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The Berkeley Beacon

Incident Journal

Beacon Archive.

The Emerson College Police Department provides the Incident Journal to the Beacon every week. Beacon staff edit the Incident Journal for style and clarity but not for content.

Tuesday, Nov. 6

The Emerson College Police Department and the Boston Fire Department responded to a Whisky Saigon fire alarm after a broken pipe on an ice machine caused a water leak in their kitchen and the college’s Bike Room.

ECPD noticed a truck parked in front of Piano Row with a driver asleep behind the wheel. ECPD advised the individual to take a taxi home because the driver suffered from extreme sleepiness.

Wednesday, Nov. 7

ECPD and Facilities Management responded to a water leak in the kitchen area of the Dining Center caused by a broken water seal. Facilities Management repaired the leak and handled clean-up.

Thursday, Nov. 8

ECPD is reviewing video camera footage to find an individual who placed an offensive sticker on the outside of the Paramount Center.

ECPD is investigating suspicious emails sent to Emerson Los Angeles.

A student reported an assault on the sidewalk near the Piano Row residence hall. The student left uninjured, and ECPD is investigating the report.

Saturday, Nov. 10

ECPD assisted Whisky Saigon security after non-Emerson-affiliated individuals began an altercation inside the nightclub and then made their way onto Boylston Street. The Boston Police Department arrested one person for assault and battery.

A staff member reported the theft of personal property taken from inside the Paramount Theater.


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