Crime Log

Attempted Burglary

1/14/09 – Academic Building – case closed

An employee reported to the University Police Department that in the first two weeks of December, they observed that a projector in the Academic Building was loose. It was apparent that someone tried to steal it.

Drug Law Violation

1/18/09 – 12:45 a.m. – Munson Hall – case closed

UPD officers responded to a call of a suspicious odor. The officers identified the smell as marijuana coming from a room with five students and called the community director. The director performed an administrative search and found three grams of marijuana along with various paraphernalia. Referred to Student Judicial Services

Liquor Law Violation

1/16/09 – 12:12 a.m. – Woodhull House – case closed

An officer observed an individual in the lobby who was intoxicated. He was older than 21, but said he had too much to drink and was vomiting. EMeRG transported him to the GW Hospital. Referred to SJS

1/17/09 – 12:50 a.m. – Public property on campus – case closed

Officers witnessed a female student stumbling across campus and stopped her to assess her condition. EMeRG transported her to the GW Hospital. Referred to SJS

Simple Assault

1/13/09 – 11:55 p.m. – Ivory Tower – open case

A male bumped into a female student who was walking into Ivory Tower. He then started yelling at her. Although the complainant provided a description of the male to UPD, officers could not locate the suspect.

1/16/09 – 6:45 p.m. – Public property on campus – case closed

A male student reported that he was assaulted on the corner of 24th and G streets. He told officers that was punched in the chest many times by an unidentified male. No identifiable subjects

Threats

1/18/09 – 5:35 p.m. – Ivory Tower – case closed

A female student reported to UPD that two females, who were unaffiliated with the University, threatened her while she was in line to get food. Subjects barred from campus

Unlawful Entry

1/19/09 – 5:34 a.m. – JBKO – case closed

Officers found two individuals sleeping in the lobby of JBKO. They identified the individuals, who said that they had gotten separated from their friend and had fallen asleep. When the officers asked about the friend the individuals couldn’t give any information. Subjects barred from campus

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