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Campus crime logs: Stop, drop & troll

The following reports were taken from the Boston University Police Department crime logs from Feb. 13 to Feb. 19.

 

An unknown suspect discharged a fire extinguisher at 90 St. Mary’s Street at 12 a.m. Thursday morning, activating the fire alarm inside the affected building. The Boston Fire Department arrived on the scene and cleared the building shortly thereafter.

 

Soundproof, but not  theft-proof

A student reported to police at 5 p.m. Thursday that his iPhone had been stolen. He told police he left his iPhone in a practice room located in the basement of 855 Commonwealth Ave. Upon returning about an hour later, the student found his phone had been stolen.

 

We gon’ find you

Friday at 8:45 p.m., an unknown suspect stole a coat and a set of keys from a locker in the Fitness and Recreation Center at 915 Comm. Ave. BUPD officers believe they will soon be able to identify the perpetrator using information and footage from a surveillance camera located near the locker.

 

My RA is dope, dude

A Warren Towers resident assistant found marijuana in a student’s dormitory room Friday at 11 p.m. It was handed over to BUPD. The student will be cited for possession of marijuana.

 

Home beat home

At 12 a.m. Saturday, a female student reported that a family member assaulted her over the weekend upon the student’s arrival at her home. When she returned to campus, she reported the incident to BUPD.

BUPD officials took a report and urged her to call the Lexington Police Department.

 

Party crashers

BUPD responded to a noise complaint Saturday at 11:30 p.m. and discovered the source of the noise was an apartment party at 722 Comm. Ave. All students in the apartment were underage and will be charged with being minors in possession of alcohol upon being summonsed to Brighton District Court.

 

C’mon, steal the coat, pledge!

A student reported her coat was stolen at 12 a.m. Sunday morning to police. She had left her coat unattended at 97 Bay State Road while at a fraternity party Saturday. The student’s wallet was stolen from her coat at some point during the night.

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