Johns Hopkins Gazette: August 21, 1995

Security Alert

     At 5:15 p.m. on Aug. 2, a Hopkins employee, who was about to
unlock her car parked in the Hopkins Press parking lot at 2600 N.
Charles St., was approached from behind by a man who held his
hand under his shirt as if he had a weapon, and demanded her
purse. The assailant, described as an 18- to 20-year-old black
male approximately 5 feet 8 inches, took the purse, jumped over a
fence and ran south on Charles Street.
     In a similar incident on the same day and time, another
employee was accosted walking between buildings in the 2600 block
of St. Paul Street. When the employee told her assailant that she
had no money, she was told to leave, and the man walked down
Lovegrove alley.
     The Security Department is currently undergoing renovations
and has moved its daily operations within Shriver Hall. The
temporary dispatch area can be reached through the southern most
door on the building's west side, which faces Garland field.

     At 3:37 on Aug. 3, a black male between 25 and 30 years old
exposed himself to a Peabody graduate student while sitting at
the shuttle bus stop.

East Baltimore: 
     Corporate Security Services has been advised that several
juveniles have been throwing rocks at vehicles in the vicinity of
Orleans Street and Central Avenue. 

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