By Stephanie Eisemann, news staff
Entry of the week: Monday, March 23
A student reported to Northeastern University Police Department (NUPD) that she had seen adisheveled male trying to get into a restroom on campus. NUPD responded and spoke to the male, who was not affiliated with the university. He was arrested at 10:25 a.m. for possessing a loaded syringe full of heroin.
Monday, March 23
A male who was not affiliated with Northeasternreported to NUPD that his wallet was stolen in Egan Research Center during a campustour. A report was filed.
Tuesday, March 24
A student reported that his iPhone may have been stolen or lost while he was being transported by Boston EMS from his residence at 10 Coventry Streeton Saturday. A report was filed.
Wednesday, March 25
A student reported clothing stolen from the laundry room on the 14th floor of International Village (IV). A report was filed.
NUPD reported stopping five males for alcohol possession on St. Botolph Street. Police confiscated a 12-pack of Budweiser, a glass pipe and a small amount of a Class D. A report was filed.
Saturday, March 28
A student reported that his friend was intoxicated in Stetson West. The student was conscious but not alert and was vomiting. EMS arrived and transported the student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The Residence Director (RD) on call was notified.
An intoxicated student in Smith Hall was reported. NUPD responded and reported the male was semi-conscious but not alert and requested EMS. EMS declined to transport the student, who signed a medical waiver. A report was filed.
NUPD reported an intoxicated male on Huntington Avenue. The student was conscious, alert and over 21 years of age. He was sent home with a friend.
NUPD separated two college-aged males who were in a verbal argument in front of 315 Huntington Ave. They were identified as students and were not physically fighting. One of the students had a large glass bottle of Bacardi under his jacket. NUPD confiscated the bottle from the underage student. A report was filed.
Sunday, March 29
A cab driver on Forsyth Street reported to NUPD that there was an intoxicated female in the backseat. NUPD spoke with the student, who was conscious but not alert, and requested EMS. EMS transported the subject to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and the RD on call was notified.
AResident Assistant (RA) in IV reported images of swastikas on a board in one of the common areas. NUPD took pictures and then erased the images. A report was filed and the NU administration sent an email about the incident to the student body.
NUPD reported an intoxicated male on the upper busway of Ruggles Station. NUPD spoke to the student, who wasover 21 years of age and in possession of an open container. The male was conscious and alert and was sent on his way.
An intoxicated student was reported in Smith Hall. NUPD responded and reported the mail was semi-conscious and not alert, and requested EMS. EMS declined to transport the student, who signed a medical waiver.