Compiled by Stephanie Eisemann, news staff

Crime of the week: Friday, Oct. 21

5:28 p.m.

Northeastern University Police Department (NUPD) officers received a call from the probation officer of a man, unaffiliated with Northeastern University (NU), who had two active warrants, had violated his probation and was being tracked by his ankle monitor to the area of 238 Huntington Ave. NUPD responded and located the man on Huntington Avenue. He was found to have positive incidents with NUPD. He was placed under arrest for a warrant for assault to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, trespassing and threatening to commit a crime and a second warrant for possessions of Class A and Class B substances.  

Monday, Oct. 17

9:29 a.m.

NUPD officers reported being approached by staff members in the School of Law Library in the Knowles Center about a man who was sleeping in the building. NUPD stopped the man, unaffiliated with NU, banned him from all NU property and escorted him out of the building. A report was filed.

9:35 a.m.

An NU student reported someone attempted to steal his bike. The bike had been chained to a rack in the North Lot and was damaged in the robbery attempt. A report was filed.

9:55 a.m.

An NU student reported she woke up in her White Hall dormitory on Saturday to a note from a male that stated he had slept in her roommate’s bed. She did not know how he got there. A report was filed.

11:18 a.m.

The manager of the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center called to report he was detaining a shoplifter. NUPD responded and stopped the man, who was unaffiliated with NU and was found to have prior incidents with NUPD. He was banned from all NU property and sent on his way. A report was filed.

4:17 p.m.

An anonymous staff member called to report a man riding a bike and carrying a bike tire in the outdoor quad of International Village (IV). NUPD searched the area with negative results but later viewed video footage of the tire being stolen. A report was filed.

8:18 p.m.

An NU student reported receiving a strange package from the mailroom of Columbus Place.  She explained she had had a stalker in the past and was worried the package may be related to that situation. A report was filed.

8:39 p.m.

A confidential domestic dispute case in Stetson West was reported.

Tuesday, Oct. 18

11:40 a.m.

The manager of the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center reported information regarding a juvenile that is frequently visits the store. A report was filed.

12:18 p.m.

An NU student reported she accidentally left her $200 sunglasses at the proctor station in West Village C and when she returned for them they were gone. A report was filed.

5:05 p.m.

An NU staff member reported that an unknown party had gained unauthorized access to a university Verizon account. The account was then used to order 20 iPhones. The staff member reported the unknown parties entered Columbus Place on Oct. 14 and retrieved the items from the mailroom in the basement. A report was filed.

10:38 p.m.

A Resident Advisor (RA) in West Village G reported that occupants had tampered with their smoke detector. NUPD responded and reported that two NU students covered the smoke detector. Less than an ounce of marijuana was confiscated from the students and a report was filed.

Wednesday, Oct. 19

8:32 a.m.

An NU staff member reported he had been receiving threatening emails. A report was filed.

5:25 p.m.

An NU student reported her off-campus apartment on Calumet Street was burglarized on the morning of the report. She had already filed a report with Boston Police Department (BPD) but was looking for information regarding new window locks. The property manager was contacted and stated he would coordinate with the student to rectify the problem.

6:01 p.m.

An NU student reported he was being harassed by two classmates. A report was filed.

Thursday, Oct. 20

6:00 a.m.

NUPD spoke with a subject unaffiliated with NU after finding him asleep in the lobby of IV. He was found to have no prior incidents with NUPD but a positive criminal history. The subject was banned from all NU property and sent on his way. A report was filed.

1:43 p.m.

The manager of the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center called to report he was detaining a shoplifter. NUPD responded and reported speaking to the NU student, who was found to have prior incidents with NUPD. He was banned from both Wollaston’s Markets and sent on his way. A report was filed.

1:57 p.m.

A former NU student called to report she was receiving harassing emails in New York from a current student and requested information regarding her options. A report was filed.

8:41 p.m.

An NU student reported she was being harassed by a subject unaffiliated with NU. A report was filed.

8:48 p.m.

An NU professor called to report that she had confronted a student attempting to change his grade on her computer in Ryder Hall. She believed the student was still in the area. NUPD responded and reported the student had left the area prior to arrival. A report was filed.

10:34 p.m.

NUPD reported an NU student filed an online report stating that another NU student made racist comments on Twitter and she felt unsafe living in the same building as the student. A report was filed.

11:46 p.m.

An NU student called to report that two men followed him into his apartment building on Alphonsus Street and pulled a knife on him. He screamed for help and the men ran off. BPD was notified and NUPD responded. They reported the subjects were no longer in the area and left in an unknown direction. NUPD also reported nothing was taken from the student. BPD assumed jurisdiction and a report was filed.

Friday, Oct. 21

2:38 a.m.

A confidential domestic violence case was reported off campus on Gainsborough Street.

12:32 p.m.

An NU student reported that while walking on Hemenway Street toward Forsyth Street, he was pushed from behind by an unknown male, causing him to drop his phone. When the student bent over to pick up his phone the man slapped him in the back of the neck. A report was filed.

2:22 p.m.

An NU student reported his laptop and watch were stolen from his room in West Village H. A report was filed.

5:05 p.m.

NUPD stopped a former NU student on Huntington Avenue in front of the Cabot building as he was known to officers for being suspended and banned from the university. The subject was arrested and transported to Transit Police headquarters.

6:37 p.m.

NUPD reported stopping a Massachusetts-registered vehicle in front of IV for suspicious activity. NUPD reported confiscated an iPhone and a knife. A report was filed.

9:53 p.m.

NUPD reported checking on a person, later identified as unaffiliated with NU, who appeared to be intoxicated on Forsyth Street. NUPD requested Boston Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for an evaluation as the subject was conscious but not alert and vomiting. EMS transported the person to Boston Children’s Hospital.  

Saturday, Oct. 22

12:00 a.m.

An Allied Universal Security Services supervisor reported an NU student entered Davenport Commons B, signed into a residence and vomited all over the lobby. The student then entered the building and proceeded to her room. NUPD responded and reported speaking with the student, who was conscious and alert. She declined all medical attention and signed a medical waiver. Facilities was notified to clean up the area and a report was filed.

12:47 a.m.

NUPD reported stopping two people in the Ruggles Station upper busway. NUPD requested EMS for a 17-year-old girl, who was intoxicated and conscious but not alert. EMS transported the girl, unaffiliated with NU, to Boston Medical Center for further evaluation.

1:19 a.m.

An RA reported a college-aged man appeared to be intoxicated and was wandering inside 10 Coventry St. NUPD responded and located an NU student who stated he was nervous when RAs approached him because he hadn’t been able to register his Husky Card and therefore could not get into his room. He was staying with a friend for the night. The student was conscious, alert and declined medical attention.

7:28 a.m.

Facilities called to report vandalism to the fountain in front of Egan Center. NUPD responded and spoke with an NU staff member, who stated he noticed possible damage to the five fountain heads around 6 a.m. and then returned later to drain the water and double check. After draining the fountain, he reported all five fountain heads had been broken. A report was filed.  

9:21 a.m.

An RA in East Village reported a profane word was written on the whiteboard outside her room in permanent marker. A report was filed.

10:53 a.m.

An NU student reported his wallet was stolen from the Speare Quad the night prior to report. A report was filed.

2:15 p.m.

An NU student reported his clothes were stolen from a laundry room in West Village E. A report was filed.

4:14 p.m.

An RA in 115 St. Stephen St. reported finding a small amount of marijuana in a residence during Health and Wellness checks. NUPD responded and reported confiscating less than an ounce of the substance. A report was filed.

5:44 p.m.

An NU student reported her apartment on Edgerley Road was broken into the day prior to report. BPD was notified and a report was filed.

Sunday, Oct. 23

12:13 a.m.

A confidential sexual harassment case was reported.  

3:56 a.m.

NUPD reported speaking with a subject, unaffiliated with NU, who was observed almost driving a Massachusetts-registered vehicle into Stetson East. He was found to have a positive criminal history and NUPD reported he will be summonsed for disorderly conduct. A report was filed.

10:43 a.m.

An NU student called to report she had just been robbed of $600 from her room in White Hall.  She stated she had signed the suspect in and that he elbowed her and took her backpack before fleeing in a silver vehicle that had been parked on Forsyth Street in front of Marino Center. NUPD responded and reported the subject may have been driving a gray Chevy Malibu with Massachusetts plates. NUPD reported checking the area with negative results and EMS arrived to evaluate the student, who declined to be transported to a hospital. A report was filed.