Crime Log: Monday, March 18 to Sunday, March 24

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Crime Log: Monday, March 18 to Sunday, March 24

Sully Barrett, news staff

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Monday, March 18

3:54 p.m.

NU staff reported a man yelling racial slurs in the dining hall in International Village, or IV. Officers responded and reported the man was an NU student and that he denied making the slurs. Officers reported escorting the student from the building. A report was filed.

4:02 p.m.

During a health and safety inspection, an RD reported finding an exit sign in a room in Kerr Hall that was previously removed from another location on campus. Officers responded and reported not being able to contact the residents. A report was filed.

5:22 p.m.

An RD reported that an RA found an NUPD traffic barricade in a room at 106 St. Stephen St. while conducting health and safety inspections. Officers responded and reported not being able to contact the residents. A report was filed.

6:16 p.m.

An individual not affiliated with NU reported her cell phone was stolen from Carter Playground. A report was filed.

7:47 p.m.

An RA reported finding a smoke detector covered with a plastic bag while conducting health and safety inspections in a room in IV. A report was filed.

Tuesday, March 19

5:52 p.m.

An NU student reported her cell phone was stolen from a room in Churchill Hall. A report was filed.

8:04 p.m.

An NU student reported his bike was stolen from outside Ell Hall. A report was filed.

Wednesday, March 20

10:30 a.m.

An NU student reported her package was stolen after being delivered to her residence at 409 Huntington Ave. A report was filed.

Thursday, March 21

5:43 p.m.

NU staff reported a former NU student who was not registered with the Alumni Office was repeatedly sneaking into the Snell Library. Staff reported attempting to make contact with the former student by email and in person with no response. A report was filed.

Friday, March 22

2:44 a.m.

An officer reported an Uber driver signaled him and stated that an intoxicated woman was in the back seat of his car and needed medical assistance. The officer reported identifying the woman as an NU student and that she was conscious and alert. The student declined all medical attention. A report was filed.

10:38 a.m.

An NU student reported his laptop was stolen from Ryder Hall. A report was filed.

10:47 a.m.

An NU staff member reported that students were defacing property her department had placed around campus and that the “Giving Banner” was missing from Columbus Garage. A report was filed.

11:22 a.m.

A staff member at Wollaston’s Market in the Marino Recreation Center reported a man was attempting to shoplift a sandwich and a drink. Officers responded and identified the man as not affiliated with NU. Officers reported banning the man from all NU property. A report was filed.

2:51 p.m.

An individual reported a homeless man was yelling at her and refusing to leave Chicken Lou’s. Officers responded and identified the man as not affiliated with NU. Officers placed the man under arrest for active warrants for open and gross lewdness and disturbing the peace. A report was filed.

4:49 p.m.

An NU staff member reported her cell phone and debit card were stolen from her office in Meserve Hall. A report was filed.

Saturday, March 23

6:30 p.m.

An individual not affiliated with NU reported her coat and purse were stolen from the restroom on the first floor of Marino Recreation Center. A report was filed.

Sunday, March 24

4:29 a.m.

A Northeast Security supervisor reported a man was passed out in the Architecture Studio. Officers responded and identified the man as an NU student. Officers reported an ambulance transported the student to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for medical evaluation. A report was filed.

6:28 p.m.

An NU student reported a man was stumbling around in Carter Park and appeared to need medical assistance. Officers responded and reported the man claimed he was an NU student and that he had recently used heroin. Officers requested an ambulance which transported the man to Tufts Medical Center. Officers reported having no record of an NU student with the man’s name. A report was filed.