Compiled by Ann Musheno, News Correspondent
Entry of the Week: Thursday, Oct. 11, 9:21 p.m.
A proctor in West Village F reported that members of the Boston Police Department (BPD) were requesting NUPD assistance with an intoxicated student in the lobby. Responding officers reported that BPD brought several students back to West Village F. Among those students brought back was an 18-year-old intoxicated female student and three males who had been assisting her down Huntington Avenue. She was conscious but not alert. Boston EMS responded and transported her to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Officers were then informed that a party took place in a West Village F room and that the female had consumed 18 shots of alcohol. Officers went to the room accompanied by an RA for a well-being check. Officers confiscated several bottles of alcohol, an exit sign and a case of light bulbs from the room. The students involved will be reported to OSCCR.
Tuesday, Oct. 9
A graduate teaching assistant reported that someone broke into a room in Holmes Hall. A responding officer reported that the room was disheveled, a computer was turned on its side and a red jacket was left behind. Nothing was missing from the room.
A secretary reported that two iMac computers were stolen from a room in Nightingale Hall.
Wednesday, Oct. 10
A manager of the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center flagged down an officer to report that he had detained a shoplifter. The shoplifter, a student, was banned from both Wollaston’s Markets and signed a trespass notice. The student will be reported to the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSCCR).
A student reported that someone stole her iPhone from the women’s restroom on the ground floor of Ell Hall, where it had been left unattended for three hours.
Thursday, Oct. 11
A student reported that there was a male who had been yelling and screaming for 15 minutes on the corner of Columbus Avenue and Cunard Street. Officers spoke to a slightly intoxicated man with no university affiliation. Officers reported that the man was trying to get a cab to his residence. Northeastern University Division of Public Safety (NUPD) contacted Boston Cab and the man was sent to his home in Cambridge.
A Resident Assistant (RA) reported smelling a strong odor of marijuana coming from a certain room while on rounds in West Village H. Responding officers spoke with a student and confiscated a small amount of marijuana and some drug paraphernalia. The student will be reported to OSCCR.
A Curry Student Center (CSC) employee notified NUPD that her keys had been stolen from her desk.
A faculty member reported that during her 3 p.m. class in Dockser Hall the previous day, she noticed a male in the back of the class taking pictures. She had thought the male was a guest of one of her students but realized he was not. In the middle of class, the male got up and left the area.
Two female students reported that they were being threatened by their roommate, who is also a Northeastern student.
A staff member reported that his keys and wallet were stolen from the men’s locker room in the Cabot Center. The staff member had locked his items in the locker, but when he returned he found his lock had been cut. His iPhone 5 and wallet containing $200 in cash, various credit cards and IDs were missing.
An officer stopped two students in front of 329 Huntington Ave. for an open container violation. The officer spoke to the students, who agreed to pour out the alcohol. The students were sent on their way with a warning.
An officer stopped a student in front of 319 Huntington Ave. for an open container violation. The officer spoke to the student, who agreed to pour out the alcohol. The student was sent on her way with a warning.
Friday, Oct. 12
A student reported that someone had attempted to open her door earlier and had kept trying the knob. She also reported that the glass in the peep hole was removed. She said she saw what looked like an intoxicated male student in the corridor walking away.
An RA reported smelling marijuana in the restroom on the first floor of 337 Huntington Ave. Responding officers reported that the odor was coming from a certain room and that a student had been smoking marijuana in the restroom. Officers confiscated a small amount of marijuana, rolling papers and a grinder. The student will be reported to OSCCR.
Saturday, Oct. 13
An officer observed a woman vomiting in the lobby of West Village A. The officer spoke with the 19-year-old female student who was intoxicated but conscious and alert. The student reported that she had consumed several shots of vodka in her room and had also lost her room key. An RA responded to unlock the door. Upon entry, the officer confiscated two water bottles of vodka and two bottles of wine. The student will be reported to OSCCR.
An RA reported that graffiti was drawn on a display board in White Hall and that the board had information about Islam on it. A responding officer removed the paper containing the graffiti.
A student reported that his 18-year-old friend, who is also a student, was intoxicated. A responding officer reported that the student was conscious and semi-alert. Boston EMS responded, evaluated the student and determined the student did not need hospitalization. The student will be reported to OSCCR.
A Resident Safety Office (RSO) supervisor reported that there was an intoxicated woman in a room in Stetson West. Responding officers reported that the 18-year-old student was conscious and semi-alert. Boston EMS transported the student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The Residence Director (RD) was notified. The student will be reported to OSCCR.
A proctor reported that there was an intoxicated woman in a room in International Village. Responding officers reported that the 21-year-old female student was conscious but not alert and vomiting. Boston EMS transported the student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The RD was notified.
A student reported that her purse was stolen from CSC. The student told a responding officer that she had left her purse unattended in a room for several minutes and upon her return, it was gone. The purse contained an iPhone 4. The GPS system linked to the phone indicated that the phone was at Trinity Church on the corner of Boylston and Clarendon Streets. NUPD contacted BPD, which responded to the church. An NUPD officer transported the victim to the location. Officers located the purse and phone inside a Trader Joe’s bag in the basement of the church. An officer reported that nothing was missing from the purse.
A student reported being the victim of alleged intimidation and threats by her father. A responding officer determined the incident took place off-campus and requested that a BPD unit be dispatched to NUPD headquarters. BPD responded and assumed jurisdiction.
A proctor reported that there was an intoxicated woman in the lobby of International Village. A responding officer requested EMS for the 18-year-old student who was conscious but not alert. Boston EMS transported the student to Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The RD was notified and the student will be reported to OSCCR.
Sunday, Oct. 14
An officer stopped a man, with no university affiliation, in possession of an open container of alcohol on Gainsborough Street near Huntington Avenue. The man ran from the officer, then allegedly refused to identify himself and argued that the officers were not real police. An officer placed the male into custody for disorderly conduct. BPD arrived and declined jurisdiction.
A student reported that her 17-year-old friend, also a student, was intoxicated and angry at Boston House of Pizza (BHOP) employees. Responding officers could not find anyone matching the description. NUPD called the student who reported the issue to them and she stated that the intoxicated student was in an ambulance and on his way to a hospital. NUPD contacted Boston EMS, which said that the student was transported to Boston Medical Center. The RD on call was notified. The student will be reported to OSCCR.
A student who wished to remain anonymous reported loud noise on the fourth floor of International Village and that he would meet the officers in the lobby. Responding officers spoke to the student who reported the noise. The officers spoke to an RA who stated the student is overzealous regarding other people living on the floor and often complains of people opening and shutting doors. Officers reported that there was no noise coming from the room the student called about. The department of Housing and Residential Life is handling the issue.
A student reported that she was assaulted at a party approximately an hour and a half to two hours prior by an unknown woman at 214 Hemenway St. An officer responded to Stetson West to speak with the victim. The assailant had been attending the same party but the victim did not know her. The victim received a bump on the forehead from a closed fist, but declined all medical attention and signed a waiver. She said that she did not wish to press charges. An NUPD officer informed the victim that she should talk to BPD, but she said she did not want to.
A manager of the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center reported that he had detained a shoplifter. The shoplifter, a student, had attempted to steal a bottle of cough syrup valued at $13.29. The student was banned from both Wollaston’s Markets and will be reported to OSCCR.
A student reported that her iPhone was lost or stolen the previous evening while she was at an off-campus bar. The iPhone was turned off and could not be traced.
A student reported that she lost her spare set of car keys on campus and she believes that someone has been using her car, which she had parked in the North Lot.
An officer stopped two students behind Melvin Hall in possession of marijuana. The officer confiscated a small amount of the substance and the students will be reported to OSCCR.