Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending May 1. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor.
April 25: On Memorial Drive, an officer assisted the Cambridge Fire Department and the Massachusetts State Police with an individual who was unconscious in the road. The individual was transported to the hospital. Officers were dispatched to a report of a larceny in progress at the Vanderbilt Hall bike cage. Officers were able to stop two juveniles and one fled the area. Evidence was recovered at the scene and the two juveniles were escorted to their residence and released to the custody of their parent.
April 26: A credit card was reported stolen at 124 Mt. Auburn St.
April 27: Property damage to an emergency phone was reported at Memorial Hall. An officer was dispatched to Holmes Hall to take a report of keys, identification, shoes, and film stolen from a desk. An officer was dispatched to take a report of an individual lifting the skirt of someone sleeping on a bench in Loker Commons. Officers checked the area with negative results.
April 28: A bicycle was reported stolen at Lamont Library.
April 29: A computer was reported stolen at 1430 Massachusetts Ave. A suspicious voicemail was received at the Harvard Parking Office. A cordless phone was reported stolen at the Armenise Building. At 124 Mt. Auburn St., an officer took a report of a bottle of wine and a piece of luggage with contents that were reported stolen from the beginning of the year. At HUPD headquarters, an officer took a report of a stolen digital camera. An officer took a report at HUPD headquarters of a stolen camera and case that contained cash. An officer was dispatched to Yenching Library to take a report of a stolen projector.
April 30: A bag containing a cell phone was reported stolen at Loeb Drama Center. An officer stopped three individuals who were behaving in a suspicious manner at the Science Center. Two of the individuals were issued trespass warnings and the third was taken into custody on outstanding warrants. Home plate was reported stolen at O’Donnell Field. Officers were dispatched to 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur on a report of a fire. Officers report that the Boston Fire Department put out a small fire.
May 1: A backpack was reported stolen at the Pound Building. An officer was dispatched to the area of Kirkland and Quincy streets on a report of an individual known to have outstanding warrants. Subject was stopped, identified, and taken into custody.
Since April 25, three wallets have been reported stolen.