A bike was reported stolen north of dance room C sometime between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on May 3, John Farmer, Chief of Campus Safety said.
The bike was a red Specialized mountain bike and was reported to be worth $600, Farmer said.
The female victim claimed she locked her bike around 6 p.m. and came back around 8 p.m. to find everything but the front tire stolen.
Video surveillance had nothing and the victim reported the theft to Costa Mesa Police Department.
Three female juveniles were reported to be trespassing at the north end of the Adams Avenue Parking Lot on May 4 around 1:10 p.m., Farmer said.
They were found by the restroom under the influence of and in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, Farmer said.
It was reported they had bloodshot eyes and four backpacks beside them.
They didn’t claim the backpacks. A Campus Safety officer opened them and found marijuana residue in empty containers and a broken glass bong, Farmer said.
The backpacks had school books which one of the female high school students admitted were hers, Farmer said.
Costa Mesa High School security was called and confirmed they were high school students.
After CMPD was called, the three were released back to Costa Mesa High School and the backpacks were taken by Costa Mesa High School security.
Hit on the head
According to Farmer, a Campus Safety officer was dispatched for a slip and fall medical assist at Art Center room 158 on May 8.
A female student reported she hit her head and knee after slipping on a rolling cart while working in the photo lab.
She refused to have paramedics be contacted and was taken to the Student Health Center, Farmer said.
According to Farmer, a Campus Safety officer was dispatched for a medical assist at the Student Center, Thursday at 5:55 p.m.
A male student reported he was cooking when cooking oil splashed on his right hand.
He was found by Campus Safety officers with his hand in a bucket of ice. He was asked if he wanted paramedics and he said no, Farmer said.
Box of meds
According to Farmer, several boxes of over the counter medicine was found in the Adams Avenue Parking Lot on Sunday at 4:30 p.m.
An Orange Coast College Swap Meet vendor left 16 open brown boxes filled with cough syrup, allergy medicine, and other items, Farmer said.
The swap meet supervisor was contacted and the swap meet cleaning crew was called to clean it, he said.
— The Crime Blotter was compiled by Mariam Zagub from Campus Safety reports.