Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department for the week ending May 1. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at <a href=http://www.hupd.harvard.edu/>http://www.hupd.harvard.edu/</a>.
April 27: A hammock was reported stolen from Lionel Hall. Graffiti was reported on the field at Harvard Stadium. A cash box containing $3,400 was reported stolen from Mather House. At the Kennedy School, an individual was placed under arrest for attempting to steal a pocketbook, being in possession of a hypodermic needle, receiving stolen property, and trespassing. Officers were dispatched to the Kennedy School on a report of an unwanted guest. The individual was advised that criminal complaints will be sought and was escorted from the building. A stolen ID card was reported at Hastings Hall.
April 28: A credit card was reported stolen at 22 Divinity Ave. One hundred blank CDs were reported stolen from Harvard Institutes of Medicine. Damage to a parking gate arm was reported in the Business School lot.
April 29: An individual flagged down an officer to report that $150 and a hat were stolen. A laptop was reported stolen from Harkness Commons. Officers were dispatched to Pforzheimer House on a report of a possible assault in progress. Officers arrived, spoke with the individuals involved, and filed a report.
April 30: Outside Currier House, a witness reported seeing an individual remove items from an ambulance. The officer conducted a field interview with the individual before placing the suspect under arrest for breaking and entering a vehicle with intent to commit a felony and disorderly conduct. A jacket and cell phone were reported stolen from Currier House.
May 1: Vandalism to a wall of Sheetrock was reported at the New Research Building. A cell phone was reported stolen from the Spangler Center. An officer assisted the Cambridge Police Department with a motor vehicle accident at 1730 Cambridge St.
Since April 27, three bicycles and a lock have been reported stolen.