Public Safety Log

bSATURDAY, Jan. 10/b

A patron at the Emerson Cafeacute; reported having his cell phone stolen. The cell phone was valued at $150. The victim left the phone behind after eating at the cafeacute;. When he returned, the phone was gone and had not been turned in.

An Emerson police officer on detail at the Cutler Majestic Theater was called to the mezzanine level for assault and battery. An usher was pushed to the ground by a patron after the usher repeatedly asked the patron’s guest to stop taking pictures. The usher did not want to press charges because there was no injury. The patron was asked to leave the theater.

bMONDAY, JAN. 19/b

Emerson College Police Department was called to the eighth floor of 150 Boylston St. for a student with a possible broken left wrist. The student said the injury had occurred off-campus when he slipped on an icy stairway. An ambulance was called and the student was taken to Tufts Medical Center.

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bWEDNESDAY, JAN. 21b

ECPD was called to the lobby of 80 Boylston St. for a friend of a student who was suffering from an anxiety attack. The officer managed to calm the friend, who refused medical attention.

ECPD received a call from a student who was a victim of assault and battery in front of 180 Tremont St. A man approached her and asked for a cigarette. When the student said she didn’t have one, the suspect struck her in the face with a closed fist and fled. A school employee who witnessed the assault attempted to chase the attacker but lost him. The student was taken to New England Medical Center for minor facial injuries. ECPD created a composite of the suspect. The incident is still under investigation.

Thursday, JAN. 22

Police received a call from a resident assistant on the seventh floor of 275 Tremont St. The RA reported that a lamp in the hallway had been vandalized.

bFRIDAY, JAN. 23/b

A student came to ECPD to report that his wallet was stolen from an unlocked locker in the fitness center. Items in the wallet included several credit cards, personal papers and $110 in cash. The student canceled the credit cards after discovering the theft.

A student came to ECPD to report that their wallet was stolen from an unlocked locker in the fitness center. The wallet contained $40 in cash and tickets to a play which were valued at $20. The student reported $100 used on their debit card after the theft.

bSunday, JAN. 25/b

iEntry of the Week:/iOfficers responded to a call on the fourth floor of 80 Boylston St. for a severely intoxicated female student who was vomiting and unable to stand or answer simple questions. Officers were told by a fellow student that the girl had consumed 14 shots of vodka. An ambulance was called and the student was taken to Tufts Medical Center for alcohol poisoning.