A newspaper vendor delivering on campus left his vehicle at a 20th street curb, where three white males jumped into the vehicle. When the vendor approached the vehicle, one of the suspects ran out while the other two took off towards I Street in the car. At I Street, the suspects abandoned the car and ran off. The vendor did not want to notify police.
Destruction of Property
3/7 – University Garage
The driver’s window of a vehicle parked in the University garage was broken. No items were taken from the car. The owner called Metropolitan Police.
3/8 – 2028 G St.
The property manager at the former Sigma Nu house, which is now campus housing, reported a chair, couch and exit were damaged. Police could not determine how old the damage was. The couch had cigarette burns on it and had been written on with black marker. Referred to the Community Living and Learning Center.
3/7 – Monroe Hall
A student created a disturbance over a printer in the computer lab. A manager tried to get the student to be more cooperative with other students in the lab. The student was escorted from the lab by UPD.
Referred to Student Judicial Services.
3/9 – Mitchell Hall
UPD responded to a loud noise complaint. An Asian male non-student was reported to be picking a fight with two students in the Cortile Cafe. The officers found the individual outside Thurston Hall and he claimed students were making comments about his race. Subject was brought to Woodhull House, where MPD arrested him and a student.
3/5 – Thurston Hall
A female resident received a call from an individual claiming to be her boyfriend. Thinking it was her boyfriend, the complainant kept talking until the caller asked her for sex. She hung up, called the boyfriend, and found out someone else made the call. The complainant was given a log to track harassing phone calls.
3/5 – Thurston Hall
An officer responded to several telephone call complaints. Six victims gave similar accounts as to the content and nature of calls. The calls were all of a sexual nature. A report was filed with MPD, and the complainants were given a log to track harassing phone calls.
3/6 – Kogan Plaza
A student reported that an acquaintance of a friend had pushed her in Kogan Plaza. The complainant said she was having a verbal confrontation with a group of friends when the acquaintance approached her and started swearing. When she told the subject she wasn’t speaking to her, the subject pushed her; the complainant pushed her back. Witnesses separated them. No further action was taken.
3/7- New Hall
A student reported that a bike he had locked to a bench outside of the building was missing. No suspects or witnesses.
-compiled by Artemy Kalinovsky