Lights and Sirens


    Friday, May 24

    Unknown Time.: Vandalism
    ?A glass door at Rita Atkinson Residences was shattered; the damage was $500. Report taken.
    9:35 a.m.: Citizen Contact
    ?There was a suspicious person at Blacks Beach gate with an unleashed dog. Information only.
    2:34 p.m.: Information
    ?There was a possible theft of gasoline from a vehicle in Gilman Parking Structure. Information only. 

    Monday, May 27

    1:36 a.m.: Noise Disturbance
    ?It sounded like a power tool was being used outside of Rita Atkinson Residences. Unable to locate.
    3:29 a.m.: Hazard Situation
    ?At La Jolla Shores Drive there appeared to be a series of cones going in both directions, blocking traffic — possible prank. Information only.
    1:06 p.m.: Reckless Driving
    ?There was a report of a motorist driving erratically around Geisel Library, appeared angry and upset. Unable to locate.
    6:57 p.m.: Citizen Contact
    ?Citizens had glass bottles on the Scripps Beach. Verbal warning issued. 

    Tuesday, May 28

    12:17 a.m.: Welfare Check
    ?The male subject was reclined in the driver seat of a vehicle while the engine was running in Pangea Parking Structure. Field interview.
    12:00 p.m.: Citizen Contact
    ?There was a complaint of a bicycle possibly being tampered with. Information only.
    5:20 p.m.: Animal Call
    ?A dog at Rita Atkinson Residences was barking for over an hour. Information only.
    6:46 p.m.: Welfare Check
    ?There was a possible suicidal subject in the Revelle Apartments. Transported to County Mental Health Facility.
    7:22 p.m.: Injury
    ?A young adult male fell down the stairs of Sixth College Residential Life. Transported to hospital by Community Service Officer.
    10:12 p.m..: Noise Disturbance
    ?People were screaming and laughing for over an hour at 1 Miramar Building 3. Gone on arrival. 

    Wednesday, May 29

    12:04 a.m.: Medical Aid
    ?A young adult female in Matthews Apartments was experiencing pain in her legs and a fever. Transported to hospital.
    12:21 a.m.: Citizen Contact
    ?Someone in the Marshall Apartments West tampered with their smoke detector. Residential Security Officer report taken.
    4:40 a.m.: Suspicious Person
    ?The subject was knocking on ex-girlfriend’s door, trying to contact her. He was arrested over a violation of a domestic violence protective order. Closed by adult arrest.
    8:09 p.m.: Theft
    ?An unknown subject took a refrigerator from a lab in the Center for Molecular Medicine. Extra patrol was requested. Information only. 

    Thursday, May 30

    12:31 a.m.: Unknown Trouble
    ?Someone heard screaming in The Village West Building 2. Unable to locate.
    2:16 p.m.: Vandalism
    ?There were chalk drawings along the whole length of Library Walk, possible art project. Checks OK.
    11:42 p.m.: Call for Help
    ?Screaming was heard in Galbraith Hall. Checks OK.
    11:49 p.m.: Welfare Check
    ?A male was seen vomiting in Lot 103. Field Interview.

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