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Assault On 120th

The undergraduate community just received an email detailing an assault on 120th Street.  Public Safety is looking for more information.  Read the full alert: On September 23, 2013 about 3:40 P.M. a Columbia University affiliate was the victim of an assault on W. 120 St. between Claremont Avenue and Broadway. CCTV shows the males come […]

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Perpetrator of Assault Saturday Night was a BSchool Student

The man who bit and kicked a woman on Saturday night, while screaming about Obama, is a student at the business school and has been charged with third-degree assault. The court papers filed yesterday state that Ash Sinha “grabbed his victim’s hair at 116th St. and Broadway, threw her to the ground, punched and kicked […]

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Double Armed Robbery Last Night

Public Safety sent out an alert this morning about two related armed robberies that occurred late last night. On 110th St. between Broadway and Amsterdam, three victims were robbed in two separate incidents around 1:30am. One of the victims was also assaulted and knocked to the ground. The official police description of the suspect is […]

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