Campus Safety and Security
Johns Hopkins University
May 10, 2013 at 8:00 AM to May 13, 2013 at 8:00 AM
Vandalism (Criminal Citation Issued) - Baseball Field, north of AMRs - On May 11th at 3:33 PM, campus officers responded for a report of a person spray-painting a gate with white paint. A 46-year old non-affiliated male suspect was stopped at the field and was found to have white paint on his hands and shoes. Investigation revealed an area of the ground near the gate had been spray painted white and a discarded white spray paint can was recovered. Baltimore Police responded and issued the male a citation for vandalism and trespassing.
Vandalism of Vehicle - 200 Blk. E. 30th St. (north side) - Between May 10th at 9:45 PM and May 11th at 1:00 PM, the front windshield of an alumna's parked vehicle was damaged, possibly by a thrown bottle. Also, the passenger side mirror was broken and the vehicle's front hood was damaged, apparently by someone walking on it. Baltimore Police responded.
To avoid vandalism to your
vehicle, park your car in a well lit location where
foot traffic will frequently be passing nearby. Report city
street lights that are not working to 311. Do not leave items in your
vehicle that will tempt thieves to break out a window to get to them. Apply and
activate theft deterrent devices.