Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending April 13. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at www.hupd.harvard.edu/.
April 9: Officers were dispatched to Canaday Hall to a report of a cigarette that created a small fire in the road. The officers reported that the fire was out upon arrival. At Taubman Center, officers were dispatched to a report of an unwanted guest in the building. The reporting party stated that after informing the guest they were not allowed on the property, the individual fled the area. The following unattended items were stolen from Hemenway Gymnasium: a purple coat, a blue and gray sweatshirt, and a wallet containing a key, ID card, and two credit cards. An unattended Apple MacBook laptop was stolen from Gannett House.
April 10: At the Murr Center Lot, an officer was dispatched to a report of windshield damage done by a baseball. At Maxwell Dworkin Building, officers were dispatched to a report of a suspicious individual possibly following another individual. Officers searched the area for the individual with negative results. At Tosteson Medical Education Center, officers were dispatched to a report of a stolen bicycle and cable lock.
April 11: At Annenberg Hall, an officer observed an individual attempting to conceal liquor under their coat entering a function. Officers confiscated and disposed of the alcohol and informed the individual they could enter the function. At Lowell House, officers were dispatched to a report of an individual carrying a rifle. Officers located individuals who were in possession of toy prop guns and the individuals stated they were hired for the event. The individuals agreed to leave their toy guns in their vehicles for the remainder of the event.
April 12: An officer was dispatched to a report of a suspicious package. The officer reported that the box was empty and all was in order.
April 13: An unattended wallet containing an ID card and debit and credit cards was stolen from the Center for Government and International Studies.