Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department for the week ending Oct. 10. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at http://www.hupd.harvard.edu/.
Oct. 6: Five syringes valued at $1,000 were reported stolen from Armenise Building One. A male undergraduate student reported to the Massachusetts State Police that he was the victim of an armed robbery while walking along Memorial Drive. The victim stated that as he neared Akron Street, two males approached and stopped him before demanding that he surrender his iPod. One of the suspects displayed a knife during the robbery. The suspects fled up Akron Street. The victim was unable to provide a detailed description of the suspects.
Oct. 7: An officer was dispatched to Hoffman Lab on a report of individuals acting suspiciously. Upon arrival, the officer conducted a field interview and checked the three individuals for warrants with negative results. The individuals then produced several items that were taken from inside the building. The three were placed under arrest for breaking and entering (nighttime) and larceny from a building. A syringe valued at $200 was reported stolen from Armenise Building One.
Oct. 8: An officer was dispatched to Mather House Tower to take a report of harassing e-mails.
Oct. 10: An officer was dispatched to Shaw Hall to take a report of harassing phone calls. A digital camera was reported stolen from Lowell House. Vandalism to the kitchen and dining hall was reported at Lowell House. A cell phone was reported stolen from the Science Center. An unattended wallet was reported stolen from the Lowell House dining hall. At 240 Longwood Ave., tires to a motor vehicle were reported slashed. Officers were dispatched to Emerson Hall on a report of three individuals refusing to leave the area. Upon arrival, the officers conducted a field interview and checked the three individuals for warrants with negative results. Two of the individuals were given trespass warnings for all Harvard property and the third individual was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and for disturbing a public assembly.
Since Oct. 6, three bicycles have been reported stolen.