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Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the MIT Campus Police between May 24 and June 24. Information is compiled from the Campus Police’s weekly crime summary and from dispatcher logs. This summary contains most incidents reported to Campus Police but does not include incidents such as: medical shuttles, ambulance transfers, false alarms, generals service calls, etc.

May 24: Bldg. E51, wallet stolen from classroom, $30 cash; McCormick, student problem; Bldg. NW61 rear, male, Jose Galindo, arrested for drug possession and trespassing; Bldg. 48, suspicious person; Kappa Sigma, report of tires stolen from truck.

May 25: DuPont men’s locker room, 1) locker broken into, nothing taken; 2) locker broken into $12 cash stolen; suspicious person seen in area; 3) attempted break into locker; Bldg. 39, bike stolen $300; Baker, construction worker broke sprinkler head, causing water damage; Student Ctr. past attempted larceny of bike; 33 Mass. Ave. bike secured with "U" lock stolen $320; Student Ctr., routine check and inquiry, issued trespass warning.

May 26: Mass. Ave. and Albany St. lot, hit and run damage to vehicle; Kresge Lot, backpack stolen from vehicle, containing laptop, cash and cell phone $3050; Bldg. W33 alley, check of suspicious person, same checked out okay; Killian Court, two suspicious persons stopped and issued trespass warnings; Bldg. 9, MIT ID stolen; Bldg. 13, past larceny, two bike stolen $800; DuPont, stop of suspicious person, checked out okay; MacGregor, report of firecrackers, same located and advised to cease.

May 27: Bldg. 4, musical equipment stolen, $3,000; Bldg. N52, suspicious activity; Bldg. 16, suspicious package, checked out okay; DuPont men’s locker room, check on suspicious person, trespass warning issued; Memorial Dr. assist State Police with truck stuck under overpass.

May 28: Vassar St., assist Cambridge Police with motor vehicle accident; Bldg. E60, computer parts stolen $108; Kenmore Square, check on report of suspicious person, unable to locate; Bldg. NW12, check on two homeless persons, same directed to shelter; Bldg’s. E15, E51 and 68, skateboarders moved along; Bldg. W61, check on suspicious persons, check out okay; Purrington St., suspicious person, trespass warning issued; Westgate, juvenile making hang-up calls on emergency blue light phone; Student Ctr., check on suspicious persons, trespass warning issued.

May 29: Bldg. W8, two suspicious persons, issued trespass warnings; Bldg. E56, suspicious person issued trespass warning; Bldg. 66, suspicious activity; Eastgate, check on well being of student, all okay; Bldg. 13, report of suspicious activity, same checked out as student activity.

May 30: Bldg. 14, computer bag stolen $100; Bldg. 54, bike stolen $800.

May 31: Herman Garage, bike secured with cable lock stolen $100; Boston, Sigma Nu, bike stolen $300; Cambridge #6 Club, noise complaint; New House, noise complaint.

June 1: Bldg. NW14, suspicious activity; Bldg. 8, book case stolen $800; Alumni Pool, wallet stolen $35 cash and credit cards; Main and Ames Streets, assist Cambridge Police with individual with cut leg; Alumni Pool, report of wallet stolen, no value, victim left without filing police report; Bldg. NW16, check on individual, checks out okay.

June 2: Burton, report of naked man in bathroom, subject didn’t know it was a coed bathroom; Memorial Dr., assist State Police with vehicle accident; McCormick, computer stolen $300; Bldg. 18, pipe fittings stolen from outside of building $300; rear of Bldg. NW30, assisted homeless person to shelter.

June 3: Mass. Ave. and Memorial Dr. assist State Police with a domestic violence situation; WILG, report of person trespassing, search of building unable to locate; Bldg. E51, suspicious person issued trespass warning; Bldg. 10, suspicious activity.

June 4: MacGregor, report of suspicious person, unable to locate; Brookline, Zeta Beta Tau, missing person, later located; Bldg. 3, suspicious activity; Bldg. 3 report of missing person, later located; Boston, Fenway House, student problem; Alumni Pool, wallet stolen $80 cash and credit card.

June 5: Walker sidewalk area, attempted larceny of sign; Killian Court, attempted larceny of plants; Memorial Dr., assist State Police with a break into a vehicle and stolen stereo; New House, laptop computer stolen $3,000; Bldg. W34, suspicious individuals, same given trespass warnings; Bldg. E52, suspicious individual issued trespass warning; 100 Memorial Dr. assist Cambridge Police with noise complaint.

June 6: Mass. Ave., assist Cambridge Police with a past simple assault, unable to locate suspect; Bldg. N51, suspicious activity; Sloan Lot, hit and run damage to vehicle; Kendal T station report of suspicious person, same gone upon police arrival; Random Hall, check on suspicious individuals, trespass warnings issued.

June 7: Bldg. E39, pocketbook, stolen $10 cash and credit cards, pocketbook located in Boston minus cash and credit cards; Alumni Pool, 1) wallet stolen $240 cash, 2) $6 cash; Student Ctr. plaza, solicitor escorted off property; Bldg. 39, male arrested for receiving stolen property and other related charges; Tang, contact student and advised to call home.

June 8: Bldg. 2, suspicious package, same check out okay; Bldg. E19, plastic bad boy statue stolen $10; Bldg. NW14, suspicious activity; Bldg. 16, cart stolen $150; Danforth St., disorderly person after receiving parking ticket; Student Ctr., bike secured with cable stolen $400; Memorial Dr. assist State Police with minor motor vehicle accident.

June 9: Cambridge, #6 Club, wallet stolen $300, same later located intact; Bldg. NW61, student problem; Boston, Pi Lambda Phi, unwanted guests.

June 10: Bldg. 36, laptop computer stolen $3,000; Bldg. 3, 11, 35, & E32, annoying e-mail; Longfellow Bridge, assist State Police with vehicle vs bicycle accident; Student Center, report of past assault; Bldg. 1 and 7 malicious damage to vending machine; Ashdown, report of skateboarders, same moved along; Albany lot, suspicious vehicle, same checked out okay, Carlton St. suspicious vehicle, trespass warning issued.

June 11: Bldg. E56, suspicious activity; East Garage, ’89 Plymouth Voyager stolen.

June 12: Bldg. E52, report of teen-agers attending function running up and down stairs, asked to cease; Bldg. W31, two suspicious persons, same checked out okay.

June 13: Bldg. W89, two suspicious persons, one taken into custody on an outstanding warrant; Tang, laptop and books stolen, $5,037; Memorial Dr. assist State Police with a female assaulted while walking along river; Endicott St., windshield of vehicle smashed.

June 14: Memorial Dr. and Mass. Ave. report of three suspicious persons, unable to locate; Student Center, three individuals arrested for trespassing; Memorial Dr. assist State Police in attempting to locate a male exposing himself to passersby; MacGregor, notify student to call home; Bldg. E25, report of suspicious person, same placed under arrest for trespassing; Bldg. 68, report of skateboarders, asked same to cease and move along; Bldg. W20, annoying e-mail.

June 15: Student Center, 4 individuals issued trespass warnings; Bldg. W59, tennis bubble, persons refusing to show ID, CP’s called to assist with situation; Bldg. 68, past larceny of pocketbook stolen $100 cash; Bldg. W71, bike stolen $160; East Garage, ’89 Dodge Caravan stolen; cellular telephone stolen $250; Mass. Ave. at Amherst St. check on suspicious male; Memorial Dr. and Mass. Ave. assist State Police with pedestrian struck by motor vehicle; Mass. Ave. at Amherst, check on operator of vehicle; Boston, assault between persons known to each other at Fiji.

June 16: Bldg. E25, suspicious male, trespass warning issued; Westgate, noise complaint, volume lowered; Bldg. E52, bike secured with cable stolen, $430; Main St. and Hayward St. assist Cambridge Police with disoriented elderly person.

June 17: Bldg. E19, laptop computer stolen $3,000; Main St., vehicle backed into MIT Police cruiser while parked; East Campus, suspicious activity, safety hazard; Bldg. E51, arrest of two juveniles for attempted larceny of bike and other related charges; McCormick, assist Cambridge Police, 911 hang-up call, all okay; Steinbrenner Stadium, unauthorized use of facility, persons left area; Bldg. E15, skateboarders, given trespass warning; Memorial Dr. at Ashdown House, emergency telephone call, check of area no cause found; East Garage, suspicious person, trespass warning issued; Bldg. 54, report of suspicious person checking out bike racks, individual left area; Ford Lot, check on suspicious vehicle, same checked out okay.

June 18: Bldg. E52, report of suspicious package, same checked out okay; Amherst Alley, suspicious person, unable to locate; Albany Street at garage, two suspicious persons, trespass warnings issued; Bldg. N52, report of suspicious activity, same checked out okay; Amherst Street, check of vehicle making U-turn; Franklin Street, assist Cambridge with group disturbance; Ames Street, check of three individuals, same checked out okay; Bldg. 7, male arrested for trespassing; Bldg. W87, malicious damage to rear of building; Student Center, two individuals issued trespass warnings.

June 19: Broadway, assist Cambridge Police with graffiti complaint; Bldg. 9, check out person pushing a bike, checks out okay; Bldg. 36, person reported attempted bike theft and when victim attempted to stop suspects he was punched in face before suspects fled area; Bldg. N52, suspicious activity; Amherst Alley, person taken into custody on an outstanding warrant; Harvard Bridge, assist State Police with bicyclist struck by vehicle; Student Center plaza, check on individual, check out okay; Kresge, contact person to call home.

June 20: Burton, bike secured with cable, stolen $150; Westgate, noise complaint, no cause found; West lot, male issued trespass warning; Student Center, homeless person assisted to shelter.

June 21: Alumni Pool, report of backpack stolen, victim recovered same, not stolen; #6 Club, wallet and jewelry stolen $490; Pacific Lot, male arrested for possession of marijuana; Bldg. 3, bike secured with cable stolen $200; Bldg. 37, bike stolen unknown type lock no known value; Bldg. 2, annoying phone calls.

June 22: Mass. Ave. at Vassar St. assist Cambridge Police with suspicious persons, gone upon arrival; Bldg. E52 plaza, two suspicious persons, trespass warnings issued; Memorial Dr. assist State Police with minor motor vehicle accident; Bldg. E19, laptop computer stolen $4,000; Bldg. 8, cellular telephone stolen $20; Bldg. 7, damage to article on bulletin board; #6 club, report of suspicious person, check of building proved negative; Memorial Dr. and Vassar St. Cambridge Police requested assistance with traffic due to fire alarm at 600 Memorial; Amherst Alley, noise complaint, no cause found.

June 23: Johnson Athletic Ctr., two suspicious individuals, trespass warnings issued; Mass. Ave. at Amherst St. spoke with person making U-turn; Bldg. 5, routine check and inquiry, person checks out okay; Bldg. E15, two backpacks stolen, later found intact; Westgate, suspicious person, same gone on CP’s arrival; Albany St. and Main St., suspicious person; Amherst St., hit and run damage to vehicle; Bldg. 57, male arrested for trespassing; Bldg. 66, barrels stolen $100; Purrington St. 4 individuals issued trespass warnings; Ashdown, report of male unconscious on grass, same discovered to be sleeping, sent on his way.

June 24: Boston, Bay State Road, assist Boston University Police with three suspicious males; Bldg. N52, suspicious activity; Cambridge, assist at Galleria mall with a suspicious male, no MIT assistance needed as enough Cambridge units arrived; Mass. Ave. at Bldg. 35, bike tire stolen $100; Westgate Lot, attempted break into vehicle; Bldg. 37, cellular telephone stolen $180; Pacific Lot, two individuals arrested for possession of crack cocaine; Ames St. and Amherst St. check of suspicious motor vehicle; Student Center, check on suspicious person, trespass warning issued; Purrington St. check on two individuals; #6 Club noise complaint, same quieted down.