Crime log

Unlawful Entry

Milken Institute School of Public Health (Park)
9/02/15 — 10:45 p.m.
Case closed

A University Police Department officer recognized a man sitting on a bench as a person who was recently barred from GW property. Metropolitan Police Department responded and subject was transported to the 2nd District Police Station.

— Subject arrested

Attempted Theft

Amsterdam Hall
9/03/15 — 12:49 a.m.
Case closed

A UPD officer on patrol observed a man hunched over a bike rack in front of Amsterdam Hall. The officer stopped the man after he observed him placing wire cutters in his pocket. MPD responded to the scene.

— Subject barred

Liquor Law Violation

1900 Block of E Street
9/04/15 — 3:30 a.m.
Case closed

A UPD officer encountered a female student without shoes in front of the CVS on Virginia Avenue. A CVS employee advised that she had been inside the store and appeared to be intoxicated. EMeRG responded and transported the subject to GW Hospital.

— Referred or disciplinary action

Hit and Run

Funger/Duquès Garage
9/04/15 — 1:15 p.m.
Open case

A staff member reported to UPD that there was damage to her car’s passenger side door after parking her vehicle in the lower level of the garage.

— No suspects or witnesses

Drug and Liquor Law Violation

Thurston Hall
9/05/15 — 2:06 a.m.
Case closed

UPD responded to a housing staff administrative search which yielded marijuana residue, drug paraphernalia and alcohol. One person who is unaffiliated with Gw was barred from campus.

— Referred for disciplinary action

Textile Museum
9/05/15 — 2:25 p.m.
Case closed

A staff member reported to UPD that three neckties were taken from the museum’s gift shop.

— No suspects or witnesses

Drug Law Violation

University Yard
9/05/15 — 5 p.m.
Case closed

UPD observed marijuana residue and drug paraphernalia during a routine bag check upon entering Fall Fest.

— Referred for disciplinary action


Multiple times and dates
Case closed

An individual who was not affiliated with the University reported she had received several unwanted calls and messages from someone who she thought was a GW student.

— No suspects or witnesses

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