Crime log – intoxicated student found with D.C. traffic cone

Sexual Assault/Sexual Fondling

West Hall
10/29/2016 – Multiple
Case closed

There was no police report filed and the incident was reported to campus security authorities with limited information.

No further action.

Sexual Assault

Unknown
3/01/2017 – Unknown
Case closed

There was no police report filed and the incident was reported to campus security authorities with limited information.

No further action.

Drug Law Violation/Liquor Law Violation

Potomac House
4/07/2017 – 3:30 a.m.
Case closed

GW Housing contacted the University Police Department after housing staff conducted a room search which yielded marijuana and alcohol.

Referred to the Division of Student Affairs.

Liquor Law Violation

Potomac House
4/07/2017 – 2:01 a.m.
Case closed

UPD responded to a report of an intoxicated female student. EMeRG assessed the student and transported her to the GW Hospital emergency room for further treatment.

Referred to DSA.

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Thurston Hall
4/08/2017 – 2:03 a.m.
Case open

UPD and D.C. Fire and EMS responded to a fire alarm after an unknown subject used a fire extinguisher in a laundry room, triggering the alarm.

Open case.

Theft, Liquor Law Violation

Academic Center (Breezeway)
4/08/2017 – 3:03 a.m.
Case closed

UPD saw an intoxicated male who had a D.C. government parking cone in his possession. The student was able to successfully complete the field sobriety test and was sent on his way.

Referred to DSA.

Disorderly Conduct/Intoxication

Public Property on Campus (2300 Block of G Street NW)
4/08/2017 – 6:25 p.m.
Case closed

UPD saw an intoxicated person who was not affiliated with the University. The male subject was transported to the GW Hospital emergency room for medical attention. During the transport, the subject was combative and uncooperative with officers and EMeRG personnel and officers barred him from campus upon arrival at the hospital.

Subject barred.

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