Lights and Sirens (April 4, 2011)

    Thursday, March 24
    4:45 a.m.: Suspicious person
    ? A person of unknown gender was sleeping in a sleeping bag at Center Hall. Gone on arrival.
    3:28 p.m.: Information
    ? The reporter found an opened bundle of marijuana on the beach at Scripps Pier, but it was “mulchy and had been in the water [sic] a long time.” Information only.

    Friday, March 25
    4:38 a.m.: Suspicious person
    ? An Asian male who was biking around left his bike and ran off with a video camera near the ATM machines at Price Center. Field interview administered.

    Saturday, March 26
    11:33 a.m.: Injury
    ? An adult male fell off his bike while trying to avoid crashing into a vehicle near RIMAC and possibly dislocated his shoulder. Referred other agency.
    5:51 p.m.: Citizen contact
    ? The reporter, who offered a couple a ride to Scripps in his car, noticed his wallet was missing the day after and his credit cards were charged. Report taken.
    7:19 p.m.: Medical aid
    ? A 27-year-old husband-and-wife duo tried a prescription of medical marijuana for the first time and began panicking and got dry mouth, saying they “don’t feel themselves.” Information only.

    Sunday, March 27
    9:10 a.m.: Injury
    ? Two females at Warren Field were conscious and breathing but not alert. Referred to other agency.
    2:08 p.m.: Welfare check
    ? An officer “initiated activity” on an elderly woman at Pangea Parking Structure. Checks OK.
    Monday, March 28
    12:16 p.m.: Report of petty theft
    ? A thief stole some bike parts, wheels and a bike seat sometime over spring break. Information only.
    12:37 p.m.: Injury
    ? A male in his 70s or 80s fell and “hit his head pretty hard” at Shiley Eye Center on Campus Point Drive. Information only.
    2:51 p.m.: Citizen contact
    ? The reporter came to Campus Services Complex and complained that she thinks her roommate may have poisoned her soy milk. Information only.

    Tuesday, March 29
    9:26 a.m.: Domestic violence
    ? A male was yelling and a woman was crying, but he was speaking a different language so it was “unknown what he was yelling.” Checks OK.
    12:07 p.m.: Suicide attempt
    ? A male was half outside his window on the fifth floor of the west side of Tioga Hall saying he is going to jump, but he just went back inside. Checks OK.

    Wednesday, March 30
    11:14 a.m.: Medical aid
    ? A resident of Marshall Apartments had an allergic reaction to peanut butter on their face and had trouble breathing. Information only.

    Thursday, March 31
    7:03 p.m.: Illegal parking
    ? A red Mustang in Lot 701 rolled out of its parking space and collided with two trucks. Information only.

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