Lights & Sirens

    Monday, Oct. 4

    8:01 a.m.: Officers arrested a 45-year-old male nonaffiliate at Tenaya Hall for petty theft. Cited and released.

    10:26 a.m.: A student reported the theft of a silver and black Specialized Hardrock B21 Pro mountain bike from bike racks east of Lot 357. Loss: $450.

    12:40 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a blue GT Palomar B21 mountain bike from the bike racks between Argo and Blake Halls. Loss: $200.

    2:15 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a black and white Gary Fisher Tarpon B21 mountain bike from the Sixth College Residential Life Office. Loss: $350.

    Tuesday, Oct. 5

    11:20 a.m.: A student reported the theft of a blue and white Trek 4500 B24 mountain bike from the Eleanor Roosevelt College Student Activity Center bike racks. Loss: $390.

    11:20 a.m.: A student reported the theft of a silver and red Mongoose mountain bike from Center Hall. Loss: $100.

    12:25 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a backpack from UCSD Bookstore. Loss: $265.

    2 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a chrome GT mountain bike from Lot 359. Loss: $100.

    5:21 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a laptop computer from Tenaya Hall. Loss: $1,700.

    7:30 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a wallet from Galathea Hall room 352. Loss: $30.

    7:44 p.m.: Officers arrested a 36-year-old nonaffiliate on Villa La Jolla Drive for a felony warrant for parole violation. Transported to Central Jail. No bail.

    Wednesday, Oct. 6

    1:20 a.m.: A student reported the burglary of a green 1996 Honda Accord in Pangea Parking Structure. Loss: $210.

    12 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a blue and silver Trek B21 mountain bike from the south Price Center bike racks. Loss: $229.99.

    1:59 p.m.: Officers arrested a 20-year-old female student in Lot 207 for misuse of a handicap placard. Cited and released.

    3:50 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a green Huffy Cranbrook cruiser from the York Hall bike racks. Loss: $79.

    3:50 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a yellow and black Trek 4300 B21 mountain bike from the Sixth College Apartment 1100 Building bike racks. Loss: $30.

    4:08 p.m.: A student reported burglary of a white 1995 Saturn SL. Loss: $1,320.

    7 p.m.: A student reported burglary of a beige Honda Accord. Loss: $300.

    Thursday, Oct. 7

    11 a.m.: A student reported the theft of a black and cherry Giant B18 mountain bike from the York Hall bike racks. Loss: $50.

    11:36 a.m.: A student reported the theft of a black and gray Iron Horse B24 mountain bike from Lot 304. Loss: $200.

    12:35 p.m.: A 56-year-old female staff member complained of dizziness at Cellular and Molecular Medicine East. Transported to Sharp Hospital by paramedics.

    2 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a blue and silver Fuji B24 mountain bike from the bike racks between Mandler Hall and McGill Hall. Loss: $400.

    11:45 p.m.: Officers arrested a 27-year-old female nonaffiliate at La Jolla Village Drive and Lebon Drive for driving under the influence of alcohol. Transported to Las Colinas.

    Friday, Oct. 8

    3:15 a.m.: A 19-year-old male student suffered from alcohol overdose at Tenaya Hall. Transported to Thornton Hospital by paramedics.

    12:19 p.m.: A student reported the theft of a blue and silver Giant B21 mountain bike from the Peterson Hall bike racks. Loss: $325.

    12:58 p.m.: A staff member reported the theft of a metal sign from the walkway between Revelle College and the Main Gym. Loss: $55.

    2:45 p.m.: Officers detained an 18-year-old student in Lot 208 for being drunk in public. Transported to detox.

    — Compiled by Lisa Mak

    Associate News Editor

    More to Discover
    Donate to The UCSD Guardian
    $200
    $500
    Contributed
    Our Goal

    Your donation will support the student journalists at University of California, San Diego. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment, keep printing our papers, and cover our annual website hosting costs.

    Donate to The UCSD Guardian
    $200
    $500
    Contributed
    Our Goal