Bi-College Crime Blotter
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Bryn Mawr College

Week of Jan, 31-Feb. 4

Monday. Jan. 31

11:36 a.m. Report received of cash missing from an office in the campus center sometime over the past weekend. Investigation continuing.

1:19 p.m. Obscene phone call received by a resident of Pembroke West. Several more received by students campus wide this week.

Tuesday, Feb. 1

1:39 p.m. The unregistered vehicle of a resident of Denbigh Hall was “BOOTED” while it was illegally parked on Canaday Drive. The “BOOT” was removed upon payment of all outstanding fines.

Wednesday, Feb. 2

12 p.m. The operator of the Blue Bus reports that the side mirror of a passing car struck the bus while passing each other on Haverford Station Road near Lancaster Avenue. No damage to the bus. The driver of the passing car drove off without identifying herself.

3:52 p.m. A shuttle driver reported that a car had overturned on Morris Avenue, near Glenmede. Lower Merion Police were notified. The shuttle resumed its scheduled run.

Thursday, Feb. 3

9:12 a.m. Officers responded to Haffner Hall and transported a staff member with a shoulder injury to Bryn Mawr Hospital.

1:50 p.m. Residents of Haffner hall reported receiving harassing phone calls, including calls of heavy breathing.

6:48 p.m. Officers were called to respond to the Blue Bus stop on Merion Avenue, where a motorist parked in the Bus Zone and refused to leave. The motorist moved upon the request of the officers.

Friday, Feb. 4

1:51 p.m. The unregistered vehicle of a student was “BOOTED” while parked illegally in the 20-minute zone behind the campus center. Investigation continuing.

Haverford College

For the week of Jan. 24-30

Parking Notice: The Parking Handbook regulations note that students receiving four violations in any academic year or those who drive in a manner that endangers others may have their parking permits revoked. Failure to remove a vehicle from the campus or College property within 24 hours of receipt of revocation letter is cause to have the vehicle towed and stored at the owner’s expense.

As a courtesy, we want you to know that this regulation is consistently being enforced. Please take note and park your vehicle properly. Check the Parking handbook if you have questions, or call Security.

Officers from Safety & Security handled 378 incidents during this period, including 43 lockouts, 35 maintenance problems, 76 special building checks and 14 alarms. Dorm doors were found unsecured 115 times.

There were no alcohol illness cases this week.

Monday, Jan. 24

3:43 p.m. Theft - Dining Center

A student’s athletic bag was reported stolen from the DC foyer between Friday, Jan. 21 and Monday, Jan. 24. It contained a squash racquet, a ball and athletic shoes, all valued at $150. On Jan. 28, the owner reported she had found the bag at the DC, and only a squash ball and some papers were missing.

5:43 p.m. Recovered Stolen Property - Locker Building

A bookbag reported stolen in the men’s locker room on Sunday, Jan. 23, was found stuffed behind lockers and was returned, with all property intact, to its owner.

Tuesday, Jan. 25

Snow Day. No incidents reported.

Wednesday, Jan. 26

10:17 a.m. Burglary - Lloyd

It was reported that Two [sic] videotapes and a book were stolen from a Lloyd living room sometime over mid-year break.

Thursday, Jan. 27

9:22 p.m. Trespass - Magill Library

Two men were reported going through a student’s backpack in the basement of Magill Library when the owner returned and the fled. A suspect was stopped outside by Security, and he was subsequently arrested for trespassing by Haverford Police when he produced three different names on his identification. He was not identified by the backpack owner as one of the original suspects.

Sunday, Jan. 30

3:48 p.m. Vandalism - Whitehead Campus Center

Graffiti was reported on one of the entrance doors of the Campus Center. It was wiped off without doing permanent damage.

For the week of Jan. 31 - Feb. 6

Officers from Safety and Security handled 402 incidents during this period, including 47 lockouts, 34 maintenance problems, 81 special building checks, and 17 alarms. Dorm doors were found unsecured 113 times.

There were no alcohol illness cases this week.

Wednesday, Feb. 2

9:23 p.m Burglary - Lunt

A wallet was stolen from an unlocked room in Lunt, sometime between noon and 6:30 p.m. It contained no money, but did have four credit cards, which were cancelled.

Thursday, Feb. 3

10:54 a.m. Theft - Stokes

An unattended backpack was stolen from the first floor hallway in Stokes, sometime between 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Feb. 2. It contained books, a camera, film, eyeglasses, and medicine. A guitar left at the same site was untouched. At 8 p.m. the owner was contacted by a campus neighbor who found the backpack on Railroad Ave. When it was returned, only the camera and film had been stolen.

Friday, Feb. 4

1:20 a.m. Theft - Hilles

Cash was stolen from an employee’s purse, left in an open and unattended office in HilIes, between 2 and 3 p.m. on Feb 3.

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