Police arrested 44 individuals in Isla Vista and UC Santa Barbara in November 2018, and 29 in December of that year, according to the Daily Nexus crime log.

The map is based on daily arrest logs from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office and includes arrests in I.V. as well as on the UCSB campus.

More arrests occurred in I.V. than on campus.

During November and December 2018, 52 individuals were arrested in I.V. and 21 on the UC Santa Barbara campus.

In comparison, 81 were arrested in I.V. during September and October of that year, and 15 were arrested on campus during those months.

Data courtesy of SBSO. Hayley Tice / Daily Nexus

The majority of individuals arrested in I.V. during these months were between 18 and 24 years old, although 20 people between ages 35 and 78 were arrested.

Approximately 27 percent of individuals arrested in I.V. were current UCSB students, while about 24 percent of individuals arrested on the UCSB campus were current UCSB students.

Most arrests occurred at night. At least 63 percent of arrests occurred between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m. A time of arrest was not provided for three individuals charged during these months.

Fifty percent of individuals arrested in November were charged with at least one crime relating to alcohol, as well as 62 percent of individuals arrested in December.

Disorderly conduct due to alcohol was the most frequent crime individuals were charged with. During November and December, 26 individuals were charged with disorderly conduct due to alcohol, 19 of these in I.V.

Two individuals were charged with obstructing a police officer in November, and an additional four were charged in December.

Five individuals were charged with driving under the influence of alcohol during these months –– one in November and four in December.

Data courtesy of SBSO. Hayley Tice / Daily Nexus

An additional two people were charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and one was charged with driving under the influence of any drug.

During these months, one individual was charged with operating an electric scooter while under the influence of alcohol.

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