Crime on campus

by Quinn Owen

Bedtime burglary

A woman awoke to a burglary in her apartment early Thursday morning at the 5700 block of Montezuma Road. Around 4 a.m. the suspect, a bald, 5 foot 6 inch male, entered through an open window. The man fled, taking an iPhone, wallets and a laptop with him. San Diego State police were called to the scene to assist San Diego police officers with the investigation.

The San Diego Police Department could not release any additional information regarding the investigation since the suspect has not been found and the case remains open. Police are, however, working through probation records to narrow the search. Facial recognition technology has been implemented and applied to the police department mugshot database, according to SDSU Police Department Public Information Officer Capt. Joshua Mays.

Anyone with information regarding the incident should contact the SDSUPD at 619-594-1991. The anonymous Crime Stoppers hotline can be reached at 619-235-8477. You can also send an email to . Use the SDSU Police case number 14-0016249 for reference.

Student reports death threats

An SDSU student claimed his professor had made repeated death threats to him and his family. SDSU police were called to the Villa Alvarado Residence Hall on Alvarado Road Thursday afternoon in response.

According to Capt. Mays, officers determined the individual was delusional and his claims were entirely unfounded. No report or investigation into any professor has been initiated. The individual was taken to SDSU Counseling and Psychological Services.

Residence hall fight

An unidentified subject nearly started a fight at the Tacuba Residence Hall Saturday night. SDSU police responded just before midnight to calls for assistance. Those who came close to being assaulted by this individual stated he was intoxicated. Police took a report on the scene but were unable to make an arrest.

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