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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 December 3, 2001 to December 9, 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 December 3, 2001 to December 9, 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.

12/03/01

10:55 AM

Theft

3340 Smith Walk

Bike taken from secured building

12/03/01

11:02 AM

Theft

418 Guardian Drive

Computer taken from unsecured office

12/03/01

11:14 AM

Theft

3340 Smith Walk

Palm Pilot taken from unsecured office

12/03/01

11:31 AM

Theft

3800 Spruce St

Wallet taken from jacket

12/03/01

11:24 AM

Theft

3400 blk Ludlow

Tools taken from secured auto

12/03/01

11:41 AM

Theft

100 blk S 41 St

Various items taken from auto

12/03/01

1:00 PM

Harassment

38 St

Remarks written in chalk

12/03/01

2:50 PM

Theft

399 S 33 St

Wallet taken from purse

12/03/01

3:09 PM

Vandalism

33 and South St

Window to building smashed

12/03/01

3:58 PM

Burglary

212 S 42 St

Computer taken from secured apartment

12/04/01

12:01 AM

Warrant

4000 blk Spruce

Suspect wanted on warrant/Arrest

12/04/01

10:48 AM

Theft

200 S 33 St

Computer taken from office

12/04/01

12:00 PM

Fraud

3420 Walnut St

Unauthorized credit card purchases

12/04/01

12:05 PM

Theft

415 Curie Blvd

Computer taken from classroom

12/04/01

3:48 PM

Theft

3610 Hamilton Walk

Credit card taken from wallet

12/04/01

6:13 PM

Theft

240 S 33 St

Wallet taken

12/04/01

7:16 PM

Theft

3260 South St

Cash taken from secured locker

12/05/01

1:53 AM

Retail Theft

4001 Walnut St

Items taken with no attempt to pay

12/05/01

8:12 AM

Burglary

3637 Locust St

Bike taken from unsecured home

12/05/01

10:14 AM

Theft

3320 Smith Walk

Items taken from unsecured office

12/05/01

11:40 AM

Theft

3600 Walnut Street

Sign taken from building front

12/05/01

1:28 PM

Theft

3719 Chestnut St

Male attempt to break into meter/Arrest

12/05/01

3:08 PM

Theft

4001 Spruce St

Camera taken from schoolbag

12/05/01

3:50 PM

Theft

4001 Spruce St

Camera taken from schoolbag

12/05/01

5:44 PM

Theft

119 S 38 St

Item taken from secured auto

12/05/01

6:12 PM

Theft

4001 Walnut St

Item taken from secured auto

12/06/01

12:12 AM

Disorderly. Conduct

3900 Chestnut St

Males observed setting fire/Arrests

12/06/01

8:12 AM

Aggravated. Assault

3437 Walnut St

Officer assaulted/Arrest

12/06/01

11:48 AM

Theft

3610 Hamilton Walk

Credit cards taken from wallet

12/06/01

3:44 PM

Theft

220 S 32 St

Item removed from auto

12/06/01

4:24 PM

Theft

3335 Chestnut St

Items taken from vehicle

12/06/01

4:57 PM

Burglary

203 S 42 St

Items taken from apartment

12/07/01

8:36 AM

Theft

415 Curie Blvd

Items taken from purse

12/07/01

11:35 AM

Theft

3001 Market St

Purse taken from office

12/07/01

1:57 PM

Theft

201 S 36 St

Painting removed from studio

12/07/01

2:19 PM

Theft

17th and Walnut

Wallet taken from backpack

12/07/01

3:22 PM

Fraud

3650 Chestnut St

Unauthorized credit card purchases

12/07/01

4:29 PM

Theft

3733 Spruce St

Wallet removed from book bag

12/07/01

4:46 PM

Theft

3620 Locust St

Secured bike taken

12/07/01

9:17 PM

Theft

119 S 39 St

Wallet taken from pocketbook

12/08/01

2:48 AM

Vandalism

4100 Walnut St

Males observed writing graffiti/Arrest

12/08/01

7:23 AM

Disorderly. Conduct

45th and Walnut

Male cited for disorderly behavior/Arrest

12/09/09

6:09 AM

Robbery

4000 Sansom St

Money and items taken from female

12/09/01

7:57 AM

Fraud

3600 Sansom St

Unauthorized purchases in name

 

18th District Crimes Against Persons

12 incidents and 4 arrests (including 8 robberies, 4aggravated assault) were reported between December 3, 2001 to December 9, 2001 by the 18th District covering the Schuylkill River to 49th Street and Market Street to Woodland Avenue.

 

12/03/01

7:35 PM

1416 Graysferry

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

12/04/01

12:17 AM

4408 Walnut

Robbery

12/04/01

6:00 PM

4900 Market

Robbery

12/05/01

3:10 PM

4251 Walnut

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

12/05/01

3:15 AM

4802 Kingsessing

Robbery

12/06/01

4:54 AM

4714 Sansom

Aggravated Assault

12/06/01

8:10 AM

3437 Walnut

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

12/06/01

12:20 PM

4900 Market

Robbery

12/07/01

12:12 AM

4600 Market

Robbery

12/09/01

9:58 PM

4622 Walnut

Robbery/Arrest

12/09/01

5:15 AM

4000 Sansom

Robbery

12/09/01

3:30 PM

4816 Florence

Robbery



Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 15, December 11, 2001

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS:

Tuesday,
December 11, 2001
Volume 48 Number 15
www.upenn.edu/almanac/

More SAS endowed chairs: Dr. Randall Wright, is appointed to the Ronald Lauder Endowed Term Chair, and Dr. Richard Schultz is the Patricia Williams Term Chair.

Provost Robert Barchi and Executive Vice President John Fry will be part of an Open Form for the University's Strategic Plan on January 15.

Dr. Helen O. Dickens, a pioneer in women's health has died at the age of 92.
UPHS Bond rate has been revised to stable by Moody's Investors Service
Ben Financials begins its countdown to launching of new services on January 2.

Women of Color Scholars Awards applications are due on January 21

Penn Press has a collection of books just right for the holiday gift giving season. If you prefer there are Gifts of Involvement or ideas in the neighborhood from the Holiday Shopping Guide.
During the holidays, there are simple Safety Tips to keep in mind while you work and shop.
As always volunteer opportunities abound available throughout the community.
Researchers receive $1.26 million to study microfluidic systems; Penn has received $2.84 million to improve reliability of computers; the Center on Adult Literacy has received $2.4 million for technology; are part of Research Roundup in this issue.