Crime Log

Attempted Threats

10/31/09 – Ivory Tower – Multiple times – Case closed

A female employee in the food court reported to University police that a male subject, unaffiliated with GW, had been harassing her and other employees on a consistent basis, asking for free food. UPD officers identified the individual and barred him from campus. Subject barred from campus

Burglary

11/1/09 – Somers Hall (MVC) – Time unknown – Case closed

Two complainants told UPD that they had left a window to their room slightly open. When they returned they found footprints near the window, indicating that someone had come in the room through the open window. Nothing appeared to be missing, but Facilities was contacted to repair the window mechanism preventing the window from locking. No suspects or witnesses

Disorderly Conduct

11/01/09 – JBKO Hall – 1:39 a.m. – Case closed

A UPD officer on patrol heard a loud noise, and when he went to investigate he found a TV set had been thrown out of a window. The officer was unable to determine which room the TV had come from, but believes it was thrown from JBKO. No suspects or witnesses

11/01/09 – Fulbright Hall – 3:18 a.m. – Case closed

UPD officers responded to a person stuck in an elevator, along with D.C. Fire/EMS who assisted in opening the elevator. While interviewing the male individual who had been stuck, officers determined that he had been drinking and was underage. The subject became belligerent and began to curse at officers and was argumentative. He was transported to GW Hospital after being assessed. Referred to SJS

Harassment

11/01/09 – Thurston Hall – 2 a.m. – Case open

A male complainant reported to UPD that he had left his room in Thurston and when he came back he found empty pizza boxes in front of the door to his room. Someone had also written on his white board, “Fucking Pizza Bitch.” Open case

Liquor Law Violation

11/01/09 – Mitchell Hall (7-Eleven) – 12:34 a.m. – Case closed

UPD officers observed a male individual who was believed to be intoxicated enter 7-Eleven. The officers then saw the subject throwing up and they contacted EMeRG to transport the individual to GW Hospital. Referred to SJS

11/01/09 – Thurston Hall – 1:25 a.m. – Case closed

Officers observed two individuals who were having trouble swiping a GWorld card try to enter Thurston. The male was a guest of the female individual and was unaffiliated with GW. After assessing both individuals, officers had the female individual transported by EMeRG to GW Hospital. Referred to SJS

11/01/09 – Outside Thurston Hall – 1:10 a.m. – Case closed

UPD officers on patrol were approached by a witness who said his friend was sick. Officers found the female individual vomiting outside Thurston. After her condition was assessed, she was transported to GW Hospital. Referred to SJS

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