Crime Log

الحسابات التجريبية تداول الخيارات الثنائية by Jenna Duncan, News Staff

go to site الخيارات الثنائية الروبوتات التداول Entry of the Week:
Thursday, June 24

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A caller reported a man laying in the middle of Hemenway Street. When officers responded, the man was identified as a 21-year-old student. He was incoherent, heavily intoxicated, and missing a shoe. He had no recollection of how he got to the street, and was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and reported to OSCCR.

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source A staff member in the Curry Student Center West Addition reported that two teenagers stole cups and filled them with fountain beverages. The teens were issued trespass warnings, but no charges were filed. Later, a person who said he was the youths’ cousin approached a Chartwells employee and paid for the stolen cups.

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تداول الاسهم اليوم السعوديه Wednesday, June 16

اسعار سوق الاسهم 2 p.m.

كيف تربح الأموال في الهند A graduate student reported he left his laptop and backpack unattended for about 15 minutes on the fourth floor of Snell Library. When he returned, both were gone. The backpack contained his passport.

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follow site A student reported he parked his car in Renaissance Garage at 7 a.m., and when he returned at 2:30 p.m., he found all of the hubcaps were missing from his vehicle.

8 p.m.

Two students reported their bicycles were stolen from outside the rear entrance of the YMCA. They left the bicycles around 1 p.m. and returned to find the cut cable locks on the ground.

11:58 p.m.

A Residence Director (RD) in Willis Hall called to report a student throwing furniture in the lobby. When Northeastern University of Public Safety (NUPD) arrived, the student was on the lawn outside the residence hall and said he was upset about the Celtics losing. He was intoxicated, but was allowed to return to his room. He was reported to the Office of Conduct and Conflict Resolution (OSCCR).

Friday, June 18

3:30 p.m.

A faculty member parked his vehicle in the Columbus Lot that morning, and when he returned at 3:30 p.m. his Northeastern parking pass decal was missing. There were no signs of forced entry, and he said he may have left the vehicle unlocked.

Monday, June 21

3:30 p.m.

A staff member in the Curry Student Center reported a group of teenagers was being loud, vulgar and would not leave the area when asked. The group left the area after an NUPD officer arrived.

8:45 p.m.

A student reported his wallet missing from the Cyber Cafe in Snell Library. He left it unattended around 5 p.m. and couldn’t find it when he returned. The wallet had been turned into lost and found, but was missing $170.

Tuesday, June 22

9:30 a.m.

A caller reported graffiti outside of the Cabot Center reading “kill cops.”

3:30 p.m.

Two graduate students in the Eagan Research Center reported their laptops missing. The students were in an inner lab room for about an hour while the laptops were in the outer room. One of the laptops was in a case that contained credit cards, and one of the credit cards had been used three times within the hour.

8 p.m.

A staff member in the Curry Student Center called to report the same group of teenagers that was being disorderly on Monday was causing disruptions. NUPD officers arrived and asked the teens for identification. One teen declined to cooporate, became rowdy, swore at the officers and fled. Officers followed the teenager, who eventually threw his ID into a flower bed. The teen, 18, had been accepted to Northeastern for fall 2010, and was reported to OSCCR and the admissions office. He and the rest of the group members were issued campus trespass bans.

Wednesday, June 23

5:30 a.m.

A proctor in International Village (IV) reported a man entered the building around 5:30 a.m. and gone downstairs to the classrooms. Police found the man washing himself in the bathroom and identified him as Orlando Mangrum, 36 and homeless. He was arrested on an earlier warrant for trespassing.
4 p.m.

A student reported she left her wallet on a desk in Churchill Hall for about 15 minutes, and when she returned, it was missing. The wallet contained gift cards and credit cards, which she immediately cancelled.

Thursday, June 24

4:30 a.m.

A caller reported a man laying in the middle of Hemenway Street. When officers responded, the man was identified as a 21-year-old student. He was incoherent, heavily intoxicated, and missing a shoe. He had no recollection of how he got to the street, and was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and reported to OSCCR.

3 p.m.

A student who was talking on her cell phone while standing in line at the Curry Student Center believed the student behind her insulted her. The altercation escalated to punching, resulting in one student having a bloody nose. Neither wanted to press charges, but will both be reported to OSCCR.

Friday, June 25

3 a.m.

A caller reported a woman passed out in the West Village quad. She was identified as an intoxicated 21-year-old student. She was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and reported OSCCR.

1 p.m.

The owner of the backpack reported stolen on June 16 said he found his backpack at lost and found. The laptop that was inside it, however, was missing.

1:30 p.m.

A staff member reported he locked his bicycle outside Cabot Center at 9:30 a.m., and when he walked by the area saw the bicycle and lock were missing. He valued the bicycle at $1,700.

10:30 p.m.

A caller reported that three youths had broken car windows in the Columbus Parking Lot. A nearby NUPD officer pursued the three by bike. One teen admitted he picked up a large piece of wood and threw it over the parking lot fence, breaking a car windshield. The other two teens were not involved. When the teenager’s parents picked him up, they assured officers he would be reprimanded and they would pay for the damage. The owner of the car said they would not press charges if they were fully compensated.

Saturday, June 26

1 a.m.

A student called NUPD from the lobby of West Village H and reported her boyfriend would not leave her apartment after an argument. She said the two got into a fight about fidelity in the relationship, and she slapped him and left. When officers spoke to the boyfriend, also a student, he confirmed the story and showed officers he still had a hand print and scratch on his face. Andrea Radossi, 20, was arrested for assault and will be reported to OSSCR. The boyfriend was told to leave the apartment and not contact her again. He cannot be signed into the building until the case is cleared.

Sunday, June 27

3:30 p.m.

A student reported he left his laptop and case, which contained papers and his passport, on the brick wall outside the Bank of America ATM on World Series Way. When he returned an hour later, the laptop was missing. Another student called NUPD reporting a plastic bag containing the papers and passport outside Dockser Hall.

Monday, June 28

4 a.m.

A student reported he locked his bicycle outside of Snell Library at 1 a.m., and when he returned at 4 a.m., the bicycle and lock were missing.

5:15 p.m.

A female not associated with the university called NUPD from outside Snell Library and reported her boyfriend yelled at her for walking too slowly assaulted her. When officers tried to get in contact with her the next day, they found the phone number and address she had left were incorrect. Officers found an acquaintance of the woman, who said the pair had moved to Georgia earlier that day.

Tuesday, June 29

3:15 p.m.

A student reported he parked his car in the Camden Lot around 2 p.m. and when he returned, he found a window shattered and there was a baseball in the seat. Officers suspected it was from an earlier baseball game at Carter Park.

Wednesday, June 30

12:15 a.m.

A student reported she returned to her apartment at 319 Huntington Ave. to find and found her door unlocked and laptop missing. Officers discovered her roommate’s laptop had been stolen as well. The student said she had been in and out of the apartment around 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. and did not notice anything missing. There were no signs of forced entry from the door or windows.

2 p.m.

A staff member in the Renaissance Park office building reported her iPod missing from her desk after she left it unattended for three and a half hours. There had been furniture movers in and out of the office, and officers are currently working with the moving company to see if any of the movers were involved.

4:30 p.m.

Food service staff at the Curry Student Center reported a teenager had stolen a cup and filled it with fountain beverages. When an employee approached him, he refused to pay for the drink, and when the employee said they were going to call the police, he fled.

Friday, July 2

12 p.m.

A group of five young men were doing extreme stunts on skateboards in the Library Quad. The five left when asked, but later returned. When officers took their names, one of the men, Dylan Polin, 19, of Norwood, had a warrant out for his arrest for failing to appear in court after he shoplifted from Copley Place. He was arrested, and all were issued campus trespass bans.

10:15 p.m.

A caller reported a man and woman, neither with any affiliation to the university, arguing loudly while walking through the West Village quad. The man picked up the woman and carried her as she continued to scream. When officers questioned the man, he yelled that he was on probation. Michael Reed, 21, of Boston, was arrested for domestic assault and battery.

Sunday, July 4

6 p.m.

A student reported her wireless router missing from her apartment in Willis Hall. The router was wired through the other bedroom, which had been occupied for Summer 1 and another student had recently moved into. When contacted, the old roommate said she had left it behind, and the new roommate said she had not seen the router when she moved in.

Monday, July 5

12 p.m.

A staff member in the Marino Center reported a part-time graduate student trying to gain access to the gym, despite not having paid the recreational services fees. This was the 15th time he attempted to get inside in the past few months, each time screaming and swearing at the staff. He was reported to OSCCR.

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