Mar. 29, 2010

Friday, March 19

? 2:44 a.m.: Alcohol contact

Two intoxicated white females were seen “running” by the Pangea Parking Structure. Field interview administered.

9:34 a.m.: Report of grand theft

? A telescope worth $600 was reported as stolen from the Biomedical Sciences Building.

2:24 p.m.: Welfare check

? An 11-year-old boy was reported as having a seizure; his mom was “being hysterical, but [his] dad seemed like things were fine.” Gone on arrival.

9:04 p.m.: Welfare check

? A male student with lupus was reported as missing from Village Building 4. Checks OK.

10:51 p.m.: Report of grand theft

? A Latino male in his 30s with long black hair and a “heavy build” was reported as stealing a vehicle from the North Mesa Apartments on Miramar Street. Unable to locate.

11:43 p.m.: Alcohol contact

? An intoxicated male was reported as running from the police on his Razor scooter, heading toward the Main Gym.

Saturday, March 20

12:12 a.m.: Welfare check

? An intoxicated female was seen vomiting at the Village Building 3. Checks OK.

2:04 a.m.: Possession of marijuana

? The scent of marijuana was detected at the Village Building One. Field interview administered.

4:25 p.m.: Suspicious person

? Four males wearing black — one in a ski mask — were seen in a “beat-up white sedan” at Lot 604. Verbal warning issued.

Sunday, March 21

12:42 p.m.: Medical aid

? A 43-year-old female had an “injured wrist” after “slipping and falling” at Naga Street.

12:48 p.m.: Battery

? A male with a moustache, sunglasses and blue spandex shorts was reported as hitting another male in the chest at the Spanos Athletic Training Facility. Field interview administered.

1:45 p.m.: Suspicious person

? An Asian male with a “bowl cut” and carrying binoculars was seen at Regents Road.

7:35 p.m.: Missing person

? The seven-months pregnant wife of a resident at the North Mesa Apartments was reported as missing.

Monday, March 22

7:29 a.m.: Report of vandalism

Graffiti and “shed things thrown around” were reported at the Service Yard.

8:51 a.m.: Medical aid

? A 60-year-old woman was reported as “bleeding from the head” at the Rebecca and John Moores Cancer Center.

2:14 p.m.: Medical aid

? A 16-year-old male reported having a “gash on [his] head” at RIMAC Field, but remained conscious and breathing.

3:42 p.m.: Suspicious person

? An elderly Asian couple was seen “dumpster diving” at Regents Road. Field interview administered.

Wednesday, March 24

11:18 a.m.: Animal call

? An “unaggressive” brown and white dog was reported as missing from Bonner Hall.

12:34 p.m.: Welfare check

? An 18-year-old female from Sixth College was reported as missing after posting that she was “sad” on Facebook. Checks OK.

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