ALMANAC BETWEEN ISSUES: Crime Report December 14-20, 2009


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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 14-20, 2008. 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.



12/14/09

6:40 AM

3744 Spruce St

Theft

Merchandise taken by unknown suspect

12/14/09

12:14 PM

3420 Walnut St

Theft

Unattended laptop taken

12/14/09

5:19 PM

55 S 34th St

Assault

Complainant assaulted by two unknown teens

12/14/09

6:34 PM

3400 Market St

Theft

Male attempted to take complainant’s pocketbook

12/15/09

9:45 PM

3701 Chestnut St

Theft

Items removed by unknown person

12/16/09

11:30 AM

51N 39th St

Other Offense

Male trespassing/Arrest

12/16/09

11:46 AM

3420 Walnut St

Theft

Laptop removed by unknown person

12/16/09

5:12 PM

200 S 34th St

Theft

Item removed by unknown person

12/16/09

6:58 PM

3601 Walnut St

Theft

Wallet taken from unattended bag

12/16/09

8:00 PM

4300 Baltimore Ave

Robbery

Purse removed by unknown males

12/17/09

4:12 AM

3300 Walnut St

Theft

Male tampering with meters/Arrest

12/17/09

11:29 AM

3603 Walnut ST

Theft

Perfume taken without payment by unknown male

12/17/09

3:25 PM

3409 Walnut St

Theft

Wallet taken. Charges made on credit card

12/17/09

8:18 PM

3120 Walnut St

Theft

Property taken from vehicle

12/18/09

4:18 PM

125 S 31st St

Other Offense

Male arrested for defiant trespass



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