Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending June 2. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at http://www.hupd.harvard.edu/.
May 29: An officer was dispatched to Vanderbilt Hall to take a report of property damage. Upon arrival the officer spoke to the reporting individual who stated that somebody had pried open the door to the basement. The officer observed damage to the door and the locking mechanism. The reporting individual stated that nothing was missing. A fanny pack valued at $20 that contained a disposal camera and a wristwatch was reported stolen at Aldrich Hall. An officer was dispatched to 175 North Harvard St. to take a report of a motor vehicle accident with no personal injuries.
May 30: Officers observed three individuals drinking in the area of Weld Boathouse. A field interview was conducted and each of the individuals was run for warrants with one positive result. One of the individuals was then placed under arrest for warrant service.
June 1: An officer observed an individual in Harvard Yard lying down in the gazebo. The individual was run for warrants with negative results before being placed under arrest for trespassing. Officers were dispatched to the Fairchild Biochemistry Building on a report of individuals checking doors. The reporting individual stated that the three suspects opened their office door and turned the lights on before fleeing the area. The officers located the individuals who fled the area upon observing the officers. The officers gave chase and located two of the suspects before placing them under arrest for trespassing and nighttime breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony.
June 2: An unattended wallet containing a license, credit cards, and an identification card was reported stolen from 77 Ave. Louis Pasteur. An Xbox was reported stolen from Cabot House. Vandalism to the main lounge of Shad Hall was reported. The reporting individual stated that food and soda had been scattered around the room and that the television was covered in soda.