The following reports were taken from the Boston University Police Department crime logs from Oct. 28 to Nov. 4.
On Oct. 28, there were two reported car break-ins at 610 Beacon St. Both incidents were reported separately around 3 p.m. and both cars were parked outside Myles Standish Hall. Nothing was taken from the first car, but a GPS was taken from the second car.
On Oct. 28 at 5:42 p.m., a student had her wallet stolen from a Fitness & Recreation Center locker room. She was exercising and put her possessions in a locker to shower. There was no lock on the locker and when she came out of the shower her wallet was gone. There have been no suspects reported.
A BU employee followed an unwanted person on 771 Commonwealth Ave. from Mugar Memorial Library who was causing a disturbance around 8 a.m. on Oct. 30. The male turned on the employee and assaulted him, fleeing afterwards. He has not been caught.
Not yo’ couch
BU students living in a suite at 33 Harry Agganis Way reported to police at about 3 p.m. on Wednesday that their laptops and couch were stolen from the room while they were away. The residents said their Student Village II room was unlocked while they were not in the room.
Punch II: return of the punch
On Saturday, a BU student was walking alone near 39 Gardner St. at about 2 a.m. when an unidentified male approached him. The suspect reportedly punched the student in the face, knocking out two of the student’s teeth. The student was transported to Saint Francis hospital.
A non-BU affiliated male reported on Sunday he left the Paradise Rock Club at 967 Comm. Ave. at about midnight when an unknown male attacked him. The victim was walking toward the alleyway when the unknown male approached and punched him the face. The area was searched by BUPD and there were no results.
30 minutes or theft
A female student’s iPhone was stolen on Sunday at around 9 p.m. from the front desk of 33 Harry Agganis Way. The student came downstairs to sign a friend in and forgot her phone at the desk. When she returned to get her phone, it was gone.
Upon checking surveillance tapes, BU police found that a Domino’s deliveryman stole the phone while dropping off an order. They tracked him down at 456 Cambridge St., where the man confessed and was arrested. He is not a BU affiliate and was arraigned Monday in Brighton District Court.