Campus & Community

Police reports

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Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending Nov. 2. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor.

Oct. 27: A computer was reported stolen from the Harvard Advocate. A lost passport was reported at Cabot House.

Oct. 28: Officers were dispatched to 72 Mt. Auburn St. to assist the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) in settling a dispute between a group of students and a limousine company. Suitcases were reported stolen from the Hasty Pudding building. Medication was reported stolen from Vanderbilt Hall.

Oct. 29: A past hit and run motor vehicle incident was reported at 10 Shattuck St. At the Yenching Library, officers arrested an individual who had previously been issued a trespass warning for all University property. Officers were dispatched to the Countway Library on the report of an attempted larceny of a wallet. The victim, who had caught the suspect in the act of stealing the wallet, did not wish to press charges. Suspect was issued a trespass warning and escorted off the property. A report of threatening e-mails was filed at Hamilton Hall. Officers were dispatched to 34 Mt. Auburn St. on the report of a sudden death. CPD and Medical Examiner¹s Office took jurisdiction of the scene.

Oct. 30: A cellular phone was reported lost at Winthrop House. A computer monitor was reported stolen from 104 Mt. Auburn St. Officers dispatched to Greenough Hall on the report of a motor vehicle crashing into parked cars on Prescott Street. CPD arrived and took control of the scene, arresting the driver for operating under the influence of alcohol. Watches and CDs were reported stolen from Quincy House. Officers assisted CPD with a large group fighting in the Pit.

Oct. 31: A cell phone was reported stolen at Leverett House Dining Hall. A wallet was reported stolen at American Repertory Theatre.

Nov. 1: Money was reported stolen at Baker Hall. Officer dispatched to take a report of fraud at Holyoke Center wherein a business owner paid money to an illegitimate company that calls itself ³Cambridge Fire Prevention.² Officers were dispatched to investigate a bomb threat at the School of Public Health, Building 3. The building was deemed safe by the Boston Police Bomb Squad. Officers assisted CPD in making an arrest at the kiosk in the Square. A laptop was reported stolen from Thayer Hall.

Nov. 2: The operator of a motor vehicle that struck an HUPD crusier at Dunster and Mt. Auburn streets was cited for four motor vehicle infractions. Officers responded to noise complaints at Claverly Hall, 95 Prescott St., and Mather House.

The victim of an alleged unarmed robbery at Soldiers Field Park on Oct. 30, reported in the police log of last week¹s Gazette, later recanted his story.