The following incidents were reported to the MIT Campus Police between February 12 and February 18, 2001. 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.
February 12: Bldg. 13, report of male sleeping in restroom, same sent on his way; Bldg. 33, computer monitors stolen, $7,200; Bldg. E17, wallet stolen containing $35 cash and credit cards; Bldg. 68, laptop stolen, $3,280; Baker, suspicious activity; Student Center, 1) check and inquiry of a suspicious individual who was issued a trespass warning; 2) homeless person who was assisted to shelter.
February 13: Bldg. 10, report of wallet removed from backpack while on elevator, no cash only credit cards; Student Center, check and inquiry of individual; Bldg. 16, suspicious person in lounge area; Bldg. 1, report of homeless person causing a disturbance.
February 14: Bldg. W13, homeless person; Bldg. 9, check and inquiry of three individuals; Bldg. E23, annoying e-mails; Bldg. 16, filing cabinet reported missing; Bldg. E15, Cambridge Police report a 911 hang-up call, check of area all okay.
February 15: Student Center, 1) assist other police agency in serving a warrant; 2) two suspicious males checking out bikes, left area; Burton, annoying mail; Bldg. NW61, check and inquiry on two individuals carrying office equipment; Baker, check on two individuals carrying office equipment.
February 16: Bldg. E23, past assault and battery; Bldg. 7, cellular telephone stolen, $200.
February 17: Bldg. 7, two homeless individuals, same assisted to shelter; Bldg. 2, well being check on employee; Walker, stereo equipment stolen, unknown value.
February 18: Bldg. E15, wallet stolen, $20 cash and credit cards; Bldg. E23, report of a past domestic assault; Bldg. E60, laptop, zip drive and CD player stolen, $2,850; Hayden Library, malicious damage to copy machine; Burton, noise complaint; Westgate lot, suspicious activity; Bldg. E51, suspicious activity; DuPont, suspicious individuals.