Crime Report

Liquor Law Violation

11/23 – 2020 F St. 5 a.m.
Case closed

MPD, responding to several noise complaints, arrested five individuals for underage drinking.

Referred to SJS

11/23 – 2109 F St. 2:03 a.m.
Case closed

University Police called to the scene found one individual unconscious on the bathroom floor. An ambulance was called, and the individual was transported to the emergency room for excessive alcohol consumption.

Referred to SJS

11/22 – Mitchell Hall 12:49 a.m.
Case closed

CLLC staff contacted UPD after smelling a “suspicious odor” on a floor. The individuals in the room were found to be drinking alcohol and smoking an “unusual” kind of cigarette. An administrative search of the room didn’t produce any drugs or drug paraphernalia. The three individuals were all underage.

Referred to SJS

Simple Assault

11/26 – Public space
Case open

A female individual reported another female individual was making threats against her and threw a beer can at her. On a separate occasion, the individual attempted to choke her. The altercation reportedly arose because both individuals were dating the same person.

11/24 – G Street 1 a.m.
Case closed

An individual approached University Police and said several individuals attacked him as he attempted to enter a fraternity party. The individual was transported to the emergency room. One individual was subsequently barred from the hospital after a verbal altercation arose between him and the assaulted individual.

Referred to SJS

Drug Law Violation

11/25 – City Hall 12:49 a.m.
Case closed

A UPD officer patrolling the hall smelled a “suspicious odor” emanating from a room. An administrative search by CLLC staff produced marijuana and smoking paraphernalia.

Referred to SJS

Destruction of Property

11/25 – University Garage
Case closed

An individual indicated that her car was vandalized on several different occasions. Nails were found in two of her tires.

Theft

11/27 – Lot 12
Case open

An individual reported her vehicle had been stolen from the Funger Hall parking garage. This is the first time this year an automobile has been stolen from a University lot, UPD reported.

-compiled by Michael Barnett

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