Student arrested after kicking, shattering District House glass door

The University Police Department arrested a student Friday after he kicked an entrance door of District House and shattered the glass, according to police documents.

Security footage showed the student kicking the door of the I Street entrance to the building and leaving the area, according to the police report.

UPD responded to reports of damaged property shortly after 11:30 p.m., the report states.

The male student was found walking along 21st Street, and officers approached him in front of the Media and Public Affairs Building. He said he kicked the door and that “he was upset that his girlfriend would not talk to him after an argument” they had previously, the report reads.

The student was arrested for destruction of property at 11:55 p.m. and the Metropolitan Police Department was then informed of the incident, according to the documents.

The student was then transported to the Second District Police Station for processing.

The student was named in the police documents, but was not listed as having been charged with a crime on the D.C. Courts website.

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