Lights & Sirens

Lights & Sirens

Friday, Jan. 10
10:25 p.m. to 10:35 p.m.: Battery
The subject struck a nurse in the forearm near Campus Point Drive. Report taken.
11:53 p.m.: Vandalism
Police found graffiti on the west stairwell of Mandeville Center with an estimated damage cost of $200. Report taken.

Saturday, Jan. 11
2:05 a.m.: Citizen Contact
The subject activated a fire extinguisher in Harlan Hall. Report taken.

Sunday, Jan. 12
3:40 p.m.: Injury
The subject slipped in Frankfurter Hall, possibly breaking a leg. Transported to hospital by medics.

Monday, Jan. 13
2:12 a.m.: Citizen Contact
The subjects reported possible stalking by a roommate in the Village West Building 1. Report taken.
11:57 p.m.: Suspicious Person
Police found a transient by Sunshine Market. Information only.

Tuesday, Jan. 14
12:23 a.m.: Citizen Contact
A resident was found in a dumpster in Parking Lot 203. Checks OK.
8:37 p.m.: Fire
Subjects reported a trash can on fire at the Center for Magnetic Recording. Checks OK — subjects put out fire.
9:26 p.m.: Welfare Check
The subject was screaming at the intersection on Voigt Drive and Campus Point Drive. Unable to locate.

Wednesday, Jan. 15
2:37 p.m.: Animal Call
Medium-sized dogs were tied up at the Cardiovascular Center. Cancelled before dispatch.
4:48 p.m.: Violent Psych Subject
The subject was yelling and waving a stick in the Village East 2. Report taken.

Thursday, Jan. 16
2:26 a.m.: Information
A subject was reported to be playing with a laser in Tioga Hall. Unable to locate.
11:00 p.m.: Gang or Terrorist Threat
The subject received threatening text messages near the Central Mesa Apartments. Report taken.
1:56 p.m.: Welfare Check
The subject was crying and screaming near Eucalyptus Grove Lane. Gone on arrival.
3:51 p.m.: Welfare Check
The subject’s electric wheelchair lost power, requiring police assistance. Referred to other agency — ADA.
11:44 p.m.: Citizen Contact
The subject was yelling at a custodial staff member at the Rady School of Management. Report taken.

Lights and Sirens is compiled from the Police Crime Log at police.ucsd.edu

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