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Police Log

Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the Campus Police between May 10 and May 30:

May 10: Bldg. E23, harassing phone calls; Bldg. E53 bicycle rack, 10-speed bicycle stolen, $100; Bldg. 5, erasable board stolen, $35; Bldg. 54 bicycle rack, bicycle stolen, $360; DuPont Gymnasium, wallet stolen from coat, $4; Bexley Hall, credit card stolen; Bldg. E40, suspicious activity.

May 11: Sloan School of Management parking lot, 1985 Cadillac stolen.

May 12: 33 Massachusetts Avenue bicycle rack, $400 bicycle stolen.

May 13: Burton House, harassing phone calls; Bldg. 16, CD player stolen, $165; Bldg. E51, cash stolen, $4; Main Street parking lot, vehicle broken into and cash stolen, $1,500; Bldg. E10, pocketbook stolen, $50; Sloan lot, attempted larceny of a BMW; Student Center, wallet containing $90 and credit cards stolen; Bldg. 13, harassing phone calls; 1996 Nissan stolen in Boston recovered on Vassar Street; Student Center, Henry Green Jr., of no known address, arrested for trespassing; Westgate Lot 1) 1996 Toyota stolen 2) attempted break-in of a 1990 Honda; Walker Memorial, unarmed robbery: Non-affiliated person walking along Memorial Drive was approached by suspect riding a bicycle who asked for the time, and when the victim stopped to check the suspect grabbed the victim's arm and demanded his wallet. Suspect fled with $10 in cash and credit cards.

May 14: Bldg. W53, vandalism; 1988 Acura stolen in Boston recovered in Herman Garage; Bldg. E19, annoying phone calls; Bldg. E53, pocketbook stolen no cash; 1990 Oldsmobile stolen from Kresge Auditorium parking lot recovered in Roxbury; 1990 Oldsmobile stolen in Boston recovered in Kresge lot.

May 15: Bldg. 68, annoying phone calls; Student Center bicycle rack, bicycle stolen, $145; Bldg. 9, bicycle stolen from rack, $345; MacGregor House, harassing mail; New House, VCR stolen, $220.

May 16: Bldg. 11, suspicious activity; East Campus, peeping tom; Bldg. NW21, Sherly Santaskas of 270 Washington Street, Somerville and Perry Redell and Kurt Bennett, both of 240 Albany Street, Cambridge, arrested for trespassing.

May 17: Bldg. E38, bicycle stolen $300; Bldg. 20, computer parts stolen, $100; Bldg. N52, Richard Coady of 43 White Street, Belmont, taken into custody on an outstanding warrant; Next House, jacket stolen.

May 18: DuPont Tennis Courts, malicious destruction; Bldg W31, tires slashed on two police cruisers; Zeta Psi, malicious destruction to a room; Student Center, wallet stolen, $40; East Campus, peeping tom.

May 19: Astroturf, wallet stolen, $5; Bldg. 54, sports pack stolen, $1,135; Bldg. 5, suspicious activity; DuPont Gymnasium, computer stolen, $500; Student Center, wallet stolen $80.

May 20: 33 Massachusetts Avenue bicycle rack, bicycle stolen, $1,000; Bldg. 20, bicycle stolen, $200; Bldg. E51, computer stolen, $2,500; Westgate Lot, bicycle stolen, $100; Kresge Oval, backpack stolen, $50; Hayden Library bicycle rack, bicycle stolen, $400.

May 21: Bldg. E40, bicycle stolen, $300; Bldg. E55, disorderly person; Sloan Plaza, bicycle stolen, $750; MacGregor, annoying phone calls.

May 22: Bldg. 3, unauthorized use of an office; Bldg. E19, bicycle stolen, $100; Bldg. E15, camera stolen, $1,200; 33 Massachusetts Avenue bicycle rack, bicycle stolen, $600.

May 23: Bldg. 11, CD player stolen, $105; Memorial Drive near MIT Boathouse, Jennifer Clingon of 43 Richdale Avenue, Somerville and Scott M. McPherson of 13 Putnam Gardens, Cambridge, arrested for possession of a stolen motor vehicle; Ashdown House, annoying phone calls; Bldg 14, CD Player stolen, $200; Bldg. W31, Jennifer Clingon taken into custody on an outstanding warrant; Thomas R. Kettler of 296 Columbia St., Cambridge, arrested for trespassing.

May 24: Baker House, suspicious activity; Walker, computer stolen, $950; Bldg. 5, harassment.

May 25: East Campus, clothes stolen from dryer, $200; Westgate, two bicycles stolen 1) $140, 2) $180.

May 26: Baker, suspicious activity; Student Center, Blakely Burl of 91 Ames Street, Dorchester, taken into custody on an outstanding warrant; Bldg. E40, plant stolen; Walker, malicious destruction to a blue emergency light; Bldg. 24, suspicious activity; Kresge, backpack stolen, $350.

May 27: Student Center, Jeffrey Banks, of no known address, arrested for trespassing.

May 28: Bldg. 44, laptop stolen, $1,000; Bldg. 10, gift certificates stolen, $160; Tang Center, bicycle reported stolen two weeks ago, $230; Bldg. 66, traffic cones stolen, $130; Bldg. NE43, $400 cash stolen; Windsor lot, car radio stolen from a Honda; Walker, Edward D. Russell Jr. of 40 Irving Street, Everett taken into custody on an outstanding warrant.

May 29: Bldg. E52, pocketbook stolen, $25; Bldg. NW17, 1985 Honda motorcycle stolen.

May 30: Bldg. E40, wallet stolen, $400; Bldg. 18, suspicious female; 33 Massachusetts Avenue, bicycle stolen, $300; Student Center, suspicious male; Pacific Street parking lot, 1983 Toyota stolen; 1980 Toyota stolen from Boston recovered in Pacific Lot.