Monday, March 29
3:56 p.m. PETTY THEFT
An unidentified man in the J. Paul Leonard Library stole a studentís textbook from her backpack. Loss: $200.
5:29 p.m. PETTY THEFT
An unsecured bicycle was stolen from in front of the Cesar Chavez Student Center. Loss: $300.
Tuesday, March 30
1:30 p.m. FOUND PROPERTY
A wallet containing cash was found and turned in to the University Police Department.
3:47 p.m. BURGLARY
An unknown person entered a Village at Centennial Square residentís unlocked apartment and stole his XBOX, a video-gaming system, while he was sleeping.
8:31 p.m. SUSPICIOUS PERSON
Three unidentified people were seen on Holloway Avenue pulling vehicle door handles but were gone when officers arrived.
Wednesday, March 31
12:33 p.m. AUTO BURGLARY
A studentís vehicle was broken in to while parked on Lake Merced Boulevard. Loss: $1,000.
Thursday, April 1
8:42 a.m. AUTO BURGLARY
A studentís vehicle was broken in to while parked on Lake Merced Boulevard. Loss: $150.
7:29 p.m. MEDICAL ASSIST
The San Francisco Fire Department treated and released a student at Mary Ward Hall after her recently pierced tongue began to bleed profusely.
Friday, April 2
12:36 a.m. POSSESSION
Samuel Rattigan, a 19-year-old student, was cited and released on suspicion of having less than one ounce of pot after a person reported smelling a strong odor of marijuana near Mary Park Hall.
2:08 a.m. OPEN CONTAINER; POSSESSION IN PUBLIC
A student was cited and released on suspicion of having an open container of alcohol in public.
11:05 a.m. FALSE EVIDENCE OF REGISTRATION
A studentís car was towed from Lot 20 after an officer saw that the vehicle had improper registration tabs. The registered owner was later cited and released.
3:26 p.m. PETTY THEFT
A VCR was stolen from the Cesar Chavez Student Center. Loss: $2,000.
Saturday, April 3
1:30 a.m. DISORDERLY CONDUCT
A Mary Park Hall resident reported that some unknown suspects were possibly peeping into her room and trying to photograph her while she was dressing.
Sunday, April 4
4:28 a.m. VANDALISM
Matthew Robles, a 21-year-old student, was taken to San Francisco General Hospital then booked into county jail after he and another broke a fire alarm in Building ďAĒ of the Village at Centennial Square. The sound of breaking glass led a curious person to report that they saw two people running away the fire alarm station, one person with cuts on his hands. Responding officers who searched the area located an intoxicated Robles and took him into custody.