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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 April 1 to April 7, 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 April 1 to April 7, 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.

4/1/02

5:59 PM

Harassment

3650 Chestnut St

Harassing call received

4/2/02

10:52 AM

Att Theft

220 S 32nd St

Suspect attempted to take wallet

4/2/02

12:42 PM

Burglary

3700 Walnut St

Property taken from construction trailer

4/2/02

4:01 PM

Theft

3420 Walnut St

Wallet taken/unauthorzied charges made on credit card

4/2/02

4:31 PM

Retail Theft

3423 Walnut St

Merchandise taken without payment/2 arrested

4/2/02

9:21 PM

Theft

3333 Walnut St

Slot machine taken

4/2/02

3:41 PM

Theft

220 S. 33rd St

Bike taken

4/03/02

7:30 PM

Robbery

4200 blk Locust

Complainant robbed by unknown male

4/3/02

8:17 PM

Theft

3420 Walnut St

Wallet taken from backpack

4/3/02

8:33 PM

Robbery

3900 blk Spruce

Complainant robbed/arrest made

4/3/02

8:40 PM

Dis. Conduct

40th/Spruce Sts

Disorderly male/arrest

4/4/02

1:56 PM

Theft

140 S 36th St

Wallet taken/credit card used

4/4/02

3:52 PM

Theft

3550 Market St

Laptop computer taken

4/5/02

12:17 AM

Theft

3701 Walnut St

Bike taken

4/5/02

12:48 PM

Theft

3443 Sansom St

Laptop computer taken

4/5/02

4:53 PM

Theft

3400 Spruce St

Laptop computer taken

4/5/02

5:56 PM

Theft

3400 Spruce St

Wallet taken from unsecured filing cabinet

4/5/02

6:36 PM

Theft

3701 Market St

Wallet taken from coat pocket

4/5/02

8:53 PM

Retail Theft

4001 Walnut St

Merchandise taken without payment/arrest

4/6/02

2:36 AM

Assault

4215 Baltimore Av

Complainant struck with pipe/2 arrested

4/6/02

5:25 PM

Theft

3420 Walnut St

Bike taken

4/6/02

9:01 PM

Theft

3601 Walnut St

Merchandise taken without payment/arrest

4/6/02

9:51 PM

Ind. Exposure

3400 Fels Walk

Male reported to have exposed himself

4/7/02

4:15 AM

Theft

34th/Convention

Medical supplies taken/arrest

4/7/02

12:19 PM

Theft

3900 blk Filbert

Property removed from auto

4/7/02

5:09 PM

Theft

3700 Spruce St

Laptop computer taken

4/7/02

5:59 PM

Theft

4001 Walnut St

Pocketbook taken from cart/arrest

18th District Crimes Against Persons

12 incidents and 5 arresat (including 3 robberies & 9 aggravated assaults) were reported between April 1 to April 7, 2002 by the 18th District covering the Schuylkill River to 49th St. & Market St. to Woodland Ave.

04/01/02

10:15 AM

4207 Chester

Aggravated Assault

04/02/02

3:10 PM

4300 Chester

Aggravated Assault

04/03/02

10:10 AM

4200 Chester

Aggravated Assault

04/03/02

12:00 AM

4900 Spruce

Aggravated Assault

04/03/02

7:20 PM

4200 Locust

Robbery

04/03/02

8:33 PM

3900 Spruce

Robbery/Arrest

04/05/02

1:00 AM

4500 Chestnut

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

04/05/02

12:34 AM

3925 Sansom

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

04/05/02

7:30 AM

4800 Spruce

Robbery

04/06/02

2:32 AM

4215 Baltimore

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

04/06/02

2:32 AM

4215 Baltimore

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

04/07/02

1:00 PM

5140 Ranstead

Aggravated Assault


Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 30, April 16, 2002

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS:

Tuesday,
April 16, 2002
Volume 48 Number 30
www.upenn.edu/almanac/

Both the School of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Medicine announce the recipients of their annual teaching awards.
Gearing up for Open Enrollment means thinking about how the changes in benefits could influence which medical or dental plan is most cost-effective.
President Judith Rodin protects and defends free speech on campus, reiterating a message from her January 1995 Welcome Back which is still relevant today.
SEAS announces a new Ennis Professor, named for Dr. Alfred Ennis (Moore School '28).

Penn participates in the Franklin Institute Laureates Symposium, hosting four symposia on campus which are open to the University community.