Student’s attempt to forge checks fails, and more.
Three incidents have been reported to police officials throughout the past week concerning phone robberies.
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A suspicious package was left near the lower level of the San Diego State trolley station at around 1 p.m. last Tuesday, prompting security to notify SDSU police.
March 3 8212; A San Diego State student was reportedly battered near Los Panchos Taco Shop, according to a SDSU Police media bulletin. SDSU Police Capt. Lamine Secka said officers approached a vehicle with its hazard lights on at the intersection of College Avenue and Lindo Paseo around 2 p.m.
Dec. 1 8212; Police arrested a suspect for felony vandalism. The spray-painting incident occurred in the courtyard of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. Police located three suspects.
Nov. 11 &- Police asked a man to leave campus twice. The man was reportedly approaching females in front of Cuicacalli Residence Hall and asking them to vote for him. The man was seen there for approximately four hours. Police interviewed the subject, but no arrests were made.
Oct. 10 &- Police arrested a man after he allegedly threatened a student at Tenochca Residence Hall. San Diego State Police Lt. Lamine Secka said 25-year-old Cervin Morris was arrested after allegedly pinning a student against the wall and threatening him. The victim, who said he knew the suspect, was asked for money. Morris, who is not an SDSU student, was arrested and transported to jail on suspicion of attempted robbery, false imprisonment, criminal threats and battery.