Lights & Sirens

    Monday Feb. 22

    1:24 p.m.: A 70-year-old male nonaffiliate complained of weakness at Perlman Ambulatory Care Center. Transported to Thornton Hospital by paramedics.

    1:38 p.m.: A student reported vandalism to a green 2004 BMW at Lot 351. Loss: $1,000.

    1:54 p.m.: A 23-year-old female student suffered breathing difficulties at Earl Warren College. Subject refused treatment. Transported to Thornton Hospital by officer.

    2:48 p.m.: Officers arrested a 19-year-old female student at Lot 504 for misuse of a handicap placard. Cited and released.

    3:15 p.m.: A student reported theft of a laptop computer at Cuzco Residence Hall. Loss: $750.

    5:23 p.m.: Officers arrested a 34-year-old male nonaffiliate at 3300 Lebon Drive for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for illegal lodging and failure to appear in court. Transported to Central Jail.

    Tuesday, Feb. 23

    10:08 a.m.: A 60-year-old male nonaffiliate suffered from dizziness and vomiting at Shiley Eye Center. Transported to Thornton Hospital by paramedics.

    2:45 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a gray and black Raleigh M20 mountain bike at Earl’s Place. Loss: $260.

    Wednesday, Feb. 24

    7:40 a.m.: A student reported theft of a laptop computer at Humanities and Social Sciences Building. Loss: $1200.

    11:15 a.m.: A staff member reported the theft of a stereo and books from Mandeville Center. Loss: $200.

    2:00 p.m.: A graduate student reported attempted burglary at the electromagnetic research facility at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

    2:00 p.m.: A student reported the theft of bicycle parts at North America Hall. Loss: $30.

    2:07 p.m.: A 60-year-old male staff member suffered a cut leg at Career Services Center. Transported to Thornton Hospital by officer.

    2:11 p.m.: A student reported theft of items at Lot 506. Loss: $420.

    3:35 p.m.: A student reported a lost Irish passport on campus.

    8:55 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a black 1999 Toyota Solara at Lot 704. Loss: $11,500.

    Thursday, Feb. 26

    2:10 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a blue-gray K2 mountain bike at Main Gym. Loss: $300.

    2:52 p.m.: Officers arrested a 26-year-old male nonaffiliate at Regents Road and Miramar Street for being an unlicensed driver. Cited and released.

    3:00 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a black Huffy mountain bike at Tioga Hall. Loss: $80.

    11:01 p.m.: Officers arrested a 27-year-old male nonaffiliate at Villa La Jolla Drive and Nobel Drive for driving under the influence of alcohol. Transported to County Detention Facility.

    Friday, Feb. 27

    10:26 a.m.: A staff member reported vandalism at Main Gym. Loss: $20.

    12:08 p.m.: A staff member reported vandalism to a black 2001 Ford Mustang in Lot 202. Loss: $100.

    1:40 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a laptop computer at Discovery Hall. Loss: $1,200.

    4:32 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a backpack at Price Center Theatre. Loss: $470.

    7:38 p.m.: A staff member reported vandalism at Muir Apartments. Loss: unknown.

    Saturday, Feb 28

    1:23 a.m.: Officers detained an 18-year-old male student at Cafe Ventanas for being drunk in public. Transported to detox.

    8:10 a.m.: A 55-year-old female student suffered an abrasion to the left cheek and contusion to the left shin after losing balance while walking down stairs at University Extension. Subject sought private treatment.

    1:56 p.m.: Officers arrested a 48-year-old male nonaffiliate at 3200 La Jolla Village Drive for being drunk in public. Rejected from detox. Transported to County Detention Facility.

    — Compiled by Bryan Tsao

    Associate News Editor

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