Police LogThe following incidents were reported to the MIT Campus Police between August 1 and August 16, 2000. 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.
August 1: Bldg. 56, wallet stolen, later recovered minus $30 cash; DuPont, wallet stolen $20; Bldg. 68, suspicious males, trespass warning issued, Bldg. E56, TV reported stolen later recovered.
August 2: Bldg. 68, suspicious activity; rear of NW30, suspicious persons, trespass warning issued.
August 3: Bldg. 3, vacuum stolen $200; Bldg. E52, computer stolen, $100; Bldg. E52 bike racks, report of suspicious person.
August 4: Bldg. 16, laptop stolen $3,116; Bldg. 8, computer stolen, $4,400; Walker, suspicious person issued trespass warning.
August 5: Bldg. 3, larceny of laptop and credit card $3,000; Sailing Pavilion, wallet stolen containing credit cards.
August 6: Random Hall, homeless person assisted to shelter; Bldg. NW61, suspicious activity; Amherst St., two vehicles broken into with various items stolen, reported to Cambridge Police; Bldg. E25, credit cards stolen; Bldg. E19, E51, & 26, vending machines broken into; Amherst St., suspicious person, checked out okay.
August 7: Bldg. E25, video camera stolen, $4,000; Baker, two juveniles arrested for larceny of bicycle; Boston, Sigma Chi, guitar and amplifier stolen $1,200; Bldg. W92, suspicious person, checked out okay.
August 8: Bldg. 37, laptop computer stolen, $1,500; Bldg. E40, suspicious activity; Bldg. 2, suspicious activity; Westgate Lot, vehicle broken into and stereo stolen $600; Ashdown, report of missing person, same later returned.
August 9: Bldg. E60, harassing e-mail; Bldg. 9, suspicious activity, same checked out okay; Bldg. 5, solicitation of money from Nigerian; Bldg. 6, suspicious person; Bldg. 1, larceny by credit card; Bldg. 26, bubble chamber stolen $3,000; Ashdown, computer stolen, $4,100; Bldg. W31, report of past sexual assault.
August 10: Ashdown, suspicious person, left area upon MIT Police arrival; Bldg. 37, laptop stolen, $ 3,943; Delta Kappa Epsilon, cell phone stolen $150; Bldg. W31, report of past sexual assault; Next House, bike stolen $270; Brigs Field, unauthorized use of field.
August 11: Bldg. 1, check and inquiry, trespass warning issued; Bldg. E53, computer monitor stolen $250; Bldg. E19, suspicious person; Bldg. 26, check and inquiry, trespass warning issued; 33 Mass. Ave. bike stolen, $180; Tang, suspicious person.
August 12: Bldg. N52, report of fight, crowd dispersed; Bldg. 24, Chad Waller of 59 Brackenbury St., Malden MA, arrested for trespassing; Senior House, laptop stolen $3,150; East Campus, scooter stolen and other items, $540; Bldg. 12, suspicious activity; Boston, Delta Tau Delta, noise complaint, no cause found; Memorial Dr. assist State Police with an arrest for assault.
August 13: Bldg. 66, computer monitor stolen, $700; Student Center, Sean Mahoney of 10 Salem Rd., N. Billerica MA, and Casey Ratliff-Wright of 5 Fuller St., Brookline MA, were arrested for shoplifting; Hayward Garage,vehicle broken into, stereo and amplifiers stolen $1,100; McCormick, suspicious person.
August 14: Bldg. NW10, Joseph Roseman of 820 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge MA, taken into custody on an outstanding warrant; Sloan Lot, suspicious vehicle; Bldg. NW14, malicious damage; MacGregor, fan stolen, $20; Hayward Lot, vehicle broken into and stereo stolen, $275; East Campus, jewelry and other items stolen, unknown value.
August 15: Bldg. 35, laptop stolen $4,000; Albany Lot, malicious damage to vehicle; Student Center, suspicous persons; Ames St. and Memeorial Dr. assist State Police with vehicle accident; Bldg. 56, problem between parties known to each other.
August 16: Hayward lot, check and inquiry of individual; Harvard Bridge, assist State Police with a student problem; Bldg. 24, Peter Reyes of 27 Washington St., Gloucester MA, arrested for trespassing and an outstanding warrant; Alpha Tau Omega, pocketbook stolen $900; Bldg. NW30, homeless persons; Memorial Dr. assist State Police with vehicle accident.