Crime Log

Unlawful Entry

9/23 – Gelman Library – 6:10 p.m. – case closed
UPD officers responded to a call from Gelman Library about a disorderly individual. Upon arrival, officers found the subject wandering around the Gelman Starbucks screaming and yelling at customers. Officers determined the male had previously been barred from campus, and they arrested him. He was sent to the Metropolitan Police Department’s Second District station for processing.
Referred to MPD

Disorderly Conduct

9/24 – Thurston Hall – 7:27 p.m. – case closed
A complainant reported that students were throwing cups full of an unspecified sauce out of a window. UPD officers identified the window the objects were thrown from and found four individuals in the room. One student admitted to throwing the objects out the window.
Referred to SJS

Drug Law Violation

9/22 – Mitchell Hall – 1:00 p.m. – case closed
The University Police Department responded to a call from a concerned parent who wanted police to check on her son because he was unreachable. UPD and Housing Programs officials arrived at the student’s room and smelled a suspicious odor. After searching the room, a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found in the room of three individuals.
Referred to SJS

Liquor Law Violation

9/24 – 1900 block of E Street – 3:53 a.m. – case closed
An individual unaffiliated with the University called UPD when he was unable to get a student out of his car at 1900 E St. after giving him a ride home from another part of Northwest D.C. When UPD arrived, the subject was unconscious due to the amount of alcohol he had consumed. EMeRG and D.C. Fire were contacted, and the subject was transported to GW Hospital for further medical treatment.
Referred to SJS

9/24 – Hall on Virginia Avenue – 2:35 a.m. – case closed
UPD responded to multiple panic alarm activations in the HOVA garage. When officers arrived, they found a male student in the parking garage who they believe activated the alarms. The student said he was having a party in the HOVA garage with 10 friends. Officers did not see any other individuals in the area. The student was underage and acted consistent with someone under the influence of alcohol or some other substance.
Referred to SJS

-compiled by Ashley Roberts

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