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Crime Log – September 23, 2007


Crimewatch is now a regularly updated blog on our website. Check it out for a listing of crimes on and around campus.<br><br>

Someone was robbed and stabbed with an unknown object on Sept. 19 at parking Lot 1, level B1.<br>

Someone was arrested for burglary at the Reed Neurological Research Center on Sept. 18.<br>

A vehicle reported stolen from Levering and Le Conte avenues on Sept. 5 was recovered by police on Sept. 10. <br>

A wallet worth $110 was removed from the Center for Health Sciences on Sept. 17.<br>

Carpet tiles worth $504 were removed from the loading dock by Franz Hall on Sept. 17.<br>

A vehicle was removed on Sept. 17 from Lot 8, level 1.<br>

A wallet worth $300 was removed from the Public Policy Building on Sept. 14.<br>

Two signs worth $200 were removed between Sept. 10 and Sept. 13 from Portola Plaza Building.<br>

Two people were arrested at the UCLA Store in Ackerman Union for burglary on Sept. 14.<br>

Someone was arrested for minor in possession of alcohol on the 500 block of Midvale Avenue on Sept. 15.<br>
A wallet worth $80 was removed from the Center for Health Sciences on Sept. 15.<br>

Someone was arrested for bathing in the Medical Center fountain on Sept. 16.<br>

Someone was arrested for public intoxication at the intersection of Gayley Avenue and Lindbrook Avenue on Sept. 16.<br>

A television worth $320 was removed from the Cedar Bluff building of De Neve Plaza between Sept. 15 and Sept. 16.<br>

Someone was arrested for possession of marijuana during a vehicle stop outside of Hedrick Hall on Sept. 16<br>

Someone was arrested for burglary at the 600 block of Gayley Avenue on Sept. 13.<br>

Someone threatened someone in the breezeway in front of the Dental School on Sept. 13.
Compiled by Edward Truong

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