The University of Pennsylvania Police Department Community Crime Report
About the Crime Report: Below are all Crimes Against Persons and Society in the campus report for July 3 to August 20, 1995. Also reported were Crimes Against Property including 204 thefts (36 burglaries, 13 of autos, 38 from autos, 35 of bikes and parts); 27 incidents of criminal mischief and vandalism; 7 of forgery and fraud; 5 of trespassing and loitering; 2 of possession of stolen property. Full reports are in Almanac on PennInfo.—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 from July 3, 1995 to August 20, 1995. 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 898-4482.
Crimes Against Persons 34th to 38th/Market to Civic Center: Robberies (& attempts)—5, Threats & harassment—7, Indecent exp. & lewdness—1
Alpha Chi Rho
Racial remarks & threats received
Unknown male took bike from juvenile
3611 Locust Walk
Harassing calls received
3700 Blk. Sansom
Robbery by 2 males w/gun/no injuries
Robbery by 2 males w/gun
3433 Walnut St.
2 suspects arrested for robbery
Harassing remarks made
Employees harassed guard
3430 Market St.
Harassing phone calls received
3 robbed by 2 suspects/arrested
Harassment by guard
Male exposed self in stairwell
3 8 t h t o 4 1 s t / M a r k e t t o B a l t i m o r e : R o b b e r i e s ( & a t t . ) — 1 2 , A g g . a s s a u l t s — 1 , S i m p l e a s s a u l t s — 4 , T h r e a t s & h a r a s s . — 6 Numerous unwanted calls received Robbery by 2 suspects Dispute between roommates Unwanted phone calls received Juvenile robbed of bike by unknown male w/knife Robbery at point of knife Ongoing disturbance between employees Unknown suspect took cash Males chased complainant /no injuries Robbery by 2 suspects w/gun/no injuries Harassment Male cut on face/suspect arrested Robbery by male w/gun Numerous harassing phone calls received Male attempted to take purse/fled Robbery of wallet by 2 suspects Complainant shot in left hand Robbery of currency at point of knife Complainant assaulted Unknown male maced manager Robbery by unknown w/simulated weapon Complainant stabbed/money taken/arrest Robbery of backpack 07/07/95 07/08/95 07/12/95 07/16/95 07/22/95 07/24/95 07/24/95 07/24/95 07/25/95 07/26/95 07/28/95 07/28/95 07/29/95 08/02/95 08/03/95 08/10/95 08/11/95 08/14/95 08/15/95 08/15/95 08/15/95 08/16/95 08/17/95 4:10 PM 6:29 PM 6:07 PM 9:42 PM 8:15 PM 12:16 PM 1:15 PM 8:06 PM 1:48 AM 4:39 PM 6:34 PM 11:20 PM 10:04 PM 3:54 PM 4:22 PM 12:12 AM 8:06 PM 4:17 PM 12:22 AM 1:56 PM 11:19 PM 7:42 AM 1:44 PM Evans Bldg. 4000 Blk. Chestnut 4019 Locust Harnwell House 40th & Walnut 41st & Pine 220 S. 40th St. 106 S. 38th St. 40th & Pine 4000 Blk. Baltimore Superblock 40th & Spruce 3935 Walnut St. Wayne Hall 3900 Blk. Spruce 4000 Blk. Locust 41st & Spruce 251 S. 41st St. 39th & Sansom 4013 Walnut St. 4035 Chestnut 30 S. 40th St. 414 S. 41st St.
41st to 43rd/Market to Baltimo
re: Robberies (& att.)—13, Kidnapping & unlawful restraint—1
07/07/95 07/10/95 07/13/95 07/16/95 07/17/95 07/19/95 07/19/95 07/23/95 07/26/95 08/02/95 08/03/95 08/06/95 08/11/95 08/20/95
11:40 PM 10:33 PM 11:14 AM 12:52 AM 9:19 PM 12:20 AM 3:28 AM 9:23 PM 3:06 AM 3:10 PM 1:48 AM 11:12 PM 3:56 PM 12:59 AM
300 Blk. St. Mark’s
3 unknown males took wallet/fled in auto
4100 Blk. Pine 44th & Market 22nd & Diamond St. Mark’s & Pine 200 Blk. 43rd 43rd & Locust 4213 Pine St. 4201 Walnut St. 4100 Blk. Pine 4100 Blk. Pine 4100 Blk. Pine 4251 Walnut 42nd & Walnut
Robbery/2 arrests 2 males arrested for robbery at gas station Complainant forced to driver 3 unknown suspects Attempted robbery by unknown suspect Robbery by unknown suspect Robbery by 3 males/2 arrested Attempted robbery by unknown Unknown amount of cash taken from complainant Robbery by unknown suspects Robbery by 2 unknown males Robbery by unknown suspect Robbery by unknown suspect Robbery by unknown suspect
Assault by exfriend
32nd & Market
3200 Blk. Walnut
Assaulted by 2 males
Complainant struck /male fled
30th to 34th/Market to Univers
ity: Robberies (& att.)—2,
Agg. assault—1, Sim. assaults—2, Threats & harass.—2
522 Woodland Ter.
Robbery at gunpoint
3000 Walnut St.
Robbery of purse
Robbery at gunpoint
400 Blk. S. 40th
Robbery via simulated weapon
4409 Pine St.
400 Blk. S. 44th
Robbery of purse
45th & Walnut
Bottle thrown at complainant
4100 Blk. Chester
Outside 30th to 43rd/Market to
Baltimore: Robberies (&
a t t . ) — 1 0 , A g g . a s s a u l t — 1 , S i m . a s s a u l t — 1 , T h r e a t s & h a r a s s . — 2
4201 Walnut St.
Suspect fled store with cash
4400 Blk. Spruce
2 robbed at gunpoint
23 & Walnut Sts.
Complainant knocked off bike/ bike taken
4200 Blk. Aspen
Assault by unknown suspect
233 S. 44th St.
Assault by unknown male
38th to 41st/Market
to Baltimore: Disorderly conduct—3
3900 Blk. Irving
3900 Blk. Irving
200 Blk. 40th
3800 Blk. Sansom
200 Blk. 40th
Alcohol & drug offense—1, Weapons offense—1 Disturbance/suspect refused to leave/arrest 2 males cited for disorderly conduct Male tampering w/auto/had weapon/arrest Male cited for disorderly conduct Person arrested for drunk driving
41st to 43rd/Market
to Baltimore: Disorderly conduct—1
400 Blk. S. 42nd
Male acting disorderly/cited
30th to 34th/Market
to University: Disorderly conduct—2
Lot # 2
Male arrested for disorderly conduct 2 males cited for disorderly conduct
ALMANAC September 5, 1995
Music Department Auditions
Penn’s Music Department announces audi- tions for its performing ensembles, including the Choral Society and Choir, Wind Ensemble, Sym- phony Orchestra, Ancient Voices and Baroque Ensemble. These auditions will take place from September 7 to 22 and are open to all Penn students, faculty and staff, and to the general public. Please call 898-6244 for more informa- tion, to sign up for an audition time, or to receive a Fall 1995 concert brochure.
ICA Volunteer Opportunities
Positions are now open at the Institute of Contemporary Art as admissions desk attendant for half days on Mondays and Tuesdays. Other volunteer opportunities are also available. Con- tact the Volunteer Director at (215) 732-8265 or (610) 525-3117.
James Mann of Facilities Management, not the architects, did the watercolors of the Library shown on the front cover of the July 18 issue.
The back cover’s photo caption should have said that the E. Craig Sweeten Award was established by the Trustees in Mr. Sweeten’s honor. We regret the errors.—K.C.G.
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