Crime Log

click here Compiled by Jenna Duncan, News Staff

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A student reported his bicycle stolen from World Series Way outside Hayden Hall. He parked the bicycle at 7 p.m. and when he returned, it was missing.

كيف يمكنني تداول الاسهم الامريكية Thursday, April 22

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Two students were outside Marino Center when three men approached them and asked what time it was. One man asked for their wallets and threatened to stab them. One student gave the man $40, but the other student refused to turn over his wallet. The three men then ran off, and the students hailed a cab to go home. Once in the cab, the students realized they didn’t have money, so took the cab to the ATM on Forsyth Street, where the cab driver alerted a Northeastern officer of the incident.

خبراء الخيارات الثنائية الدخول 1:30 p.m.
A staff member in Meserve Hall reported their wallet stolen from an unattended office the previous night. The wallet was found in the stairwell of building, and returned to the owner with $5 missing.

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A 21-year-old visiting a student fell outside West Village F and was injured. The visitor, who was intoxicated, was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

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Two 21-year-old students fought inside Our House East and on Gainsborough Street. One student sustained a broken jaw and was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. One hour later, the second student involved was found heavily intoxicated and passed out in Willis Hall, his residence. He was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and will be reported to the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSCCR).

كيف تربح بعض الأموال 7:30 a.m.
A student reported he locked his bicycle at 11 p.m. the previous night. When he returned in the morning, the bicycle was missing.

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A student reported he left his bicycle unlocked and unattended on World Series Way for 15 minutes. It was missing when he returned.

الخيارات الثنائية التنظيم في المملكة المتحدة 8 p.m.
A man was seen looking around bike racks in the West Village quad with bolt cutters. He said he was the father of a student who was moving out and was looking for his son’s bike. His son had parked the bicycle about a week earlier, the man said, but lost the key for the bike lock. The bike could not be found.

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موقع لبيع الذهب 11 p.m.
A 19-year-old student was found vomiting in Stetson East. After being evaluated by emergency medical technicians (EMT), he was cleared to return to his room. He was reported to OSCCR.

اسهم منازل للبيع 11 p.m.
A Resident Assistant (RA) in White Hall reported that a 19-year-old student was intoxicated in the lobby. She was evaluated by EMT’s and cleared to go to her room. She was reported to OSCCR.

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تداول اليوم الاسهم 3 a.m.
A RA in West Village G reported the odor of marijuana coming from a room. Northeastern University Division of Public Safety (NUPD) officers located a 20-year-old student who admitted to smoking a joint in his room. He was reported to OSCCR.

الخيارات الثنائية خالية مكافأة ترحيب 3 p.m.
Two students reported they suspected three Berklee College of Music students they attended a party with the previous night stole iPods, cash, and a purse from the party. A debit card had been used to buy Charlie Cards, and photos were obtained of the students from purchasing the cards. They were identified by a friend of the student that hosted the party, and will be summons to court. Berklee College of Music has been informed of the incident.

5:30 p.m.
A student reported she forgot her purse on a chair in the Marino Center for an hour. When she returned, her wallet, which contained her passport and $18, was gone.

Tuesday, April 27

3 p.m.
A visitor studying in Snell Library left a laptop and book unattended for about five minutes. When the visitor returned, the book was gone but the laptop remained.

Thursday, April 29

1:30 a.m.
A caller reported an 18-year-old student was passed out in a friend’s apartment on Westland Avenue. The caller said she had been to a couple of parties and once she returned to a friends apartment passed out. She was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and was reported to OSCCR.

1:30 p.m.
A student left his laptop unattended in the Curry Student Center food court for about 10 minutes, and when he returned it was missing.

2:30 p.m.
A graduate student reported his laptop was stolen from a shared office in Egan Research Center. Two additional laptops were stolen from the office that afternoon.

6 p.m.
A student reported his headphones missing from his room in Melvin Hall. He said he suspected his roommate took them while moving out. When contacted, the roommate said he did not take the headphones, and that some of his items including clothing were also missing. Both reported they left the door unlocked while moving out.

10 p.m.
A student reported she left her wallet unattended on a table in the indoor quad of Curry Student Center, and when she returned it was missing. The wallet contained credit cards, which had been used for several hundred dollars worth of charges on Newbury Street.

Sunday, May 1

2 a.m.
A student flagged down an officer on Gainsborough Street and reported he had been hit with a bottle inside Our House East. The Boston Police Department (BPD) responded.

Wednesday, May 5

1:30 a.m.
NUPD officers said they observed a woman acting in a bizarre manner on Hemenway Street. She was recognized by officers who had previously arrested her and issued her a campus trespass warning. As an officer approached her to check her condition, she ran off and was followed around the corner. When finally stopped, she assaulted two officers. Senethra Anderson, 38, from Jamaica Plain and with no connection to the university, had an outstanding warrant and was arrested.

11 a.m.
A campus visitor reported she left her cell phone unattended around 10 p.m. the previous night, and it was missing the next morning.

11 p.m.
Officers were called to the eighth floor of West Village E where a male student was reported knocking on doors of female students in nothing but a towel and acting belligerent. He was taken taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and was reported to OSCCR.

Thursday, May 6

11:30 a.m.
An alumnus reported his car was broken into on Parker Street between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. The window was broken, and an iPod and GPS system were missing.

2 p.m.
A student reported her purse was stolen from Curry Student Center April 19, and after receiving a credit card bill discovered a credit card from the purse had been used several times.

Thursday, May 13

7:30 a.m.
The manager of Wollaston’s in the Marino Center caught a student shoplifting food. The manager said he suspected her for previous shoplifting incidents. The student admitted to frequently shoplifting and was reported to OSCCR. She will be summoned to court.

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9 p.m.
An MBTA trolley driver at the Northeastern University stop informed NUPD of an intoxicated passenger who had passed out on the ground after exiting the trolley. He was identified as a student and was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He was reported to OSCCR.

Saturday, May 15

12 p.m.
A student reported that while walking on Camden Street with another student, a man grabbed her purse and ran off. The purse contained her cell phone, passport and $30.

Sunday, May 16

12 p.m.
A student reported she lost her wallet the previous night, either in a cab or at a restaurant. It contained a financial aid check from the university, a passport, a drivers license and credit cards.

Monday, May 17

1:30 p.m.
Staff members reported a stolen laptop from the staff office in West Village H. The laptop had been delivered on May 7 and never removed from the box. When staff tried to locate the box on May 17, it was gone.

1:30 p.m.
A student left her purse unattended on the first floor of Snell Library. When she returned, her wallet, which contained $20, was missing.

3:30 p.m.
A student left her laptop bag unattended on the third floor of Snell Library for about five minutes. When she returned, the bag containing her laptop, credit cards, $30 and three books was gone.

Tuesday, May 18

4 p.m.
A student left her bookbag unattended in Snell Library to go outside to make a phone call. When she returned, the bag containing $100 and credit cards was missing.

4:30 p.m.
A staff member in the south office of International Village (IV) reported his laptop, wallet and cell phone were missing from his office. Surveillance video showed that while no one was in the reception area, a suspect walked into the office and left a minute and a half later with a laptop bag. The suspect could not be identified.

Wednesday, May 19

4 p.m.
A student reported his bike missing from Krentzman Quad, where he had left it around 9 a.m. The cable cord was found cut near where the bike had been parked.

Thursday, May 20

5:30 p.m.
A NUPD officer questioned a man in Snell Library that was using computers for unauthorized use. The man was identified as Markeem Bishop, 23, who was wanted on a warrant from Lowell for failing to show up in court for motor vehicle charges. Bishop was arrested and issued a campus trespassing order.

Saturday, May 22

5:30 p.m.
NUPD officers were called to the indoor quad of Curry Student Center to investigate a disorderly person. A man was found sleeping, and when questioned was uncooperative and would not produce identification. He was arrested for trespassing and identified as Parminder Bhatia and was issued a trespassing ban.

Sunday, May 23

7 p.m.
A student reported the rear tire of his bike missing. The bike was still locked outside IV and Ruggles Station.

Monday, May 24

7 p.m.
A graduate student reported he left his backpack unattended on the fourth floor of Snell Library while he went to have a cigarette. When he returned, the backpack containing one book was missing.

Tuesday, May 25

3:30 p.m.
A student reported he left his high school class ring in the ground floor restroom of Curry Student Center. When he realized it was missing 20 minutes later, he returned to the restroom and couldn’t find it.

Wednesday, May 26

10 a.m.
A student left an iPhone at the Dunkin Donuts counter in Hayden Hall for about five minutes, and when the student returned, the phone was gone.

Saturday, May 29

5 p.m.
NUPD officers in a cruiser saw two men on Gainsborough Street near Matthews Arena walking in the middle of the road. Officers began to follow the men, who were slapping passing cars and causing some to stop. Once on Parker Street, one of the men, Anthony Roberts, 50, approached the police cruiser and threatened the officer. He was incoherent and disorderly, and arrested. The other man was not arrested and taken to the hospital for evaluation. Neither have connections to the university.

Monday, May 31

1 p.m.
A proctor in IV saw two young teenagers were attempting to steal bike parked outside. The proctor got their attention and said he was calling the police, and they ran off without the bike.

4 p.m.
A student reported his bike stolen from outside of Cabot Gymnasium.

Tuesday, June 1

5 p.m.
NUPD was called to the Marino Center, where a man outside was harassing people walking by. He was questioned by officers and identified as John McDonald, 45, and was wanted in Boston for failing to appear in court over a trespassing charge at Boston University. He was arrested and issued a trespassing ban.

9 p.m.
A student reported he left a tablet PC in a graphic design studio inside Ryder Hall between 5 and 6 p.m. to go to dinner. When he returned, it was missing.

Sunday, June 6

9 p.m.
A man was approached outside of Egan Research Center by three teenagers while he was talking on his cell phone. The teens were aggressive, so the man walked towards Shillman Hall, but the teens followed him. One knocked the cell phone out of his hand and ran into Ruggles Station. The man began to chase the teens, and people inside the station stopped them and called NUPD. The phone was recovered and all three teens will be summons to juvenile court. The man was visually and hearing impaired, so the teens may face additional charges of committing a crime against a disabled person.

Monday, June 7

1 p.m.
A laptop locked to a podium with a cable was reported missing from a classroom. The cable was cut between Friday and Monday afternoon.

3 p.m.
A student left his backpack unattended between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. in the game room of Curry Student Center. When he returned, the backpack was missing. The backpack contained $300, credit cards and a passport.

11 p.m.
A student parked his bike at the Columbus Parking Lot around 7 a.m. with a cable lock, and when he returned the bike and lock were missing.

Sunday, June 13

5 p.m.
An NUPD officer patrolling on bike on Westland Avenue saw two men leaning over bike that was locked to fence in front of an apartment building. The officer stopped a few feet away from the men and saw a seat from a bike that was locked to the fence on the ground. One man proceeded to tug on the bike and lock until he noticed the officer. The man said that although it wasn’t his bike, it looked like his and was looking to see if the bike seat would fit on his bike. When further questioned, the man, identified as Kenneth Wallace, 35, had no explanation. Wallace was arrested, and also found to be in possession of burglar tools. The other man was issued a trespassing warning.

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