Lights and Sirens (May 9, 2011)

    Friday, April 29

    10:48 a.m.: Suspicious package

    ? The reporter found a suspicious package with no shipping label at the Social Sciences Building. Unfounded.

    11:31 a.m.: Citizen contact

    ? A rattlesnake was found by the Career Services Center parking trailer door, and there was no response from the EHS pest line. Information only.

    3:55 p.m.: Argument disturbance

    ? A verbally abusive male refused to leave the LGBT building at Student Center B. Report taken.

    Saturday, April 30

    9:19 a.m.: Animal call

    ? There were “more bees making another hive” at Building A 103 at Preuss School. Referred to other agency.

    12:06 p.m.: Animal call

    ? Bees were all over the main entrance of Center Hall. The area was closed off. Referred to other agency.

    Sunday, May 1, 2011

    2:15 p.m.: Medical aid

    ? A 19-year-old, still conscious and breathing, was having a reaction to expired soda at Panda Express in Price Center. Information only.

    Monday, May 2, 2011

    6:33 a.m.: Minor injury accident report

    ? A vehicle and scooter collided into each other on Genesee Avenue. Report taken.

    10:29 a.m.: Report of grand theft

    ? About $1,200 to $1,500 worth of copper was taken from a contractor’s trailer at Meteor Hall. Report taken.

    10:58 a.m.: Minor injury accident

    ? A skateboarder at the Applied Physics and Mathematics building was bleeding from the mouth and ears after a collision with a vehicle, but was still conscious and breathing. Report taken.

    1:12 p.m.: Information

    ? A large house cat chased after a reporter and jumped on her and her baby at the North Mesa Apartments. Information only.

    9:18 p.m.: Suspicious person

    ? A male dropped his backpack beneath a sign at Homeplate and took off running. Cancelled after dispatch.

    Tuesday, May 3

    8:43 a.m.: Illegal camping

    ? A male transient was sleeping in the garden by La Jolla Playhouse with several bags nearby. Information only.

    12:05 p.m.: Possession of drugs

    ? A male in Thornton Hospital had a balloon with a white substance removed from a female patient’s stomach. Checks OK.

    Wednesday, May 4

    1:25 a.m.: Possession of marijuana

    ? The reporter said that eight or nine people were smoking in a suite at Marshall Apartments. Field interview administered.

    7:17 a.m.: Information

    ? An unknown subject used his or her finger to write a message on the reporter’s windshield at Pangea Parking Structure. Information only.

    10:49 a.m.: Report of vandalism

    ? The reporter at Supercomputer Center believed that a bullet was shot at a window. Report taken.

    7:04 p.m.: Medical aid

    ? A 50-year-old reporter was feeling dizzy and vomiting at Warren Lecture Hall. Referred to other agency.

    Thursday, May 5

    3:38 p.m.: Person down

    ? A male in his 60s was carrying a brown bag of liquor and was unconscious near Rock Bottom. Field interview administered.

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