Entry of the week: Monday, July 21, 2:03 p.m.
A female not affiliated with the university reported parking her car on Speare Place behind the Marino Center and leaving it unattended with the windows down for ten minutes. When she returned at 2 p.m., her wallet containing $2,500 in addition to 3 ATM cards and 3 credit cards had been stolen.
Entry of the Week: Tuesday, June 24, 9:44 a.m.
A Northeastern staff member reported that someone used a blow torch on a public locker on the third floor of Behrakis Hall. The locker and its lock were destroyed, but entry to the locker was not gained. The damage was photographed and a report was filed.
Entry of the Week: Tuesday, June 10, 11:36 a.m.
A female was reported stealing two pints of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream from Wollaston’s in the Marino Center. The subject ran into Panera Bread, where she was stopped by an officer. She identified herself as “Ebonne Burke” which was found to be an alias after she was fingerprinted at the MBTA. The woman, not affiliated with the university, was found to have three outstanding misdemeanors warrants and one outstanding felony warrant for shoplifting. The charges from Wollaston’s were added to the arrest and the ice cream was recovered from the street.
The Northeastern police department assisted MBTA forces when a fight broke out on the lower platform of Ruggles Station, involving an umbrella as a weapon. Officers then assisted transit police with one of the subjects who was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. The subject was not affiliated with the university.
Entry of the Week: Thursday, May 15, 6:27 p.m.
A Northeastern student entered NUPD headquarters to report her bicycle might have been stolen from outside Curry Student Center in the past 10 days.
Entry of the week: Friday, April 25, 1:33 a.m.
A male Northeastern student attempted to swipe into International Village claiming that he had lived there all semester. He was not listed on the building’s roster. He then stated he was going to “Stetson” but was found later in his West Village A apartment. The student had previously not admitted to drinking but later admitted that he had provided the responding officers with a fake ID as he was not of legal age. The fake ID was then confiscated.
Thursday, Aug. 29, 9:08 a.m.
Facilities reported a man bathing in the fountain near the Egan Research Center. The man was last seen walking into Shillman Hall. Officers spoke to the man, who is not affiliated with the university. Officers gave him a pair of socks and boots and sent him on his way.
Entry of the week: Saturday, March 29, 12:03 a.m.
A student reported men burning jerseys in the alleyway behind 27 Symphony Rd. Officers responded and spoke to the subject, who was disgruntled over a sports team draft. No fire or smoke was in the area upon the officers’ arrival.
Entry of the week: Saturday, March 29, 12:17 a.m.
The word “help” was written on a wall in White Hall. Officers determined the word was written in either blood or chocolate, and that there was no one in the area.
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Tuesday, March 18, 8 a.m.
Students for Justice in Palestine and other groups supporting them staged an orderly protest on Huntington Avenue near Krentzman Quad, with approximately 250 attendees.