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To keep you informed:

Recently, two Peabody students reported that they suspected they may have been drugged while drinking alcohol at the bar Sugarvale, located at 4 West Madison Street in the Mount Vernon area. This report has not been confirmed or refuted at this time, but we are sending you this message as a reminder to be vigilant in keeping you and your friends safe. There is no reported or suspected assault or injuries associated with this report.

Safety Tips:   When out drinking stay in the company of someone you trust.

Do not leave your drink unattended where someone could tamper with it.

Watch your drink as it is being prepared.

Do not accept beverages from someone you do not know.

Timely and accurate reporting is critical to crime prevention. Everyone is reminded to contact Campus Security at 667-208-6608 or Baltimore City Police at 911 immediately to report any suspicious person(s) or activity.


Baltimore Police are investigating a robbery that occurred on Sunday, April 29, 2018 at 1:45 AM in the 700 block of Washington Place (700 block of North Charles St.).  A School of Medicine student was walking with friends when a suspect approached, pointed a handgun at them, and ordered them into an alley.  The suspect took a wallet and iPhone from the student.  She was not physically armed.

Suspect description:             Male, black, 5’ 9” – 5’10”, 170 lbs, last seen wearing a black hat, black jacket, black pants, dark colored shoes, with a blue bandana covering his face.  The handgun was                                                      described as black with blue tape around the grip.

Campus Security would like all Peabody affiliates to be aware of this incident, and take appropriate precautions as necessary.  Everyone is reminded to be aware of your surroundings at all times, particularly late at night.

Timely and accurate reporting is critical to crime prevention.  Everyone is reminded to contact Campus Security at 667-208-6608 or Baltimore City Police at 911 immediately to report any suspicious person(s) or activity.