Nov. 23, 2009

Saturday, Nov. 14

5:13 a.m.: Suspicious person

? Four unknown subjects were seen “running around” the Student Services Center. Unable to locate.

7:41 a.m.: Animal call

? A woman reported a “coyote … following her and her dog in [the] canyon” by Miramar Rd.

Sunday, Nov. 15

1:42 a.m.: Person down

? A person wearing a white shirt and underwear was seen lying under the talking trees near Geisel Library.

4:58 p.m.: Incomplete wireless call

? A “hysterical female” reported that “two dogs were trying to kill her dog.”

Monday, Nov. 16

12:20 a.m.: Citizen contact

? An unknown subject was reported as stealing Chancellor Marye Anne Fox’s placard at Lot 310. Arrest misdemeanor.

12:15 p.m.: Drunk in public

? An intoxicated white male carrying a tote bag was reported as “falling into the street.” Arrest misdemeanor.

12:41 p.m. Brandishing a weapon

? A 20-year-old white female with black hair was seen “sitting on a bench with a blank handgun,” possibly a “squirt gun.” Unable to locate.

6:11 p.m.: Attempt to contact

? A female student driving a silver Jaguar was reported as missing after failing to attend a scheduled dinner with her father.

Tuesday, Nov. 17

8:37 a.m.: Suspicious person

? A 30- to 40-year-old black male was seen at the Shiley Eye Center parking lot “yelling at people and throwing rocks at cars.”

11:15 a.m.: Report of grand theft

? A projector and a cash box containing $250 were stolen from the Ludwig Institute at the Center for Molecular Medicine.

12:40 p.m.: Suspicious person

? A six-foot white male in his 20s with a “long, thin beard at the end of [his] chin” was reported as making people uncomfortable after “approaching [them] about a communications project.” Field interview administered.

Wednesday, Nov. 18

12:40 p.m.: Noise disturbance

? The Deejays and Vinylphiles Club was reported as playing “loud music for over 20 minutes” at the Student Center. Will cooperate.

3:37 p.m.: Citizen contact

? A female student reported “receiving calls from a restricted number for the past two weeks” from a male who makes sexual comments, saying that he “sees her and is watching her.”

Thursday, Nov. 19

1:39 a.m.: Call for help

? A female was heard screaming for help after seeing a “male dressed in black walking toward her.”

1:40 a.m.: Noise disturbance

? An unknown group was reported as causing excess noise while playing Rock Band at Earth Hall South.

10:20 a.m.: Citizen contact

? A Sixth College female reported identity theft after an unknown subject logged into her TritonLink account and dropped one of her classes.

11:28 a.m.: Citizen contact

? A 66-year-old white male in a baseball hat was seen carrying a satanic sign and talking about “weird sex perverts” at Library Walk.

12:31 p.m.: Citizen contact

? A female reported feeling “threatened” by boys “coming over without permission,” and by her roommates, who “glared at her.”

— Compiled by Sonia Minden

Senior Staff Writer

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