Campus Safety and Security
Theft – Hackerman Hall, 3rd floor – Between June 2nd at 2:00 PM and June 8th at 11:15 AM, an IPad was taken from an unlocked desk drawer inside a room used by employees and students. There was no forced entry. Investigation continuing.
Theft from Auto – 3200 Blk. N. Calvert St. – Between June 8th at 6:15 PM and June 9th at 2:15 AM, unknown individual(s) broke the passenger side window of a graduate student’s vehicle and removed a GPS device from the center console. A power cord and GPS mount which had been left in plain view were also taken. Baltimore Police responded. Investigation continuing.
ARREST/ Non-Affiliate -- CCTV Monitoring / Malicious Destruction of Property – 100 Blk. W. University Parkway (south side) – On June 11th at 4:30 AM, a male walking westbound was observed throwing rocks at several parked vehicles. Campus officers stopped the non-affiliate suspect who was intoxicated. Two parked vehicles with damage to the windshields were identified. Baltimore Police arrested the suspect for malicious destruction of property.
Theft- 3201 St. Paul St., Chipotle’s- On June 4th at 4:15 PM, an unknown juvenile male took two I-phones left unattended on a table by two JHU undergraduates who were standing nearby. The suspect ran out of the restaurant and headed east in the 100 Blk. of E. 32nd Street. He was accompanied by two juvenile males who were approximately 14 years of age. Baltimore Police and campus officers searched the area with negative results. Investigation continuing.
Suspect Description: Male, black, dark complexion, approximately 16 years of age, 5’10”, 180 lbs., wearing a blue and white striped polo shirt and blue jean shorts. He was accompanied by two black males, approximately 14 years of age, 5’3” tall.
CCTV Monitoring/Suspicious Activity- Bicycle Rack, Unit Blk, E. University Parkway- On June 5th at 3:21 AM, CCTV monitoring detected a male tampering with a bicycle secured to the bike rack. Campus officers and an off-duty Baltimore Police officer working for JHU stopped the non-affiliate and issued him a trespass warning. The individual left the area.
Commercial Armed Robbery- 3100 Blk. Hargrove St- On June 5th at 9:45 AM, an employee of the Subway Restaurant was walking south in the 3200 Blk of St. Paul Street when an unknown suspect pushed a hard object into his back. The suspect escorted the Subway employee into the 3100 Blk. of Hargrove Street. The suspect punched the employee and took his Subway deposit bag and his wallet. The suspect fled south from the location on Hargrove Street. Baltimore Police checked the area for the suspect with negative results.
Suspect Description- Male, black, 6’-01”, 250 lbs, black long sleeve shirt, black jeans, black ski mask.
Please refer to Crime Bulletin link http://www.jhu.edu/security/SIB_2012Su01.html
Theft - 3233 St. Paul St., Subway- On June 5th at 4:15 PM, a non-affiliate employee reported that while sitting next to the exit door in the restaurant, an unknown male grabbed her I-phone from her hand and ran out of the restaurant. The suspect was last seen running east bound in the 100 Blk of E.33rd St. Baltimore Police and Campus Police searched the area with negative results. Investigation continuing.
Theft From Auto - Unit Blk. East 30th St. - On June 6th between 10:40 AM and 4:00 PM, unknown individual(s) entered an undergraduate’s parked vehicle and removed coins and the car radio from the dash. There was no visible damage to the vehicle. 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.