Lights and Sirens

    Friday, Nov. 7
    12:35 a.m.: Citizen contact
    ▶ A possible transient was seen “going through trash, taking cigarette butts” on Library Walk.
    10:06 a.m.: Citizen contact
    ▶ A white male in his 30s, possibly intoxicated, was reported as yelling about “a skate ramp on campus” at RIMAC Arena. Unable to locate.
    10:51 a.m.: Suspicious person
    ▶ A white female with light brown hair was reported as “[hanging] out in the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Library all day, [asking] people for rides” and “[taking] showers at Hubbs Hall.” Field interview administered.
    10:40 p.m.: Suspicious circumstance
    ▶ A possible dry-ice bomb exploded at Lot 208.
    10:48 p.m.: Party disturbance
    ▶ Students at a Brown Hall apartment party were reported as “throwing chairs” and “urinating” off the balcony. Field interview administered.

    Saturday, Nov. 8
    12:35 a.m.: Suspicious person
    ▶ A custodian reported two males wearing camouflage pants as “[hiding] behind the wall” when they saw the reporting party at the Stein loading dock.
    6:12 a.m.: Suspicious person
    ▶ A female wearing a blue jogging suit was seen Dumpster diving at Gilman Parking Structure. Gone on arrival.
    11:33 a.m.: Suspicious person
    ▶ A Latino male in his 20s wearing a white “Marines” T-shirt was reported as walking up to students and attempting to “get [their] information” at Pangea Drive. Gone on arrival.

    Sunday, Nov. 9
    4:45 a.m.: Medical aid
    ▶ A 17-year-old reported feeling nauseous and “like she [was] going to die” after taking two Ecstasy pills.
    Monday, Nov. 10
    10:34 a.m.: Citizen contact
    ▶ Mirrors in the fourth-floor bathroom at OceanView Terrace were reported as broken by an unknown suspect.
    12:49 p.m.: Suspicious person
    ▶ A fair-skinned, clean-shaven male wearing a maroon sweatshirt and tan hat was seen on the footpath headed toward Thornton Hospital. Unable to locate.

    Tuesday, Nov. 11
    2:41 a.m.: Reckless driving
    ▶ Two subjects were seen driving a golf cart without a license on Gilman Drive. Unable to locate.
    2:01 p.m.: Welfare check
    ▶ A “concerned mom” reported not hearing from her son for days, after repeatedly calling and e-mailing him. Checks OK.

    Wednesday, Nov. 12
    2:30 p.m.: Suspicious person
    ▶ A white 20-year-old male with brown curly hair and a red plaid shirt was seen “fiddling around with his pants,” but “did not expose himself.” Unable to locate.
    5:23 p.m.: Petty theft
    ▶ A suspected nurse was reported as stealing narcotics on the basement level of Thornton Hospital over a two-month period of time.

    Thursday, Nov. 13
    12:58 a.m.: Suspicious person
    ▶ Two white men in their 20s were seen “checking out the bike rack for a long time” at Price Center. Unable to locate.
    2:23 p.m.: Suspicious person
    ▶ An Asian male in his late 30s with a black ponytail and a “USA” baseball cap was seen sitting by the fountain in Revelle Plaza.

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