The following reports were taken from the Boston University Police Department crime logs from Sept. 17 to Sept. 23.
Last Monday at about 11:38 a.m., a female student reported a missing audio recorder that she had checked out from the College of Communication Film Production Services. The student said she got onto the B branch of the Green Line after getting the recorder and that someone reached into her bag and taken it. The recorder was estimated to be worth $400.
A female professor in the School of Management, located at 595 Commonwealth Ave., reported suspicious occurrences in her classroom last Tuesday. The professor was concerned about a male student’s behavior in class. She said the student was acting inappropriately in front of her. The student was later transferred to another section of the same class.
A nonaffiliated on a bike was hit by a motor vehicle in front of 957 Comm. Ave. last Tuesday at 4:59 p.m. There were no injuries. A bus struck another student on a bike in front of 965 Comm. Ave. The back tire of the bicycle was crushed but the student sustained no injuries.
Last Wednesday at the intersection of Silber Way and Comm. Ave. a nonaffiliated male was seen causing disturbance in the area. He was yelling and screaming at the people passing him on the sidewalk. BUPD officers escorted the man away from the scene.
Gone with the bus
Last Thursday at 512 Beacon St. a male student reported his student ID, credit and debit cards missing from his backpack. The student had exited the BU shuttle and left his backpack on the bus. He waited for the shuttle to come around and recovered the backpack, but the cards were missing.
Last Friday at about 9:30 p.m., officers of BUPD’s alcohol patrol discovered two BU students at 90 St. Mary’s St. One student had purchased alcohol and gave it to the other underage party. Both students were summonsed to Brighton District Court, one for procuring alcohol for a minor and another for minor in possession.
At Gardner Street and Chester Street a female student reported indecent assault and battery by a male. On Sunday at about 12:30 a.m. she reported a male came up behind her, lifted her dress, snapped a picture and quickly fled the area. The same incident occurred at Ashford Street and Chester Street, Boston Police Department is investigating both incidents.