Crime Report

Credit Card Fraud
11/1- Off campus
Case open

An individual reported to UPD that someone had attempted to make purchases with a credit card she lost in a taxi.

11/1- Off campus
Case open

A student’s stolen credit card was used to make several purchases.

10/31- Madison Hall
Case open

An individual notified UPD that she had lost her credit card, which was illegally used to purchase an airline ticket.

Liquor Law Violation

11/3- Aston Hall 3:30 a.m.
Case closed

Officers spotted a seemingly intoxicated individual outside Aston Hall. Emerg was called to the scene to evaluate her and determined she didn’t have to be taken to the hospital. The individual was found to be underage.

Referred to SJS

11/1- Public space 12:35 a.m.
Case closed

Officers at 20th and F streets encountered an intoxicated individual sitting on the curb. The individual was treated by Emerg and brought to the emergency room to be examined. The individual was found to be underage.

Referred to SJS

11/1- Public space 12:20 a.m.
Case closed

UPD officers discovered two intoxicated individuals sitting on the steps of the Alumni House. An ambulance was called to transport the individuals to the emergency room for excessive consumption. Both individuals were found to be underage.

Referred to SJS

11/1- Public space 12:15 a.m.
Case closed

UPD encountered an individual passed out on the steps between Crawford Hall and the Marvin Center. She was identified, Emerg took her to the emergency room for excessive consumption. The individual was found to be underage.

Referred to SJS

10/31- Mitchell Hall 11:57 p.m.
Case closed

UPD detained an intoxicated individual in the lobby. Emerg was called to the scene and the individual was transported to the emergency room for excessive consumption. The individual was found to be underage.

Referred to SJS

Drug Law Violation

11/1- Pennsylvania House 12:48 a.m.
Case closed

CLLC staff contacted UPD after smelling a ” suspicious odor” on the floor. An administrative search yielded marijuana and smoking paraphernalia. Two individuals, not GW students, were barred from campus.

Referred to SJS

-compiled by Michael Barnett

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