Public Safety Log

iEntry of the Week:/i A student reported to ECPD that her guest from New York City was missing. After getting the guest’s information, ECPD began a search for the guest inside 80 Boylston St. The student reported four hours later that her guest had returned after going shopping in Chinatown.

bTuesday, April 21/b

ECPD assisted Facilities Management with freeing an Aramark employee who was stuck in the freight elevator inside 80 Boylston St. The employee was released within a short amount of time.

Two other Aramark employees were trapped in the same freight elevator inside 80 Boylston St. They were freed by facilities and the Delta Elevator Company and the elevator was shut down until it could be properly repaired.

bThursday, April 23/b

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An RA reported to ECPD that there was a smell of marijuana coming from a dorm room on the ninth floor of 150 Boylston St. When an officer arrived, the resident of the room admitted to smoking marijuana and showed a small amount to the officer. The drug was confiscated and the matter was handed over to the OHRL and Dean of Students for discipline.

bFriday, April 24/b

An Emerson student turned in a wallet that belonged to a Cornell University student. ECPD contacted Cornell police, who gave ECPD a contact number for the owner of the wallet. The owner of the wallet was notified, and later picked it up. The wallet contained credit cards, a New York driver’s license and $67 in cash.

bSaturday, April 25/b

A concerned parent asked ECPD to conduct a welfare check for their child. ECPD checked on the student in 80 Boylston St. The student was fine.

The RD of the Doubletree Hotel reported finding a derogatory remark directed towards him written on the wall in blue marker next to the vending machines on the fourth floor.

An officer observed an abandoned car with fluid leaking from the engine compartment between Boylston and Tremont Streets. The Boston Fire Department was notified and the car was towed.

bMonday, April 27/b

Cleaners working inside 120 Boylston St. reported a large water leak coming from a broken water heating pipe inside an eighth floor bathroom. The cleaners and facilities were able to stop the leak and contain the water to the seventh and eighth floor. There was very minor damage to the building, including broken ceiling tiles and soaked rugs.