The following reports were taken from the Boston University Police Department crime logs from March 10 to March 15.
On March 10 at 285 Babcock Street around 10 a.m., the University of New Hampshire Police Department contacted the BUPD for assistance in an ongoing investigation that originated at UNH concerning the UNH basketball coach.
At 888 Commonwealth Ave. on March 10 at 9:30 a.m., staff at the Panera Bread restaurant notified police regarding the fact that they found two used hypodermic needles in the men’s bathroom. The needles were taken into evidence by the BUPD.
At 3 Cummington Mall on March 11 at 9:48 a.m., a former employee, who was issued a trespass warning earlier when she was terminated from the university, was found visiting a friend in the building. The staff then contacted the BUPD, who stopped her and reissued her trespass warning subjecting her to arrest if she came on BU property.
At 660 Beacon St. on March 11 at 5:20 p.m., a suspect attempted to steal a BU class ring from the Barnes and Noble bookstore. He was stopped by a salesperson, who discovered that he was attempting to take the ring off of a sheet and replace it with his old ring. The salesperson took custody of the new ring, and the suspect fled the building.
At 925 Comm. Ave. on Friday at 10 a.m., an employee hit a pole while attempting to park in the Agganis Arena garage, causing damage only to her vehicle.
At 750 Comm. Ave. on Friday at 5 p.m., a student’s bicycle was reported stolen from the basement of 730 Comm. Ave. at some time between March 1 and March 14.
Motor Vehicle Accident
At Carlton Street on Saturday at 2:00 a.m., BUPD officers assisted in a motor vehicle accident between a BU shuttle bus and a taxi. There was substantial damage to the taxi and also to the bus, though there were no reported injuries. The investigation is still ongoing.
At 33 Harry Agganis Way on Saturday at 5:39 p.m., three students reported that sometime on March 12 unknown persons had entered their suite and stolen several items. There was no forced entry into the room, and the case is currently under investigation. The total value of the items stolen was estimated to be between $700 and $1000.