Campus & Community

Police reports

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Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending March 3. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at

Feb. 28: A passport was reported stolen from Harkness Commons.

Feb. 29: Officers were dispatched to the Maxwell Dworkin Building on a report of an individual that was known to have an active trespass warning for all University property. Officers arrived and located the individual, who attempted to flee the area upon seeing the officers. Following a brief struggle, the individual was placed under arrest. A wallet containing $50, ID card, license, MBTA pass, and credit cards was reported stolen at 651 Huntington Ave. While on the scene, the officer was approached by another individual who reported that their black Timberland boots were also stolen. While en route to a call, officers observed an individual at 1400 Massachusetts Ave. standing in the street screaming and waving their arms in an aggressive manner. The individual then stood in front of the officer’s vehicle and began to pound on the window and attempted to open the vehicle door. The officers exited the vehicle and the individual continued to behave in a confrontational manner. Officers then placed the individual under arrest for disorderly conduct.

March 2: At Vanderbilt Hall, an officer assisted the Boston Police Department in taking a report of an individual receiving harassing phone calls. An officer was dispatched to Mill and Plympton streets, to take a report of an indecent exposure (see HUPD advisory).

March 3: While monitoring a demonstration outside Holyoke Center, officers arrested two individuals who became confrontational and aggressive toward an officer. The individuals were charged separately with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. An unattended ID card was reported stolen from Eliot House Dining Hall. An ID card and keys were reported stolen from the Goldenson Building 1. At 111 Western Ave., an officer was informed that an individual had been threatened. An officer was later dispatched to the same location to take a report of harassment.