who admitted that he was out of line and assured them that there would be no further incidents.
  • On Oct. 9, a white 1988 Acura Integra was stolen from Lot B. There are currently no suspects in the investigation.
  • On Oct. 10, a custodian discovered a damaged vending machine. The lock was broken, but there was no theft.
  • On Oct. 10, a car hit a student who was walking to Lot B. Paramedics took the student to the hospital. The student is now in good condition and is back in school.
  • On Oct. 10, a student complained loudly because the fitness center was crowded. His behavior disturbed students working out and GCC police were called. The student apologized to the instructor.
  • On Oct. 10, a student loaned his cell phone to another student. A librarian told the borrower not to speak in the library. The student left and failed to return the phone to its owner.
  • On Oct. 10, an instructor reported items missing from the camera lab check-out room. Among the items missing was a camera lens.
  • On Oct. 11, GCC police were notified that a student’s locker was broken into, and his watch, glasses, jeans and two cellular phones were stolen.
  • On Oct. 14, a student reported her cell phone lost.
  • On Oct. 14, there was a verbal confrontation between two GCC students in a men’s restroom in the library. GCC police searched the restroom. The students were gone, but the police found previously stolen items there.
  • On Oct. 15, a GCC officer was told that a group of male Hispanics were plotting to beat him up. The men fled when approached by the officer.
  • On Oct. 16, GCC police stopped a student who was driving at a high speed in parking Lot B. He had neither a driver’s license nor insurance. His car key was taken and he was instructed to have a licensed and insured person retrieve the car.