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Thursday, May 05, 2005

HUPD Police Log 5.2.05

Well loyal readers, after last week's spectacular installment regarding our friend the "alleged self-fondler," this week's post is a little light. I guess after a report like that, there's nowhere to go but down. But fear not friends! As always, you're in for a smile, courtesy of the Harvard University Police Log. (see expanded post)
April 26:

8:17 a.m.—A report of a stolen home plate led an officer to a baseball field in Allston. The officer found that, in addition to the theft, a few sand bags and a tarp had been dumped onto the field.
An actual report about a stolen home plate? Sometimes, they make my job too easy...

(Even though the Police Log provides us with a hilarious insight into the dark underworld of Harvard crime, here at Police Blog we always appreciate the work and dedication of the HUPD officers)


At 9:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought it was hard to steal home?


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