Lights & Sirens: Week of Oct. 14

    Friday, Oct. 14
    ? 2:40 a.m.: Disturbance
    The subject was asking too many questions about his or her former spouse’s whereabouts. Information only.
    ? 2:50 a.m.: Disturbance
    There was a domestic dispute at South Mesa Apartments. Information only.
    ? 5:59 p.m.: Welfare check
    There was a suicidal subject at Geisel Library. Transported to San Diego County Mental Health.
    ? 8:38 p.m.: Welfare check
    A young female was sitting in the dirt at the intersection of Villa La Jolla Drive and Gilman Drive. Gone on arrival.
    ? 12:24 p.m.: Disturbance
    A pillow fight at I-Walk was causing a disturbance. Information only.

    Saturday, Oct. 15
    ? 12:10 a.m.: Citizen contact
    A student lit candles inside Marshall Residence Halls. Will cooperate.
    ? 1:43 a.m.: Noise disturbance
    A group of people was outside Black Hall drinking and talking really loud. Filed interview administered.
    ? 1:47 a.m.: Welfare check
    The subject’s foot got stuck in the door at Revelle Apartments and was bleeding. Information only.
    ? 4:30 p.m.: Citizen contact
    Possible terrorist threats were made on the city bus. Report taken.

    Sunday, Oct. 16
    ? 12:01 a.m.: Medical aid
    A female was passed out in a handicap stall at a bathroom in Price Center. Medics responded – Checks OK.
    ? 1:02 a.m.: Citizen contact
    Two minors at Lot 402 received citations for possession and use of false ID and consumption of alcohol. One Transported to Detox, two adult citations issued.
    ? 7:24 a.m.: Report of battery
    A male who was rushing line after Something Awesome shut down, choked the reporting party. Information only.
    ? 11:43 p.m.: Suspicious sound
    A possible gunshot or firecracker went off at Middle of Muir. Unable to locate.

    Monday, Oct. 17
    ? 6 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.: Burglary
    A burglar stole $1,000 worth of property at La Jolla Del Sol Apartments. Report taken.
    ? 11:51 p.m.: Noise disturbance
    Someone had the base turned up too loud at 1 Miramar Building 1. Will cooperate.

    Tuesday, Oct. 18
    ? 3:46 a.m.: Medical aid
    A young male at the intersection of La Jolla Shores Drive said he fell down a cliff and was requesting medics. Transported to hospital.
    ? 9:13 a.m.: Welfare check
    An ill female was not responding to any of the reporting party’s text messages. Checks OK.
    ? 9:47 a.m.: Disturbance
    A patient was yelling at the staff at Shiley Eye Center. Field interview administered.

    Wednesday, Oct. 19
    7:48 a.m.: Suspicious person
    An adult male who was tampering with bicycles at Argo Hall was arrested. Closed by adult arrest.
    11:33 a.m.: Suspicious person
    A person who was at Rogers Place earlier, returned, making the staff uncomfortable. Stay away order issued.
    6:09 p.m.: Injury
    An adult male was bleeding from his head and hands because the glass doors at Chase Bank shattered on him. Transported to Thornton Hospital.

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