Philadelphia Police 18th District Captain Matthew Gillespie said the incident may have been weather-related.
Jan. 26: A theft was reported at Thai Singha House located at 3906B Chestnut St. with losses totaling more than $200. A Canada Goose jacket was stolen.
LPS alumnus Dillon Heffernan created the map to help track crime using information from police reports and social media.
A UPennAlert was sent out Friday afternoon alerting students about the burglary on the 100 block of South 39th Street.
At around 11:30 a.m., students reported that Philadelphia Police blocked off the Quad. The Philadelphia Police also temporarily shut down the 3600 block of Spruce street.
All four victims had a single gunshot wound to the head and were found in a house on the 5100 block of Malcolm Street.
Peterkin Bell's profile from the Annenberg website has been deleted. The course listing for her course Urban Communications is no longer on PennInTouch.
The incident, which occurred around 7:30 p.m., prompted student diners to flee the premises for safety.
Samuel Woodward's next pre-trial hearing is slated to take place in January 2019.
Entitled "In the Name of Hate," the nearly hour long episode featured interviews from Bernstein's friends and family.
A UPenn Alert was sent at 3:30 p.m., indicating that the object was cleared and is no longer a danger to the community.
The suspect was wearing a red sweatshirt and ripped jeans when he entered the property Friday night, according to the Division of Public Safety.
Penn's Medical Emergency Response Team initially asked to be equipped with the medication about a year ago.
In the past, Philadelphia Fire Department officials have expressed annoyance with intoxicated Penn students throwing up in their vehicles, Superintendent of Penn Police Maureen Rush said.
The judge also continued Samuel Woodward's post preliminary hearing arraignment until Nov. 9.
A UPennAlert was sent at approximately 8:30 p.m., and a subsequent 'all clear' was declared 15 minutes later.
The evidence and testimonies presented at the pre-trial hearing provided the most vivid glimpse into the interactions and relationship of Woodward and Bernstein leading up to Bernstein's death.
Over three months, the Penn Police responded to a number of incidents involving simple assault and package theft.
Samuel Woodward, 21, could face life in prison without parole if convicted of the crime with the sentencing enhancement of a hate crime.
Reports that the homicide was a hate crime have been circulating since the spring, but this is the first time that formal charges are being raised.