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Jan. 26: Someone reported a theft of more than $200 worth in losses at Honeygrow at 3731 Walnut St. 

Jan. 28: A theft was reported at 3100 Chestnut St., with total losses exceeding $200.

Jan. 28: The Wawa at 3744 Spruce St. reported a theft which totaled in a loss between $50 and $200.

Jan. 30: Between $50 and $200 worth of money or items were stolen from Pottruck Fitness Center at 3701 Walnut St.

Jan. 30: A bike was reported stolen from 4047 Pine St.


Jan. 26: A woman reported that her wallet had been stolen after dark and she found fraudulent charges on her account the next morning.  

Jan. 30: A man reported that someone had agreed to sublet his apartment for the summer and sent him a check for more than the requested rent. The offender then requested for a refund of the extra money via money order. The original check was found to be fraudulent. 


Jan. 29: A woman was walking west along Walnut Street when a man grabbed her arm and demanded she give him her wallet and phone. Police officers responded to the scene and arrested him.


Jan. 30: The concrete sign of Wynn Commons was vandalized with black paint. 

The University subsequently removed the name "Wynn" from "Wynn Commons" after announcing to the Penn community it would take action against 1963 College graduate and former trustee Steve Wynn, who has recently been accused of engaging in a decade-long pattern of sexual misconduct. 

Public Intoxication:

Jan. 31: A 26-year-old man was drunkenly arguing and shouting near the 4200 block of Chestnut St. Officers asked him to leave the area, but he refused. Police issued him a citation for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.  


Jan. 28: A 29-year-old woman was arrested for driving while under the influence at high speed near the 3800 block of Fairmount Ave.