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Last week's crimes included two robberies, a burglary and a DUI.
This week's crimes include four thefts, two frauds, and one count of harassment.
Amy Wagner was arrested on May 7, 2014 by a member of the Philadelphia Police Department, according to the Penn Division of Public Safety.
Philadelphia Police are investigating a robbery that occurred this morning at the Wawa on the corner of 38th and Spruce Streets.The suspect entered the Wawa around 4:45 a.m.
This week's crimes include four burglaries, vandalism and a sex offense.
The 47 percent increase in total crime for May 2014 compared with last May can be attributed to the increase in property crimes — the burglaries and the bike, building and retail thefts.
Police say the 26-year old woman was followed home from a bar in Center City, where the suspect forced his way into her apartment on the 1900 block of Spruce Street and proceeded to sexually assault her.
This week's crimes include an assault and three burglaries.
Burglary:May 25, 2014: At about 5:30 p.m. an affiliated male reported that he observed an unknown male enter through the unsecured front door of the complainant’s residence at 214 S.
The Department of Justice charged Johnson with eleven total counts of theft and fraud, alleging that he “embezzled, stole and obtained by fraud” property from the United States Department of Defense.
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A 35-year-old male was stabbed once in the head at 44th and Chestnut streets early Sunday morning, according to Philadelphia Police.
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In the minutes after shots were fired early last Tuesday morning at the Copabanana Restaurant, thousands of students and other University personnel found their cell phones vibrating or ringing with a UPennAlert informing them of the danger at 40th and Spruce Streets. But what many may not realize is that the UPenn Alert that was issued last week was the product of a process that began with the UPenn Alert’s inception more than seven years ago.
About 20 years ago, crime on campus hit its peak — prompting a series of changes that fundamentally shaped the University and how it interacts with the community.
The Philadelphia District Attorney's office said Thursday that the homicide outside Copabanana early Tuesday morning may have been motivated by a remark the victim allegedly made about the suspect's girlfriend.
Gaynor was also charged with aggravated assault, altering
identification marks on a firearm and other charges.
After Tuesday morning’s shooting near 40th and Spruce streets, administrators described their efforts to keep students safe around the time of the incident.
There were 11 incidents of theft and three arrests from theft this past week.
Tony Bagtas is currently in custody at the Philadelphia Industrial Correction Center.
Copabanana remains mostly unaffected by the events of last night. It was open for normal business hours on Tuesday. Copabanana owner Brian Phillips said that, while he was not on the premises last night when the shooting occurred, the restaurant has not felt unsafe in the neighborhood.
An early-morning shooting near 40th and Spruce streets left a male victim pronounced dead at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania at 1:43 a.m. He was 31 years old.
In addition to these students, 10 other individuals were treated for alcohol-related problems.
College freshman Anthony Bagtas, facing charges for allegedly burglarizing the Quad in March, is now charged with another burglary on the same day in March and two more burglaries this academic year.
The citations followed a request by the Division of Public Safety for the presence of the BLCE around campus over the weekend.
Dozens of people assembled in Fagin Hall Wednesday evening for the Division of Public Safety’s Spring Commendations Ceremony.
Officers from the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement will patrol campus this Fling at the request of the Division of Public Safety.
There was one incident of retail theft, one of bike theft and two thefts from building last week.
This March saw
record-breaking increases in certain types of crime, according to Vice
President for Public Safety Maureen Rush.A total of 71
property crimes were committed this March, compared to 44 property crimes in
March 2013 — an increase of 61 percent.
A hearing for College freshman Anthony Bagtas — the member of the basketball team who is facing charges for one of the eight burglaries that struck the Quad on March 22 — has been postponed.
A Penn student has been arrested for one of the eight
burglaries that occurred in the Quadrangle on Saturday.
Practices similar to those employed by the state liquor enforcement police during last year’s Spring Fling weekend have raised legal questions as the division of the state police prepares to make a return to campus for this year’s event.
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Penn filed a response on Wednesday to a Philadelphia cab
driver’s federal lawsuit in which he alleges that four Penn Police officers
physically assaulted him.
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Frank Stefano, a researcher in the biochemistry department of the School of Dental Medicine, was released from jail on March 6 after his $375,000 bail was posted.
A little-known University policy, which was cited in a recent campus study, states that if a student is hospitalized twice for alcohol or other drug use, the student's parents can be contacted.
The Division of Public Safety assisted the FBI in one of the 10 arrests of leaders of the Ironworkers Local 401 union, who have allegedly used violence to try to protect union jobs.
An unaffiliated 51-year-old male was cited for public drunkenness after attempting to throw a chair at an employee at Nara Restaurant.
The proposed plan would place the headquarters at 46th and Market streets.
Total crime for the month of January 2014 dropped to 71 incidents, down from the total of 72 incidents that occurred in January 2013.
A Philly cab driver has issued a lawsuit against Penn’s Police Department after allegedly being assaulted by four officers last Friday.
“The task force will work covertly and overtly to see if we can apprehend the individual or individuals committing the crimes,” Vice President for Public Safety, Maureen Rush, said.
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Officer Socks, an 18-month-old bomb-sniffing yellow labrador retriever, and her handler, Officer Julie Wesley, have finished training and are now protecting Penn’s campus.
Total crime for the 2013 calendar year increased by about 7.75 percent from the 2012 calendar year, with a 10.9 percent increase in crimes against person.
A substantial amount of money was stolen from the Sigma Delta Tau house on 3833 Walnut St. sometime between Dec. 18, 2013 and Jan. 12, 2014.