Compiled by Stephanie Eisemann, news staff
Entry of the Week: Thursday, Oct. 15
A duress alarm from the northeast proctor station of International Village was activated. The Northeastern University Police Department (NUPD) responded and contacted one of the proctors in a building, who explained there was a male shouting at another proctor because he would not let him into the building to see his girlfriend. NUPD spoke to the visitor, who was unaffiliated with Northeastern. He was trying to contact his girlfriend to retrieve his phone, and the proctor would not let him in or allow him to call her, because he did not know her last name or room number. NUPD explained the sign-in procedure and escorted the male from the area without further incident.
Monday, Oct. 12
NUPD requested additional units to the Columbus Place parking area on Burke Street and reported four males attempting to break into the building. NUPD spoke with the parties, who were unaffiliated with Northeastern, and collected their information. They were all banned from the property and sent on their way.
A Northeastern University (NU) student reported his road bicycle valued at $500 was stolen over theweekend between 9:00 a.m. on Oct. 9 and the time of report. The bike was stolen from the bike rack in the North Lot. A report was filed.
Tuesday, Oct. 13
The manager of the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center notified NUPD he was detaining a shoplifter. NUPD responded and collected the information of the student, finding he had one prior incident. He was banned from both Wollaston’s Markets on campus. A report was filed.
An NU student reported his bicycle was stolen from the bike racks outside Cabot Gym facing Richards Hall. A report was filed.
NUPD reported seeing two juveniles with a suspected stolen bicycle by the architecture studio on St. Cyprians Place. The subjects were seen near Speare Place wearing football pads and uniforms, and again in the Forsyth Circle on a bike. The bicycle was collected and transported back to NUPD headquarters, and the juveniles were released to their mother at 8:39 p.m. A report was filed.
An NU student reported her mountain bicycle was stolen from outside of 106 St. Stephen St. between 6:00 p.m. and the time of report. A report was filed.
Wednesday, Oct. 14
The Residence Director (RD) in East Village reported receiving an email about a dispute in which someone shoved a roommate’s visitor. NUPD responded and reported there was a verbal dispute between two students that did become physical. However, neither student resided in the building, and they were guests of student residents. A report was filed.
An NU student from West Village C reported receiving a suspicious email she believed was a scam. She did not give out any money or credit card information. A report was filed.
NUPD reported a broken window on the Huntington Avenue side of West Village H. A report and work order were filed.
Thursday, Oct. 15
An employee at the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center notified NUPD of a shoplifter. Officers responded and collected the information of the Northeastern student, who was checked for prior incidents and warrants with negative results. The student was banned from both Wollaston’s Markets on campus. The student will be summonsed at a later date.
An NU student reported that she has been the victim of domestic violence at the hands of her boyfriend, unaffiliated with Northeastern, since July 14, 2014.A report was filed.
An NU student reported being notified by the Bank of China that an unknown individual used his Chinese credit card to make a payment on Oct. 3. A report was filed.
An NU staff member reported her MacBook Pro laptop missing after leaving her office in Snell Engineering unlocked and unattended for about half an hour. A report was filed.
Friday, Oct. 16
A female shoplifter was detained at the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center. NUPD responded and spoke to the NU student, who was banned from both Wollaston’s Markets on campus.
A juvenile male was reported for stealing a fender from a bicycle in the International Village outdoor quad. NUPD stopped the male at the corner of Prentiss and Albert streets. He admitted to stealing the fender. He was transported to NUPD headquarters, where police contacted the mother of the male. NUPD transported the male to Boston Medical Center, where his mother was, and a juvenile trespassing warning was signed. A report was filed.
An NU student reported her unattended book bag was taken from the Curry Student Center. The bag contained pingpong paddles valued at $200 and her apartment keys. A report was filed.
An intoxicated female was reported on the sidewalk near West Village A. NUPD responded and requested Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for the female, who was taken to Tufts Medical Center.
An intoxicated male passed out in the lobby of West Village A. NUPD responded and requested EMS for the student, who was transported to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The RD on call was notified.
A male was reported vomiting in the first floor bathroom of Stetson West. NUPD responded and spoke to the NU student prior to requesting EMS. EMS transported the student to Tufts Medical Center. Work order was notified for cleanup, and the RD on duty was notified.
Saturday, Oct. 17
NUPD reported spotting multiple people on the roof of Cabot Gym. Three NU students were stopped in front of Chicken Lou’s. NUPD identified an open window on the side of the building and believe they may have entered Cabot through the window. No students were found in the building or on the roof, but at 2:27 a.m., an officer reported a female exiting Cabot and heading toward NUPD on Forsyth Street. The student was stopped, and all present parties were advised that Cabot was closed and the roof was off-limits. The four subjects will be summoned to court for trespassing.
Sunday, Oct. 18
A noise complaint was filed for loud music in White Hall, but the caller would not leave her room number as a frame of reference. NUPD responded to the suspected room, which was quiet at the time, and the residents agreed to send their guests home for the night.
A Resident Assistant (RA) in Speare Hall reported that residents became uncooperative and belligerent when they were asked to turn down their music. NUPD responded and spoke to a resident, who became apologetic and agreed to turn the music off for the night. The RA planned to file a report.
A male party passed out in the hallway in Stetson West was reported as unresponsive. NUPD responded and reported the student was intoxicated but conscious and alert. EMS was not requested. A report was filed.