Crime Log

Simple Assault

2/1/09 – 7:00 p.m. – 2142 Pennsylvania Ave. – open case

A University staff member said a known individual assaulted him in the Froggy Bottom Pub. He said he had asked the individual, who works in the area, to remove his food from the pool table, but the individual became very angry and assaulted him.

Disorderly Conduct

/7/09 – 11:41 p.m. – 1959 E Street – case closed

University Police officers responded to a call of an individual climbing up the side of the residence hall. When the officers arrived, the individual was on a second floor ledge. The officers ordered him to come down and he complied. Subject barred from campus

Attempted Robbery

2/8/09 – 1:05 a.m. – Off Campus – case closed

An unknown individual approached a female student on 19th and I streets and demanded her purse. She screamed and the male suspect ran away. Off-campus incident

Drug Law Violation

2/8/09 – 9:40 p.m. – Potomac House – case closed

While on patrol in the residence hall, an officer noticed a suspicious odor. The officer contacted the community director and the director performed an administrative search. The search yielded 3.7 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Referred to Student Judicial Services

Liquor Law Violation

2/6/09 – 3:45 a.m. – Thurston Hall – case closed

UPD received an anonymous call about an intoxicated student. The student was assessed and it was determined that he needed further medical attention. He was transported to the GW Hospital. Referred to SJS

2/8/09 – 2:02 a.m. – Marvin Center – case closed

While on patrol, an officer observed a male not affiliated with the University vomiting on the steps of the Marvin Center. The individual refused medical treatment and was under 21. Subject barred from campus

Theft

2/2/09 – Old Main – case closed

A flag was stolen from a flagpole outside the building. No suspects or witnesses

2/4/09 – Off Campus – case closed

A male student reported that he left his jacket on the couch of a nightclub. When he went to leave, he realized that his jacket was stolen. No suspects or witnesses

2/5/09 – New Hall – case closed

A male student indicated that he had a Super Bowl party with about 30 attendees. After the party, he noticed that his wallet was missing. No suspects or witnesses

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