Compiled by Stephanie Eisemann
Crime of the week: Sunday, June 5
A Northeastern University (NU) student reported he heard a noise in his living room in 309 Huntington Ave. and discovered an unknown man attempting to steal his bike. The subject dropped the bike and ran out of the building. The student reported he had left his front door unlocked. Boston Police Department (BPD) was notified and responded for a report. Northeastern University Police Department (NUPD) checked the surrounding area and building for the subject with negative results. NUDP stated the back door of the building was also unlocked. A report was filed.
Monday, May 30
NUPD received a fire alarm alert for 10 Coventry St. NUPD responded and reported the alarm was reset with no signs of smoke or fire. NUPD responded to the room and spoke to the residents, who were all Northeastern University (NU) students. Marijuana paraphernalia was in plain sight and was confiscated. A report was filed.
NUPD reported the back door to the Hastings Wing in the YMCA open. NUPD advised facilities to fix the timed lock. NUPD reported checking the building and stopping an individual, unaffiliated with NU. The subject was found to have a positive criminal history. He was issued a trespassing warning and sent on his way. NUPD searched the rest of the building with no further incident.
Tuesday, May 31
NUPD reported noticing two subjects from a prior case in the area of the first floor of the YMCA. NUPD responded and reported both subjects entered a rental vehicle that drove down Hemenway Street toward Boylston Street. NUPD reported the female driver attempted to run him over. BPD and Massachusetts State Police were notified. A report was filed.
NUPD reported stopping four subjects, unaffiliated with NU, in Carter Park for suspected drug use. All parties were found to have positive criminal histories, and one subject was placed under arrest for possession of a Class A substance. The other subjects were sent on their way.
The manager of the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center reported a middle-aged man was shoplifting. NUPD responded and reported speaking with the subject, unaffiliated with NU, and found him to have a positive criminal history. The manager did not want to press any charges, and the stolen property was recovered. The subject was given a trespassing warning for both Wollaston’s Markets.
Wednesday, June 1
An NU student reported his unattended iPhone was stolen from the Marino Center while he was playing basketball. A report was filed.
An NU student reported his unattended wallet was stolen from Cargill Hall. A report was filed.
Friday, June 3
A proctor in 10 Coventry St. reported a college-aged woman passed out in front of the building on the sidewalk. Another woman was trying to talk to the woman who was passed out, breathing but not responding. NUPD responded and reported speaking with the NU student who was intoxicated and unconscious but had since become alert to person, time and place. Boston Emergency Medical Services (EMS) was notified and evaluated the woman, who refused medical attention. Her friend, an NU alumnus, planned to spend the night with the student in 10 Coventry St. and planned to notify NUPD if her friend’s condition changed. A report was filed.
An NU student reported his iPhone was stolen from the basketball courts at the Marino Center. A report was filed.
Saturday, June 4
An NU student stated there was an intoxicated woman vomiting in the hallway of International Village. NUPD responded and requested Boston EMS for the student, who was conscious but not alert. EMS transported the student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. A report was filed.
An NU student reported she was with a friend who was very intoxicated on Forsyth Street. NUPD responded and reported the female NU student was conscious and semi-alert. Boston EMS was notified and transported the student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. A report was filed.
NUPD observed a man walking around the first floor of the YMCA. NUPD checked the area and reported locating the man in the restroom. He was identified as a subject unaffiliated with NU with a positive criminal history. A trespassing warning was issued, and less than an ounce of marijuana was confiscated. A report was filed.
An NU student in West Village H reported her friend as highly intoxicated. NUPD responded and requested Boston EMS for the friend, unaffiliated with NU, who was conscious but not alert. Boston EMS transported the subject to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. A report was filed.
Sunday, June 5
NUPD reported observing three individuals attempting to enter West Village G who then left the area in the direction of Huntington Avenue when they saw NUPD. NUPD stopped the three subjects, who were found to have no prior incidents. They were banned from all NU property, and a report was filed.