Drug bust, wreck details, disturbance reported

Marijuana and drug paraphernalia were discovered by campus police who were investigating reports of a dog in distress in parking lot B Monday, March 30.

According to the report, Officer Gordon Nelson was dispatched “in regard to a dog, possibly in distress, inside a blue Ford Taurus,” that day.

Nelson reported all four windows of the car were partially open and the dog did not appear to be in distress. It was ascertained that the vehicle did not belong to an OCCC student.

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Police arrest man for outstanding warrant

OCCC police recently made one arrest and solved a recent campus mystery, according to reports from the campus police department.

An OCCC student was arrested on campus after running a stop sign on Keels Boulevard. It’s reported that Malcolm Rshad Lewis was found to be driving with a suspended license when stopped by Officer Zachary Andrews.

A call from Andrews to the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Lewis had previously been cited for driving while his license was suspended and that he had “an extensive traffic record,” resulting in a warrant for his arrest out of Oklahoma City.

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Incident reports include missing wallet, injury

In latest incident reports, police responded to missing property and a run-away pool deck cleaning machine.

A missing wallet, reported to campus police on Thursday, Feb. 19, was promptly returned to the student —who suspected it had been stolen — by a good samaritan.

A student reported he had placed his wallet and backpack in a Testing Center locker that day. He said he did not under­stand how to secure the locker door properly and had left it unlocked.

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Third trespassing at off-campus location reported

Trespassing and a student entering a restricted area were reported to campus police in mid-February.

For the third time in less than two months, a door at OCCC’s Capitol Hill Center was found open by police patrolling the area around 2 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 11. The door was secured and all other entrances checked by campus police.

Police Chief James Fitzpatrick said this is a common issue with vacant structures and construction sites.

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Stolen iPhone, fence damage reported to campus police

A stolen phone and damage to OCCC property were reported to campus police recently.

At approximately 5:30 p.m. Feb. 9, OCCC student, Taylor Aillo, 18, reported her white iPhone 5 had been stolen. She said she accidentally left it in the Social Science Center restroom and when she went back to retrieve it, it was missing.

Campus Police reviewed security footage, but were unable to identify a suspect.

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Altercation in library, vandalism reported

Vandalism and a domestic disturbance were reported to campus police in the last batch of police reports recently received.

A reported disturbance drew police to the library on Tuesday, Jan. 29, for a possible domestic violence call.

A library staffer heard “something hitting a wall and then someone crying,” according to the report. Police located two students studying quietly in the room where the disturbance had taken place. Police interviewed both. An unnamed 17-year-old female said she’d attempted to leave the room during an argument with her boyfriend.

She reportedly pushed her boyfriend after he  had blocked the door. She said he then pushed her. She claimed to have been uninjured and completed a Domestic Violence Lethality Screen for First Responders.

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Police investigate attempted theft

An attempted car theft and vandalism were recently reported to campus police.

Police patrolling parking lot A south on Jan. 28 were called to investigate an attempted car theft.

A student said he returned from an afternoon class to find the hood of his 1998 Acura Integra popped open and the steering wheel removed from the column.

Officer Gordon Nelson reported the steering wheel lying in the driver’s seat. The report shows there was extensive damage to the steering column and the steering wheel could not be reattached. The car was towed from the parking lot at the driver’s request.

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Stolen car reported to campus cops

A stolen car, stolen merchandise and an arrest for driving with a suspended license top the latest crime reports.

An OCCC student reported to campus police on Wednesday, Jan. 21 that his car had been stolen from a campus parking lot.

Shawn McCarther said his car went missing after he lost his keys at some point earlier in the day. According to the report, McCarther’s 2009 Chevrolet Malibu was recovered the following day by Oklahoma City Police with virtually no damage and all contents accounted for.

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