Crime Report

Simple Assault

9/18 – 4:30 a.m. – Guthridge Hall – case closed
An argument between roommates turned violent when one of the roommates threw an unidentified object at the others. UPD was contacted, but after determining there were no resulting injuries, the situation was left to the Community Living Learning Center staff.
Referred to Student Judicial Services

9/15 – 11:08 p.m. – public property on campus – case closed
An off-duty UPD officer witnessed an individual vandalizing newspaper stands and hitting parked cars with his hands at the 800 block of 21st Street. When the officer inquired about his activities, the subject shoved the officer. Following the shove, the subject, who was under 21 and intoxicated, was placed under arrest upon the arrival of other officers. He initially denied being a student, but he was determined to be a GW student by a record check. Since the car he had been hitting sustained no damage, the owner chose not to press charges.
Subject arrested


9/17 – 1:30 a.m. – Thurston Hall – open case
A complainant stated that she left her dorm room for approximately an hour and a half, and upon returning she found that her pillow and comforter had been removed. After a search, she determined they had been stolen and called UPD. She said that she had left the door unlocked while leaving the room.

Liquor Law Violation

9/17 – 12:35 a.m. – Gatehouse (Mount Vernon Campus) – case closed
A taxi driver dropping students off at the Mount Vernon Campus called UPD to report an extremely intoxicated female subject. The driver told UPD that the subject was having a difficult time standing up while trying to leave the taxi. UPD arrived on the scene, and following an alcohol assessment, the subject was transported to nearby Georgetown Hospital for further treatment.
Referred to SJS

Threats/Bodily Harm

9/17 – 1:55 a.m. – 21st and I streets – case closed
Two individuals who attempted to enter Lafayette Hall were denied entry when one of them, an American University student, began vomiting because of excessive alcohol consumption. After threatening the CLLC staff, he and the GW student left the building. One was later seen entering the Foggy Bottom Metro.
Referred to SJS

9/16 – 2:25 p.m. – 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue – case closed
Two male complainants eating at a restaurant in the 2000 Penn shopping center called UPD to report an unidentified male who had been following them and repeatedly asking for money, even after they declined to give him some. The complainants said the man sat down with them and threatened them in strong language. The man had previously been barred from entering the GW campus because of earlier incidents, and this ban was upheld.
Referred to outside agency

-compiled by Angel Castaner

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