Police Beat April 18-22

April 22, 2:12 p.m. Officers responded to the Music Building regarding a suspicious male subject who was following two female students. According to the report, officers contacted the man, who has not been a student since 2014, at the Music Building and it was noted that he told the officers earlier in the day that he attempted to stab himself. Officers did not find a knife or other weapons on the man. He told officers again that he felt like hurting himself and that he hears voices sometimes. Officers determined that he was a danger to himself and placed him into protective custody and he was then transported to a hospital for a psychological evaluation.

April 22, 10:15 p.m. Officers conducted a traffic stop on the 2900 block of Manhattan Beach Boulevard on a vehicle for expired registration. According to the report, the driver, who is not a student, was in possession of a small amount of cocaine and marijuana. He also had a suspended driver’s license. Officers issued him a citation and he was released.

April 21, 9:25 a.m. An officer responded to the police lobby to speak to a female student who was approached by a suspicious male near Lot L. According to a report, the student said that the male subject, who is not a student, walked beside her to her car and stood on the passenger door as she entered her vehicle. Then she drove off campus. Officers were able to identify the subject and have had multiple contacts with him on and off campus. In addition, the report mentioned that the man is a transient who was served a restraining order by ECPD officers about a year ago.

April 20, 11:17 a.m. An officer responded to the Art Patio for a medical aid call. According to the report, a female student was having a seizure. Paramedics were contacted but the student declined to be taken to the hospital.

April 18, 8:43 a.m. An officer responded to the Construction Technology Building for a medical aid call. According to the report, a male student fainted and lost consciousness for about three to five seconds. Paramedics were contacted and they transported the student to a local hospital.