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Police Log

Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the Campus Police between March 20 and April 2:

March 21: Bldg. E40, 1) laptop stolen, $2,500, 2) wallet stolen, $75; DuPont Athletic Center desk, $527 stolen; Bldg. 33, laser printer stolen, $350.

March 22: Next House, complaint of taxi blowing horn; Bldg. 7, suspicious person report; Burton-Conner House, suspicious package.

March 24: Bldg. E23, suspicious activity; Bldg. 68, annoying phone call; Rockwell Cage, portable CD player stolen, $150; Bldg. 9, computer stolen, $2,662; Walker Memorial, Walter Kelley, of 160 Memorial Dr., taken into custody on an outstanding warrant.

March 25: Hayward Lot, vehicle damaged.

March 26: Bldg. 38, ethernet card stolen, $200; Bldg. 10, malicious damage.

March 27: Edgerton House, radio stolen, $100; Student Center, money stolen from wallet, $85; Next House, annoying phone call; Bldg. 10, posters removed.

March 28: Student Center, Robert James Roy taken into custody on an outstanding New Hampshire warrant; Bldg. 13, bicycle tire stolen, $70; DuPont Athletic Center, male taken into custody for outside warrant, no further information available.

March 30: Next House, complaint about taxi blowing horn; Ashdown House, cash stolen, later recovered; Westgate, bicycle seat stolen, $30.

March 31: Bldg. 36, keyboard stolen, $100; Johnson Athletics Center, athletic equipment stolen, $130; Bldg. 10, annoying phone call; Student Center, William Cofield, of 39 Algonquin St, Dorchester, taken into custody on an outstanding warrant; Beta Theta Pi, complaint about loud music.

April 1: Bldg. 36, pocketbook stolen, $210; West Garage, two vehicles broken into; Burton-Conner, CDs and cash stolen, $550.