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A 2015 Honda Civic involved with the company Zip Car had a rear-side door window broken in Lot 3 on Monday.

A 2015 Honda Civic involved with the company Zip Car had a rear-side door window broken in Lot 3 on Monday.

Matt Simon | Daily 49er

Matt Simon | Daily 49er

A 2015 Honda Civic involved with the company Zip Car had a rear-side door window broken in Lot 3 on Monday.

Matt Simon, Staff Writer

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Lieutenant Richard Goodwin spoke with the Daily 49er about recent crimes that have occurred on or near campus in the last week.

Student snoozes and loses her computer

On Monday at 12:43 p.m. a 25-year-old female student fell asleep on the grass in front of the Academic Services building. When she awoke, she discovered that her laptop had been stolen.

Zipcar gets window bashed in

A 2015 Honda Civic belonging to car-sharing company Zipcar had a rear-side door window broken in Lot 3 on Jan. 25 at 9:55 a.m. The vehicle appeared to have been moved. University Police took a report and contacted the company.

Male arrested for alleged drunken driving

A 19-year-old male was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving. The incident occurred at 3:43 a.m. Jan. 25 near Parkside Commons. The officers found the man urinating in public next to his car, and after investigating, found that he was driving drunk.

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