Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending Nov. 10. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at http://www.hupd.harvard.edu.
Nov. 6: An officer was dispatched to Quincy House to take a report of an individual cutting wires. The individual left the area after being confronted by the reporting party. At the Stadium, officers responded to a report of cut wires to four vending machines and two food carts.
Nov. 7: At Gund Hall, an individual causing a disturbance was arrested after being checked for wants and warrants with positive results. Officers were dispatched to the Littauer Center to a report of an unwanted guest and sent the individual on their way. At the Landmark Center, an officer was dispatched to take a report of a damaged window. A suspicious letter was received at Massachusetts Hall. An officer was dispatched to Boylston Gate, to take a report of an assault. The officer arrived and spoke to the reporting party, who stated that while walking, they were approached by two individuals. One of the individuals grabbed the reporting party by the neck. The second individual began to yell at the reporting party, hitting the person in the mouth. After a failed attempt to grab the individual’s cell phone, the two left the area.
Nov. 8: Officers were dispatched to assist the Cambridge Police Department with an individual causing a disturbance at Mt. Auburn St. and Plympton St. At North Hall, an officer was dispatched to take a report of damage done to a window. The front tires of an individual’s motor vehicle were slashed at Cumnock Field.
Nov. 9: At the Quincy House Library, an officer was dispatched to a report of an individual causing a disturbance. Officers arrived and searched the area for the individual with negative results.
Nov. 10: An officer was dispatched to Tosteson Medical Education Center to take a report of a theft. The following unattended items were reported missing: a MacBook Pro laptop and charger, credit cards, and $80 in cash. At the Warren Alpert Building, an officer was dispatched to take a report of a stolen iPod nano.