Northeastern Crime Log

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استراتيجية غرفة تجارة وصناعة الخيارات الثنائية Sunday, June 14

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watch A Northeastern University Division of Public Safety (NUPD) officer saw three teenagers standing near a West Village Quad bicycle rack. The officer questioned the three, all 13-year-old Boston residents, and they left without taking any bicycles. NUPD found two unsecured bicycles on the rack and took them in for safe keeping. The bicycles have yet to be claimed. Students who believe they may be the owners can contact NUPD at 617-373-2121.

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بيع الاسهم في البنك الفرنسي Monday, June 15

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إعداد الروبوت خيار ثنائي Noon

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اسهم بنك الريان القطري 1:30 p.m.

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سعر الذهب بالسعوديه Tuesday, June 16

شمعدان إشارات الخيارات الثنائية

1:30 p.m.

The manager of Wollaston’s in the Marino Center reported a graduate student was caught shoplifting orange juice. The manager decided not to press criminal charges, but the student has been banned from Wollaston’s and will be reported to the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSSCR).

7:45 p.m.

A Resident Assistant (RA) in 780 Columbus Ave. reported the odor of marijuana from an apartment in the building. An NUPD officer found the apartment and knocked on the door, which was opened by a 19-year-old student. The student admitted she was smoking marijuana, which she said she obtained legally with a medical prescription in her home state of California. The officer informed the student that her prescription is not valid in Massachusetts. No additional marijuana was found in her apartment. She was not charged with a crime but will be reported to OSCCR.

11:30 p.m.

Two non-students were walking on Gainsborough Street near the New England Conservatory when one got into a verbal argument with an acquaintance, also a non-student, who police believe may have previously had a dispute with. The acquaintance stabbed the man in the upper chest, near his shoulder, and fled. NUPD officers gave the victim first aid for non-life threatening injuries, and Boston Police Department (BPD) officers are investigating.

Wednesday, June 17

3:30 p.m.

A staff member reported his Northeastern parking decal was no longer on the back window of his car. He had parked in the Gainsborough Street Garage. The staff member said he has been leaving the driver’s seat window down since April and is not sure when the decal went missing.

Thursday, June 18

2 p.m.

A student reported she was receiving unwanted e-mails and messages on social networking websites from her ex-boyfriend, a non-student she met online. NUPD officers informed the ex-boyfriend he could face criminal charges if he kept contacting the student, and he agreed to stop communicating with her.

11 p.m.

A custodial staff member reported the glass on a lab door on the second floor of the Snell Engineering Center was kicked in. A graduate student later reported his laptop was missing from the lab.

Friday, June 19

2 a.m.

A staff member at the Renaissance Park Office Building reported two college-aged males stole two plants, which were planted in the ground in front of the Renaissance Garage. The suspects ran across the parking lot with the plants. NUPD officers could not locate them.

Saturday, June 20

1 a.m.

Friends of a 21-year-old student called to report she had passed out after a night of drinking. She was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and will be reported to OSSCR.

9:30 p.m.

An officer saw a man leaving Huntington Wine and Spirits with alcohol he purchased, then handing the alcohol to another person on Gainsborough Street. The officer stopped the two and learned the man, a 23-year-old Berklee College of Music student, bought the alcohol for the 20-year-old Berklee student. The 23-year-old will be summonsed to Roxbury District Court for procuring alcohol for a minor. NUPD informed Berklee’s Public Safety Department.

Sunday, June 21

8:30 p.m.

A proctor in West Village H reported a man in the lobby with blood on his hands. The man said he was a Northeastern student who had just been robbed near his Parker Street apartment by a man who hit him with what appeared to be a gun, then stole his iPod and cell phone. The student, who was bleeding from a laceration on his head, told an officer he was looking for a friend who he thought may live in West Village H. He did not ask the proctor to call the police, but did ask for a directory of building residents so he could find his friend. NUPD treated the cut on the student’s head and he was taken to Brigham and Women’s Hospital for evaluation. BPD officers are investigating.

Monday, June 22

Noon

The manager of Wollaston’s in the Marino Center reported a man and a woman attempted to shoplift six containers of deodorant. Officers caught the suspects, who were both intoxicated, after a short chase. The male, Richard Edwards, 48, who is homeless, resisted violently, but was arrested without injuring himself or an officer. He was charged with shoplifting, resisting arrest and assault and battery on a police officer. Cheryl Goodnow, 53, originally from Maine but currently homeless, was charged with shoplifting. Neither suspect has a connection to the university. All six deodorant containers were recovered.

Tuesday, June 23

8 p.m.

A staff member on the fourth floor of Lake Hall reported his coat was missing from a hook on the back on his office door. The staff member said a man had entered the otherwise unstaffed suite outside his office around noon and asked to speak with a staff member whose name the alleged victim did not recognize. The alleged victim went to ask other staff members on the floor about the person the man was looking for, leaving the office unattended. When he came back, the man was gone. The staff member later discovered his coat was missing.

Wednesday, June 24

Noon

The manager of Nutrition One reported he saw the man who attempted to shoplift from the store Monday, June 15, walking down Huntington Avenue. NUPD officers stopped the man and positively identified him as the suspect. The 40-year-old Boston resident, who has no connection to the university, will be summonsed to Roxbury District Court and charged with shoplifting and assault and battery. NUPD did not release his name because he has yet to be charged with a crime.

Friday, June 26

2 a.m.

A security officer on the footbridge between Camden and Gainsborough streets reported a man was suspiciously crouching near a parked car on Camden Street. The officer believed two other people, who were standing at the end of the street, may have been on the lookout. The officer called the NUPD dispatcher and approached the man, who he believed might be trying to steal a license plate. The man denied he was trying to steal the license plate and began to walk away. He was stopped by an NUPD officer, who tried to question him. The man assaulted the officer and began running. Several officers chased the man and arrested him on Huntington Avenue, near the YMCA. One officer received a cut on his hand. Pablo Guerrero, 19, of Boston, was charged with assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest and suspicion of attempted theft. He has no connection with Northeastern and later apologized to the officer he assaulted. The two people the security officer believed may have been with Guerrero ran when officers approached.

Saturday, June 27

7 p.m.

A student reported he borrowed his roommate’s bicycle and rode across campus to the West Village to visit friends. The student said he locked the bicycle outside West Village A at about 5 p.m. When he left at about 6:30 p.m., both the bicycle and the cable were missing. The roommate confirmed he gave the student permission to borrow his bicycle.

10 p.m.

Two pedestrians called an officer patrolling Gainsborough Street to report they saw a group of teenagers slash a tire on a parked van. The seven teenagers ran laughing across the footbridge between Camden and Gainsborough streets. Two officers intercepted the group, four males and three females, on Camden Street, and saw one throw an object into the nearby tennis court. All seven were questioned. A 14-year-old male admitted he punctured the tire with a knife, which he gave to another boy in the group. The boy threw it into the tennis court when he saw officers approaching. The 14-year-old will be summonsed to Roxbury District Court. The others will not face charges. NUPD contacted the owner of the van, who they do not believe is related to Northeastern.

Sunday, June 28

3:30 a.m.

A caller reported people were climbing the scaffolding on 291 Huntington Ave., at the corner of Gainsborough Street. Two people standing under the scaffolding, both 21-year-old Berklee College of Music students, admitted to climbing it. They appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. An NUPD officer climbed the scaffolding to see if the two had broken into any rooms in the building and found a 22-year-old Berklee student laying on the scaffolding, trying to hide. The student was intoxicated, and the officer called the Boston Fire Department in order to get the student to the ground safely with a ladder. Meanwhile, a 24-year-old Berklee alumnus, who was a friend of the three students, arrived visibly intoxicated and began berating the officers. Officers asked the alumnus to reconsider his attitude or be taken into custody for disorderly conduct and interfering with an investigation. The three current Berklee students convinced the alumnus to leave. The officers did not find signs of a break-in, and the three students were reported to Berklee’s Public Safety Department.

Tuesday, June 30

1:30 a.m.

An anonymous caller reported a woman screaming in a hallway on the second floor of West Village A. Officers found a 21-year-old female resident who was crying and said she had a fight with her boyfriend, who lives down the hall, and left her cell phone in his apartment. Officers knocked on the boyfriend’s door and found the apartment disheveled. The boyfriend gave officers the cell phone. Officers questioned both to determine if there had been a physical altercation, but the female student insisted there had not been. Officers asked the male not to contact his girlfriend until she contacted him and offered her a room in a different residence hall for the night, which she accepted. Officers helped the female pack an overnight bag and informed her of her domestic violence abuse rights. She insisted her boyfriend had never assaulted her. After she moved out of West Village A, a Residential Life staff member reported the female student said her boyfriend had, in fact, assaulted her. Both were questioned again, and the female denied telling a Residential Life staff member about an alleged assault. NUPD detectives contacted the female Tuesday morning, but she would not confirm what the Residential Life employee said. The male student said he decided to temporarily leave Northeastern and move home. He had already packed his bags and was on his way out of the state. He will be reported to OSCCR. NUPD officers will continue to check in with the female student.

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