Crime log

Destruction of Property

Somers Hall
1/19/2017 – Unknown
Case closed

GW staff reported graffiti on one of the walls inside the building.

– No suspects or witnesses.

Possession of Drugs

Thurston Hall
1/19/2017 – 11:45 p.m. to 1:45 a.m.
Case closed

A University Police Department officer smelled burning marijuana during a fire evacuation, and housing was contacted. An administrative search was completed in the person’s room, which uncovered drugs and drug paraphernalia.

– Referred to the Division of Student Affairs.

Liquor Law Violation

Shenkman Hall
1/19/2017 – 11:43 p.m. to 1:42 a.m.
Case closed

UPD officers responded to a dispute between a male and female student and saw that they both had consumed alcohol. Both subjects, who were underage, were medically assessed and allowed to return to their rooms.

– Referred to DSA.

Destruction of Property

Building JJ
1/21/2017 – Unknown
Case open

UPD responded to property damage during a routine sweep of the building. The officer saw that one of the conduits on the ceiling had been broken.

– Open case.

Public Drunkenness

Public Property on Campus (2300 block of H Street)
1/21/2017 – 6:57 to 7:35 p.m.
Case closed

UPD officers responded to a report of an intoxicated man on H Street, who wasn’t affiliated with the University. The subject was barred and sent on his way. There was no need for EMeRG assessment.

– Barred from GW property.

Possession of Drugs

Madison Hall
1/22/2017 – 11:53 p.m.
Case closed

UPD responded to a report of a suspicious odor in Madison Hall. Housing was contacted, a search was completed and marijuana was found. The evidence was processed by UPD.

– Referred to DSA.

Unlawful Entry

Shenkman Hall
1/22/2017 – 10:58 to 11:31 a.m.
Case closed

While on patrol UPD observed a male subject who had been previously barred. UPD arrested the subject, and he was transported to the Metropolitan Police Department’s Second District station for processing.

– Closed by arrest.
– Compiled by James Levinson

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