SDSU crime and incident report: Public intoxication, battery, petty theft

by Alex Piscatelli, Staff Writer

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Public intoxication

A student in Chapultepec Hall was acting aggressively toward the Residential Education staff while intoxicated on Friday night around 11:30 p.m.

San Diego State Police arrested him for disorderly conduct resulting from public intoxication, Cpl. Mark Peterson said.


Battery was reported at Sigma Alpha Epsilon at 11:32 a.m. on Sunday.

A report was taken, according to SDSU police.

Petty theft

A non-SDSU student was arrested on around 8 a.m. Monday morning after SDSU police received calls to the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Starbucks.

Reports said the man was taking food without paying.

He was arrested on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant.

Another man was attempting to cut off bike locks on 2 p.m Tuesday near the Education and Business Administration building.

He was described as approximately 30 years old with a blonde ponytail, tattoos on his arms and a knife in his pocket and on his belt buckle.

SDSUPD was unable to locate him.

Suspicious person

There were reports of a suspicious man in Parking Structure 1 around 9:42 a.m. Tuesday.

Officers contacted the subject and arrested him for an outstanding warrant, Capt. Joshua Mays said.

A man was reportedly yelling at trees and possibly masturbating to passing females by Parking Lot F on Wednesday before 8 p.m..

He was asked to leave and thought to be possibly mentally ill, Capt. Joshua Mays said.

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