ALMANAC BETWEEN ISSUES: Crime Report Fall 2004



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University of Pennsylvania
Community Crime Report

This summary is prepared by the Division of Public Safety and includes all criminal incidents reported and made known to the University Police Department between the dates of December 13-19, 2004. The University Police actively patrol from Market St to Baltimore Avenue and from the Schuylkill River to 43rd St in conjunction with the Philadelphia Police. In this effort to provide you with a thorough and accurate report on public safety concerns, we hope that your increased awareness will lessen the opportunity for crime. For any concerns or suggestions regarding this report, please call the Division of Public Safety at (215) 898-4482.


12/13/04

3:03 AM

4044 Walnut St

Disorderly Conduct

Male issued citation for disorderly conduct

12/13/04

8:23 AM

33rd S 40th St

Robbery

Complainants robbed by unknown persons

12/13/04

8:51 AM

240 40th St

Theft

Computer taken from office

12/13/04

1:28 PM

400 Curie Blvd

Theft

Secured bike taken from rack

12/13/04

1:56 PM

51 N 39th St

Narcotic

Male with narcotics arrested

12/13/04

3:00 PM

3465 Sansom St

Theft

Unauthorized person opened mail/Arrest

12/13/04

6:14 PM

4001 Walnut St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

12/13/04

9:00 PM

4224 Osage Ave

Robbery

Complainant robbed by unknown males

12/13/04

11:03 PM

3943 Chestnut St

Theft

Cell phone taken by unknown male

12/14/04

8:01 AM

3401 Spruce St

Disorderly Conduct

Male obstructing highway/Arrest

12/14/04

3:19 PM

4001 Walnut St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

12/14/04

7:19 PM

3901 Locust Walk

Theft

Secured bike taken

12/15/04

10:25 AM

4001 Walnut St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

12/15/04

10:42 AM

16 40th St

Robbery

Complainant robbed by unknown persons

12/15/04

3:47 PM

4000 Irving St

Robbery

Complainant robbed by unknown persons

12/15/04

4:48 PM

200 40th St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

12/15/04

5:34 PM

200 32nd St

Theft

Secured bike taken from rack

12/15/04

7:50 PM

3601 Walnut St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

12/15/04

11:35 PM

3800 Chestnut St

Other Offense

Male wanted on warrant issued new court date

12/16/04

11:20 AM

220 S 32nd St

Other Offense

Unauthorized male on location/Arrest

12/16/04

12:11 PM

Convention Ave

Auto Theft

Stolen auto found

12/16/04

5:17 PM

3600 Sansom St

Assault

Male arrested for assault

12/16/04

11:07 PM

4026 Market St

Robbery

Complainant robbed by unknown persons

12/17/04

12:02 AM

4200 Baltimore Ave

Robbery

Complainant robbed by unknown male

12/17/04

2:57 PM

51 N 39th St

Other Offense

Unauthorized male in area/Arrest

12/17/04

4:02 PM

4000 Market St

Other Offense

Male wanted on warrant/Arrest

12/17/04

4:16 PM

3443 Sansom St

Theft

Secured bike taken

12/17/04

4:52 PM

3601 Walnut St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

12/17/04

4:58 PM

Hill Field

Theft

Backpack and contents taken

12/17/04

8:44 PM

395 Walnut St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

12/19/04

3:17 PM

3401 Walnut St

Theft

Bank cards removed from purse

 

18th District Report

13 incidents and 1 arrest (including 11 robberies, 1 aggravated assault and 1 homicide) were reported between December 13-19, 2004 by the 18th District covering the Schuylkill River to 49th St. & Market St. to Woodland Ave.


12/13/04

8:23 AM

33rd 40th St

Robbery

12/13/04

5:05 PM

4800 Woodland Ave

Aggravated Assault

12/13/04

8:40 PM

4200 Osage Ave

Robbery

12/15/04

3:44 PM

4043 Irving St

Robbery

12/15/04

4:39 PM

208 40th St

Robbery/Arrest

12/15/04

4:59 PM

4800 Woodland Ave

Robbery

12/15/04

10:10 AM

16 40th St

Robbery

12/16/04

8:30 AM

Farragut St

Robbery

12/16/04

5:15 PM

4935 Hazel Ave

Homicide

12/16/04

11:05 PM

4026 Market St

Robbery

12/17/04

11:45 PM

4200 Baltimore Ave

Robbery

12/18/04

8:30 AM

4700 Springfield Ave

Robbery

12/19/04

4:40 PM

4039 Chestnut St

Robbery

 

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