Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending Oct. 13. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at http://www.hupd.harvard.edu.
Oct. 9: At the Littauer Building, an individual was arrested and charged with trespassing after officers found the individual had been issued a no trespass warning for all Harvard University property. At Gund Hall, officers took a report of a stolen unattended Cannon video camera. At Teele Hall, an officer was dispatched to take a report of an individual receiving harassing phone calls. The officers reported that at Cabot House, a red mountain bicycle was stolen. At Brattle Street and Hawthorne Street, officers observed an individual known to be involved in previous incidents with the Harvard University Police Department. The individual was arrested after a field interview was conducted and the individual was checked for warrants with positive results.
Oct. 10: At Gannett House, officers were dispatched to take a report of an individual receiving suspicious phone calls. Another individual stated that a suspicious individual entered the building, made inappropriate comments, and left. A set of black Sony headphones was stolen at the Continuing Education computer facility. The headphones were returned after the owner confronted an individual in possession of them. At the New Research Building, a white mountain bicycle was stolen.
Oct. 11: Officers responded to a report of an individual who entered Cabot House through the fire door in the stairwell. It was reported that the individual fled the area when confronted by the reporting party.
Oct. 12: At 20 Plympton St., an officer was dispatched to take a report of a motor vehicle that sustained damage to its rear quarter panel. At Winthrop House, officers could not locate an individual who was reportedly struck by a bus.
Oct. 13: Officers were dispatched to a report at 1 Athens St., stating that an individual was walking around without clothing. At Comstock Hall and Harvard Hall, two mountain bicycles were stolen. An unsecured logo rug valued at $500, a framed photograph valued at $300, and a painting valued at $1,000 were all stolen from Adams House. A wallet was stolen from the Loeb Drama Center. An individual was arrested and charged with assault and battery after officers were dispatched to a report of a domestic disturbance. The reporting party stated that the individual attempted to control them by holding their wrists and then put their hands around the reporting party’s neck.