Lights & Sirens (Mar. 7, 2011)

    Friday, Feb. 25

    11:49 p.m.: Information

    ? Someone threw apples out of a window at The Village. Unable to locate.

    Saturday, Feb. 26

    7:33 a.m.: Non-injury accident

    ? A catering truck hit the bollards at Housing and Dining, damaging the passenger side. Report taken.

    11:54 p.m.: Drunk in public

    ? An 18-year-old female with alcohol poisoning was lying on the ground vomiting. Arrest misdemeanor.

    Sunday, Feb. 27

    4:34 a.m.: Welfare check

    ? A group was seen carrying a male into Earl’s Place. Arrest misdemeanor.

    8:17 a.m.: Information

    A small tree fell down and partially blocked the road at Coast Apartments on Redwood Drive. Referred to other agency.

    Monday, Feb. 28

    9:52 a.m.: Citizen contact

    ? The reporter found a note containing threatening language in an elevator at Canyon Vista. Information only.

    12:05 p.m.: Assist other agency

    ? Housing and Dining Services suspended two employees for fighting. Information only.

    12:56 p.m.: Medical aid

    ? A 20-year-old’s heart was racing at Burger King in Price Center. Referred to other agency.

    5:32 p.m.: Suspicious person

    ? A male in his twenties with a tattoo on the left side of his neck scammed the reporter out of $40 for a magazine subscription somewhere between Geisel Library and Center Hall. Unable to locate.

    7:31 p.m.: Medical aid

    ? A male in his 50s, possibly a professor, was bleeding from his head at Pacific Hall. He said he had the stomach flu and kept falling several times. Information only.

    Tuesday, March 1

    12:24 a.m.: Suspicious person

    ? A man in his 50s was “walking with a motive” with a shirt tied around his head like a bandana at Mandeville Center. Unable to locate.

    5:28 p.m.: Suspicious person

    ? A male with tools was trying to get into a vehicle at Miramar Parking Structure. Checks OK.

    7:34 p.m.: Suspicious person

    ? A “thin man in a dark jacket” was talking to himself with no weapons. Unable to locate.

    Wednesday, March 2

    2:27 p.m.: Citizen contact

    ? Someone from an upper floor of The Village Building 2 threw a battery at a staff member. Information only.

    Thursday, March 3

    11:02 a.m.: Citizen contact

    ? Something inside the Biomedical Library “smelled bad, like a bad aftershave or air freshener,” and it was beginning to impact employees and make them leave the building. Referred to other agency.

    3:55 p.m.: Information

    ? A cancer patient complained that the parking representative at the Health Sciences Building was “really mean to him.” The representative claimed that he worked for the police department and would not move from his chair to help people. Information only.

    4:41 p.m.: Stalking

    ? A female was stalking a playwright at Mandell Weiss Theatre and was last seen in a restricted dressing room with a camera. Field interview administered.

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