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Police Log

Police Log

The following is a summary of incidents reported to the Campus Police dispatcher between Jan. 31 and Feb. 5.

Information in this report 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" include medical shuttles, transports, escorts, and other emergency services.

Jan. 31:Tang Hall, report of fireworks being shot from the building.

Feb. 1: Bldg. 7, suspicious persons; Medical service calls: 5

Feb. 2: Next House, Officer observed a student consuming alcohol from a flask at a non-alcohol event. Flask was confiscated and issue was turned over to the Deans Office; Next House, bicycle stolen, $180; Hayward Lot, motor vehicle accident; Next House, former employee problem, two non-affiliated juveniles issued trespass warning; Bldg. 3, printer stolen, $190; Medical service calls:11.

Feb. 3: Bldg. W59, cold weather equipment stolen, $600; East Campus, harassment; Bldg. 54, suspicious activity; Albany Garage, suspicious activity, five non-affiliated individuals issued trespass warning; Medical service calls:8.

Feb. 4: StudentCenter, hiking boots stolen, $600; MacGregor House, laptop, CDplayer, and cash stolen, $4,210; New House, portable CDplayer, CDs and case stolen, $300; Next House, receiver and speakers stolen, $800; Massachusetts Avenue bus stop, assist other agencies with individual who states her arm was stuck in the door as the bus began to drive away; Mass. Ave, assist other police agencies with motor vehicle accident.; Bldg. 14, larceny; Medical Services:10.

Feb. 5:Bldg. 9, suspicious activity; Bldg. E51, water temperature meter stolen, $60; Medical service calls: 18.