Crime Log

Disorderly Conduct
3/7
Public space – 2:21 a.m.
Case closed
A University Police officer observed an individual urinating on the grass in front of the Hall of Government building. The individual, unaffiliated with GW, was barred from campus.
Subject barred from campus

Drug Law Violation
3/4
Thurston Hall – 11 p.m.
Case closed
A Community Living and Learning staff member contacted UPD after receiving an anonymous tip that marijuana was present in a room. An administrative search of the room yielded marijuana.
Referred to SJS

Indecent Exposure
3/3
Public space – 6:05 p.m.
Case closed
Two female students walking to the corner of 21st and E streets witnessed a male masturbating in a car. The students wrote down the license plate and contacted UPD and Metropolitan Police. MPD identified the owner of the car, who said the person in the car was his daughter’s boyfriend. MPD confirmed the claim, but the students refused to press charges.
Referred to MPD

Liquor Law Violation
3/8
Lisner Auditorium – 9:50 p.m.
Case closed
UPD received a report that a female student was vomiting in a bathroom. EMeRG evaluated the female, a Georgetown University student, and released her.
Referred to Georgetown University

3/6
Public space – 1:40 a.m.
Case closed
A UPD officer observed several individuals supporting a seemingly intoxicated student on 22nd and H streets. EMeRG took the student to the emergency room for excessive consumption.
Referred to SJS

3/5
Off campus – 3:51 a.m.
Case closed
MPD notified UPD that four students were arrested for underage drinking at the Dark Horse, a restaurant and bar at 2519 Pennsylvania Ave.
Referred to SJS

Simple Assault/Traffic Accident
3/9
Public space – 6:18 a.m.
Open case
A female student and a male individual, who is unaffiliated with GW, were engaged in an altercation outside Francis Scott Key Hall. The male grabbed the female student’s wrist and attempted to pull her into his car. After the female refused to get into the car, the male sped off and hit a car at 23rd and G streets. The male then sped off in the direction of Rock Creek Parkway. The female student gave UPD and MPD the male’s name. MPD is investigating the traffic accident.
Referred to MPD

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