On Friday October 23, 2015 at approximately 3:55 AM a female resident of the Holden Green affiliated housing complex reported to the Harvard University Police Department that she was approached by an unknown male who followed her to her doorway. The victim stated while walking her dog she saw the mini-van pull in. The victim felt something wasn’t right and immediately started running toward her doorway. The unknown male ran after her but she was able to get in the door and lock it. The offender banged on the door and immediately fled back to the van which was driven by an unseen Read more about Community Advisory - Holden Green Housing Complex Assault
At approximately 6:50 PM this evening, Harvard University Police Department officers were dispatched to respond to a report of a fight in progress behind the Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church at 1555 Massachusetts Avenue, which abuts the campus of Harvard Law School. Officers responded to the scene and observed an unidentified male standing over another male lying on the ground. The unidentified male's face was covered in blood and when officers instructed him to lie on the ground he refused their commands and show his hands. One of the officers observed what he Read more about Community Advisory - Assault and Battery Dangerous Weapon, 1555 Mass Ave, Camrbidge
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Cambridge Police Highlight Recent Increase in Indecent Assault & Batteries in Harvard Square Area
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., September 9, 2015 -- The Cambridge Police Department are cautioning women who live, work or frequent the Harvard Square area to be aware of a recent increase in Indecent Assault and Batteries.
On Friday July 3, 2015 at approximately 3:15 AM a male summer school student reported to the Harvard University Police Department that he was robbed at gunpoint while walking down Arrow Street towards Bow Street. The victim stated a dark colored sedan stopped and two males jumped out of the car and struck him in the face and head with two handguns. The offenders ordered him to the ground. While on the ground the offenders removed his headphones, money, and other personal items. The victim suffered minor injuries but refused medical treatment.