SDSU crime and incident report: Burglary, drunk driver

by Alex Piscatelli, Staff Writer


A resident of Sanctuary Apartments reported a burglary had just occurred as he was arriving home from winter break in early January.

While the student was gone, multiple people broke into his apartment and squatted for an unknown period of time, San Diego State Police Cpl. Mark Peterson said.

The suspects were running out of the man’s apartment when he arrived home, taking some of the his belongings.

SDSU Police is currently investigating the incident.

On the weekend of Jan 9., a burglary occurred at Porter’s Market on Hardy Avenue.

A laptop, cash from the register, a safe and a video surveillance box were stolen, according to SDSU Police.

No suspects have been found.

Drunk driver

A man was arrested the morning of Jan. 18 around 1 a.m. for driving while under the influence.

He was arrested at Parking Structure 4, according to SDSU Police.

Suspicious circumstances

On Thursday, Jan. 14, shortly after midnight, SDSU Police received a report of suspects in a vehicle starting fights by the physics astronomy building.

According to a report, the subjects chased a contractor vehicle through Aztec Circle Drive.

The subject’s vehicle is described as a dark blue Dodge Magnum with tinted windows.

The vehicle fled the area before officers arrived, Peterson said.

Contact SDSU police at 619-594-1991 with any information regarding these cases.

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