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Police Log

Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the Campus Police between Sept. 11 and 19:

Sept. 12: Bldg. 48, VCR stolen, $250; McCormick Hall, TV/VCR stolen, $300; Bldg. E51, 1) laptop stolen, $3000; 2) backpack stolen and later recovered minus $80; Rockwell Cage, gym bag stolen and later recovered minus $16; report of July larceny of checks at Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Sept. 13: East Campus, complaint of noise on third-floor lounge of east parallel; Bldg. 5, report of pornographic pictures hanging on wall; Bldg. 37, cash stolen, $100; Hayward lot, hit and run damage to vehicle; Joseph M. Bals, of 465 Common Street, Lawrence, arrested for trespassing.

Sept. 14: New House, noise complaint; Tang Residence Hall, noise complaint; intoxicated student transported from Cinderella's.

Sept. 15: Bldg. 31, window and steam pipe broken; Student Center, wallet and contents plus $50 cash stolen from backpack while person was asleep; MacGregor House, harassing phone calls; East Annex lot, car broken into and radio stolen, $1,000; riot at 84 Massachusetts Avenue, Jerome Black, of Callaway Street, Baltimore, Maryland, arrested for disorderly conduct; Ames Street, report of persons throwing bottles from a brown van; LaVerde's Market, person with cut finger transported to Mount Auburn Hospital for treatment.

Sept. 16: New House, malicious destruction to car tires; Bldg. 68, credit card stolen and over $500 charged; Bldg. E25, suspicious person; Bldg. 4, camera equipment and wedding gifts stolen, $900; Burton-Conner House, student falls, possible broken leg.

Sept. 17: Bldg. E52 CD/cassette player stolen, $150; Senior House, report of fire alarm, cause determined to be water flow meter, declared safe; Senior House, report of fire alarm, same water flow meter problem, declared safe again; Baker House, suspicious person in lobby; Albany lot, person observed breaking gate.

Sept. 18: Bldg. E38, annoying mail; Bldg. 16, Nicholson Lee, of 240 Albany Street, arrested for trespassing; Student Center plaza, cellular phone left on plaza steps later discovered stolen, $150; 120 Massachusetts Avenue, Mehereteab Abreham, of 812 Memorial Drive, arrested for disorderly conduct as a result of a domestic disturbance; report from room on ground floor of East Campus of a hand coming through window, thing in question later found to be a squirrel.