SF State crime log Week of April 23
May 11, 2009 1:58 AM
UPD acted a little alter 3:00 p.m. after they receiving a call from lost prevention department at the store.
They were cited for shoplifiting and released at the scene.
This marks the sixth incident of petty theft at the SF State bookstore in the past 90 days.
These four incidents bring the total to 23 reported auto burglaries in the semester. The last ten occurred in the same parking while the last 11 incidents occurred in April within a span of two weeks the crime log shows.
According to university police captain Reggie Parson the last four incidents could be the same person or group of people as they all had similar methods of breaking inside the cars.
The items stolen were mostly electronics such as Ipod's and range in price from $100 to $600 dollars.
"Auto burglary is a crime that is fairly prevalent in and around the campus community so the four incidents happening at one location does occasionally occur," said Parson about the incidents.
To stop the rash of auto burglaries UPD has begun an investigation operation and provided extra patrol in the parking lot.
To avoid being a victim Parson suggest not to leave any iteam in sight.
The parking garage is open to the public.
An SF State student and resident of University Park North was the victim of domestic violence.
UPD was unable to confirm weather the perpetrator was also a student.
According to Parson UPD received a called from a neighboor who heard female cries from the apartment. UPD proceded by arresting the individual shortly after 3:00 a.m.
"Domestic violence incidents occur infrequently and there is no pattern to their incidence," Parson said.
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