Mar. 1, 2010

Friday, Feb. 19

12:28 a.m.: Trespass

? A student reported a strange male on her balcony at Bates hall. Gone on arrival.

2:42 a.m.: Discharging a firearm

? Two gunshots were fired around 12:35 a.m. near Goldberg Hall. Unable to locate.

8:03 a.m.: Grand theft

? A loss-prevention agent at the UCSD Bookstore requested to meet with an officer to give a report on “one that got away” with $103 headphones. Report taken.

Saturday, Feb. 20

12:27 a.m.: Illegal parking

? A party bus was blocking traffic in the middle of the road by Lot 207.

1:25 a.m.: Noise disturbance

? A student on the fourth floor of Tioga Hall reported “sounds like furniture moving” were coming from the fifth floor. Quiet on arrival.

1:17 p.m.: Vehicle disturbance

? Six people engaged in a verbal argument over a game at RIMAC Field. Checks OK.

10:58 p.m.: Suspicious person

? Two 50-year-old females were reported as sleeping outside the Cross-Cultural Center. Field interview administered.

Sunday, Feb. 21

12:24 a.m.: Explosion

? Two dry-ice bombs, one unexploded, were found by the Residential Life Office in Sixth College. Report taken.

10:17 a.m.: Disturbance

? A tall, balding, 40-year-old male in a dirty blue jacket, possibly on drugs or carrying a weapon, was reported as “violent and hitting vehicles” on La Jolla Village Dr. Information Only.

3:25 p.m.: Prostitution

? A female was questioned in the bathroom at York Hall. Information only.

7:08 p.m.: Recovered stolen vehicle

? A student spotted his car, which was stolen last month, in Hopkins Parking Structure.

Monday, Feb. 22

1:40 a.m.: Citizen contact

? An unknown number of individuals were reported as throwing eggs at a campus security officer’s vehicle from the second floor of the Village apartments. Unable to locate.

10:25 p.m.: Injury

? A 21-year-old male broke his leg while playing a game of soccer at RIMAC Field.

12:51 p.m.: Animal call

? A student reported “thousands of bees” on the south side of the Calit2 building.

Tuesday, Feb. 24

11:42 a.m.: Vandalism

? An unknown party spray-painted “Stop racism” in blue paint on the pillars outside York Hall. Information only.

Wednesday, Feb. 25

12:19 a.m.: Possession of marijuana

? An anonymous student in the Sixth College apartments reported that the smoke from a neighboring apartment was “strong enough to hurt her eyes.”

11:26 a.m.: Suspicious package

? Officers investigated a “fuming substance” in a box at the stairwell of the Natural Sciences Building, which was “probably dry ice.”

10:43 p.m.: Medical aid

? A four-year-old boy with croup was taken to the Emergency Room from Regents Road after developing breathing problems.

—Compiled by Hayley Bisceglia-Martin

News Editor