Disturbance, paraphernalia top police reports
A disturbance in the Veterans Affairs office, the discovery of drug paraphernalia, and car vandalization kept OCCC police busy the third week of August.
On Aug. 15, Officer Gordon Nelson responded to a disturbance call in the Veterans Services office.
According to a report, by the time Nelson arrived, the man who had been the subject of the call was standing quietly outside of the office.
Nelson said he spoke with the agitated man, calmed him down and then asked him not to conduct any more business in the Veterans Services office for the day.
The man agreed and left the area.
On Monday, Aug. 12, parttime Library worker Deanna Hempel told campus police her right front tire had been punctured by what she believed to have been an ice pick or screwdriver while she was parked in Lot B.
Hempel said she discovered the damaged tire on Aug. 8.
Hempel said the possible cause of the puncture was given when she had an inspection done by Hibdon Tires on Aug. 9.
When Officer Gary Moore reviewed surveillance footage, it did not reveal any possible suspects because Hemple’s car was obscured by a tree.
Hempel said she did not have any potential suspects in mind.
On Aug. 15, a pink makeup purse was turned into the campus police department’s lost and found.
According to a report filed by Officer Patrick Marino, drug paraphernalia was found inside the purse.
The owner of the purse was contacted, and the purse and its contents were given back to her.
Marino said the paraphernalia was placed into property custody for more thorough analysis.
To contact campus police, call 405-682-1611, ext. 7747. For an emergency, use one of the call boxes located inside and outside on campus or call 405-682-7872.