12:24:09 p.m.--—Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) officers were dispatched to take a report of construction going on at the Law School. An officer arrived, determined the company didn’t have a permit and shut the construction down.
2:58:02 p.m.—Officers were sent to the office of Harvard Magazine on Ware Street to take a report of an individual receiving strange phone calls.
4:03:51 p.m.—Officers arrested Kenneth Conyers, 44, of Boston, on charges of warrant service near Countway Library.
9:01:13 a.m.—Officers were sent to Massachusetts Hall to assist an individual with gaining entry to the building. When they arrived, they detected a strong odor on the individual and found a Class D substance. They placed Robert Anderson, 40, of Wilmington, Mass., under arrest for marijuana possession.
11:21:35 p.m.—HUPD officers were dispatched to Harvard Square to assist Cambridge Police Department (CPD) officers with a report of a past sexual assault. An investigation is ongoing.
7:59:24 p.m.—An officer saw a small demonstration outside the gates of the Yard by Wadsworth House and advised the group to stay off Harvard property.
8:13:41 p.m.—An officer was sent to Bright Hockey Center to take a report of drinks stolen from the vending machine.
2:39:20 a.m.—Officers were sent to University Hall to investigate a report of a suspicious person entering and exiting the building with items in hand. Officers determined the individual is an affiliate of the University and the items were mop heads.
6:04:23 p.m.—Officers were dispatched to Vanderbilt Hall on a report that the fire department was responding to a call there. Officers arrived and established that an individual had called the fire department because of a barbecue. The fire department declared the barbecue was safe and all units cleared the building.
3:54:40 a.m.—HUPD officers were sent to investigate a report of an unconscious person on the steps of the Owl, a final club located at 30 Holyoke St. Officers and Cambridge Fire Rescue personnel transported the individual to a medical facility.
2:42:00 p.m.—Officers were dispatched to 33 Elmwood Ave. on a report that a panic alarm was going off. When the officers arrived, they saw an individual trying to gain access to the building. Officers arrested Daniel Snyder, 24, of Cambridge on charges of attempting to commit a crime and trespassing.
—HANA R. ALBERTS