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An individual attending the campus with a visiting program reported his laptop bag and computer were stolen from International Village (IV). A report was filed.
A Northeastern University (NU) student reported her gold iPhone 6 stolen from the first floor of Snell Library earlier on Monday. Northeastern University Police Department (NUPD) reported tracking for the phone had been turned off. A report was filed.
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An NUPD officer was stopped by an NU student who reported the handlebars on his bicycle had been stolen from the Snell Library bike racks. A report was filed.
An NU alumnus reported his wallet was stolen from the Marino Center. A report was filed.
The Residential Safety Office (RSO) turned in a Pennsylvania driver’s license belonging to an NU student in Davenport A. The ID was found to be false and mismatched with the patron’s listing. A report was filed.
A Residence Director (RD) in IV reported finding a container of marijuana in the second-floor laundry room of the building. NUPD confiscated the substance and a report was filed.
A Resident Assistant (RA) reported the smell of marijuana coming from a room in Davenport A. NUPD responded and confiscated less than an ounce of the substance from the resident.
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An NU student reported the rear tire of her bicycle was stolen while chained to the bike racks in front of the Cabot Center. A report was filed.
NUPD reported speaking with a man unaffiliated with NU in Carter Park for a domestic dispute with his ex-wife. Both parties’ information was collected before they were sent on their way.
A Rebecca’s Cafe staff member reported his $1,000 bicycle was taken from the Centennial Commons area. A report was filed.
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An international NU student reported being contacted by an unknown person claiming he owed taxes and would be arrested if he did not pay them. A report was filed.
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NUPD stopped an individual unaffiliated with NU on suspicion of drug use on the bleachers inside Carter Park. The individual was checked for prior incidents and had no warrants, but had several open cases and was wanted in Florida for contempt of court. The warrant, however, is not extraditable and only applies in-state. NUPD confiscated several needles, which were brought to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for disposal. NUPD collected his information and sent the man on his way without further incident.
The manager of Qdoba in White Hall called to report an employee took $210 from the pocketbook of another employee working in the area. The employee had since left. NUPD responded and filed a report.
An NU student reported $6,000 worth of items were missing from her room in Davenport B. She reported last seeing the items on April 30 before leaving campus and returning at 11 a.m. on the day of report to notice her door unlocked and possessions missing. A report was filed.
NUPD reported stopping and speaking to an individual unaffiliated with NU in the Fenway and confiscating less than an ounce of marijuana. The individual’s information was requested and collected.
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While patrolling the area, NUPD reported activity in Carter Park and spoke to a man, unaffiliated with NU, who appeared to be using drugs. He was checked and found to have a warrant out of Boston District Court for trespassing. NUPD placed the man under arrest at 12:15 a.m.
A Boston dispatcher reported two NU students were robbed in front of 115 St. Stephen St. NUPD responded and witnessed a black vehicle leaving the area driving down Opera Place and turning left onto Huntington Avenue. A report was filed.
An NU student reported his micro fridge stolen after being left unattended in the lobby of 109 St. Stephen St. A report was filed.
A staff member of Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center reported a shoplifter. NUPD responded and stopped two NU students who returned all stolen items. The students signed a trespassing warning for the store and a report was filed.
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The manager of Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center reported that one of his employees, an NU student, was caught stealing on video surveillance. NUPD responded and issued a trespassing warning. The Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (O.S.C.C.R) was notified, a report was filed, and a criminal complaint is to be filed.
An RD reported finding marijuana in a room in East Village while conducting room inspections. The room was not occupied. NUPD responded and recovered over an ounce of the substance. A report was filed.
An NU student reported his bag, containing his cellphone, wallet and laptop, stolen from Ruggles Station. A report was filed.
An RD reported finding a fake ID belonging to an NU student in Speare Hall. A report was filed.
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An NU student reported leaving his laptop and iPad inside a drawer in the Ruggles Architecture Studio on Friday, April 29, at approximately 4 p.m. He noticed the items missing on Thursday, May 5th at approximately 11 a.m. A report was filed.
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An RA reported the smell of marijuana near West Village E. NUPD responded, spoke to an NU student and confiscated less than an ounce of the substance. A report was filed.
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An intoxicated NU student in IV was reported. NUPD responded and spoke to the student who was conscious and alert to person, place and time and not in need of medical assistance. She signed a medical waiver and while speaking with NUPD stated she had been drinking with her friend, another NU student and resident. NUPD checked on the friend in her apartment and determined she was also not in need of medical attention. She also signed a medical waiver. As both parties were under the legal drinking age, a report was filed.
NUPD received a call from Emergency Medical Services (EMS) stating they were responding to a call from an intoxicated male in IV requesting to go to the hospital. Moments later, NUPD received a call from the NU student who stated he was intoxicated and wished to go to the hospital. NUPD was in the building clearing a previous call and responded to his room. EMS arrived at 3:31 a.m. and transported the student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The RD on call was notified.
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NUPD reported stopping and speaking to an individual on Columbus Avenue and confiscating less than an ounce of marijuana. The individual’s information was collected and he was sent on his way.
An allied officer reported a silver car drove into the area of Matthews Arena on St. Botolph Street at a high speed and believed the vehicle was still in the side alley. NUPD responded and reported the Maine-registered vehicle contained three subjects. A mother and sons were checked for warrants with negative results and less than an ounce of marijuana was confiscated.
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An NUPD officer reported checking on an intoxicated female in the courtyard of White Hall. The female was identified as an NU student and NUPD requested EMS for further evaluation. EMS responded and cleared the student who planned to stay with a friend for the evening.
NUPD requested EMS for a 40-year-old male unaffiliated with NU outside of 971 Tremont St. The man was intoxicated and semi-alert. EMS arrived and transported the man to Boston Medical Center.