Last week, there were fewer reports of cars broken into and even fewer stolen bicycles.
However, several less-common reports were made in the daily reports published by the San Diego State Police Department. Several DUI charges were filed by the SDSUPD as well, however only one incident involved an SDSU student, which occurred last Saturday.
On Tuesday, an officer observed a verbal argument between two subjects and conducted a field interview. One was described as having a short Afro and wearing a black jacket and the second was said to be in his 50s, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and a blue shirt. About an hour later, a disturbing the peace report was made at the nearby SDSU Office of Housing Administration on Montezuma Road with two subjects matching the same description. In the former, the officer only conducted the interview, but the subjects reported disturbing the peace were issued citations.
Shortly after noon last Wednesday, the Extended Studies Center on Hardy Avenue was vandalized, with three letters spray painted in green on the building. At about the same time, a $200 miter was reported stolen from “Music” on Campanile Drive. At 8:22 p.m. on the same day, two non-SDSU students were arrested at Betty’s HotDogger near the Arts and Letters building on campus and charged with identity theft, possession of stolen property, forgery, being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of burglary tools and driving on a suspended license.
There were no significant reports made on Thanksgiving, however on Saturday a 24-year-old intoxicated male was transported to Alvarado Medical Center after hitting his head on a cement step during an altercation with another subject. He was bleeding, but still conscious, breathing and aggressive, according to the report.
On Sunday, in the garage under the Student Services building by Aztec Circle Drive, a smell of sulfur and possibly gas was reported close to the stairwell on the opposite side of the elevator. Officers responding to the call were unable to locate the source but did confirm the odor of sulfur near the northern stairwell and notified SDSU Physical Plant.