Lights & Sirens

    Sunday, Nov. 11

    7:20 a.m.: San Diego Police Department recovered a white 1992 Toyota Corolla reported stolen on Nov. 7. Stored at Bradley Towing. Owner notified.

    8:42 a.m.: A 56-year-old male nonaffiliate was ordered off campus for seven days after creating a disturbance at the Price Center.

    10:59 a.m.: An 18-year-old female nonaffiliate suffered a leg injury while playing at Warren Field. Transported to Scripps Memorial Hospital by paramedics.

    Monday, Nov. 12

    2:00 a.m.: Police arrested a 19-year-old nonaffiliate for being a minor in possession of alcohol at Muir Quad. Cited and released.

    4:40 p.m.: A student reported theft of a chrome specialized Hardrock B21 mountain bike from the Pacific Hall bike racks. Loss: $250.00

    Tuesday, Nov. 13

    7:00 a.m.: A male nonaffiliate reported theft of construction equipment from the construction site south of the Shiley Eye Center. Loss: $15,820.00

    8:03 a.m.: A staff member reported burglary at UC 407. Loss: $10.

    10:14 a.m.: Officer reported finding a suspicious powder in women’s restroom at UC 302.

    1:15 p.m.: Officers reported unauthorized use of a computer at the Medical Teaching Facility.

    1:59 p.m.: Officers reported a suspicious package at the Cognitive Science Building.

    4:03p.m.: A student reported attempted theft of a gray 1994 Jeep Cherokee.

    5:00 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a car emblem from a 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse. Loss: $10.

    Wednesday, Nov. 14

    10:04 a.m.: A student reported burglary to a white 1995 Honda Civic. Loss: $985.

    12:04 p.m.: A staff member reported the theft of currency from Perlman Ambulatory Care Center. Loss: $50.

    12:20 p.m.: Officers reported suspicious powder at Thornton Hospital.

    2:57 p.m.: Officer reported a suspicious letter at Institute of the Americas.

    4:42 p.m.: A staff member reported the theft of camera equipment from Galbraith Hall. Loss $610.

    Thursday, Nov. 15

    12:50 a.m.: Officers impounded a black 1990 Cadillac Deville from North Torrey Pines Road at Scholars Lane for driving while having a suspended license. Stored at Star Towing.

    1:21 a.m.: A student reported the theft of an MP3 player from Marshall Apartments. Loss: $300.

    5:55 a.m.: Officers reported a confiscated Black’s Beach key.

    3:07 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a personal data assistant from Tioga Hall. Loss $400.

    10:20 p.m.: Officers arrested a 19-year-old male nonaffiliate for assault with a deadly weapon, felony evasion of a peace officer and driving under the influence of alcohol at Equality Lane. Transported to Central Jail.

    10:20 p.m.: Officers arrested a 21-year-old male nonaffliate for assault with a deadly weapon at Equality Lane. Transported to Central Jail.

    11:00 p.m.: Police impounded a white 1999 Toyota Supra at Equality Lane for driver being arrested. Stored at Star Towing.

    Friday, Nov. 16

    11:30 a.m.: A student reported the theft of a gold B24 KHS Crest mountain bike from the bike racks on the west side of Tioga Hall. Loss: $400.

    12:05 p.m.: A staff member reported the theft of a laptop computer from UC 202. Loss: $2,363.

    2:00 p.m.: A student reported the theft of jewelry from the second floor of Center Hall. Loss: $300.

    Saturday, Nov. 17

    1:50 p.m.: Officers arrested a 48-year-old female nonaffliliate at North Torrey Pines Drive and Expedition Way on an outstanding warrant for illegal lodging. Transported to Central Jail.

    2:16 p.m.: A 21-year-old male student suffered a head injury after falling from a skateboard near Latin America Hall. Subject was not wearing a helmet. Transported to Thornton Hospital by paramedics.

    Sunday, Nov. 18

    1:55 a.m.: Officers arrested an 18-year-old male nonaffiliate for driving under the influence in Lot 356. Transported to Central Jail.

    2:05 a.m.: Officers impounded a red 1995 Nissan Truck in lot 356 for driver being arrested. Stored at Star Towing.

    — Compiled by Steve Lehtonen

    Senior Staff Writer

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