Campus Safety and Security
None to Report.
Burglary - 3100 Blk. St. Paul St. (Even numbered side) - On May 25th at 7:45 AM, a graduate student residing in an apartment at this location went outside to move his vehicle. At this time, an unknown male spoke to the graduate student and was able to obtain the student's address during the conversation. The graduate student returned to his apartment building at 8:10 AM and observed the same unknown male suspect he spoke to earlier leaving the building. The graduate student then entered his apartment and noticed his laptop computer, wallet, cash, credit card and driver's license were missing. There was no sign of forced entry. Baltimore Police responded. Investigation continuing.
Suspect Information: Male, black, 5'11", wearing a dark backpack and a grey wool hat, riding a blue bicycle.
Theft from Auto - 100 Blk. W. University Parkway (south east corner) - On May 26th at 7:00 PM, a JHMI affiliate parked his vehicle at this location and left the passenger side window partially open. The affiliate returned at 10:30 PM and saw his vehicle's trunk was open. A bag containing laptop computer, camera, books and boxing gloves had been taken from the trunk. An ID card and CD were taken from inside the vehicle. Baltimore Police responded. Investigation continuing.
ARRESTS - Two Non-Affiliates - Theft from Auto Which Occurred on May 28, 2013 - On May 30th at 10:53 PM, a campus officer observed two non-affiliate males in the unit block of E. University Parkway looking into vehicles and pulling on vehicle door handles. The non-affiliates were stopped by Campus officers and an off-duty Baltimore Police officer working for JHU. The non-affiliates were in possession of tools and a stolen driver's license taken from an affiliate's vehicle in the 3500 block of Greenway which was reported on May 28, 2013. Baltimore Police placed the suspects under arrest for theft. Investigation continuing.
Theft from Auto - 100 Blk. W. 39th St. - On May 28th at 7:30 PM, a graduate student parked her vehicle at this location and upon returning on May 29th at 8:00 AM, she saw the vehicle's passenger side window had been broken. A GPS unit had been taken from the dash and sunglasses were taken from the center console. Baltimore Police responded. 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.