Crime Beat 09-06-11

by Bill Crotty

Civil disobedience
On Oct. 12, students who feel as though the recent ban on skateboarding and other forms of wheeled transportation on campus is unjust are planning to respond with civil disobedience. Among the more than 400 people who said they will attend, one person claimed, according to an inside source, the San Diego State Police Department will be making a greater effort to give out more tickets this Thursday.

Spike in campus crime
In a recent media bulletin sent out by the SDSUPD, several less-common reports were made by officers last Friday. In Parking Structure 4, a car was keyed and had a note left by the suspect. At approximately 10:30 a.m., close to $100 was taken from the SDSU Bookstore in what was described as a fraud / forgery case. Police also responded to a report citing possible drug activity in Zura Residence Hall, but the suspects were unable to be located near reported rooms.

-Compiled by News Editor Bill Crotty