Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department for the week ending May 29. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor.
May 23: A wallet was reported stolen at 45 Shattuck St. Officers were dispatched to 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur on two separate occasions to take reports of a past burglary. Officers were dispatched to Lowell House to take a report of a restraining order violation. The offending individual was later charged with one count of violating the restraining order. A purse was reported stolen at Adams House.
May 24: A microwave was reported stolen at Matthews Hall. An officer took a report at Vanderbilt Hall of a burglary into a gym locker. An officer was dispatched to the river dorms to take a report of a past sexual assault. The investigation is ongoing. A calculator was reported stolen at Fowler House.
May 25: At 9 Grant St., a motor vehicle was reported damaged as a result of a tree being cut. An officer took a report of the fraudulent use of a credit card at the Harvard Business School Coop. Suspicious mail was received at the Kennedy School of Government. An officer took a report of a past sexual assault at the river dorms. The investigation is ongoing.
May 26: IDs were reported stolen at Tosteson Medical Education Center and the Malkin Center. Officers conducted a field interview with an individual at 5 Linden St. Officers determined that the individual had an outstanding warrant and arrested the individual.
May 27: Officers were dispatched to 17 Peabody Terrace to investigate a report of phone calls and e-mails received in violation of a restraining order. An officer then responded to Aberdeen Avenue and took an individual into custody for violating an abuse prevention order. A laptop was reported stolen from the Harvard College Fund. An officer was dispatched to 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur to take a report of a stolen purse. The purse was subsequently recovered minus cash. An LCD projector was reported stolen at Andover Hall.
May 28: Officers were dispatched on a report of a homeless person in the Loeb Drama Center. After a field interview, the individual was taken into custody for warrant service. Heavy equipment was vandalized at 155 N. Harvard St. A backpack was reported stolen at the Science Center.
Since May 23, four bicycles have been reported stolen.