Tresspassing reported to police

A disturbance and tresapassing were recently reported.

A student entered a restricted area behind the Wellness Center desk Jan. 21, prompting a call to campus police. Officer Bruce Funderburk was told the man was “creating a disturbance” and being confrontational.

Funderburk interviewed the student and reported him as being “aggressive but relatively polite” in conversation.

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Inappropriate behavior reported in library

Campus police were called to the library to investigate a report of  inappropriate behavior on the second floor around 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 12.

According to a report filed by Officer Gordon Nelson, library employees had discovered the door of room 207 blocked and the lights out.

It was reported that when the lights were turned on, a male was seen by staff standing in the room while a female remained on the floor “pulling her leggings up.”

Library staff told the two they were calling the police. Both left through the north library stairwell before police arrived.

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Woman threatens to kill OCCC employees

A threat, two unconscious women, one thrown video game controller and sexual harassment top crime reports from December.

On Dec. 4 it was reported a belligerent, 48 year-old, female student threatened workers in Registration when she could not be dropped from a course after the withdrawal deadline.

Registration staff reportedly made every attempt to help the student, who they say was “difficult to deal with” but were unsuccessful. The student then told the 19- and 24-year-old workers they’d “better get this done or I’ll kill you.” An investigation is underway.

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False alarm, missing college keys reported

A false alarm and stolen OCCC keys were brought to the attention of the OCCC police recently.

The front door alarm at the Professional Development Institute at 7124 S I-35 Service Rd. was set off at approximately 4:48 p.m. Nov. 7.

OCCC Police Officer Jeremy Bohannon said he arrived at the scene 12 minutes later and recognized the vehicle in the parking lot as belonging to cleaning employee Francisco Cuellar, 67. Cuellar said he thought he had entered the correct code for the alarm panel when he entered the building.

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Man arrested for outstanding warrant

An arrest, a theft and a couple of fender benders top the most recent police reports.

A man with an outstanding warrant was arrested by campus police at around 11:36 a.m. Oct. 30.

David Rester, 25, was arrested after campus police were called to the library to check on a man reported to be panhandling.

While running a check, it was discovered Rester had an outstanding warrant in Oklahoma County for a DWI.

Rester was placed under arrest and transported to the Oklahoma County Detention Facility.

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Theft, verbal harassment reported to campus police

Theft and harassment top the latest crime reports,

At approximately 5:03 p.m. on Oct. 21, OCCC student Ana Pulido, 22, reported she saw a
white male checking cars for unlocked doors in Parking Lot  A. Pulido said she saw the man
eventually take two canvas tool bags from a white Chevy Silverado owned by OCCC student
Joseph William, 29. The man who took the bags was driving an older model brown Chevy

Campus police said security footage of the area shows the suspect vehicle left campus
at 5:06 p.m.

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Stolen car, needle sticks reported to cops

One OCCC student is without wheels after his car was stolen from parking lot C at around 12:40 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25.

According to the report, Tyler Halbert, 18, said he arrived on campus around 9 a.m. in his 1997 red Honda Civic with white aftermarket wheels and red lug nuts. When he returned from class, the car was gone.

After reviewing security footage, Campus Police Officer Tim Harris was able to see two males, possibly Hispanic, arrive on campus in a four-door Honda Accord at 11:16 a.m.

According to the report, one of the men got out of his vehicle, entered the victim’s, and exited the parking lot at 11:23 driving Halbert’s car. The other suspect departed campus as well, taking a different route.


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Two thefts, unusual request top reports

This week’s crime report includes a stolen phone and wallet, a suspicious person, a request for syringes, and a stolen iPad.

A black leather wallet containing a number of credit cards and cash, along with a black Pantech cell phone were taken from an office located at 2N4 around 1:30 p.m. Sept. 15. Business and Economics Professor Michael Machiorlatti said the items were last seen in his personal division mailbox at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 9.

Machiorlatti’s said in an Oct. 1 email that his wallet was later found with the cash missing. After reviewing video surveillance, campus police were not able to identify a suspect.

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