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Crime and Incident Report: fraternities burglarized, disturbing the peace

by Alex Piscatelli, Staff Writer

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On Monday, March 28, a student reported to the San Diego State Police Department that his room at the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity house had been burglarized the day prior.

According to the report, a backpack, microphone and some electrical equipment had been stolen.

An investigation is currently ongoing, said SDSUPD Cpl. Mark Peterson.


SDSUPD received a report of another burglary at the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity house later that same day.

According to the report, this was a hot prowl burglary, or one that occurs while people are in their home.

SDSUPD detained one subject, but no arrests have been made at this time.

An investigation is currently ongoing, said Cpl. Peterson.

Vehicle theft

On Tuesday, March 29, officers received a report of a vehicle being burglarized from Parking Lot A. A report was taken for the burglary.

Later in the day, around 6:30 p.m., the same reporting party said their car was now missing.

The vehicle is a 2007 Ford Crown Vic with a Vetality Corp. company wrap. It also has a bumper sticker on the back that says Amazon Associates.

An investigation for the stolen vehicle is currently ongoing, said Cpl. Peterson.

Disturbing the peace

A man was arrested at the MTS Transit Center on March 29 around 7:30 p.m.

He was contacted by SDSUPD after walking in the middle of the tracks and disrupting trains.

Officers arrested him for public intoxication.

While he was being arrested, he kicked at the officers multiple times, said Cpl. Peterson.

He was also cited for resisting arrest.

Petty theft

On Monday, April 4 around noon, a non-SDSU student was arrested for petty theft.

He attempted to steal from the SDSU Bookstore.

Officers arrived and arrested him on the scene.

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