Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department for the week ending Nov. 14. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at http://www.hupd.harvard.edu/.
Nov. 10: An unattended wallet was reported stolen from Andover Hall. An officer was dispatched to 77 Ave. Louis Pasteur to take a report of past threats to commit a crime.
Nov. 11: A bicycle tire was reported stolen from the Botanic Gardens. A laptop was reported stolen from the New Research Building.
Nov. 12: At Dunster Street, an officer took a report of annoying phone calls.
Nov. 13: A duffle bag containing a wallet with four credit cards, IDs, keys, and other miscellaneous items was reported stolen from a secured locker at the Malkin Athletic Center. A laptop was reported stolen from the Phillips Brooks House. A mountain bike was reported stolen from Currier House. Officers conducted a field interview of two individuals acting suspiciously around the bike rack inside the parking garage at the Botanic Gardens. The officers then arrested the individuals for trespassing.
Nov. 14: An officer assisted the Cambridge Police Department with an individual who was struck by a motor vehicle at Mill and Plympton streets. Property damage was reported to a window at 175 North Harvard St. An officer was dispatched to Peabody Terrace garage to take a report of damage done to a motor vehicle’s bumper caused by a parking gate arm. The fraudulent use of an individual’s credit card was reported at Wigglesworth Hall. An unattended jacket valued at $600 was reported stolen from the Science Center.