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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 17 through September 23, 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 17 through September 23, 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.


9/17/01

2:43 AM

Robbery

4100 Spruce

Complainant robbed by 6 juveniles

9/17/01

2:50 PM

Theft

4018 Spruce

Bike taken

9/17/01

3:18 PM

Theft

209 S. 33rd

Bike taken

9/17/01

3:46 PM

Burglary

4045 Baltimore

Apartment door broken in/items taken

9/17/01

3:46 PM

Burglary

4045 Baltimore

Apartment door broken in/items taken

9/17/01

6:23 PM

Burglary

4045 Baltimore

Apartment door broken in/items taken

9/17/01

6:41 PM

Theft

3700 blk Hamilton

Bike taken

9/18/01

1:35 AM

Driving Under Infl.

3400 Sansom

Intoxicated driver/Arrest

9/18/01

11:58 AM

Theft

43rd/Baltimore

Wallet taken from complainant/Arrest

9/18/01

12:06 PM

Theft

3200 Convention

Radio taken from auto

9/18/01

2:46 PM

Theft

3710 Hamilton

Credit card and mac card taken

9/18/01

23:30 PM

Stolen Auto

100 S 37th St

Auto taken from highway

9/19/01

2:19 AM

Robbery

100 S 34th St

Complainant's wallet taken/Arrest

9/19/01

1:36 PM

Theft

420 Guardian Dr

Camcorder taken

9/19/01

5:24 PM

Theft

3610 Hamilton Walk

Part taken from bike

9/19/01

6:06 PM

Theft

3700 Sansom St

Bike taken

9/19/01

6:56 PM

Theft

3400 Spruce St

VCR taken from conference room/Arrest

9/19/01

8:09 PM

Vandalism

4220 Baltimore

Rock thrown through window

9/20/01

1:17 PM

Theft

3610 Hamilton Walk

Bike taken

9/20/01

1:59 PM

Theft

3740 Hamilton Walk

Camcorder taken

9/21/01

2:57 AM

Disoderly Conduct

4000 Spruce St

Male refused to leave area/Arrest

9/21/01

1:50 AM

Vandalism

4000 Spruce St

Rock thrown through car window/Arrest

9/21/01

2:57 AM

Disorderly Conduct

4000 Spruce St

Male refused to leave area/Arrest

9/21/01

8:23 AM

Vandalism

38th/Spruce Sts

Vehicle damaged while parked

9/21/01

9:25 AM

Obstructing Highway

3601 Chestnut St

Male blocking pedestrians pathway/cited

9/21/01

12:43 PM

Theft

3601 Walnut St

Items without payment/Arrest

9/21/01

1:47 PM

Theft

4008 Pine St

Bike part taken

9/21/01

3:43 PM

Indecent Assault

4001 Walnut St

Complainant touched inappropriately

9/21/01

4:10 PM

Theft

119 S. 38th St

Property taken from auto

9/21/01

6:15 PM

Theft

119 S. 38th St

Property taken from auto

9/21/01

9:17 PM

Theft

4001 Walnut St

Merchandise taken without payment/Arrest

9/21/01

11:37 PM

Theft

128 S. 39th St

Purse taken

9/22/01

3:37 AM

Vandalism

39th/Chestnut

Male writing on mailbox/Arrest

9/22/01

8:16 AM

Theft

399 S 33rd St

Property taken from auto

9/22/01

1:01 PM

Theft

399 S 33rd St

Property taken from auto

9/22/01

2:10 PM

Fraud

38th/Market St

Complainant's money taken by unknown females

9/22/01

3:08 PM

Theft

300 S 33rd St

Purse taken from room

9/22/01

4:27 PM

Fraud

3922 Pine St

Unauthorized charges on credit cards

9/22/01

6:50 PM

Theft

4001 Walnut St

Property taken without payment/Arrest

9/23/01

2:14 PM

Theft

4200 Locust St

Property taken from auto

9/23/01

4:04 PM

Theft

3120 Walnut St

Property taken from auto


18th District Crimes Against Persons

13 incidents and 6arrests (including 8 robberies & 5 aggravated assaults) were reported between September 17 and September 23, 2001 by the 18th District covering the Schuylkill River to 49th Street and Market Street to Woodland Avenue.

9/17/01

7:50 AM

4816 Kingsessing

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

9/17/01

7:50 AM

4816 Kingsessing

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

9/17/01

10:55 PM

4637 Pine St

Robbery

9/17/01

2:40 AM

4100 Spruce

Robbery/Arrest

9/19/01

2:15 AM

100 34t St

Robbery

9/20/01

1:30 AM

4000 Spruce St

Aggravated Assault

9/21/01

2:29 PM

308 48th St

Robbery

9/22/01

5:12 PM

5053 Ludlow St

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

9/22/01

10:15 AM

5031 Walnut St

Aggravated Assault

9/22/01

10:10 PM

4501 Springfield

Robbery/Arrest

9/22/01

9:35 AM

4700 Locust

Robbery

9/23/01

2:00 PM

4300 Walnut

Robbery

9/23/01

10:45 PM

4000 Baltimore

Robbery



Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 6, October 2, 2001

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS:

Tuesday,
October 2, 2001
Volume 48 Number 6
www.upenn.edu/almanac/

Dr. Lerman appointed associate director for Cancer Control and Population Science and director of the Tobacco Research program at the Leonard & Madlyn Abramson Family Cancer Research Institute
$2.1 million grant to introduce advanced security features into standard office PCs.
Dennis DeTurck, Srilata Gangulee and Alton Strange will serve the Colleges Houses this year.
The new director for public serves at the Library is Sandra Kerbel.
Wharton as appointed Steven Oliveira as associate dean for External Affairs.
UCD has announced it's new executive director.
Deadlines are announced for Pilot and Feasibility Grants, Trustees' Council Grants, Robert Bosch Fellowships and Luce Scholars Program
Year-end Council reports: Community Relations; Facilities; Personnel Benefits; Pluralism; Quality of Student Life; and Safety and Security.
A new Temporary Staffing Services has a new vendor; EHRS has Training for October and Annual Tuberculosis Screening is now available.
Steinhardt Hall, the new Hillel Center breaks ground.