Lights and Sirens

    Friday, Jan. 12

    1:46 p.m.: Illegal vendor/solicitor

    Two white males in a white Suburban drove through Eleanor Roosevelt College, stopping their car periodically to offer speakers to people they passed. Gone on arrival.

    4:44 p.m.: Medical aid

    A 50-year-old diabetic male, described as pale and drowsy, fell ill in Lot 606.

    6:52 p.m.: Fight disturbance

    Two Asian males, one in a white sweatshirt and one in black, engaged in a fistfight by RIMAC Field. Gone on arrival.

    Sunday, Jan. 14

    7:22 a.m.: Suspicious person

    A tall white male in his 30s, wearing dark clothing and a beanie, was seen walking through the Thurgood Marshall College apartments area. The reporter believed the man may have been casing nearby apartments. Unable to locate.

    1 p.m.: Hit and run

    A woman called police when she believed a neighboring vehicle had collided with her car in Lot 355. She said she noticed matching paint transfer on both cars.

    3:50 p.m.: Report of vandalism

    Officers were called when a woman found her bicycle kickstand missing and her front wheel bent, remnants of a possible attempted theft.

    10:29 p.m.: Citizen contact

    Officers arrived at Sixth College apartments after an unknown driver’s vehicle went up on the sidewalk. Field interview administered.

    Monday, Jan. 15

    2:09 p.m.: Gas leak

    Knocked over on its side, a motorcycle in Lot 201 leaked gasoline onto the concrete.

    3:08 p.m.: Fire

    Officers were notified when the reporter smelled burnt plastic and saw smoke coming out of a door in Sequoyah Hall.

    Tuesday, Jan. 16

    11:46 p.m.: Suspicious person

    A black male in his early 20s harassed females from his bicycle by Marshall apartments.

    Wednesday, Jan. 17

    1:42 a.m.: Suspicious person

    An off-duty community service officer noticed an unidentified number of males loading guitars and speakers into a vehicle on Voigt Lane. Checks OK.

    3:22 a.m.: Possession of marijuana

    A residential security officer smelled possible marijuana in a suite in Tioga Hall, but the residents said they had not been smoking anything.

    10:52 a.m.: Citizen contact

    An employee of the La Jolla Del Sol leasing office called officers to see if they could ticket people who illegally park in front of her office. She said that no one has been doing so in over a year. Cited.

    1:40 p.m.: Hit and run

    An Asian female hit a car with her vehicle in Lot 308, and then took off in the direction of the Marshall apartments.

    Thursday, Jan. 18

    10:44 a.m.: Report of grand theft

    A laptop was stolen from the John Muir College Apartments last week. According to the computer’s Mac address, it was being used in a different location on campus as early as 25 minutes prior to the call. Report taken.

    12:23 p.m.: Bomb device found

    A man called police when he noticed a suspicious, tape-wrapped package inside his vehicle.

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