Crime Log

Lewd Acts

9/13/07 – University Mall – 4 p.m. – case closed

University Police Department officers received a report of a suspicious individual touching his genitals next to the Foggy Bottom Metro stop. Officers responded and interviewed the man, who was sitting on a park bench. The individual claimed he was merely scratching his genitals. He was determined to be unaffiliated with University.
Subject barred from campus

Threats

9/13/07 – off campus – 6:45 p.m. – case closed

Two female students in the same academic class got into a verbal dispute outside of a UPD facility in Arlington, Va. One of the individuals verbally threatened the other.
Referred to Student Judicial Services

Liquor Law Violation

9/13/07 – 2200 Block of I Street – 11:53 p.m. – case closed

A UPD officer on patrol observed a female student vomiting on the sidewalk. EMeRG arrived on the scene and provided medical care. The student was assessed and transported to GW Hospital for further attention.
Referred to SJS

9/14/07 – Thurston Hall – 12:48 a.m. – case closed

UPD officers observed a male student enter Thurston Hall having difficulty walking correctly. He was determined to be underage. Officers assessed his condition in the lobby, and he was then transported to GW Hospital for further treatment.
Referred to SJS

9/14/07 – 700 Block of 23rd Street – 1:20 a.m. – case closed

UPD officers observed a male individual on the street who was having difficulty walking. He was intoxicated. The individual fell to the ground, and officers assisted him. EMeRG responded as well as the D.C. Fire Department. The individual, who was unaffiliated with the University, was transported to a local detoxification center by the Metropolitan Police Department.
Referred to outside agency

9/14/07 – 1900 Block of F Street – 2:18 a.m. – case closed

UPD officers responded to a call of an intoxicated male standing outside Thurston Hall. Officers determined he was underage. They contacted EMeRG, and the individual was transported to GW Hospital.
Referred to SJS

9/13/07 – Thurston Hall – 10:30 p.m. – case closed

Four underage students, one female and three males, were assessed by UPD officers. They did not need further medical attention.
Referred to SJS

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