Lights & Sirens

    Friday, March 31

    12:50 a.m.: Domestic Disturbance

    Officers received call from the San Diego Police Department. Subject claimed that there were sounds of physical violence in suspect’s apartment and abuse was a chronic problem. Unknown weapons. Report taken.

    12:44 p.m.: Illegal Parking

    Officer initiated activity at Muir Field. Verbal warning issued.

    2:43 p.m.: Suspicious Persons

    Two black male adults and one white male adult in their late teens tried to pull down a street sign at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

    Saturday, April 1

    5:46 p.m.: Hot Prowl Burglary

    Occurred on Regents Road in a downstairs apartment. A black male jumped over a fence and entered the apartment through a sliding door. Subject did not see suspect leave. Officer conducted a field interview.

    Sunday, April 2

    12:49 a.m.: Illegal Camping

    Officer initiated activity at Lot 704. Officer conducted a field interview.

    4:33 a.m.: Noise Disturbance

    Laughing and loud voices occurred at Sixth College Apartments. Call was canceled after dispatch.

    11:35 a.m.: Illegal Parking

    A blue Chevy Tahoe was parked illegally at Lot 504.

    10:18 p.m.: Illegal Parking

    About seven vehicles were blocking a driveway at Canyon Vista.

    11:27 p.m.: Fireworks Disturbance

    Officer initiated activity at Thurgood Marshall College field. Subjects were gone on arrival.

    Monday, April 3

    12:21 a.m.: Drunk Driving

    Officer initiated activity with possible gang members at Lot 103. Report taken.

    1:19 a.m.: Alcohol Contact

    Officer initiated activity and conducted a field interview at Tenaya Hall.

    2:56 a.m.: Suspicious Circumstances

    Subject heard a door slam in the Social Sciences Building when she thought she was the only person in the building. Checked out OK.

    4:26 p.m.: Medical Aid

    An 18-year-old female fainted at Gilman Parking Structure.

    6:20 p.m.: Suspicious Person

    A white male with a ponytail, goatee and gray shirt was on Regents Road. Checked out OK.

    8:53 p.m.: Citizen Contact

    A subject was worried about an ex-boyfriend who might have been trying to contact her.

    11:22 p.m.: Disabled Placard Misuse

    Officer initiated activity at Lot 357. Subject cited.

    Tuesday, April 4

    1:23 a.m.: Citizen Contact

    Occurred at Thurgood Marshall College Apartments. Suspect was infatuated with a subject. Officers advised subject not to contact suspect and document future phone calls. Subject said she would pursue a restraining order.

    1:57 a.m.: Noise Disturbance

    Loud talking occurred at Sixth College Apartments. Subjects were quiet on arrival.

    9:44 a.m.: Suspicious Person

    A black adult male in his 30s wearing yellow shoes was spotted at Gilman Parking Structure. Suspect could have been from a previous case. Suspect was gone on arrival.

    2:03 p.m.: Petty Theft

    A Latino male nonaffiliate was detained at UCSD Bookstore.

    6:09 p.m.: Possession of Marijuana

    Officers found three to four females inside Harlan Hall smoking marijuana. Subjects had chronic problems.

    — By Charles Nguyen

    News Editor

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