The following incidents were reported to the MIT Campus Police between March 10 and March 18. Information is compiled from the Campus Police's weekly crime summary and from dispatcher logs.
This report does not include alarms, general service calls, or incidents not reported to the dispatcher. "Medical Services" includes medical shuttles, transports, escorts, and other emergency services.
March 10: Johnson Athletic Center, wallet stolen from backpack, $30; Bldg. 14, suspicious person; Audrey Street, Safe Ride driver issued an MIT vehicle citation for speeding. Medical Service calls: 9.
March 11: Bldg. E52, electronic organizer stolen $1,000; Kresge lot, 1987 Chevrolet Blazer stolen. Medical Service calls: 6.
March 12: Bldg. 5, annoying phone call; Bldg. 7 bicycle rack, bicycle stolen, $130; Bldg. 68, ballast fire, same handled by physical plant; Bldg. NW14, wallet and walkman stolen from coat pocket, $105; Senior House, annoying phone calls. Medical Service calls: 9.
March 13: Philip C. Gale '98 falls to his death from Bldg. 54. Medical Service calls: 5
March 14: New House, noise complaint, all persons left the area quietly; Safe Ride driver reports threats towards a third party. Medical Service calls: 3.
March 15: Bldg. W20, individual issued trespass warning; Bldg. E51, box of miscellaneous items stolen, $200. Medical Service calls: 1.
March 16: Bldg. E52, larceny; Bldg. NW14, copper stolen, $12,000; Bldg. 5, sign stolen, $30; Amherst Alley, MIT vehicle citation issued for speeding. Medical Service calls: 11.
March 17: Lobby 10, malicious damage; Bldg. 66, tools stolen, $6,380; Bldg. E52, computer bag and adapter stolen, $105; Eastgate, report of suspicious person; Ford lot, vehicle damaged. Medical Service calls: 11.
March 18: Bldg. 20, tools stolen $425; Bldg. 54, graffiti; Bldg. N52, malicious damage to lock on roof entry door; Bldg. 2, bicycle stolen, $107; Bldg. E52, jacket stolen, $112; Student Center plaza, bicycle stolen, $300; Bldg. 56, wallet containing $205 stolen; Bldg. 20, moving company spoken to regarding the parking and operation of their vehicles. Medical Service calls: 5.