Lights and Sirens

    Friday, Nov. 16
    1:04 a.m.: Vandalism
    ▶ A reporter heard and smelled spray paint being used at Mandeville Center.
    5:18 a.m.: Citizen contact
    ▶ A student, not supposed to be sleeping in the area, was discovered in a Blake Hall lounge. Field interview administered.
    12:20 p.m.: Suicide attempt
    ▶ A woman with a history of suicidal threats told her husband that she had taken three pills of unknown origin. Medics responded to her Regents Road location.
    12:47 p.m.: Noise disturbance
    ▶ Students listening to music at Thurgood Marshall College field allegedly disrupted a nearby class.
    6:39 p.m.: General disturbance
    ▶ A soccer team, consisting of 15 to 20 people, refused to leave Earl Warren College field. Two males were reported as arguing. Checks OK.
    10:18 p.m.: Noise disturbance
    ▶ Residents of South Mesa Apartments were reported as talking loudly and using foul language. Quiet on arrival.

    Saturday, Nov. 17
    12:39 a.m.: Alcohol contact
    ▶ A male and a female were reported as “hanging on each other” in Lot 402. Field interview administered.
    2:13 p.m.: Suspicious vehicle
    ▶ An unoccupied car in Lot 102 had its trunk open.
    8:08 p.m.: Citizen contact
    ▶ A Beagle Hall resident reported that someone may have made a “fast exit” from his room. He said his roommate had given their key to another person, but did not notice anything missing.
    8:08 p.m.: Fire
    ▶ A car was reported as on fire in Lot 357.
    11:53 p.m.: Fight disturbance
    ▶ A white female and an Asian female, both in their mid-20s and believed to have been drinking, fought in Lot 102. Arrest misdemeanor.

    Sunday, Nov. 18
    3:13 p.m.: Argument disturbance
    ▶ An Asian male in his 20s used his vehicle to block a woman from leaving Lot 103. Checks OK.
    11:56 p.m.: Citizen contact
    ▶ A 17-year-old high school student that was kicked out of her house by her mother was reported as staying in a Discovery Hall lounge until she could catch a bus back to Oceanside. Report taken.

    Monday, Nov. 19
    2:11 a.m.: Fireworks disturbance
    ▶ A John Muir College resident adviser reported seeing a sky rocket. Unable to locate.
    3:56 p.m.: Report of petty theft
    ▶ An MP3 player, charger and identification card were stolen from a car at Student Services Center. Referred to other agency.
    7:58 p.m.: Report of petty theft
    ▶ A wallet was stolen from a locked RIMAC Arena locker.
    8:05 p.m.: Report of petty theft
    ▶ A second wallet was stolen from a locked RIMAC Arena locker. The suspect used tools to cut the lock.

    Tuesday, Nov. 20
    7:35 a.m.: Report of petty theft
    ▶ A female employee reported $50 stolen from her wallet at Campus Services Complex Building H, possibly by a coworker.
    4:24 p.m.: Animal call
    ▶ A large one-eyed dog, believed to be a Chow mix, sat unleashed under a tree at North Mesa Apartments. The dog appeared to be “uneasy or sick.”
    11:30 p.m.: Noise disturbance
    ▶ A group of females were anonymously reported as “yelling and screaming” at Oceania Hall.

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