Lights and Sirens

    Friday, Feb. 29

    12:39 a.m.: Noise

    The sounds of someone “falling over and over” were heard
    at Europe Hall. Quiet on arrival.

    12:06 p.m.:
    General disturbance

    A female in her 30s wearing a purple blazer and loafers
    was reported as “giving a speech and calling students names” on Library Walk.
    The reporting party was unsure if the woman had been drinking or taking drugs.
    Field interview administered.

    12:25 p.m.:
    Citizen contact

    A student reported a male jumping up to her third-floor

    1:38 p.m.:
    Brandishing a weapon

    A white 50-year-old male was reported as brandishing a
    knife toward a female on the bus at the VA Hospital.

    Saturday, March 1

    3:09 a.m.: Welfare

    A male was seen vomiting in the back seat of a black Sedan
    at Voigt Drive.

    10:55 a.m.:
    Welfare check

    A 7-year-old was reported as stuck behind the sliding
    door of an MRI machine at the School
    of Medicine

    2:02 p.m.:
    Fireworks disturbance

    A female reported a construction worker pushing her
    husband “so hard that he fell on his face” at Price
    . Arrest misdemeanor.

    8:51 p.m.: Noise

    A Porter’s Pub event unapproved by the university was
    reported as causing excessive noise. Checks OK.

    Sunday, March 2

    1:38 a.m.:
    Domestic disturbance

    A female’s boyfriend was reported as grabbing her leg and
    refusing to let her leave his Miramar Street
    residence. Will cooperate.

    2:17 a.m.: Noise

    Ongoing group wrestling was reported at Galathea Hall,
    despite a resident adviser’s attempt to intervene.

    2:47 a.m.: Welfare check

    An unknown subject was seen attempting to enter the Sixth
    College apartments by throwing objects at dorm room windows.

    2:48 p.m.: Animal call

    Bees were reported as swarming into the Northview
    Information Booth.

    Monday, March 3

    9:02 a.m.: Suspicious person

    A homeless female was reported as repeatedly falling
    asleep on the bathroom floor at the Visual Arts building. Field interview

    3:34 p.m.: Suspicious package

    A black mail carrier in his late 20s refused to “take
    ‘no’ for an answer” when delivering multiple packages addressed to the wrong
    person at University Centers Building 202.

    7:02 p.m.: General disturbance

    Two females and one male were reported as smashing glass
    bottles with a hammer at Pangea Parking Structure.

    Wednesday, March 5

    11:22 a.m.: Suspicious package

    A large “suspicious” box was left by an unknown subject
    in a car parked at Pepper Canyon Hall.

    4:58 p.m.: Citizen contact

    Students at Lot 114 were reported as arguing over “times
    for using the kilns.” When questioned by police, one subject responded, “Shove
    it up your ass.” Report taken.

    5:56 p.m.: Report of grand theft

    A laptop was reported as stolen from the eighth floor of
    Geisel Library. Although the theft was not witnessed, the subject reported
    seeing “a similar laptop” at the library.

    Thursday, March 6

    11:40 p.m.: Argument disturbance

    A male wearing a sweatshirt and shorts was reported as
    arguing with a female, grabbing her by the arm, and dragging her toward the
    Rady School of Management. Unable to locate.

    More to Discover
    Donate to The UCSD Guardian
    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
    Our Goal