This week in news: 1-Minute update, Oct. 5, 2014

Mustang News anchor Leah Horner recaps last week’s top stories.

Why partying could cost you double starting Sept. 14

An ordinance aimed at discouraging partying during the first weeks of school will double fines for certain violations from Sept. 14-29.

5 football players arrested after fraternity house robbery

Five Cal Poly football players were arrested over the weekend in connection with an armed robbery at the Delta Simga Phi fraternity house.

Looking back: A survey of alcohol-related arrests in San Luis Obispo

Mustang News conducted a survey of 3-4 years of alcohol-related arrests during the holidays and events that have a reputation among locals.

Alpha Phi responds to shootings outside UCSB chapter house

At least one Cal Poly Alpha Phi member was in Santa Barbara visiting friends at UCSB on Friday night when two women were shot on the UCSB Alpha Phi house front lawn.

Cuesta students arrested for allegedly stealing sheep at Cal Poly

​The sheep was reported stolen to UPD at approximately 10:30 a.m on Tuesday. Officers ​conducted an investigation and ​were able to locate the sheep in an apartment​ complex​ in San Luis Obispo​.​

Sexual assault reported in Mustang Village

Cal Poly sent an emergency notification text and email to students at approximately 12 p.m. on Saturday.

Alleged assault reported on campus

The suspect was described as a 6-foot-tall, 190-pound white male with short, curly brown hair.

Behind the booze: Party arrests and violations by the numbers

SLOPD data gives insight into the not-so-pretty side of the San Luis Obispo party scene.

Police: Increased prowler activity in recent weeks

It has yet to be determined if this activity is due to one or multiple prowlers.

100 enter, several steal from VG Cafe after closing early Sunday

Approximately 100 people entered VG Cafe around 1:30 a.m. Sunday, after it was closed, and police say several stole items from the restaurant.