Crime Log: Jan. 10-Jan. 16

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Compiled by Anna Glina, News Correspondent

Tuesday, Jan. 10
1:26 p.m.
A senior lab technician in Hurtig Hall reported his laptop was stolen after he left the it unattended in an unlocked room while he went to lunch.

5:29 p.m.
A student called to report seeing a man on the first floor of Snell Library who assaulted her a few months ago. Northeastern University Division of Public Safety (NUPD) officers arrived and identified the man as a Northeastern student. The caller identified the suspect, and is seeking criminal charges for assault and battery. The suspect was reported to the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSCCR).

Wednesday, Jan. 11
9:52 a.m.
A student reported he left his iPhone in a bathroom in the basement of West Village F. He realized it was missing and returned to search for it, but could not find it.

5:24 p.m.
A faculty member reported her parking pass was stolen from her vehicle Sunday, Jan. 8 while it was parked in the Matthews Arena parking lot.

9:38 p.m.
A staff member in the Marino Center reported there was an unconscious student in the women’s restroom. Officers responded and spoke with the 19-year-old student, who was drinking off campus. The officers determined she did not need medical attention and could return to her residence hall. She was reported to OSCCR.

10:42 p.m.
Officers in the Curry Student Center saw a woman who was acting suspiciously and, as they approached her, got up and attempted to exit through a kitchen. When officers caught up with her, they identified her as a former Northeastern student. Officers confiscated her Husky Card, a fake Illinois driver’s license and a Husky Card belonging to another student.

Thursday, Jan. 12
1:24 p.m.
A staff member in the bookstore reported a college-aged man attempting to steal books. The staff member approached him and confiscated the books, but the man fled from the store before officers responded. He was last seen exiting the student center. NUPD officers obtained security camera footage and are investigating.

Friday, Jan. 13
1:24 p.m.
A staff member reported that on Jan. 12, her cell phone was missing from her office after two women came in to ask questions. Once she realized the phone was missing, she called it from another line and heard it ringing down the hall. She confronted the woman who had the phone, and the woman claimed to not know to whom the phone belonged. The case is under investigation.

4:16 p.m.
A student reported finding a dent on the driver’s side door of his vehicle, which was parked in the North Lot.

8:45 p.m.
A student called NUPD seeking medical attention for his friend, who he said had too much alcohol. Officers responded and found the friend, conscious but not alert. Boston Emergency Medical Services responded and evaluated him, determining he did not need medical attention. He was allowed to return to his dorm, and was reported to OSCCR.

10:29 p.m.
A caller reported an unconscious woman in afterHOURS in the Curry Student Center. When officers responded they found the woman, an underage student, conscious but obviously drunk. The officers called EMS personnel, who evaluated her state and decided to transport her to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She was reported to OSCCR.

11:51 p.m.
A proctor in Davenport Commons reported a student helping his friend, who appeared drunk, to his room. Officers went to the room and knocked on the door, but received no response. The officers called a residence director who let them into the room, where they found the male student semi-conscious. Boston EMS responded, and after evaluating the student, decided to transport him to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He was reported to OSCCR.

Saturday, Jan. 14
Entry of the week: 12:04 a.m.
A Resident Assistant (RA) in Willis Hall reported loud partying in a room. The RA said residents refused to answer the door. An officer responded and entered the room, in which he found a belligerent non-resident who asserted that the officer had “no right” to ask him for identification or to exit the room. The non-resident, a 20-year-old Northeastern student, was arrested on multiple charges. Chiou was also reported to OSCCR. All charges against Chiou have been dropped.

12:20 a.m.
A proctor reported a man vomited in the lobby of Davenport B while he was headed to his room. Officers located the student, who was underaged and blatantly intoxicated. Officers called EMS personnel, and after an evaluation, sent the student by ambulance to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He was reported to OSCCR.

12:38 a.m.
A caller reported a drunk and semi-conscious woman in the lobby of Stetson West. Officers located a State University of New York Geneseo student who was severely intoxicated. EMS personnel arrived and transported her to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

12:51 a.m.
Officers responded to a report of marijuana odor in Davenport B. The officers found no smell, but did discover a student having a party in the room. The student was cooperative, and guests left the room with no disciplinary problems.

1:04 a.m.
Officers responded to West Village A, where a proctor reported a man, who was unsteady on his feet and appeared intoxicated, entered the building. Officers found the man conscious and alert, and, after he confessed to drinking off campus, they released him to his room and reported him to OSCCR.

Officers responded to Stetson East on a report of an intoxicated woman entering the lobby. They located the underaged student, who was drunk and actively vomiting. She was transported to Tufts Medical Center and reported to OSCCR.

1:27 a.m.
While attending to the case cited above in Stetson East, officers noticed another underaged Northeastern student who appeared to be intoxicated. EMS personnel transported her to Tufts Medical Center. She was reported to OSCCR.

2:40 a.m.
A caller reported a woman who appeared to be drunk in Speare Hall. Upon entering, officers discovered the woman, an underaged student, who admitted to vomiting in the bathroom after drinking alcohol earlier in the evening. Officers determined she was safe to return to her room, and she was reported to OSCCR.

2:48 a.m.
Officers responded to St. Stephen Street at the request of BPD, who reported two Northeastern students in an altercation with two Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) students. All four students were identified, and the WIT students were issued notices for trespassing on Northeastern property. The Northeastern students were reported to OSCCR.

4:30 p.m.
A student reported derogatory notes written on the door of her dorm room in Stetson West. She woke up at 4 a.m. and heard people writing on her door. The comments were not racial in nature.

5:06 p.m.
A student reported his iPad was stolen from a computer lab in West Village H, where he left it for the entirety of winter break.

8:23 p.m.
A student reported two men stole her cell phone while she was on the Orange Line at the Massachusetts Avenue T station.

10:59 p.m.
A proctor reported a woman who appeared drunk trying to enter Burstein Hall, then called back to say she left the building. Officers arrived and found the woman, a student, by the bike racks. She was vomiting and not fully alert, and was sent to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center by ambulance. The student, who was underage, was reported to OSCCR.

Sunday, Jan. 15
12:25 a.m.
Officers responded to West Village G, where they found an underaged female student who was conscious but not alert. Boston EMS responded, determined that she did not need to be hospitalized, and sent her back to her residence. She was reported to OSCCR.

12:32 a.m.
A proctor in Stetson West called to report a resident signed in a man who appeared intoxicated and had to be helped into the building. Officers responded, and located an 18-year-old student who was conscious and somewhat alert. Officers called EMS personnel, who determined the student did not need medical attention. The student told officers he believed he has an alcohol problem and would like to speak to someone about it. He was transported to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and officers confiscated nine beers from his refrigerator. The student was reported to OSCCR, as well as Northeastern’s We Care program.

1:36 a.m.
A proctor reported a man who seemed intoxicated when a student was signing him into Willis Hall. Officers responded and spoke to a 19-year-old with no affiliation to the university, who admitted to having a few beers. He did not require hospitalization, and the Northeastern student who had signed him into the residence was permitted to allow the 19-year-old to stay overnight. The Northeastern student had not been drinking.

1:48 a.m.
A proctor from West Village A reported a woman who appeared to be drunk and helped into the building by a friend. Officers responded and located the 20-year-old Tufts student, who they determined did not need hospitalization.

10:38 p.m.
A caller reported loud music coming from 204 Hemenway St., a leased university property. Officers arrived and spoke to a Northeastern student who agreed to turn the music down for the night. There were no further complaints.

Monday, Jan. 16
12:11 a.m.
A student in Kerr Hall reported he was receiving harassing and threatening text messages from an unknown person, to whom he had responded. The case is under investigation.

12:47 a.m.
Officers responded to Davenport Commons on a report of an 18-year-old student who appeared to be drunk. EMS determined he was intoxicated and needed to be taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Officers confiscated two IDs that did not belong to the student. He was reported to OSCCR, and a report has been filed with Registry of Motor Vehicles.

2:25 a.m.
A caller reported a man was unconscious in the second floor men’s bathroom of Stetson West. Officers found an 18-year-old student, who was partially alert and obviously intoxicated. Boston EMS responded and transported him to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He has been reported to OSCCR.

9:44 a.m.
A student reported her purse was missing from an apartment at 480 Massachusetts Ave., where she attended a party the previous night. The bag contained her Husky Card, credit cards, house keys and other valuables. The student was escorted to the Boston Police Department to file a report.