Lights and Sirens (April 11, 2011)

    Friday, April 1

    9:40 a.m.: Hazardous situation

    ? Smoke was seen coming out of a trash can by York Hall. Checks OK.

    10:16 p.m.: Medical aid

    ? An intoxicated female fell and possibly hit her head in Parking Lot 704. Arrest misdemeanor.

    10:49 p.m.: Suspicious person

    ? The subject ran out of the ER ambulance entrance, possibly under the influence. Cancelled before dispatch.

    Saturday, April 2

    12:26 a.m.: Drag racing

    ? Two black vehicles were seen racing down La Jolla Village Drive. Unable to locate.

    12:31 a.m.: General disturbance

    ? Students were throwing eggs at each other at the Village. Information only.

    Sunday, April 3

    2:40 a.m.: Welfare check

    ? Someone was vomiting out of a dark vehicle at Nobel Drive. Referred to other agency.

    3:06 p.m.: Information

    ? Someone broke into a Pepsi vending machine at the Center for Molecular Medicine. Information only.

    Monday, April 4

    9:18 a.m.: Suspicious person

    ? A shirtless man with “camo pants” was yelling profanities and playing the flute on the Northwest side of Stein Clinical Research Building. Gone on arrival.

    Tuesday, April 5

    6:12 a.m.: Illegal camping

    ? There has been “chronic illegal camping” occurring on the west side of RIMAC at night. Field interview administered.

    7:08 a.m.: Illegal camping

    ? A male was seen sleeping in a sleeping bag on a bench outside Fireside Lounge. Field interview administered.

    12:41 p.m.: Accident, minor injury

    ? A male fell off his bike at the intersection of Rupertus Lane and Myers Drive and bled from his forehead, eye, mouth and hand, and was unconscious. Report taken.

    Wednesday, April 6

    12:11 a.m.: Welfare check

    ? The reporter at Matthews Apartments was concerned for his friend, who sounded “out of it” and was rambling on the phone. Checks OK.

    12:15 a.m.: Suspicious person

    ? A male in a yellow raincoat and bike helmet was loitering around Burger King at Price Center. Field interview administered.

    Thursday, April 7

    8:00 a.m.: Fraud

    ? Two females used fake IDs and fake Social Security numbers to get treatment and pain medication at Urgent Care on Campus Point Drive. Field interview administered.

    11:59 a.m.: Suspicious package

    ? A returned FedEx package at the post office in Price Center contained marijuana. Report taken.

    4:44 p.m.: Suspicious person

    ? The subject entered the campus card room at Student Services Center, appearing very agitated, and threw his necklace across the room. Gone on arrival.

    6:53 p.m.: Identity theft

    ? The reporter at Matthews Apartments said that someone in India used her debit card for $1,146.63. Report taken.

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