ALMANAC BETWEEN ISSUES: Crime Report Summer 2006



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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 May 22-28, 2006. 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.


05/23/06

2:18 AM

3935 Walnut St

Disorderly Conduct

Male cited for disorderly conduct

05/23/06

4:39 AM

3935 Walnut St

Assault

Officer assaulted by male/Arrest

05/23/06

1:41 PM

107 40th St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment

05/23/06

4:47 PM

3400 Spruce St

Theft

Wallet taken while unattended

05/23/06

5:14 PM

3400 Spruce St

Fraud

Unauthorized male in possession of prescription pad/Arrest

05/23/06

5:43 PM

234 S 40th St

Theft

Backpack taken containing a laptop

05/23/06

5:53 PM

3400 Spruce St

Theft

Purse taken by unknown person

05/24/06

11:39 AM

3955 Walnut St

Burglary

Property taken from residence/Arrest

05/24/06

3:03 PM

4200 Walnut St

Robbery

Complainant robbed by unknown male

05/24/06

3:56 PM

4040-42 Walnut St

Theft

Secured bike taken from railing

05/24/06

4:58 PM

100 39th & Sansom St

Robbery

Wallet taken by unknown males

05/24/06

5:20 PM

3910 Irving St

Theft

Secured bike taken

05/24/06

7:39 PM

4001 Walnut St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

05/24/06

8:33 PM

3417 Spruce St

Other Offense

Unauthorized male forced way into building/Arrest

05/24/06

10:56 PM

214 S 40th St

Theft

Credit card taken by unknown person

05/25/06

6:50 PM

4100 Walnut St

Theft

Registration sticker cut from plate

05/26/06

9:39 AM

3900 Walnut St

Other Offense

Male in violation of parole/Arrest

05/26/06

12:07 PM

51 N 39th St

Theft

2 computers and monitors and panels from office

05/26/06

1:18 PM

125 31st St

Theft

Money taken from case

05/26/06

7:39 PM

3400 S 30th St

Other Offense

Male wanted on warrant/ new court date issued

05/27/06

7:14 AM

3400 Spruce St

Other Assault

Threatening phone calls received

05/27/06

10:02 PM

4008 Chestnut St

DUI

Intoxicated driver arrested

05/27/06

10:04 PM

4000 S 40th & Ludlow St

Disorderly Conduct

Male involved in fight/Arrest

05/28/06

3:17 PM

3620 Hamilton Walk

Theft

Narcotics taken from locked box by unknown person

05/28/06

4:59 PM

4001 Walnut St

Theft

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

05/28/06

6:18 PM

3730 Walnut St

Theft

Secured bike taken from rack


 

18th District Report

17 incidents with 4 arrests (including 9 robberies, 7 aggravated assaults, and 1 confidential incident) were reported between May 22-28, 2006 by the 18th District covering the Schuylkill River to 49th St. & Market St. to Woodland Ave.



05-22-06

12:31 AM

4600 Chestnut St

Robbery

05-22-06

8:15 AM

5100 Spruce St

Aggravated Assault

05-22-06

3:00 PM

4800 Spruce St

Aggravated Assault

05-22-06

3:00 PM

4800 Spruce St

Aggravated Assault

05-22-06

3:00 PM

4800 Spruce St

Aggravated Assault

05-22-06

4:20 PM

4700 Larchwood Ave

Robbery

05-22-06

7:25 PM

3500 Market St

Robbery/Arrest

05-22-06

9:50 PM

4400 Locust St

Robbery

05-24-06

12:00 AM

5000 Osage Ave

Confidential

05-24-06

11:08 AM

300 49th St

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

05-24-06

4:18 PM

4200 Locust St

Robbery

05-24-06

4:29 PM

100 39th St

Robbery

05-26-06

1:10 AM

5000 Hazel Ave

Robbery

05-28-06

2:00 AM

4511 Baltimore Ave

Aggravated Assault

05-26-06

3:00 AM

3600 Walnut St

Robbery

05-28-06

12:00 PM

5031 Baltimore Ave

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

05-28-06

5:30 PM

4102 Market St

Robbery/Arrest

 

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