The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Saturday, Jan. 12, and Sunday, Jan.. 13.Â
at 8:44 A.m. on Jan. 13, DPS officers responded to a staff member who cut her thumb with a knife while slicing vegetables at International Residence College.Â The officers examined the staff memberâ€™s wound and then proceeded to transport her to Good Samaritan Hospital for medical treatment.
at 8:34 A.m. on Jan. 13,Â DPS officers responded to a student whoÂ reported missing several pieces of jewelry and her cellular phone at University Gateway Apartments. DPS officers subsequently used a built-in tracking device in the cellular phone to recover it. The jewelry, however, could not be located.
at 6:30 A.m. on Jan. 13,Â DPS officers responded to a student who was vomiting and complaining of nausea in Birnkrant Residence Hall. In response, an LAFD RA unit was requested and Unit #15 responded. The RA Unit subsequently examined the student and then transported her to California Hospital for medical treatment.
at 2:40 A.m. on Jan. 13,Â DPS officers responded to a report of three people trapped in an elevator in Parking Structure D. LAFD was requested and Unit #15 responded. The three subjects were freed without incident.
AtÂ 2:13 A.M. on Jan. 13, DPS officers on routine patrol near the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority house observed an intoxicated student who appeared to have difficulty walking. The officers stopped the student to check on his welfare. Subsequently, the officers found the student to be coherent and in no need of medical treatment. The student was released into the care of a roommate who responded to the scene.
at 1:52 a.m. on Jan. 13,Â DPS officers responded to a student who suffered a possible seizure at the General William Lyon University Center. An LAFD RA unit was requested and Unit #15 responded. The RA unit examined the student and then proceeded to transport him to California Hospital for medical treatment.
AtÂ 9:40 P.M. on Jan. 12, a wallet was found at UPC Public Safety Office and turned in to DPS Lost & Found.
Crimes against propertyÂ
at 9:15 P.m. on Jan. 13, DPS officers responded to a vandalism incident in which a suspect placed glue on the locks of multiple dorm room doors, a vending machine and an elevator button inside International Residential College. No property was permanently damaged.
at 6:00 P.m. on Jan. 13, DPS officers responded to LAUSD police officers who were detaining two juveniles caught driving an electric cart near the corner of 42nd and Figueroa streets. The officers were unable to determine where the cart belonged despite the fact that the juveniles claimed they found the cart on the grounds of a nearby school. The juveniles were left in the custody of the LAUSD officers and the cart was driven back to campus to be stored at the DPS office.