Lights & Sirens

    Sunday, Oct. 13

    1:50 a.m.: A student reported an indecent exposure in Lot 402.

    9:23 p.m.: Arrested a 21-year-old male student in Lot 406 for misuse of a handicap placard. Cited and released.

    Monday, Oct. 14

    1:11 a.m.: A 22-year-old male nonaffiliate was arrested at 9400 La Jolla Farms Rd. for possession of drug paraphernalia and methamphetamines. Transported to Las Colinas Jail.

    8:53 p.m.: A staff member reported the theft of a vehicle boot at the Pangaea parking structure. Loss: $353.

    Tuesday, Oct. 15

    1:20 p.m.: A staff member reported the theft of a banner from RIMAC Field. Loss: $3,500.

    Wednesday, Oct. 16

    9:06 a.m.: A staff member reported a burglary at Nierenberg Hall. Loss: $1,000.

    10:13 a.m.: A staff member reported the theft of diving equipment from the Hydraulics Lab service yard. Loss: $1,800.

    10:56 a.m.: A staff member reported a burglary at Engineering Building Unit 1. Loss: $4,000.

    8:55 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a red 1989 Toyota Camry from Lot 702. Loss: $2,000.

    Thursday, Oct. 17

    9:53 a.m.: A staff member reported the theft of a laptop computer from Pacific Hall. Loss: $1,030.

    Friday, Oct. 18

    9:55 a.m.: A 53-year-old male nonaffiliate was ordered off campus for seven days for creating a disturbance at the Price Center.

    4:07 p.m.: A student reported the theft of cash from Sierra Summit. Loss: $450.

    6:29 p.m.: A 20-year-old male student was found in a catatonic state at Sierra Summit dining hall. Subject refused treatment.

    Saturday, Oct. 19

    1:03 a.m.: A 17-year-old female student suffered an alcohol overdose at Tioga Hall. Transported to Thornton Hosptial by paamedics.

    2:00 a.m.: Officers arrested an 18-year-old male student near Engineering Building Unit 1 for possession of a gravity knife and for being drunk in public. Cited and transported to detox.

    7:50 p.m.: Officers detained a 39-year-old male nonaffiliate at 9000 Villa La Jolla for being a danger to himself and others. Transported to County Mental Health.

    — Compiled by Evan McLaughlin

    News Editor

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