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Oct. 20:12 a.m.--A caller reported that her roommate in Thayer Hall had spilled boiling water on herself. A Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) officer transported both students to University Health Services.
2:39 a.m.--HUPD responded to a report of someone crawling in a window at Mather House. The officers determined the individual was a resident of the House.
11:55 a.m.--HUPD stopped a group of suspicious-looking men outside Claverly Hall. Officers sent the men on their way after a warrant check proved negative.
3:50 a.m.--A caller reported a despondent and intoxicated man outside the Kresge Dining Hall at Harvard Business School. An officer could not locate the individual.
7:26 a.m.--A caller reported that a flag had been stolen off the Widener Library crane.
1:18 p.m.--Officers responded to a call from CitySports, where a manager had reported that a man had tried to steal sneakers.
7:40 p.m.--A caller reported a brick had been thrown through a window at 60 JFK St. HUPD dispatchers notified the detective on-call.
2:21 a.m.--Multiple callers reported a man screaming in the Leverett Tower courtyard. When an officer interviewed the man, he replied that he was screaming because he had had a "bad day."
1:17 p.m.--HUPD officers assisted the Cambridge Police Department and the Brookline Police Department after a high-speed chase ended near the Malkin Athletic Center.
7:08 p.m.--A caller from the Hemenway gym reported that $250 was stolen from his locker.
3:11 p.m.--A caller reported a smoking trash barrel at the corner of Kirkland and Oxford Streets. HUPD responded and confirmed that the trash can was smoldering and successfully extinguished the fire.
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