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Police Log

By Courtney A. Coursey, CRIMSON STAFF WRITER

The following incidents were recorded by the Cambridge Police Department in the last week.

Sept. 19, 1997

A man was arrested at 12:50 a.m. for "trespassing and disorderly conduct" at Charlie's Kitchen, located at 10 Eliot St.

A Somerville resident reported being robbed of $410 cash and a T-pass by two males, one of whom held an unseen weapon at his side.

Sept. 22, 1997

An Airborne Express-employee reported that while he was making deliveries in Harvard Square an unknown person broke into his van and stole a computer worth $10,000.

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