Crime Log

Liquor Law Violation

10/23 – City Hall – 4:40 a.m. – case closed
University Police received a call about an intoxicated female passed out on the eighth floor of the dormitory, but by the time officers arrived she had left the scene. She was later located on the ninth floor, and when officers and EMeRG assessed her, they determined she was intoxicated. She was transported to GW Hospital for treatment.
Referred to Student Judicial Services

Disorderly Conduct

10/23 – Thurston Hall – 4:40 a.m. – case closed
UPD received a call about beer cans being thrown from a window on the dormitory’s sixth floor. Officers responded to the room they suspected of throwing the cans, and found cans of the same brand as those that were thrown outside. The seven subjects in the room admitted to throwing the cans.
Referred to SJS

Assault

10/23 – 2100 block of H Street – 2:30 a.m. – case closed
A UPD officer on patrol observed a male violently pulling a female from a taxi cab on the H Street side of the Marvin Center. Upon investigating the situation more closely, the officer determined that both individuals had been drinking and were over the legal drinking age. The male was arrested on charges of assault and transported to Metropolitan Police’s second district headquarters. Neither the man nor the woman were GW students.
Subject arrested

Burglary

10/22 – Munson Hall – 9:30 a.m. – open case
A female woke up in her dorm room to find an unidentified male suspect in the room with her. As soon as the suspect became aware that she was awake, he fled the scene. The female student said that her wallet was missing. Several of the credit cards in her wallet were used off campus.

Theft

10/21 – 800 block of 21st Street – 6:30 p.m. – case closed
UPD received a call from a student reporting a theft from her car parked near the Marvin Center. The female said she parked the car, and when she came back later she found the doors unlocked and approximately $300 worth of books to be missing. The following morning, someone reported that the books had been found in bushes near the T.G.I. Friday’s restaurant on I Street.

-compiled by Angel Castaner

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