Lights & Sirens

    Sunday, Nov. 25

    9:54 a.m.: Police arrested a 51-year-old nonaffiliate at Gilman Drive and Myers Drive for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for drunk driving and failure to appear. Transported to Central Jail. Bail: $5,000.00.

    Monday, Nov. 26

    12:56 p.m.: Staff member reported the theft of aluminum cans from the recycle bins. Loss: $650.00.

    2:37 p.m.: Police arrested a 23-year-old male student in Lot 302 for misuse of a handicapped placard.

    Tuesday, Nov. 27

    6:10 p.m.: A student reported burglary to a black 1998 Ford Ranger in Lot 357. Loss: $1,075.00.

    6:30 p.m.: A student reported burglary to a white 1991 Honda Accord in lot 357. Loss: $670.00.

    8:50 p.m.: A student reported burglary to a red Volkswagen Jetta in the Pangea Parking Structure. Loss: $75.00

    10:10 p.m.: Police impounded a white 1989 Ford Escort in Lot 309 for driver being unlicensed. Stored at Star Towing.

    Wednesday, Nov. 28

    10:00 a.m.: A staff member reported a burglary at H&SS Rm. 1133. Loss: $1,500.00.

    3:05 p.m.: A student reported burglary to a black Honda Civic in Pangea Parking Structure. Loss: $800.00.

    10:00 p.m.: A staff member reported burglary to a white 1991 Toyota. Loss: $200.00.

    Friday, Nov. 30

    11:15 a.m.: Police arrested a 52-year-old staff member at the police station for an outstanding no-bail felony warrant for lewd acts with a child under 14 years and annoying or molesting a minor. Transported to Central Jail.

    Saturday, Dec. 1

    2:07 a.m.: Police arrested an 18-year-old male student for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana at Oceania Hall. Cited and released.

    Monday, Dec. 3

    12:54 a.m.: Police arrested two 19-year-old male students for burglary to a coffee cart on the west side of RIMAC. Transported to Central Jail.

    12:54 a.m.: Police detained a 19-year-old student for burglary to a coffee cart on the west side of RIMAC. Released due to lack of involvement.

    Wednesday, Dec. 5

    10:27 p.m.: Police arrested two 19-year-old male nonaffiliates for minor in possession of alcohol on Equality Lane. Cited and released.

    Saturday, Dec. 8

    12:09 a.m.: Police arrested a 19-year-old male for minor in possession of alcohol. Cited and released.

    1:30 a.m.: Police detained an 18-year-old male at Justice Lane and Voight Drive for being drunk in public. Transported to detox.

    2:11 a.m.: Police detained a 17-year-old male nonaffiliate at the Price Center for being drunk in public and curfew violation. Released to guardian.

    Sunday, Dec. 9

    2:48 a.m.: Police arrested a 29-year-old male nonaffiliate at John Hopkins Drive and North Torrey Pines Road for driving under the influence of alcohol. Transported to Central Jail.

    8:00 a.m.: Police detained a 39-year-old male nonaffiliate at 3700 La Jolla Village Dr. for being drunk in public. Transported to detox.

    Monday, Dec. 10

    10:09 p.m.: Police arrested a 41-year-old nonaffiliate for an outstanding warrant for parole violation, possession of burglary tools, delaying a peace officer, possession of a controlled substance and possession of narcotics paraphernalia at Pepper Canyon Apartments. Booked into Central Jail. No bail.

    Saturday, Dec. 15

    Police arrested an 18-year-old male nonaffiliate for urinating in public at Pepper Canyon Apartments. Cited and released.

    Monday, Dec. 17

    9:27 a.m.: A staff member reported vandalism at Birch Aquarium. Damage: $5,000.00.

    Thursday, Dec. 20

    1:30 p.m.: Police arrested a 20-year-old male student at the UCSD Bookstore for theft. Cited and released.

    Thursday, Dec. 27

    6:11 a.m.: Police units and San Diego Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire in Lot 504. Physical Plant Services and Fire Marshal notified.

    10:01 a.m.: Staff member reported theft of a camera from Perlman second floor. Loss: $100.

    6:00 p.m.: Hit and run accident reported in Lot 401. Damage to 1987 Volkswagen Cabriolet.

    Friday, Dec. 28

    12:17 a.m.: Officers arrested 24-year-old male nonaffiliate on La Jolla Shores Drive for driving under the influence of alcohol. Driver transported to Central Jail.

    2:08 a.m.: Officers detained a 23-year-old male nonaffiliate in Lot 206 for being drunk in public. Transported to detox.

    4:24 p.m.: Officers recovered reportedly stolen 2002 Pontiac Grand Am in Lot 104. Stored at Star Towing.

    Saturday, Dec. 29

    9:05 a.m.: Officers arrested a 29-year-old male staff member at the UCSD police station for auto theft and possession of a stolen vehicle. Transported to Central Jail.

    12:45 p.m.: Student reported the burglary of a black 1992 Toyota Tacoma on the fourth floor of the Gilman Parking Structure. Loss: $190.

    Sunday, Dec. 30

    4:24 p.m.: Graduate student reported theft of a backpack from EBU 1. Loss: $220.

    Tuesday, Jan. 1

    2:45 p.m.: Student reported indecent exposure at Hubbs Hall.

    Thursday, Jan. 2

    10:00 a.m.: Staff member reported the theft of lab equipment from the second floor of CMM West. Loss: $1,000.

    3:45 p.m.: Officers towed a white 1990 Ford Taurus from Lot 753 for having more than five unpaid parking citations. Stored at Star Towing.

    11:18 p.m.: Student reported burglary to a green 1995 Honda Accord in the Gilman Parking Structure. Loss: $130.

    Friday, Jan. 3

    9:00 a.m.: Staff member reported the theft of vehicle parts in Lot 207. Loss: $350.

    3:32 p.m.: Staff member reported the theft of an audio mixing board from Mandevelle B208. Loss: $450.

    10:34 p.m.: Student reported the theft of a car stereo from Lot 208. Loss: $200.

    — Compiled by News Editor Geoff Dietrich and Staff Writer Steve Lehtonen

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