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PUBLIC SAFETY ALERT

 

 

PEABODY CAMPUS
INCIDENT TYPE:           Attempted Armed Robbery
LOCATION:                     600 block St. Paul St. (at Homewood-Peabody-JHMI Shuttle stop)
DATE:                               4/26/2018
TIME:                               11:00 AM

SUSPECT DESCRIPTION:                                         Suspect # 1:        Male, 16-17 years of age, shirt or hoodie tied
around waist, no further description

Suspect # 2:        Male, 16-17 years of age, blue T-shirt, black hoodie,
No further description

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT: Baltimore Police are investigating an attempted armed robbery of a BSPH student that occurred in the 600 block of St. Paul St. (at the Homewood-Peabody-JHMI Shuttle stop) at 11:00 AM. Two suspects approached the victim, and one suspect held a knife to the victim’s throat and demanded his cell phone. As other persons arrived, the suspects fled without the phone north on St. Paul and east on Monument St. The victim suffered no physical injuries.
CRIME TIP: Should you find yourself the victim of a robbery, do not resist and do not pursue suspects. Always remember to stay calm, listen and observe intently, surrender any requested property and report the crime as soon as possible.
If you have additional information call Baltimore Police Department at 911 or Campus Security at 667-208-6608. For more crime prevention tips, please visit Campus Security’s website at http://peabody.jhu.edu/life-at-peabody/campus-safety/crime-prevention-tips/.

The Johns Hopkins University
Peabody Institute Campus Security Department
667-208-6608


PEABODY CAMPUS

In reference to the earlier alert regarding an attempted robbery of a BSPH student, Baltimore Police are investigating the robbery of a Peabody student that occurred at 11:30 AM in the 500 block of St. Paul St.  The student did not report the robbery until 3:00 PM, after he had seen the earlier alert.  Two suspects held a knife to the student’s chest and took his cell phone.  The student was not physically injured.  Based upon the clothing description, the student believes that these suspects are the same suspects that committed the attempted robbery described in the earlier alert.  Additional patrols have been added to the Homewood-Peabody-JHMI Shuttle stops near the Peabody campus as a result of the earlier attempted robbery.

CRIME TIP:  Should you find yourself the victim of a robbery, do not resist and do not pursue suspects.  Always remember to stay calm, listen and observe intently, surrender any requested property and report the crime as soon as possible.​

If you have additional information call Baltimore Police Department at 911 or Campus Security at 667-208-6608. For more crime prevention tips, please visit Campus Security’s website at http://peabody.jhu.edu/life-at-peabody/campus-safety/crime-prevention-tips/.

The Johns Hopkins University
Peabody Institute Campus Security Department
667-208-6608


PEABODY CAMPUS

INCIDENT TYPE:                        Attempted armed robberies

LOCATION:                                   600 block St. Paul St. (Homewood-Peabody-JHMI) and E. Madison St. between Charles St. and St. Paul St.

DATE:                                             4/30/2018

TIME:                                              2:00 PM and 2:25 PM

 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT:     Baltimore Police are investigating two attempted armed robbery, one of a BSPH student and one of a Peabody student.  The first occurred in the 600 block of St. Paul St. at the Homewood-Peabody-JHMI Shuttle stop.  A suspect approached a BSPH student, threatened her with a knife, and demanded money.  When she did not hand it over, he fled.  The second incident happened on E. Madison St. between Charles and St. Paul Streets.  A suspect approached a Peabody student, held a knife to his side, and demanded his cell phone.  When the suspect saw the model of phone, he didn’t take it and instead fled south through an alley.  Neither student was physically harmed.  The suspect descriptions are close, indicating that it could be the same person.  These incidents follow a robbery and attempted robbery in the same area last week which may involve the same suspect.

 

Suspect in first incident:            Male, black, late teens to early 20’s, 5’6” to 5’8”, slim build, small dreadlocks, wearing a dark hoodie and blue jeans, armed with a knife.

Suspect in second incident:       Male, black, mid-20’s or younger, dark complexion, 5’11”, thin build, wearing a black hoodie and jeans, armed with a knife.

 

Patrols of the area around Peabody were increased as a result of the incidents last week.  Additional patrols have been added this week, and Baltimore Police have increased their deployment in the area.

CRIME TIP:  Should you find yourself the victim of a robbery, do not resist and do not pursue suspects.  Always remember to stay calm, listen and observe intently, surrender any requested property and report the crime as soon as possible.​

If you have additional information call Baltimore Police Department at 911 or Campus Security at 667-208-6608. For more crime prevention tips, please visit Campus Security’s website at http://peabody.jhu.edu/life-at-peabody/campus-safety/crime-prevention-tips/.

The Johns Hopkins University
Peabody Institute Campus Security Department
667-208-6608


PEABODY CAMPUS

INCIDENT TYPE:                   Unarmed Robbery

LOCATION:                             700 block of N. Charles St.

DATE:                                       5/3/2018

TIME:                                       11:30 PM

 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT:     Baltimore Police has just informed Campus Security that they are investigating a robbery of a Homewood student that occurred in the 700 block of N. Charles St. at 11:30 AM.  The student was walking in the block toward the shuttle stop when the suspect pushed her and took a cell phone from hand and then fled.  The student was not physically injured.

 

Suspect Description:             Male, black, approximately 13, skinny, afro hair style, wearing a navy blue zippered sweater and blue jeans.

CRIME TIPS:  Try not to talk on or use your cellphone or tablet while walking.  If you must do so, stop and step back against a building.  Do not advertise your property – If you have expensive electronic devices or other valuable property, keep them concealed.

If you have additional information call Baltimore Police Department at 911 or Campus Security at 667-208-6608. For more crime prevention tips, please visit Campus Security’s website at http://peabody.jhu.edu/life-at-peabody/campus-safety/crime-prevention-tips/.

The Johns Hopkins University
Peabody Institute Campus Security Department
667-208-6608

 


PEABODY CAMPUS

INCIDENT TYPE:  Aggravated Assault (Paintball Gun)

LOCATION:  Centre Street between Charles and St. Paul (in front of 20 E. Centre St.)

DATE:  5/18/2018

TIME:  12:15PM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT:     Baltimore Police are investigating an aggravated assault involving a paintball gun that occurred on Centre St. between Charles and St. Paul Streets on this date at 12:15 PM.  A Peabody student was standing in front of 20 E. Centre St., when a gray or silver Honda Civic with tinted windows drove by and an unidentified suspect fired several shots from a paintball gun at the student.  The student was hit in the right arm, neck, and back, but was not physically injured.  The vehicle sped eastbound on Centre Street.

CRIME TIPS:  If you are a crime victim, try to remember as many details about the suspect as possible.  Remember:

S- Size (The number of people, gender, ages, and physical descriptions)
A – Activity (Describe exactly what they are doing)
L – Location (Provide exact location)
U – Uniform (Describe what they are wearing, including shoes)
T – Time (Provide date, time, and duration of activity)
E – Equipment (Describe vehicle, make, color etc., license plate, camera, guns, etc)

If you have additional information call Baltimore Police Department at 911 or Campus Security at 667-208-6608. For more crime prevention tips, please visit Campus Security’s website at http://peabody.jhu.edu/life-at-peabody/campus-safety/crime-prevention-tips/.

The Johns Hopkins University
Peabody Institute Campus Security Department
667-208-6608

 


PEABODY CAMPUS

INCIDENT TYPE:  Fondling

LOCATION:  Centre Street between Charles and St. Paul (in front of 3 E. Centre St.)

DATE:  6/20/2018

TIME:  11:57 AM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT:     Baltimore Police are investigating a fondling that occurred on Centre St. between Charles and St. Paul Streets on this date at 11:57 AM.  Two individuals were causing a disturbance inside Maestro’s Café by aggressively filming patrons and staff with a cell phone.  When a Peabody Security officer responded to investigate, one of the individuals touched the officer in an inappropriate manner.  Both individuals fled before Baltimore Police arrived.

Suspect # 1:  black male, early 20’s, 5’7”, average build, wearing a burgundy tee shirt and light blue jeans.  This suspect was filming with his cell phone and has been observed following and aggressively filming persons near the Peabody campus in the last several weeks.

Suspect # 2:  black male, early 20’s, 5’5”, fit build, wearing a white tee shirt and burgundy shorts.  This suspect committed the fondling.

CRIME TIPS:  If you should be approached by someone who aggressively films you, or who follows or harasses you in any way, do not engage with them.  Walk away and go to a safe area.  Call 911 or Campus Security.

If you have additional information call Baltimore Police Department at 911 or Campus Security at 667-208-6608. For more crime prevention tips, please visit Campus Security’s website at http://www.peabody.jhu.edu/campusecurity/tips.html.

The Johns Hopkins University
Peabody Institute Campus Security Department
667-208-6608