Compiled by Stephanie Eisemann, news staff
Crime of the Week: Wednesday, Nov. 11
The Northeastern University Police Department (NUPD) responded to a fire alarm in West Village A and reported there were flames in an oven and the stove was smoking. Boston Fire Department (BFD) was notified and NUPD put out the fire using the extinguisher in the hallway. The fire was caused by a bag of Corn Puffs cereal placed in the oven. A report was filed.
Monday, Nov. 9
A Northeastern University (NU) student reported she gave her personal information to a caller she believed was from Apple, Inc. A report was filed.
Tuesday, Nov. 10
NUPD, Transit Police and the Boston Police Department (BPD) were present for a protest. At 1:21 p.m., BPD notified NUPD that people were getting off a bus and joining approximately six protesters outside of 716 Columbus Ave. At 1:41 p.m., the approximately 50 to 60 protesters cleared from Columbus Place and moved to Huntington Avenue and Forsyth Street. The protest lasted 15 minutes on the Green Line tracks, and two groups dispersed, one to a charter bus and one toward the Marino Center. All protesters were gone by 2:15 p.m. and officers cleared the area at 2:45 p.m. A report was filed.
Wednesday, Nov. 11
An intoxicated male was reported in the lobby of 337 Huntington Ave. NUPD responded and requested Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for evaluation of the NU student. EMS arrived and transported the student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The Residence Director (RD) on call was notified.
A proctor in Speare Hall called to report he believed he had signed in an intoxicated male and called again to state the male was back in the area. NUPD responded and spoke with two NU students, who were both underage and smelled of alcohol. The first student had a fake ID, but neither required medical attentionand both were released to their room. Reports were filed.
An NU student reported her USB drive was stolen from a classroom in Richards Hall approximately two weeks ago. She explained her professor is now accusing her of plagiarism. A report was filed.
NUPD received multiple calls that a moped was on fire at Opera Place and St. Stephen Street. BFDwas contacted and NUPD responded to confirm the fire. BFD arrived, extinguished the fire and alerted the Public Works Department to remove the vehicle. A report was filed.
Thursday, Nov. 12
Approximately 25 individuals gathered in front of Shillman Hall on Centennial Common as part of the nationwide Million Student March. No issues occurred and a report was filed.
An NU student reported leaving her cell phone on the floor in a bathroom stall of the Forsyth Building and was unable to find it when she retraced her steps. A report was filed.
Friday, Nov. 13
An NU student reported his bicycle was stolen from the Dodge Hall bike rack. A report was filed.
An NU student reported his bicycle went missing from the bike area inside the Renaissance Park Garage within the past two weeks. A report was filed.
An NU student reported losing his iPhone somewhere near Snell Library, Forsyth Street and Churchill Hall. He was able to track the device to Davenport A. NUPD responded and attempted to track the device on an NUPD iPad, but the device had been powered off. A report was filed.
Saturday, Nov. 14
A Resident Assistant (RA) reported the smell of marijuana in Davenport B. NUPD responded and tracked the odor to a specific room, spoke to a resident and confiscated less than an ounce of the drug and a bong. A report was filed.
An RA reported a female was conscious but unresponsive in the first floor common room of White Hall with a bottle of wine present. NUPD responded and requested EMS to evaluate the NU student. EMS responded and transported the student to Boston Medical Center. The RD on call was notified.
A construction employee reported to NUPD that there was graffiti on the exterior wall of the Marino Center and above the entrance to Wollastons Market. A report was filed.
Sunday, Nov. 15
A caller reported a college-aged male on Columbus Avenue in front of Davenport B was holding up a female while she vomited. The female was conscious but not alert. NUPD requested EMS, which arrived at 2:19 a.m. and transported the underage subject to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The RD on call was notified.
A male was stopped by NUPD for tagging the exterior of 319 Huntington Ave. NUPD checked the subject, who is unaffiliated with Northeastern, and found he had four warrants. NUPD placed the male under arrest. A work order was submitted to clear the graffiti and a report was filed.
The manager of the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center reported observing a male place several items into his bag and said he was going to attempt to stop him. NUPD responded and spoke to the subject, who was unaffiliated with Northeastern, who was found to have an active warrant from Watertown for shoplifting. He was placed under arrest.
A proctor at International Village reported being approached by a student who stated his bike tires were stolen while the bike was secured to the racks outside the building. A report was filed.
An NU student reported his bicycle was stolen from Stetson West sometime after 7:30 a.m. on Saturday.
An NU student reported his bikewas stolen sometime between the previous day and time of report. A report was filed.