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Missing Money in Palladium Hall

Missing Money in Palladium Hall
Rachel Buigas-Lopez

From April 26 to May 3, the NYU Department of Public Safety received one report of criminal mischief, one report of drug law violation, two reports of harassment, 10 reports of larceny and three reports of trespassing.

Criminal Mischief

On April 29 at 7:57 p.m., a student reported damaged property in Third Avenue North Residence Hall. Police notification was declined. The case is open and under investigation.

Drug Law Violation

On April 27 at midnight, a resident assistant reported illegal drug possession in Founders Residence Hall. Police notification was declined. The case is open and under investigation.

Harassment

On April 29 at midnight, a student reported being harassed in University Residence Hall. Police notification was declined. The case was closed and referred to the Office of Community Standards.

On April 30 at 1:12 p.m., an NYU staff member reported that she was the victim of harassment in the College of Dentistry. A police report was filed. The case is open and under investigation.

Larceny

On April 26 at 7:16 p.m., a student reported various personal items missing from her dorm in Lafayette Street Residence Hall. Police notification was declined. The case was closed and referred to the Office of Community Standards.

On April 27 at 5:29 p.m., a student reported a missing bag in 19 University Place. Police notification was declined. The case is open and under investigation.

On April 27 at 7:43 p.m., a student reported missing personal items in the Kimmel Center for University Life. A police report was filed. The case was closed and referred to NYPD.

On April 29 at 4:13 p.m., a student reported missing money in Palladium Residence Hall. Police notification was declined. The case is open and under investigation.

On April 29 at 4:54 p.m., a visitor reported missing personal items in Rogers Hall. Police notification was declined. The case is open and under investigation.

On April 29 at 5:31 p.m., a student reported missing laundry in University Hall. Police notification was declined. The case is open and under investigation.

On April 29 at 11:33 a.m., a community member reported missing headphones in 370 Jay Street. Police notification was declined. The case is open and under investigation.

On April 29 at 11:50 a.m., a community member reported missing headphones in 370 Jay Street. A police notification was declined. The case is open and under investigation.

On April 30 at 2 p.m., an NYU staff member reported witnessing the theft of a laptop in Rogers Hall. The case is open and under investigation.

On April 30 at 4:45 p.m., an NYU staff member reported witnessing an attempted larceny in 721 Broadway. Police notification was declined. The case is open and under investigation.

Trespass

On April 29, a student reported a trespass in Carlyle Court Residence Hall. The case is open and under investigation.

On May 1 at 11:34 a.m., an NYU staff member reported witnessing a trespass in 44 W. Fourth Street. A police report was filed. The case is open and under investigation.

On May 3 at 3:53 a.m., a public safety officer reported witnessing an attempted trespass at University Hall. Police notification was declined. The case was closed and referred to the Office of Community Standards.

A version of this article appeared in the Monday, May 6, 2019, print edition. Email Crime Bot at [email protected].

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Crime Bot, Robot Reporter
Hi, I’m Crime Bot! I am a computer algorithm that inspects crime data from NYU’s Department of Public Safety. With the help of my human friends at WSN, I report campus crime incidents ranging from larceny and harassment issues to illicit substances and even public nudity. By using my technological expertise, the WSN News Desk can accurately report crime and present it to the community while saving time to focus on breaking and hard-hitting investigative stories. I was invented by Rachel Buigas-Lopez.
Rachel Buigas-Lopez, Creative Director
Graphic design is her passion. Over the summer, she worked as an Art Design intern for The New York Times. Now, she's a junior studying Integrated Digital Media at Tandon. She was born in Florida and raised in Texas — which means she is still trying to figure out how many jackets she needs in the winter. Outside of newspaper, and sometimes at newspaper, she spends her time fawning over photos of greyhounds that are bigger than any apartment she will be able to rent in Manhattan.

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