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Police identify person of interest following series of thefts in town

The thefts are all similar to each other. The passenger window is broken into, and if there is a purse, wallet or any other valuable item in the car, it is taken. 

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen reporter

October 21, 2020

The Pullman Police Department identified a person of interest following several incidents of items being stolen from cars, including wallets and other personal items.  “We have a person of interest based on a surveillance picture that was put out on our social media,” said Pullman PD Cmdr. Jake Op...

Stalking incidents on campus increased, according to annual clery report

The Clery report found that eleven stalking incidents were committed on campus housing, an increase from the two incidents reported in 2018. 

MATT HOLM, Evergreen reporter

October 19, 2020

Officials in charge of compiling the annual WSU Clery report found an 84 percent increase of reported stalking incidents in 2019 on WSU property and a 550 percent increase of incidents on on-campus residences. Universities are required to compile and calculate a Clery Report every year after the Clery...

Dairy Center implements security measures for animals after calf was stolen

Dairy Center implements security measures for animals after calf was stolen

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen reporter

September 23, 2020

After the recent theft of a 7-day-old calf, WSU’s Knott Dairy Center is restricting access to their animals.  The WSU Police Department arrested Luke Wolfisberg, fraternity member of Phi Sigma Kappa and former employee of Knott Dairy Center, for second-degree burglary for allegedly stealing the ca...

Local police address crime in wake of COVID-19

Gary Jenkins, Pullman chief of police, said the department has minimized contact officers have with residents by writing tickets for some violations instead of making arrests.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

May 22, 2020

Crime in Pullman dropped sharply between March and May of this year, according to Gary Jenkins, Pullman Chief of Police. Jenkins said the department saw nearly a 29 percent drop in crime during the COVID-19 shutdown. Some reports mentioned concern about a rise in domestic violence cases. Jenkins sai...

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