Crime Log

Burglary

1/30/09 – 2:10 a.m. – Ivory Tower – case closed

A female resident noticed that her purse was missing from her living room area in the residence hall. Although the door was not open, it was unlocked. No suspects or witnesses

Disorderly conduct

1/29/09 – 9:25 a.m. – 2100 Pennsylvania Ave. – case closed

University Police Department officers found an alumna in Rice Hall acting disorderly. She then walked to the Office of General Counsel where she demanded to see the General Counsel and continued acting in a disorderly manner. Subject barred from campus

Drug law violation

1/28/09 – 5:20 p.m. – Potomac House – case closed

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious odor in the residence hall. When questioned, the female resident relinquished several items. The community director was called, and an administrative search yielded 3.2 grams of marijuana, alcohol and prescription drugs. Referred to Student Judicial Services

Liquor law violation

1/31/09 – 3:13 a.m. – Somers Hall – case closed

Officers found a female student going in and out of consciousness. UPD notified D.C. Fire and Emergency Services who treated the student. Referred to SJS

1/31/09 – 5:49 a.m. – Thurston Hall – case closed

UPD received a complaint that a student was banging on the door of another resident’s room. The female student, who was intoxicated, had mistaken the room for her own. She was transported to the GW Hospital. Referred to SJS

1/31/09 – 11:45 p.m. – Ivory Tower – case closed

UPD officers found a male student unconscious in the men’s room of the food court. He was transported to the GW Hospital. Referred to SJS

Theft

1/27/09 – 2:10 p.m. – off campus – case closed

An individual reported that his wallet went missing after eating at a restaurant off campus. After reviewing surveillance footage, the restaurant manager stated that someone had taken the man’s wallet from his pocket. Off-campus incident

Threats

1/29/09 – West End Apartments – case closed

A male student reported that his roommate was threatening him. Referred to SJS

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