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Police Log

Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the Campus Police between Oct. 27 and Nov. 2:

Oct. 27: 33 Massachusetts Ave. bicycle rack, bicycle stolen, $225; Massachusetts Avenue and Memorial Drive, bicycle stolen from sign post; Bldg. E17, damage to door; Walker Memorial, bicycle stolen, $100; Bldg. N52, camera, CDs and CD player stolen, $1,300; Alumni Pool, backpack stolen $100.

Oct. 28: Alpha Tau Omega, assault and battery between persons known to each other; Bldg. 68 lot, hit and run.

Oct. 29: MacGregor House, 1) harassment incident, 2) wallet stolen, $60; Student Center, wallet stolen, later recovered minus $30.

Oct. 30: Bldg. E55, breaking and entering; Bldg. E17, suspicious activity; MacGregor, missing student, Desmond A. Deonanan '96; Bldg. 14, radios stolen, $800; Bldg. 2, suspicious activity; Bldg. 54, bicycle stolen, $450; Killian Court, bicycle stolen, $120.

Oct. 31: 33 Massachusetts Ave., bicycle stolen, $450; Rockwell Cage, pair of pants stolen, $45; Bldg. E38, suspicious activity; Westgate, bicycle stolen, $115; Bldg. 54 lobby, jacket stolen, $100; Johnson Athletic Center, John W. Brown, of 34 Pearl St., Cambridge, arrested for trespassing and larceny.

Nov. 1: Westgate, bicycle parts stolen, $50; Bldg. 2, larceny of paperwork; Bldg. 1, various electronic equipment stolen, unknown value; Baker House, suspicious activity; DuPont Gymnasium, wallet stolen, $100; Tang Hall, bicycle stolen, $350.

Nov. 2: Bldg. 3, Larry Cohen, of 1 Standish Cir., Canton, arrested for trespassing; Bldg. 20, 1) bicycle stolen, $175, 2) malicious destruction; Carlton Street, suspicious person; Bldg. 33, bicycle stolen from rack, $320; Women's Independent Living Group, harassing phone calls.

Safe Ride Information Line

The CampusPolice have established a new telephone information service for the Safe Ride vans.

The number is x3-2998. The message on the line tells the caller the status of the service (whether it is operating normally or if a van is out of service). If there is a problem which slows the service, it will be reported on the line.

Copies of the Safe Ride schedule are available at the Campus Police headquarters in Room W31-215, on the vans, or by calling the Campus Police Crime Prevention Unit at x3-9755.