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Armed robbery prompts safety talk

Armed robbery prompts safety talk
Associate Dean of Students Juan Regalado walks students and faculty members through the process of activating University of La Verne’s emergency notification system, E2Campus, using the LiveSafe mobile app at a community meeting Tuesday. The event scheduled the day after an armed robbery at the Oaks Residence Hall Monday night prompted a campuswide lockdown. Students, resident assistants and faculty... 

Five suspects in custody after allegedly trying to break into La Verne homes

Five suspects –  ­two adults and three juveniles – were taken into police custody Wednesday after allegedly attempting to break into and burglarize several La Verne homes, police said. The suspects were apprehended by police near Via de Mansion and Hickory Drive after leading police on a chase through the neighborhood, according to a La Verne Police Department news release. Police received a... 

Campus locked down overnight after armed robbery near Oaks

UPDATE (10:24 a.m.) — The person who was taken into custody last night was released after LVPD determined he was not linked to the incident, interim campus safety director Jeff Clark said in an emailed statement Tuesday. Police did not find the suspect and concluded the search after the lockdown, which lasted about an hour and 20 minutes, was lifted after 1 a.m., Clark said. The case is still under... 

University decides not to arm campus safety officers

Des Delgadillo News Editor Celene Vargas Arts Editor University of La Verne officials decided against campus safety officers being equipped with pepper spray or batons, after members of the community expressed concerns about the policy. Under the direction of Vice President of Facilities and Technology Clive Houston-Brown, administration decided on a policy to equip officers with defensive tools in... 

Residents cruise into the holidays

Residents cruise into the holidays
West Covina resident Barry Troup prepares his 1965 Pontiac GTO for judging at the Cruzin’ La Verne Holiday Car Show Nov. 28 in Old Town La Verne. Troup first used his car for casual driving around town when he bought it in 1965, but he later repurposed it for drag races in 1994. The car features a V8 tri-power engine with a four-speed transmission. / photo by Emily Lau Lauren Harchut Staff Writer Hundreds... 

Lewd act prompts community warning

A safety alert email was sent to University of La Verne students this week after an incident targeting a Bonita High School student Monday. A man reportedly followed the Bonita student in his car as she was walking to school on Eighth Street around 7:30 a.m. The man yelled at the student to get her attention. The student saw that the man was naked from the waist down and was committing a sexual act.... 

Masked stalker scares ULV

An unknown person wearing a Michael Myers mask reportedly stalked and followed three University of La Verne students Oct. 14. The masked person approached one of the students on Third Street, between the Hoover Building and Lot B, at around 8:30 p.m. The students were filming something for their class, according to the La Verne Police Department. The person in the mask confronted one of the students... 

Safety fair shares emergency tips

Wayne O’Bannon of Prep and Save shows sophomore business major Jerrol Guidry the various kinds of emergency kits students can keep in the dorms. Prep and Save, located in Upland, sells emergency supplies for many needs and showcased its many products at the University of La Verne’s disaster and preparedness fair Oct. 15 in Sneaky Park. The fair was a part of the Great California Shakeout, an annual... 

Macs stolen from Hoover Building

Jolene Nacapuy Editor in Chief Three sociology and anthropology department faculty offices in the Hoover Building were broken into sometime late Sunday night or early Monday morning and two computers were stolen. Assistant Professor of Anthropology Kanya Godde, Professor of Sociology Karen Donahue and Professor of Sociology Hector Delgado’s offices were targeted. Their office door windows were... 

LVPD debuts lifesaving program

LVPD debuts lifesaving program
La Verne Police Department Sgt. Chris Fenner wrote a successful grant to fund the non-profit program Project Lifesaver in La Verne, which helps locate missing residents with Alzheimer’s, autism, Down syndrome and dementia. LVPD provides the trackers and wristbands, which have reduced the numbers of personnel and tracking time required to find residents. / photo by Nanor Zinzalian Lauren Harchut ... 
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