Crime Log

Assault

10/26 – Public Space – open case
Three unidentified individuals tried to remove a delivery person’s scooter from the street. The male delivery person confronted the individuals, and one individual proceeded to push him in the chest with a University Police officer standing nearby. The individuals fled the scene upon seeing the officer.

Disorderly Conduct

10/24 – Marvin Center – case closed
A male student disrupting students on the fifth floor stole a female student’s milkshake and began drinking it. He proceeded to take off his shoes and began acting in an “erotic” manner.
Referred to Student Judicial Services

Drug Law Violation

10/24 – City Hall – 2:44 a.m. –
case closed
Community Living and Learning staff reported an odor of marijuana permeating from a room. UPD conducted an administrative search and discovered a vile with marijuana and multiple plastic bags with marijuana residue. No one was present in the room at the time of the search.
Referred to SJS

10/23 – Fulbright Hall – 1:42 a.m. – case closed
UPD responded to a report of “suspicious odor” coming from a room and conducted an administrative search. Bags with marijuana residue, metal and glass smoking pipes were found.
Referred to SJS

Harassment

10/21 – Aston Hall – case closed
A dispute erupted between two female roommates, resulting with one female ripping posters off the wall and throwing her books around the room.
Referred to SJS

Liquor Law Violation

10/25 – Public Space – 12:48 a.m. – case closed
A female student was observed outside of the GW Hospital with a cut on the back of her head. She said she had been drinking with her friends and fell and hit her head.
Referred to SJS

10/25 – Hall on Virginia Avenue – 12:36 a.m. – case closed
UPD received a call concerning one male student and one non-student who consumed too much alcohol and were throwing up. Both were transported to the hospital for treatment and the non-student was barred from campus.
Referred to SJS

10/23 – Lafayette – 11:58 p.m. – case closed
A UPD officer came upon an underage intoxicated female student in the lobby complaining of stomach cramps. EMeRG was contacted and the student was treated and released.
Referred to SJS

– compiled by Rachel Zavala

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