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 The University of Pennsylvania Police Department
Community Crime Report

About the Crime Report: Below are all Crimes Aginst Persons and Crimes Against Society from the campus report for September 10 through September 16, 2001 . Prior weeks' reports are also online. --Ed.

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 September 10 through September 16, 2001 . The University Police actively patrol from Market Street to Baltimore Avenue and from the Schuylkill River to 43rd Street 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.

9/10/2001

8:00 AM

Burglary

4115 Walnut St

Door broken in to apartment/coins taken

9/10/2001

12:49 PM

Theft

209 S. 33rd St

Property taken from office

9/10/2001

1:39 PM

Burglary

101 S. 39th St

Residence entered/property taken

9/10/2001

3:42 PM

Theft

3400 Spruce St

Unknown person took wallet

9/10/2001

4:28 PM

Theft

3333 Walnut St

Bike taken from rack

9/11/2001

10:16 AM

Fraud

140 S 36th St

Unauthorized charges on credit card

9/11/2001

10:20 AM

Theft

233 S 33rd St

Purse taken

9/11/2001

11:01 AM

Theft

3702 Spruce

Unknown person took UPS delivery

9/11/2001

4:55 PM

Theft

3600 Walnut

Laptop computer and airline tickets taken

9/11/2001

6:01 PM

Theft

209 S. 33rd St

Bike taken

9/11/2001

9:09 PM

Theft

Unit blk 38th St

Wallet taken from auto

9/12/2001

7:54 AM

Attempt Theft

233 S. 33rd St

Male breaking into auto/arrest

9/12/2001

11:18 AM

Theft

3910 Irving St

Bike taken

9/12/2001

12:01 PM

Theft

3450 Woodland Walk

Drill taken from hallway

9/12/2001

2:20 PM

Fraud

3601 Walnut St

Unauthorized charges on credit card

9/12/2001

3:26 PM

Theft

3740 Hamilton Walk

Bike taken

9/12/2001

3:55 PM

Theft

3333 Walnut St

Visa nd debit card taken

9/12/2001

4:48 PM

Fraud

3516 Civic Center

Unauthorized transactions in account

9/13/2001

8:13 AM

Burglary

319 S. 41st St

Unknown male found in residence

9/13/2001

8:25 AM

Theft

106 S. 41st St

Property taken from auto

9/13/2001

12:24 PM

Retail Theft

4001 Walnut St

Merchandise taken without payment

9/13/2001

1:02 PM

Theft

3710 Hamilton Walk

Cell phone taken

9/13/2001

7:40 PM

Theft

119 S 38th St

Car stereo and currency taken from auto

9/13/2001

8:07 PM

Theft

208 S. 42nd St

Sound equipment taken from room

9/13/2001

8:02 PM

Theft

3700 Sansom St

Bike taken

9/13/2001

11:14 PM

Vandalism

4224 Spruce St

Rock thrown through window of residence

9/14/2001

8:15 AM

Theft

3417 Spruce St

Various power tools taken

9/14/2001

12:24 PM

Theft

51 N. 38th St

Items taken from auto

9/14/2001

2:59 PM

Theft

3450 Hamilton Walk

Scanner taken

9/14/2001

3:30 PM

Fraud

4016 Pine St

Cell phone taken

9/14/2001

5:52 PM

Theft

133 S 36th St

Wallet taken from office

9/14/2001

5:56 PM

Burglary

4017 Baltimore Ave

Apartment broken into/jewelry taken

9/14/2001

6:26 PM

Harassment

210 S. 40th St

Complainant harassed by ex-roommate

9/14/2001

6:44 PM

Theft

119 S. 38th St

Radio/CD player taken from auto

9/14/2001

7:01 PM

Attempt Burglary

4017 Baltimore Ave

Unknown person tried to enter apartment

9/14/2001

7:01 PM

Theft

3901 Locust St

Bike taken

9/14/2001

7:27 PM

Fraud

3901 Locust St

Unauthorized charges on credit card

9/15/2001

2:53 AM

City Ordinance

3915 Pine St

Male urinating in public/arrest

9/15/2001

3:08 AM

Assault

3901 Locust Walk

Complainant struck in eye

9/15/2001

4:45 PM

Burglary

3401 Walnut St

6 bottles of alcohol taken

9/15/2001

9:16 PM

Disorderly Conduct

4000 blk Sansom St

Disorderly Male/arrest

9/16/2001

2:57 AM

Aggravated Assault

3924 Spruce St

Male struck in face with bottle/arrest

9/16/2001

3:03 AM

Burglary

4021 Locust St

Computer taken from residence

9/16/2001

9:15 AM

Harassment

3700 Spruce St

Unwanted call received

9/16/2001

12:38 PM

Theft

213 S. 42nd St

Backpack with contents taken

9/16/2001

2:32 PM

Vandalism

4031 Spruce St

Computer damaged by known person

9/16/2001

7:32 PM

Theft

3650 Chestnut St

Bike taken


18th District Crimes Against Persons

11 incidents and 2 arrests (including 5 robberies & 4 aggravated assault and 2 rapes) were reported between September 10 and September 16, 2001 by the 18th District covering the Schuylkill River to 49th Street and Market Street to Woodland Avenue.

9/10/01

9:59 PM

48th & Spruce

Rape

9/11/01

3:13PM

4200 Woodland

Aggravated Assault

9/12/01

11:48AM

200 S Ithan

Robbery

9/12/01

8:23PM

46th & Market

Robbery

9/13/01

12:15PM

4000 Baltimore

Robbery

9/14/01

9:18AM

4300 Locust

Robbery/Arrest

9/15/01

2:53AM

48th & Locust

Aggravated Assault

9/15/01

3:37PM

48th & Chestnut

Robbery

9/16/01

2:59AM

3900 Spruce

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

9/16/01

4:30AM

4600 Walnut

Rape

9/16/01

1:46PM

38th & Chestnut

Aggravated Assault

 


Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 5, September 25, 2001

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS:

Tuesday,
September 25, 2001
Volume 48 Number 5
www.upenn.edu/almanac/

The School of Arts and Sciences names two faculty members to endowed chairs, Dr. Michael Katz from history and Dr. David Roos from biology
In the aftermath of the attacks, while the community has pondered and prayed, donated and discussed, consoled and counseled, hoped and helped, Penn websites have been created or expanded to provide immediate resources and up-to-date information.
The Penn Humanities Forum kicks off today with a lecture on Time.
The A-3 Assembly and PPSA join together to present an Employee Resource Fair this Friday in Perelman Quad.
Operation Brotherly Love gathers funds and goods for the victims of the recent tragedies.
The Trustees meet after a week*s postponement and conclude their meeting with a moment of silence.
In light of the current crisis, the Military Leave Guidelines for faculty and staff as well as those for students are outlined.
The University Museum opens a new exhibit on Modern Mongolia with special events that coincide with Penn Family Day.