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Public Safety Log

iEntry of the Week:/i A police officer on detail at the Cutler Majestic Theater responded to a call from the lobby where a female usher had been assaulted by an intoxicated male patron. The man shoved the usher after she told the patron he couldn’t drink his wine in the balcony. When the police officer arrived, the patron still held a glass of wine in one hand. The usher did not wish to press charges as she was not injured. The man was removed from the premises.

bMonday, Feb. 9/b

A tourist came to the Emerson College Police Department to report that she had been the victim of larceny while at Dunkin Donuts. She had $60 in cash and credit cards stolen. One of the credit cards was used by the thief to purchase petroleum at a gas station. The incident is under investigation.

A faculty member reported his iPod stolen from his office on the 10th floor of 180 Tremont St. He left his office during the morning and when he returned in the afternoon, the iPod was gone. The iPod has been valued at $165.

bTuesday, Feb. 10/b

On the eighth floor of 150 Boylston St., a student said he lost consciousness while inside the bathroom and fell. He said he had been unconscious for some time when the ECPD arrived. The student was taken to Tufts Medical Center.

bWednesday, Feb. 11/b

An Aramark employee said his bag containing a pair of jeans was stolen out of the manager’s office. The jeans were valued at $80. The last time he had seen the bag was at the beginning of his shift at 3 p.m.

bThursday, Feb. 12/b

ECPD took a student to Tufts Medical Center for a punctured right heel. The cause of the injury was unknown.

bFriday, Feb. 13/b

ECPD investigated a report of two suspicious persons inside 216 Tremont St. going from office to office saying they worked for a company that sold artwork. ECPD found them and removed them from the premises.

bSunday, Feb. 15/b

ECPD received a call from a student who had sustained lower leg injuries after being struck by a motor vehicle at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Marlborough Street. The student was attempting to cross the street when she was struck by a taxi from the Bay State Taxi company. The taxi driver gave the student their name and business card, but did not stay on the scene. ECPD called an ambulance and the student was brought to Tufts Medical Center.

The Emerson College shuttle van was struck by a blue SUV while parked in front of 80 Boylston St. The SUV fled the scene and turned onto Tremont Street, then onto Stuart Street. The Emerson vehicle was unoccupied at the time except for the driver, who sustained no injuries.

The guest of an Emerson student had her wallet stolen after she left it by the window when she went to order food. The wallet of the guest contained her license, a credit card, and her Rutgers University ID.

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