Crime Log: April 29, 2014

This week’s crime log consists of petty thefts and disturbing the peace.


Campus Safety Chief John Ojeisekhoba and his crew of officers put on equipment in preparation for the active shooter drill held on Wednesday, August 14. The drill coordinated with SWAT and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to prepare officers for any situation. The increased security in chapel is part of Ojeisekhoba’s plan to make Biola as safe as possible. | Courtesy of Campus Safety

Augusta McDonnell, Writer

Petty Theft — Chase Gymnasium

Reported on April 15; occurred between 6 p.m. and 6:15 p.m.

An individual left items in the gym while playing basketball and when they returned the property was gone. The victim filed a report with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department and the theft remains under investigation.

Trespassing — Lot M (Horton Hall)

April 16 at 2:32 p.m.

A member of the Biola community reported an individual outside of Horton Hall who does not attend or work at the university. Officers made contact with the individual and told them they were on private property and asked them to leave.

Hit and Run: Property Damage — Tennis Courts

Reported on April 19; occurred prior to April 19 at 11:45 a.m.

An individual called from off campus and reported damage to their vehicle that had occurred while parked in the tennis courts parking lot. The damage is under investigation. 

Disturbing the Peace — Lido Mirada Apartments

April 23 at 9:10 p.m. and April 25 at 11:34 p.m.

On two separate occasions, students in a Lido apartment reported another apartment playing a movie loudly. Officers made contact both times and told the offenders to turn it down.

Disturbing the Peace — Lot K (Alpha Hall)

April 27 at 11:11 p.m.

Campus Safety made contact with students in the new parking structure playing music loudly after hours. Officers told them they were disturbing Alpha residents and to turn the music down.

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