Northeastern Crime Log

By Nick Mendez

Crime Log entries are selected from Northeastern’s Division of Public Safety reports.

Crime Log Entry of the Week Saturday, March 24 8:30 a.m. A Marino Center staff member reported an intoxicated 42-year-old man drinking in the lobby. NUPD stopped the man, who has no university affiliation and was under the influence. When NUPD asked for ID, the man pulled out a marijuana pipe and handed it to the officers. He admitted having smoked marijuana earlier in the day. He was told to leave campus and not come back. Later that day NUPD received reports of the same man on the Fenway, who scared bystanders by telling them he was going to eat some mice. He was carrying several mice, which were confiscated. He was brought to a local hospital for evaluation.

Monday, March 19 9:30 a.m. A 19-year-old male student reported returning to his apartment at 650 Columbus Ave. the previous day and discovering his laptop missing. He had left the apartment at 8 a.m. and came back at 3 p.m. His roommate had been asleep in the apartment with the door open. The incident is under investigation. 5 p.m. Michael Kreisel, 52, a homeless alumnus, was arrested and charged with trespassing for the third time. After leaving jail from his arrest last week, he went to Hayden Hall, got a new Husky Card and returned to the library where he was again arrested. He is now blocked from receiving another card. 8:30 p.m. About half a dozen teenagers wearing bandanas accosted a 21-year-old female student leaving her apartment on Park Drive. They robbed her, taking her wallet that contained credit cards and $75. She pursued them into the Fens toward campus, but lost them behind the Museum of Fine Arts. Later in the evening, a woman with no univeristy affiliation was robbed on Gainsborough Street by a group fitting the same description. Tuesday, March 20 9 a.m. The staff at Au Bon Pain in the Marino Center reported a 43-year-old man with no university affiliation loitering in the cafe. When the staff asked if they could help him he became disorderly, shoving and kicking a member of the staff before leaving the caf

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