Campus Safety and Security
Theft – Latrobe Hall room 17 -- Between Oct. 12th at 6:00 PM and Oct. 13th at 8:00 AM, a laptop computer was taken from an unlocked desk drawer. No signs of forced entry to the office. Investigation continuing.
Theft – Gilman Hall room 4 – Between Oct. 12th at 3:00 PM and Oct. 14th at 2:45 PM, two laptop computers that were attached to a cable lock on a conference table were cut and taken. Investigation continuing.
Robbery – 200 Blk. West 31st St., even side – On October 9th at approximately 8:05 PM, a JHU graduate student was walking eastbound when two suspects approached him from behind and stated, “You are in my way.” The graduate student stepped off to the side and one of the suspects punched him and pushed him to the ground. The other suspect also struck the graduate student several times while he was on the ground. The student gave the suspects cash and they were last seen running west on the 31st Street. The graduate student walked to campus and called Campus Security. The student was transported by ambulance to Union Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries and released. The area was canvassed for the suspects by Campus Security and Baltimore Police with negative results. Investigation continuing.
Suspect Descriptions- Two Black males, one wearing grey shirt, both in their 20’s, no additional description. See bulletin- http://www.jhu.edu/security/SIB_2012Fa03.html
Theft from Auto– 3900 Blk N. Charles St., odd numbered side –Between Oct. 9th at 10:00 PM and Oct. 10th at 3:30 PM, unknown individual(s) broke the passenger side window of a graduate student’s parked vehicle and removed a GPS device. Baltimore Police responded. Investigation continuing.
Theft – Corner of St. Paul St. and 31st St. (East side) – On Oct. 14th at 10:46 PM, a JHU undergraduate was walking southbound and talking on her cell phone. An unknown male came from behind her and took the phone from her hand and then ran east on 32nd Street. The suspect was last seen running south in 3100 Block of Hargrove Street. Baltimore Police and campus officers searched the area with negative results. Investigation continuing.
When traveling at night use the Blue Jay Shuttle service at 410-516-8700. Blue Jay Shuttle Vans are operational from 5:45 PM to 4:00 AM.
All students are welcome to participate in the security ride along program. This report is posted on http://www.jhu.edu/~security and distributed to the Residential Advisors.