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Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the Campus Police between April 16 and 22. 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.

April 16: Bldg. E52, suspicious Activity; Bldg. E17, larceny of laboratory cart and pans, $570; Bldg. 14, Edward Shane of 678 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, arrested for trespassing; Ashdown House, harassing phone calls; Student Center, 1)larceny, cash, $20; coat, $100; 2) past larceny, chart and video; Student Center loading dock, motor vehicle accident, no injuries. Medical service calls: 7.

April 17: 450 Memorial Drive, assist State Police with motor vehicle accident, one operator placed under arrest by State Police for driving under the influence; Killian Court, burning leaves inside grate, extinguished by Cambridge Fire Department; Bldg. 57, larceny of time clock, $800; Bldg. E19, harassing phone calls; Bldg. W31, larceny of bicycle, $199. Medical service calls: 11.

April 18: Baker House, complaint of noise on roof; New House, complaint of noise, music shut off, no further complaints; Bldg. 2, larceny of bicycle, $300; Rockwell Cage, larceny of wallet, $5; watch, $85; Westgate Lot, possum impaled upon fence. Medical service calls: 2.

April 19: Next House, complaint of noise, music shut off, no further complaints; Pi Lambda Phi, larceny of front door of fraternity and plaque; Bexley Hall, check on student's well being, everything fine; 450 Memorial Drive, assist State Police with motor vehicle accident; MacGregor House, check on student's well being, student reported missing, later found to be fine. Medical service calls: 6.

April 20: New House, check on student's well being, student found to be away for weekend; Tang Hall, Robert W. Valliant of 29 Chaulk Street, Cambridge arrested for trespass after notice and resisting arrest; Student Center, student threatens harm to himself over phone to another, transported to medical department. Medical service calls: 3.

April 21: Pierce Boathouse, report of assault and battery, responding officers stop Randy A. Schwarberg, of 33 Endicott Street, Lynn, who then attacks officers, placed under arrest for assault and battery on a police officer; Bldg. E17, larceny of water cooler, $150; Bldg. 7, complaint of harassment, flyer inserted in department publication; Bldg. E34, larceny of electronic balance, $90; Bldg. E51, larceny of bicycle, $80; MacGregor Convenience, attempted breaking and entering; Sigma Chi, larceny of bicycle, $1,725; 77 Massachusetts Avenue, demonstration, no problems observed; Bldg. W20, larceny of checks. Medical service calls: 4.

April 22: Bldg. 54, arrest for trespassing after notice; Bldg. 50, 1) suspicious activity 2) large amount of discarded equipment collected in hallway; Massachusetts Avenue by railroad tracks, larceny, $11; 77 Massachusetts Avenue, larceny of bicycle, $80; Bldg. E51, larceny of laptop computer, $2000. Medical service calls: 5.