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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.

Monday, Feb. 11

The Emerson College Police Department responded to a report of a person loitering in front of the Print-Copy Center.

ECPD and the Boston Fire Department responded to a fire alarm in the Colonial Building. There were no signs of fire and the cause of the alarm was undetermined.

Tuesday, Feb. 12

The Office of Housing and Residence Life turned over to ECPD cannabis that was confiscated from a 12 Hemenway residence hall suite.

Wednesday, Feb. 13

ECPD returned a stolen laptop that was taken from the Dining Center.  

OHRL turned over drug paraphernalia confiscated from a Paramount residence hall suite.

Thursday, Feb. 14

ECPD and BFD responded to a dumpster fire in Allen’s Alley. BFD successfully extinguished the fire.

A student reported theft of personal property while in a Panera Bread on Stuart Street.

A student reported personal property that was stolen while in the State Transportation Building.

Friday, Feb. 15

The Boston Police Department arrested an individual who was wanted for breaking into Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery.

Saturday, Feb. 16

ECPD was able to find and return a stolen laptop taken inside the State Transportation Building.

An ECPD officer found the doors to 171 Tremont St. unsecured. The officer surveyed the area and secured the doors.

BPD and ECPD responded to a fight in front of New York Pizza and the Union Bank Building. An individual will be summoned for disorderly conduct and vandalism to the Union Bank Building after he punched and broke a glass window.

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