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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 31, 2001 to January 6, 2002 . 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 31, 2001 to January 6, 2002. 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.

12/31/01

7:00 AM

Theft

38th/Walnut

Assorted tools taken

12/31/01

7:49 AM

Theft

Civic/Univ. Ave

Tools taken

12/31/01

11:02 PM

Burglary

4044 Walnut St

Front door damaged to residence/items taken

1/02/02

10:45 AM

Burglary

204 S 41st St

Unauthorized male in building/arrest

1/02/02

11:00 AM

Theft

3615 Locust Walk

Wallet and contents taken

1/02/02

2:46 PM

Theft

3420 Sansom St

Contents taken from wallet

1/02/02

5:00 PM

Theft

4001 Spruce St

Items taken from locker

1/03/02

11:35 AM

Theft

38th/Walnut

Assorted tools taken

1/03/02

2:46 PM

Theft

3401 Walnut St

Backpack taken while dining

1/03/02

7:29 PM

Robbery

4200 blk Locust

Complainant robbed by 2 males/arrested

1/04/02

9:50 AM

Theft

3701 Walnut St

Currency taken from locker

1/04/02

9:55 AM

Theft

3400 Spruce St

Vehicle taken by unknown male

1/04/02

5:06 PM

Vandalism

3130 Walnut St

Vehicle damaged while parked

1/05/02

2:50 PM

Theft

3637 Locust St

Stereo equipment and VCR taken

1/06/02

12:14 PM

Theft

3700 Spruce St

Walkman and phone taken from room

1/06/02

9:39 PM

Theft

4040 Walnut St

Property taken from residence

18th District Crimes Against Persons

14 incidents 4 arrests (including 11 robberies, 2 aggravated assaults and 1 homicide) were reported between December 31, 2001 to January 6, 2002.by the 18th District covering the Schuylkill River to 49th Street and Market Street to Woodland Avenue.

12/31/01

9:28 PM

3400 Spruce St.

Aggravated Assault

12/31/01

9:10 AM

4200 Chestnut St.

Aggravated Assault

12/31/01

7:37 PM

4100 Chester

Robbery

12/31/01

6:37 PM

5123 Ranstead

Robbery

1/02/02

1:30 AM

4827 Walton

Robbery

1/03/02

2:28 PM

5100 Chestnut

Robbery

1/03/02

7:28 PM

4200 Locust

Robbery/Arrest

1/04/02

8:25 PM

439 48th St.

Homicide

1/04/02

10:05 PM

5100 Chestnut

Robbery

1/04/02

12:58 AM

4600 Chestnut

Robbery/Arrest

1/04/02

9:27 AM

4314 Locust

Robbery/Arrest

1/05/02

7:30 PM

4600 Hazel

Robbery

1/05/02

9:40 PM

414 44th St.

Robbery

1/06/02

1:52 AM

1414 Fallon

Robbery/Arrest


Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 18, January 15, 2002

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS:

Tuesday,
January 15, 2002
Volume 48 Number 18
www.upenn.edu/almanac/

Jim Lehrer, an award-winning journalist from PBS, will deliver the commencement address at Penn on May 13.
A newly created endowed chair at CHOP is in memory of one endocrinologist and will be held by another endocrinologist, a long-time Penn faculty member.
The Open Forum on the Strategic Plan, originally scheduled for today, will be held on Monday, January 28 in 200 College Hall.
The Senate Committee on the Economic Status of the Faculty issues their annual report which has countless comparisons and conclusions.
A memorial service will be held today for a Wharton junior who died over the winter break.
A memorial service will be held on Thursday for a staff couple who both died over break.
The Penn's Way Campaign concludes its weekly drawings and has named a grand prize winner for the iBook.