Lights & Sirens

Lights & Sirens

Monday, Dec. 23
1:00 a.m.: Information
A female heard screaming in the canyon area near Allen Field. Referred to other agency — SDPD.
10:40 a.m.: Fire
Police found a tree on fire thrown out of a window. Referred to other agency — SDPD & SDFD.

Wednesday, Dec. 25
2:41 a.m.: Suspicious Person
The subject was possibly casing for theft near Argo Hall. Information only.
Unknown time: Missing Person
Family members reported that a student had missed a flight home and was yet to be heard from. Report taken.

Thursday, Dec. 26
1:17 a.m.: Citizen Contact
The subject locked a key inside of a Rita Atkinson residence. Information only.

Saturday, Dec. 28
3:35 p.m.: Welfare Check
Police found a subject yelling for help. Field interview administered.

Sunday, Dec. 29
1:30 a.m.: Unknown Trouble
A subject heard screaming due to a verbal argument. Information only.
11:27 p.m.: Noise Disturbance
Police heard howling in the Village Building 1. Unable to locate.

Monday, Dec. 30
3:51 p.m.: Hazardous Materials Incident
Police found a subject with a punctured finger due to a sharp object from a shredder. Referred to other agency — EH&S.
9:52 p.m.: Drunk in Public
A student was arrested for being drunk in public in the Village. Closed by adult arrest.

Wednesday, Jan. 1
12:29 a.m.: Assist Other Agency
Lifeguards on the Scripps Institute of Oceanography pier reported the illegal launch of a jet ski. Field interview administered.
8:22 p.m.: Suicide Attempt
A subject made suicidal threats to his girlfriend in the Rita Atkinson Residences. Report taken.

Lights and Sirens is compiled from the Police Crime Log at

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