Campus Safety and Security

Weekly Campus Crime Report

 

November 18, 2013 - November 25, 2013

 

On-Campus

 

None to Report.

 

Off-Campus

 

Burglary (Private Residence) - 100 Blk. E. 33rd St. (odd-numbered side) - On Nov. 18th at approximately 7:10 PM, a junior undergraduate observed an unknown male in the 2nd floor hallway of the residence. Baltimore Police and Campus officers responded, however the suspect left prior to their arrival. No property appeared to have been taken from the residence. Investigation revealed there was no forced entry and the suspect appeared to have entered through an unlocked second floor door leading to a fire escape. Investigation continuing.

 

Two Burglaries- Property recovered in both cases: Arrest Warrant Issued for Suspect

 

Burglary - 2900 block Wyman Pkwy, even numbered side - Between Nov. 17th at 2:00 PM and Nov. 20th at 10:28 PM, a JHU undergraduate  reported finding the basement door to the residence open and a musical sound board missing from inside. Investigation revealed no forced entry. The aforementioned burglary suspect is being investigated relative to this case.

 

ARREST of Non-Affiliate for Aggravated Assault - 3200 Blk. St. Paul St. (east side) - On Nov. 22nd at 1:58 AM, a non-affiliated male, without provocation, shouted lewd comments to a Loyola University student and threw several chairs at her and a taxicab driver who had dropped her off. An off-duty Baltimore Police officer working for JHU and a Campus officer detained the suspect. Baltimore Police arrived and arrested the non-affiliate and charged him with aggravated assault.

 

JUVENILE ARRESTED - Theft of Cell Phone - E. 31st St. & Hargrove St. - On Nov.† 22nd at 3:10 PM, a graduate student was approached by a male juvenile who asked for the time. When the student read the time from his cell phone, the juvenile snatched the phone from the studentís hand and ran south. The student and concerned citizens pursued the juvenile who threw the phone under a parked vehicle. Citizens were able to stop and hold the juvenile until Campus officers and Baltimore Police arrived. The juvenile was arrested by Baltimore Police and the studentís phone was located and returned.

 

Update- Unarmed Robbery- Two Juvenile Suspects Arrested- On Nov. 10th at 6:53 PM, four juveniles approached a JHU undergraduate on the sidewalk. One of the juveniles grabbed the student's arm and took her cell phone and all four juveniles fled.  On Nov 14th, Baltimore Police arrested a juvenile male who admitted involvement in this robbery. On Nov 19th Baltimore Police arrested a second juvenile in connection with this robbery. Investigation continuing.

 

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This report is posted on http://www.jhu.edu/~security and distributed to the Residential Advisors.