Lights & Sirens

    Sunday, Oct. 21

    7:50 p.m.: A nonaffiliate reported the attempted kidnapping of her child at Thornton Hospital.

    10:30 p.m.: A 19-year-old student was reported missing from Warren Apartments.

    Monday, Oct. 22

    3:40 a.m.: Officers impounded a white 1990 Dodge pickup truck from Lot 406 for having registration expired over six months. Stored at Star Towing.

    11:50 p.m.: A 27-year-old female staff member suffered complications with pregnancy at Geisel Library. Transported to Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla by paramedics.

    Tuesday, Oct. 23

    12:02 p.m.: A 22-year-old male student suffered hip and elbow injuries after falling from a bicycle on the walkway east of Science Engineering Research Facility. Subject refused treatment. Subject was not wearing a helmet.

    12:10 p.m.: A 75-year-old female nonaffiliate suffered facial scrapes after falling in Lot 409. Subject refused treatment.

    2 p.m.: Officers detained a 31-year-old male nonaffiliate at the Price Center for being a danger to others. Transported to County Mental Health. Ordered off campus for seven days after creating a disturbance at the Price Center.

    3:48 p.m.: A nonaffiliate reported the theft of a trencher from Health Sciences Drive and Regents Road. Loss: $950.

    Wednesday, Oct. 24

    3 a.m.: A student reported attempted burglary to a black Nissan Pathfinder at Discovery Way.

    3:50 p.m.: Officers impounded a white 1984 Chevrolet Celebrity from Lot 704 for having five or more parking citations. Stored at Star Towing.

    2:45 p.m.: A student reported vandalism to a black 1999 Chevrolet Malibu in Lot 406.

    Thursday, Oct. 25

    8:45 p.m.: San Diego police recovered a black 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse reported stolen. Stored at Citywide Towing. Owner notified.

    9:38 p.m.: A student reported battery at Regents Road.

    Friday, Oct. 26

    12:41 a.m.: A student reported attempted burglary to a gold 1995 Acura Legend in Lot 208.

    8:29 a.m.: A 42-year-old female staff member suffered faintness at UNEX. Transported to Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla by paramedics.

    10:37 a.m.: Officers arrested a 20-year-old female student for misuse of a disabled placard in Lot 504. Cited and released.

    1:06 p.m.: A student reported a lost cellular telephone.

    5:19 p.m.: A student reported burglary to a red 1994 Jeep Cherokee in the Pangea Parking Structure. Loss: $340.

    6 p.m.: A student reported burglary to a black 1996 Ford Ranger in the Pangea Parking Structure. Loss: $405.

    6:51 p.m.: A student reported burglary to a red 1992 Volkswagen Jetta in the Pangea Parking Structure. Loss: $380.

    7:50 p.m.: Officers arrested a 19-year-old male student at the Price Center for being drunk in public. Transported to Thornton Hospital by medics.

    8:05 p.m.: A student reported burglary to a blue 1997 Honda Civic in the Pangea Parking Structure. Loss: $300.

    9:25 p.m.: Officers detained an 18-year-old male student at the Price Center for being drunk in public. Transported to detox.

    Saturday, Oct. 27

    12:13 a.m.: An 18-year-old student suffered alcohol poisoning at the Marshall residence halls. Transported to Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla by paramedics.

    1:40 a.m.: Officers detained an 18-year-old male student at the Pepper Canyon Apartments for being drunk in public. Transported to detox.

    3:45 p.m.: An 18-year-old male student suffered alcohol poisoning at Asia Hall. Transported to Thornton Hospital by paramedics.

    12:08 p.m.: Officers arrested a 53-year-old male nonaffiliate for an outstanding warrant for misappropriation of lost property at La Jolla Del Sol Apartments. Booked into Central Jail. Total bail: $5,000.

    Sunday, Oct. 28

    12:18 p.m.: Officers detained a 39-year-old male nonaffiliate at Villa La Jolla Drive for being drunk in public. Transported to detox.

    –Compiled by Margaret O’Neill,

    News Editor

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