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Emerson College’s only independent, student-run newspaper since 1947

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College’s only independent, student-run newspaper since 1947

The Berkeley Beacon

Public Safety Log

biEntry of the Week:/i/b

A construction worker on the ninth floor of 100 Boylston St. fell off a ladder while putting up drywall The worker hit his head and was unconscious for a short period of time. ECPD, Emergency Medical Services and the Boston Fire Department arrived on the scene and the worker was evaluated by EMS and BFD. He was then taken in an ambulance to Massachusetts General Hospital.

bMonday, Feb. 2/b

A cleaner reported that someone smashed the glass on the doors of 211 Tremont St. Facilities repaired the glass.

An unknown person vandalized a stall in the second floor mens’ bathroom of 150 Boylston St. The student used black ink. Facilities were notified and they removed the graffiti immediately.

A staff member had a Mac laptop valued at $2,500 stolen out of his office on the eleventh floor of the Ansin Building. He had seen an unknown male person outside of his office earlier. He went to use the bathroom and when he returned, both the unknown male and the laptop were gone.

Emerson College Police Department had a student taken to Tufts Medical Center for a nosebleed. The student didn’t know the cause of the nosebleed.

bTuesday, Feb. 3/b

A student reported that his watch and T pass were stolen from his unlocked locker in the Fitness Center at 80 Boylston St. The watch and T pass were valued at $120.

bThursday, Feb. 5/b

A female student accidentally left her cell phone in the women’s bathroom on the sixth floor. When she returned later to find it, the phone was gone. The phone was valued at $50.

bSaturday, Feb. 7/b

An ECPD officer on patrol saw a student lose their balance and hit their head on the mailboxes in front of 80 Boylston St. The student was not seriously injured, but when the police officer went to administer first aid, he noticed that the student was severely intoxicated. EMS was called and the student was argmentative with the EMS officials, but eventually allowed himself to be taken to Tufts Medical Center for treatment.

bSunday, Feb. 8/b

ECPD officers on patrol responded to a call for the front of 150 Boylston St. where a fistfight was taking place. Officers witnessed Michael Greenfield, 28, of Needham getting into a fistfight with four unknown persons who were inside a car. ECPD tried to separate the combatants and Greenfield struck one of the officers several times on the neck and shoulders. The officer subdued Greenfield and he was arrested for assault and battery.

An ECPD officer working at the Cutler Majestic Theater assisted an 80-year-old female patron who had fallen in the balcony. The patron said she had misstepped and complained of tightness and pain in her legs from the fall. The patron was taken to Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge.

Three students got stuck in an elevator on the fourth floor. They were released by facilities.

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