Northeastern Crime Log

كيف تكسب المال السهل والسريع By By Tara Turner, News Correspondent

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9:30 p.m.
A student reported her laptop missing after she left it unattended in the indoor quad of Curry Student Center for 15 minutes.

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9:30 a.m.
A student reported her wallet missing after leaving it on a desk at some point during 10 hours she spent in the library. It contained credit cards, a license and her checkbook.

2 p.m.
A female student hit another student during an argument on the second floor of Smith Hall. The argument started after a conversation about one of the girls and the other girl’s ex-boyfriend. She will be reported to Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSCCR) but no criminal charges will be brought against her.

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1 p.m.
Staff in the Athletics Department reported three pairs of new sneakers missing from the varsity locker room in the Cabot Center.

4 p.m.
A student reported his cell phone missing after he left it unattended for 30 minutes on the third floor of Snell Library.

4:30 p.m.
A student reported her iPod missing after she dropped it outside of Curry Student Center.

6 p.m.
A student reported her jacket and purse missing after she left them unattended for an hour while studying on the fourth floor of the library. Her purse contained $20, credit cards and a license. Her jacket contained her keys. Northeastern University Division of Public Safety (NUPD) officers searched the building and recovered her jacket and keys from a stairwell.

Boston Police Department (BPD) officers requested the assistance of NUPD while investigating the assault of a cab driver on Gainsborough Street earlier that week. The male passenger jumped out of the cab in an attempt to evade the fare and the driver ran after him to stop him. The passenger assaulted him and then ran into a residence hall. NUPD believes they have identified a suspect and will continue their investigation.

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2 a.m.
Boston Police Department (BPD) officers requested assistance from NUPD on St. Stephen Street while investigating a past assault. They stopped two students for questioning who became extremely disorderly and uncooperative. One of the students, who lives in Stetson West, took a swing at a BPD officer. He was then arrested by BPD. Both students will be reported to OSCCR.

2:30 a.m.
NUPD officers were called to West Village H by a student who reported that his roommate had returned home, entered his bedroom where he was sleeping and started a fight with him before leaving. The argument began over a roommate dispute about a mess previously made by one of the roommates and escalated into a fist fight. The victim did not choose to press charges and his roommate has been moved to another apartment. He will be reported to OSCCR.

11:30 a.m.
A student walking through an alley from the Fenway to Hemenway Street passed two middle-aged men who asked him for the time. When he pulled out his cell phone to check, one man grabbed the phone while the other pushed the student. They escaped down Hemenway Street.

12 p.m.
A student reported that she had been receiving harassing and obscene text messages. She has her phone number posted on her Facebook page and is unsure of who is sending the messages.

2 p.m.
A faculty member in Nightingale Hall reported her backpack missing after she left her office unattended for an hour to attend a meeting down the hall. It contained a license, credit cards, $200 and important papers. The backpack was found later that evening in the lobby of Shillman Hall.

5:30 p.m.
A graduate student reported his wallet stolen from his backpack on the third floor of the library. He had left it unattended for 15 minutes. It contained credit cards, which he canceled immediately.

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Two students involved in a soccer game in the Marino Center got into a heated, physical argument. Both students will be reported to OSCCR. Neither was injured.

11:45 p.m.
A Resident Assistant (RA) at 337 Huntington Ave. reported a large party hosted by a freshman student. Officers discovered the resident had signed in all 17 of his guests during the course of the night by himself in small groups, violating the guest policy. Five of the guests were Northeastern students and the others were friends of those students. More than 125 bottles and beer cans were found in the apartment but the student would not admit at first who supplied the alcohol. Police questioned him further and he identified the person as one of the non-student guests. The student will be reported to OSCCR and the guest will be charged with providing alcohol to minors.

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1 a.m.
A female student living in a privately leased apartment on Hemenway Street reported she had been assaulted by one of her male roommates. NUPD called BPD on her behalf and reported the incident to OSCCR.

1 p.m.
A student reported he had placed a piece of amplification equipment for sale on Craigslist and the buyer had sent him what he believed to be a fraudulent check for more than four times the amount that they had decided upon. The buyer demanded that the student deposit what he owed him and send back the remainder of the money. The student refused and the buyer e-mailed him back, threatening him. NUPD is attempting to identify the buyer.

9 p.m.
Students reported numerous items stolen from the Cabot Center locker room following a weekend trip with their team. The locker room is locked with a combination lock and the combination lock is given out only to varsity athletes. The combination has been the same for several years and is now being changed.

9:30 p.m.
A staff member reported to police that a fan had thrown a Northeastern T-shirt onto the ice of Matthews Arena during a hockey game. Police identified the fan as a student from Boston University, evicted him from the game and gave him a trespass warning.

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source A fight erupted between two fans at the hockey game between Northeastern and Boston University (BU) at Matthews Arena. The BU fan said he was playing his kazoo after a goal was scored, which upset the Northeastern fan (who was not a Northeastern student). They got into an argument and the Northeastern fan slapped the kazoo out of the BU fan’s mouth. The BU fan then slapped the hat off the other fan’s head. Both were escorted out of the arena.

11:30 p.m.
Police were alerted that a smoke detector had been disconnected in an apartment in West Village C. The resident said he had done so because he was smoking a cigarette. He will be reported to OSCCR.

اسعار السوق السعودي اليوم Sunday, February 22
3 a.m.
Police were called to 171 Hemenway St. by a student who reported his female guest from Suffolk University was extremely intoxicated. When police arrived she was nearly unconscious and was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for medical attention.

10 a.m.
Staff reported a suspicious-looking man had entered Snell Library and was using one of the computers. Police escorted him off campus and issued a trespass warning. He is a Boston man with no university affiliation. He had been asked to leave campus on previous occasions.

1 p.m.
A student reported her Blackberry missing after attending a party Saturday night on Tremont Street. She text messaged her phone that morning and the person who responded said he would return it for $250. She elected to cancel her phone.

3 p.m.
A student reported she had lost her cell phone the previous night and received a call that morning from a person who wanted a $100 reward. NUPD went with her to meet the person on campus. Officers identified him as a local resident. He refused to say how he got the phone and maintained that he thought he deserved a reward.

Staff in afterHOURS reported people soliciting donations for a charity walk. The two men left when officers arrived. One of them, Ronald Manifold of Boston, had been issued two previous trespass warnings and NUPD arrested him. The other man was given a trespass warning. Manifold told police he was just trying to raise money to feed his family.

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12 p.m.
The food service manager in Stetson East told police he believed a former student was fraudulently obtaining meals through friends’ guest passes. He had been seen packaging up large amounts of food in plastic containers. The manager told police he would alert them if he saw him return.

4 p.m.
A student reported that during the past month, money had been stolen from her room in Stetson West three times. The door was locked each time and there were no signs of forced entry. She believes the money is being taken by a roommate or a roommate’s friend.

10 p.m.
A student at 319 Huntington Ave. reported $450 missing from her apartment. She had received the money from her parents on Sunday, left the money in her apartment and did not return until Monday evening. There was no sign of forced entry. NUPD will be speaking with each of her roommates. One roommate already told police that her boyfriend had been in the apartment but she refused to identify him.

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