The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety crime/incident summary on Sunday, Feb. 10.
Crimes against property
At 9:45 A.M. on Feb. 10, the Dept. of Public Safety reported that surveillance cameras caught four suspects spray painting graffiti on a wall outside Delta Chi fraternity house.
At 3:21 P.M. on Feb. 10, a suspect entered an unsecured laboratory at the Eileen and Kenneth T. Norris Dental Science Center and removed three unattended dental tools.
At 8:55 A.M. on Feb. 10, officers respond to a staff member on Childs Way who was having difficulty breathing. A rescue unit was dispatched and transported him to California Hospital for medical treatment.
At 1:26 P.M. on Feb. 10, DPS officers responded to a staff member at Stonier Hall who reported her eyes and mouth burning after an unknown substance sprayed her face while she was picking ice out of a freezer. She was transported to the Engemann Student Health Center for treatment.
At 6:07 P.M. on Feb. 10, DPS responded to a student who fell while running near 30th Street and University Avenue. The student chipped two teeth and sustained abrasions to his face, arms and legs, and was transported to California Hospital for medical treatment.
At 9:18 P.M. on Feb. 10, a staff member backed a University tram into a newspaper stand at 30th Street and Figueroa Street. The staff member caused unspecified damage to the newspaper stand and the tram.