Crime log

Theft

2200 G Street NW
9/15/15 – 9 a.m. – 6:45 p.m.
Open case

A student reported that his bicycle was stolen from a bike rack in front of Funger Hall. University Police Department officers determined the wire lock had been cut.

– Ongoing investigation

Simple Assault

Marvin Center
9/14/15 – 10 a.m.
Case closed

A female student reported that another female student pushed her into a wall. They had previous issues with each other.

– Referred for disciplinary action

Theft

Science and Engineering Hall
9/17/15 – 10 -10:30 p.m.
Case closed

A contractor reported that two laptops were missing from an office.

– No suspects or witnesses

Disorderly Conduct / Threats

Gelman Library
9/18/15 – 11:13 p.m.
Case closed

UPD responded to the report of a visitor acting disorderly. He was stopped and barred from the University’s campus. The subject then threatened the officer.

– Subject barred

Drug Law Violation

Lisner Auditorium
9/19/15 – 12:50 a.m.
Case closed

UPD officers observed two non-affiliated individuals smoking marijuana on the steps of Lisner Auditorium.

– Subjects barred

Drug Law Violation

Mount Vernon Campus
9/19/15 – 10 p.m.
Case closed

UPD officers on patrol smelled burning marijuana coming from the wooded area near the Hand Chapel on the Mount Vernon Campus. Students were searched and UPD confiscated marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

– Referred for disciplinary action

Disorderly Conduct

Science and Engineering Hall
9/20/15 – 9 a.m.
Case closed

UPD observed an unaffiliated man urinating off the loading dock of the Science and Engineering Hall.

– Subject barred

Simple Assault / Disorderly Conduct / Liquor Law Violation

2100 F Street NW
9/20/15 – 12:32 a.m.
Case closed

UPD observed a student drinking in public and behaving disorderly. The student was transported to GW Hospital by EMeRG. The student assaulted a nurse attempting to restrain him. There were no serious injuries.

– Referred for disciplinary action

– Compiled by Sam Eppler.

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