Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending Oct. 6. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at http://www.hupd.harvard.edu.
Oct. 2: An officer was dispatched to Cabot House to take a report of the following stolen items: three laptop computers, a laptop charger, keys, and a backpack. A blue Range Rover was also stolen from a nearby parking lot. It contained two sets of golf bags with clubs, two backpacks, a pair of flip-flops, textbooks, and cash. The vehicle was found in another location; however, only the flip-flops and two backpacks were recovered. At Boylston Hall, an individual’s identification card was stolen. Officers were dispatched to Massachusetts Hall to a report of an unwanted guest. When officers arrived, the individual was in the process of leaving the area.
Oct. 3: At the Science Center, an individual received a suspicious letter. An individual in the Holden Green Complex set off a fire alarm after putting a hanger on a sprinkler head. When the individual tried to remove the hanger, the head broke off, activating all of the sprinklers and flooding the residence.
Oct. 4: A theft was reported at Terry Terrace, where items were stolen from an individual’s bicycle. There were no suspicious individuals in the area at the time of the theft.
Oct. 5: An unwanted guest was removed from Shattuck House. At Eliot House, officers were dispatched to a report of two suspicious individuals. The individuals were issued a trespass warning and sent on their way. Officers were dispatched to the Blackstone Steam Plant Complex to assist with locating an individual involved in a robbery.
Oct. 6: Officers sent an unwanted guest on their way at the Holyoke Center. A trespass warning was issued to an unwanted guest at the Baker Center. At 1306 Massachusetts Ave., an individual was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and threat to commit a crime, after harassing individuals passing by and threatening dispatched officers.