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Police Log

Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the MIT Campus Police between April 28. This summary contains most incidents reported to Campus Police but does not include incidents such as: medical shuttles, ambulance transfers, false alarms, general service calls, etc.

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.

Apr 2: Bldg. N52, past larceny of a computer, $300; Bldg. 4, display case broken into and 16 mm camera stolen, unknown value; Bldg. N51, report of three individuals soliciting knives and books, same were issued trespass warnings; Bldg. E17, computer stolen, $2,000. Medical Service Calls: 8.

Apr 3: Bldg. 14, demagnetizer stolen, $200; Bldg. 3, harassment; Bldg. 20, room broken into, nothing taken; Bldg. 26, smoking complaint; 77 Massachusetts Avenue, assist MBTA Police with a the removal of an unaffiliated intoxicated person on bus. Medical Service Calls: 6.

Apr 4: East Campus, complaint of smell of beer, officers observed no alcohol, no citations issued; Next House, report of loud music, music turned down; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, noise complaint, situation calmed. Medical Service Calls: 5.

Apr 5: Phi Delta Theta, noise complaint, situation calmed; Edgerton House, loud noise complaint, officers arrived and found an authorized party with alcohol, no citations issued; Bldg. 54 bicycle rack, bicycle secured with a cable stolen, $250; Alumni Pool, credit cards stolen; duPont gym, pants left on bleachers while playing ball, pants and contents stolen, $310; Phi Delta Theta, report of person shining a laser pen in building next door; Fenway House, harassment. Medical Service Calls: 3.

Apr 6: Bldg. E15, computer stolen, $1,600; Bldg. 14, suspicious activity; Bldg. 68, malicious damage to a fire hose; MIT Police assist other police agencies with a pedestrian, Larry Roach, of Somerville, struck on Memorial Dr. Roach had no affiliation with MIT and pronounced dead later at Massachusetts General Hospital; Bldg. 20, 1) laptop stolen, $2,000; 2) pagers stolen, $200; Hayden Library, indecent exposure; Student Center, Cora Lee Ho of 889 Harrison Avenue, Boston, arrested for trespassing. Medical Service Calls: 13.

Apr 7: Bldg. 4, wallet stolen from backpack, $10; Bldg. E40, clothes stolen, later recovered. Medical Service Calls: 6.

Apr 8: Bldg. 1, suspicious activity; Memorial Dr., assist State Police, reports of an individual breaking into a vehicle, suspect gone by the time officers arrived; Bldg. E51, backpack stolen, $175; Eastgate, ID stolen; Kresge lot, bicyclist and vehicle collide, no injuries; Bldg. E15, annoying e-mail; Eastgate, suspicious person; Bldg. 34, suspicion of malicious damage which caused a major flood. Safety concerns required building 34 and 36 to be closed for a period of time; Amherst Alley, vehicle and pedestrian accident. Medical Service Calls: 5.