On September 5, the complainant reported that packages that were delivered to the porch had been tampered with and that some items were missing.
On Aug. 23, a water bottle was thrown from the Fresh Grocer parking garage in an attempt to hit a person.
Marybeth Gasman, who ran the Center for Minority Serving Institutions and studied historically black colleges and universities, was investigated the Penn. She will be starting a new position at Rutgers on Sept. 1.
Penn Police responded to a total of 231 crimes within their patrol zone from May 18 to August 18 this summer.
The agreement reached between Rafael Robb and the estate of his late wife, Ellen Gregory, stipulates that 75% of the value of Robb’s investment and pension assets will be transferred to the Gregory estate.
The Division of Public Safety issued a UPenn alert after a person reportedly had their wallet taken from them on the 3300 block of Walnut Street.
Six officers received non-fatal gunshot injuries after narcotics officers attempted to serve an arrest warrant at a North Philadelphia home, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
The suspects are two males driving a burgundy or maroon Chevy Trailblazer.
All victims are in stable condition at local hospitals.
Robb, who was convicted in 2007 for bludgeoning his wife to death, appeared before a Montgomery County Court judge on June 28 and requested a trip to Israel to handle his mother's estate.
The items taken include wallets with credit cards and electronics such as an iPhone and laptop.
On April 13, a chair was thrown through a window at about 7:00 p.m. and caused damage at Zeta Psi.
The ARU consists of one SVU that transports students to the hospital in evenings on certain days of the week.
On April 9, on the 3900 block of Walnut Street, at about 8:00 p.m., the complainant reported juveniles surrounded her, grabbed her buttocks, and spat on her.
Citizen, a company based in New York, designed an app to provide users with information about 911 emergencies in real time. The app launched in the Philadelphia area on April 16.
The alert described the male suspect as wearing a black Champion sweatshirt with white stripes on the arms.
This year, six students required medical transportation to the hospital, a significant decrease from 15 in 2018 and 24 in 2017.
"All the blacks are almost gone! But we have to keep a few show ones around. Don't you agree?? Joking," the fake email read.
On April 11, a Penn security officer called local artist Tim Barton to ask if he removed his piece, titled "34 Years in the Making,"
On March 30, at the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, at about 1:43 a.m., a medical employee was assaulted by an Emergency Room patient.