Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending Sept. 19. The official log is located 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor.
Sept. 14: Officers assisted the Massachusetts State Police (MSP) with a minor motor vehicle accident on Brookline Avenue. Two printers were reported stolen from Chase Hall. Officers were dispatched to the Shattuck Street lot to assist the Boston Fire Department with a minor fire at a construction site. An officer was dispatched to Lyman Lab parking lot to take a report of a shattered motor vehicle window. Officers were dispatched to the Charles River on a report of a person screaming for help. MSP and an ambulance were notified. The individual was transported to a medical facility for treatment.
Sept. 15: An officer responded to 1 Western Ave. to take a report of a verbal altercation between two people.
Sept. 16: Two wallets were reported stolen from the Cronkhite Graduate Center.
Sept. 17: Officers responded to a call from the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) for assistance in dispersing a fight in progress at Massachusetts Avenue and Holyoke Street. Bicycle parts including a seat, light, and tires were reported stolen from the rack at Gordon McKay Lab.
Sept. 18: An officer was dispatched to Dunster House on a report of a simple assault. Victim reported being shoved against a wall and grabbed by his throat. No medical treatment was required. An officer assisted the Boston Police Department with motor vehicle accident at 150 N. Harvard St. An unauthorized use of a debit card was reported at Eliot House. Two pocket watches were reported stolen at William James Hall. Officers were dispatched to 1 Western Ave. on a report of a domestic disturbance in progress. Upon arrival, it was determined both a verbal and a physical assault had occurred. One individual was placed under arrest for domestic assault and for threatening to commit a crime.
Sept. 19: A rear bicycle tire was reported stolen at 7 Divinity Ave. An officer was dispatched to assist CPD and MSP for a possible human body seen floating in the Charles River. The body was located not on Harvard property. MSP took over the scene. A shoulder bag containing credit cards, a cell phone, and other personal items was reported stolen at Paine Music Hall.
Since Sept. 14, four bicycles and five laptops have been reported stolen.