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Crime Log: Monday, September 3 – Monday, September 9

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Crime Log: Monday, September 3 – Monday, September 9

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Compiled by Jill Sojourner, news staff

Monday, Sept. 3

10:08 a.m.

NUPD reported the Wentworth Police Department arrested an individual who was unaffiliated with NU for assaulting an NU student’s parent in front of 607 Huntington Ave. A report was filed.

11:43 a.m.

An NU student reported his bicycle was stolen from the bicycle racks outside of International Village, or IV. A report was filed.

4:06 p.m.

An individual reported his bicycle was stolen from the Renaissance Park Garage. A report was filed.

6:05 p.m.

An NU student reported a man who was talking to himself, rubbing his face and punching the air at the Marino Recreation Center. NUPD responded and reported speaking with the man, who was unaffiliated with NU, who was found to have a criminal record. NUPD requested Emergency Medical Services, or EMS, who cleared the man. NUPD further reported banning him from all NU property and sending him on his way. A report was filed.

11:08 p.m.

An NU employee reported his bicycle was stolen from the bicycle racks outside of IV. A report was filed.

Tuesday, Sept. 4

1:24 p.m.

An NU student reported his bicycle was stolen from outside of Cahners Hall. A report was filed.

3:54 p.m.

An NU student reported her bicycle was stolen from the bicycle racks outside of Melvin Hall. A report was filed.

11:17 p.m.

The Boston Police Department, or BPD, reported a robbery on Tremont Street involving four male suspects. BPD further reported two NU students were at the Western Union check cashing center when one of the suspects held a knife to one student’s neck. A report was filed.

Wednesday, Sept. 5

7:23 a.m.

The manager of Wollaston’s Market in West Village B requested NUPD assistance with the termination of an employee. The manager reported the employee was clocking in but not working. NUPD responded and reported the employee was banned from both Wollaston’s Market locations and sent on his way. A report was filed.

10:54 a.m.

An NU staff member reported a check was stolen from her and later cashed. A report was filed.

2:35 p.m.

NUPD reported finding an NU student’s fake I.D. in a lost wallet. A report was filed.

Friday, Sept. 7

3:12 a.m.

An NU staff member reported a man impersonating a security guard in the alley next to Melvin Hall. The employee further reported the man had a flashlight that he was shining in people’s eyes and ordering them to “assume the position.” NUPD responded and reported checking the area with negative results. A report was filed.

10:10 a.m.

The manager of Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Recreation Center reported a man stealing. NUPD responded and reported banning the man from all NU property and sending him on his way. A report was filed.

8:06 p.m.

A confidential domestic violence case occurred off campus. A report was filed.

11:08 p.m.

The proctor at West Village A reported a female NU student passed out by the elevators. NUPD responded and requested EMS, who transported the student to the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The residence director was notified. A report was filed.

Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018

1:33 a.m.

An NU student reported her friend, also an NU student, may have alcohol poisoning. NUPD responded and requested EMS, who cleared the student. A report was filed.

1:38 a.m.

A Resident Assistant reported an unconscious NU student on Opera Place near the Speare Hall Quad. NUPD responded and requested EMS, who transported the student to Tufts Medical Center. A report was filed.

12:04 p.m.

An NU student reported his bicycle was stolen from the bicycle racks outside of Snell Library. A report was filed.

Sunday, Sept. 9

12:17 a.m.

The proctor at Willis Hall reported a highly intoxicated NU student in the lobby at the proctor station attempting to gain access. NUPD responded and requested EMS, who transported the student to the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. A report was filed.

1:06 a.m.

An NUPD officer reported confiscating less than an ounce of marijuana from two NU students behind the Fenway pumphouse and sending them on their way. A report was filed.

1:32 a.m.

An individual reported an NU student was intoxicated and vomiting. NUPD responded and requested EMS, who transported the student to the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. A report was filed.

9:04 a.m.

An individual reported an NU student who did not have access to the Marino Recreation Center entered the women’s locker room. NUPD responded and reported the student was completely uncooperative and made threats toward staff. A report was filed.

12:42 p.m.

An NU student reported his bicycle was stolen from Speare Place. A report was filed.

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