KSDS Chief Engineer Arrested on Theft Charges

According to a news release from City College, the San Diego Community College District Police have recovered four stolen cameras reported missing from their Radio, Television, Film (RTVF) Department. The four digital cameras, valued at $13,300 were reported missing in mid-January on return from the winter break session.

Following an exhaustive search by the college police, the four cameras were located at local pawn shops. A San Diego City College employee, Gerald “Larry” Quick, has been arrested and charged with the theft of the cameras. Quick, the RTVF Chief Broadcast Engineer has been employed with the District since 1978.

Larry Quick was held in the San Diego County Jail awaiting arraignment.

The police are continuing their investigation and working with the District Attorney’s Office regarding the campus theft.

According to a report on KFMB-TV, Larry was arrested at the Aurora Behavioral Health Center.