Compiled by Stephanie Eisemann, news staff
Crime of the week: Thursday, Oct. 27
Boston Police Department (BPD) officers reported shots were fired in the area of Annunciation Road but there was no Shotspotter activation. BPD also reported two subjects were seen running from the area. BPD, with Northeastern University Police Department (NUPD), Transit police and State police searched the area with negative results. BPD located the victim who had been shot at and reported the subjects may have fled in the area of Ward Street. BPD assumed jurisdiction.
Monday, Oct. 24
The manager of the Wollaston’s market in the Marino Center called to report a man stealing from the store. NUPD officers responded and stopped the man, who was unaffiliated with Northeastern University (NU). He was banned from all NU property and escorted out of the building. A report was filed.
NUPD reported speaking with a man, unaffiliated with NU, after observing him loitering in the International Village (IV) classroom area. He was found to have a positive criminal history, was escorted from the building and issued a trespassing warning.
Tuesday, Oct. 25
NUPD reported being approached by an NU student who was assaulted by an unknown man who was approximately 30 years old between the Marino Center and Speare alleyway. The man was last seen bleeding heavily and heading toward Huntington Avenue. NUPD checked the area with negative results. The student seemed to be intoxicated but was conscious, alert and signed a medical waiver. A report was filed.
NUPD reported meeting with Edward M. Kennedy Academy staff who reported a window was smashed and several areas inside Cahners Hall were ransacked. Upon inspection they had noticed a laptop and several other items had been stolen. A report was filed.
An individual from Speare Hall called to report her friend had just been robbed but was too upset to provide further details. NUPD responded and reported an NU student was robbed of her cell phone and credit card by two juvenile males. NUPD stopped two boys unaffiliated with NU who matched the victim’s description on Hemenway Street. The victim was able to positively identify the subjects and both were placed under arrest for unarmed robbery. A report was filed.
Wednesday, Oct. 26
An NU student entered NUPD headquarters at Columbus Place to retrieve found property which during an inventory check had revealed three IDs. Two of the IDs were fake IDs placing the student over 21 years old. NUPD reported confiscating the two IDs.
A confidential indecent assault and battery case occurred at 319 Huntington Ave.
Thursday, Oct. 27
An NU student reported the apartment above her in Rubenstein Hall was playing loud music and being disruptive. NUPD responded and spoke to the resident NU student who agreed to turn the music down and send guests home for the night.
An NU student called to report she was being followed by a man in an SUV on Parker Street. NUPD responded to meet with the student regarding the incident and she was transported to BPD headquarters. A report was filed.
A Chartwells employee called to report that a man that frequents Rebecca’s Cafe had just thrown a cup at her, hitting her in the face. NUPD responded and spoke with the employee, who provided a description for the officers. The man was gone prior to their arrival but was reported for harassing people the following day at 10:37 a.m. NUPD responded and stopped the man, an NU student, who was found to have prior incidents with the department. The student was banned from Churchill Hall and sent on his way.
NUPD reported being approached by an NU student whose bike was stolen between 10 a.m. and just 5 p.m. The bike was valued at $50. A report was filed.
NUPD reported being approached by Marino Center staff who reported that a male student had been following two female students. NUPD spoke with the two women and checked the area for the subject with negative results. A report was filed.
A Resident Advisor (RA) called to report a woman who was not feeling well in the bathroom of Stetson East. NUPD responded and reported the woman, an NU student, was now in her room. Boston Emergency Medical Services (EMS) was requested as the woman was intoxicated but the student said she planned to stay in her room for the night. A report was filed.
Friday, Oct. 28
An NU staff member notified NUPD about a fraudulent diploma. A report was filed.
An NU student reported that newspapers he subscribes to have been stolen from the lobby of the Columbus Place mailroom. A report was filed.
A bookstore staff member called to report that a college-aged man stole a book from the store and was potentially in the Curry Student Center food court. NUPD responded and stopped the man, an NU student. The bookstore management declined to ban the student as it was his first offense. The student was sent on his way and referred to Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution. A report was filed.
Saturday, Oct. 29
NUPD reported an intoxicated woman in the front lobby of 122 St. Stephen’s St. and requested EMS. EMS cleared the woman, an NU student, to return to her residence. A report was filed.
A resident assistant of Smith Hall called to request assistance for an intoxicated woman in the lobby. EMS was notified and transported the NU student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The residence director (RD) was notified. A report was filed.
An RA in East Village reported an NU student who was intoxicated and called back to report that he had gone back to his residence in the building. NUPD responded and reported the student was conscious, alert and in no need of medical attention.
An RA called to report she was with an intoxicated female NU student at 337 Huntington Ave. and needed assistance. EMS responded and transported the student to Tufts Medical Center. A report was filed.
An RA reported smelling marijuana near a room in Kennedy Hall. NUPD responded and found no smell but spoke with the NU student and reported confiscating four liters of alcohol from the room. A report was filed.
The proctor in Stetson West stated a resident was not feeling well. NUPD responded and found the NU student was intoxicated and conscious but not alert. EMS was requested but declined transportation after evaluation. A report was filed.
An NU student reported his backpack, which contained a laptop and calculator, was stolen from the IV dining hall. A report was filed.
A proctor in IV called to report an older man who appeared intoxicated sitting on the couch. NUPD responded and spoke with the man, who was homeless. He was sent on his way and left the area.
A passerby reported a group of juveniles in Carter Park were throwing rocks and bottles at people on the sidewalk. BPD was notified and NUPD responded and confiscated two cap guns and a fake knife. BPD took custody of the confiscated property. All the juveniles were identified as subjects unaffiliated with NU and sent on their way. A report was filed.
An individual in Stetson West called NUPD to report her roommate had come back to Stetson West intoxicated and passed out. NUPD responded and reported the NU student was breathing but in and out of consciousness. EMS was notified and transported the woman to Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The RD was notified and a report was filed.
Sunday, Oct. 30
A White Hall RA called to report a woman vomiting outside the building. NUPD responded and requested EMS for the woman, an NU student, who was conscious and semi-alert. EMS transported the student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The RD was notified and a report was filed.
An NU student reported his roommate in West Village A was intoxicated and unresponsive. NUPD responded and requested EMS for the NU student. Boston Fire Department (BFD) and EMS arrived. EMS transported the student to Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The RD was notified and a report was filed.
The manager of the Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Center reported speaking with a person who tried to steal sodas from the story. As he was calling NUPD, the person left the area on Forsyth Street toward Ruggles Station. NUPD stopped the subject, unaffiliated with NU, and found no prior history. The subject was banned from all NU property and a report was filed.