A Harvey Mudd van was damaged after someone left large holes in the gas tube, likely while attempting to siphon gas.
Pomona College may accelerate its plans to add more lighting to its South Campus due to a slurry of recent thefts on campus.
Contrary to popular belief, Claremont is not a bubble. Here’s what needs to happen for community members to stay safe.
Two men in dark clothing rushed an individual and stole a cellphone from their hands in front of the Oldenborg Center Wednesday night.
Multiple Pomona College first-years had their belongings, including expensive electronics, stolen from their dorms the night of March 29.
Below are selected crimes from Nov. 1 to Nov. 29: Between Nov. 1 and Nov. 29, there were 17 bike thefts at the 5Cs. All cases are still open. On Nov. 2, between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m., there was an auto burglary at KGI. The case is open. At
Below are selected crimes from Oct. 3 to Oct. 17. The afternoon of Oct. 3, a theft occurred at Claremont McKenna College’s Stark Hall. The report was forwarded to the college dean. The afternoon of Oct. 4, a theft occurred at CMC’s Roger’s Tennis Courts. The report was forwarded to
The Claremont Police Department deployed pedestrian enforcement details to catch motorists who do not yield to pedestrians at crosswalks on Sept. 29. One deployment was on Pomona College’s campus at College Avenue and 4th Street. According to CPD Traffic Supervisor Lt. Jason Walters, eight of the 195 vehicles that passed through the intersection
This information is from the Clery Act Public Crime Logs, which are currently available 24 hours a day at Campus Safety. Between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Sept. 4, a theft occurred at Pitzer College’s West Residence Hall. No arrest has been made. The afternoon of Sept. 5, a
In 1990, the United States Congress unanimously passed the Jeane Clery Act, requiring universities to disclose statistics about crime on and around campus so students could properly evaluate their school’s safety. The intent of the law is clear: colleges ought to make information about crime on and around campus publicly