Who's there?

A male student entered the chancellor’s office at the Coast Community College District office without authorization on Sept. 10, according to Campus Safety spokesman Bai Nguyen.

When Campus Safety responded to the call, the student had left and no further action was taken.

No one was reported harmed and it was unclear what his motive was, Nguyen said.

I'm fine now

A male student looked pale and complained of dizziness on Sept. 11 around 1:50 p.m., and Campus Safety called the Costa Mesa Fire Department paramedics, Nguyen said.

As soon as the first responders arrived at the Art Center, where the incident occurred, and looked at the student, he said he felt better.

A medical release form was signed, and he did not need to be transported to the hospital, according to Nguyen.

Hands up

The Costa Mesa Police Department informed Campus Safety on Sept. 12 at 7:35 p.m. that a man wearing a white shirt and sitting in Adams Avenue Parking Lot had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court, Nguyen said.

The police department saw that he had been charged with public intoxication after running his name in their system and the man was later arrested by police on the outstanding warrant.

Band-Aids help

At about 11:02 a.m. on Saturday a man was reported to have fallen off his seated walker and injured his elbow at the Swap Meet, Nguyen said.

He refused Campus Safety’s offer to call paramedics and was given a bandage, Nguyen said.

— The Crime Blotter was compiled by Eugene Ng from Campus Safety reports.

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