Crime log – Man exposes himself and grabs female student

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Flagg Building
5/24/2017 – 5:22 p.m.
Case closed

A male staff member reported to the University Police Department that a male student damaged the floor while working on his art project.

Referred to the Division of Student Affairs.

Hit and Run

Public Property on Campus (2200 Block of H Street NW)
5/25/2017 – Unknown
Case closed

A female staff member reported to UPD that her vehicle’s left side and side mirror was damaged by another vehicle while it was parked on the street. The Metropolitan Police Department was notified and reported to the scene.

No suspects or witnesses.

Simple Assault/Indecent Exposure

Public Property on Campus (2400 Block of I Street NW)
5/25/2017 – 11:40 p.m.
Case closed

A female student reported to UPD and MPD that she was walking home and was grabbed from behind by a man. The student also told officers that the subject’s pants and underwear were pulled down below his waist, exposing himself to her.

Referred to MPD.

Theft II/From Building

Duques Hall
Unknown – Unknown
Case closed

A male contractor reported to UPD that a projector was missing from a classroom. The building staff had removed the projector from the classroom to be serviced.

Unfounded.

Sexual Assault

Off Campus
12/10/2016 – 1 a.m.
Case closed

The assault was reported to a campus security authority. No police report was filed.

No further action.

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Academic Center
Unknown – Unknown
Case closed

A male student reported to UPD that a key lockbox inside a classroom was damaged.

No suspects or witnesses.

Theft II/Other

Public Property on Campus (2200 Block of F Street NW)
5/20/2017 – 10 a.m.
Case closed

An individual not affiliated with the University visiting for graduation reported to UPD that he left his digital camera outside the Smith Center, and when he returned to the area, the camera was missing.

No suspects or witnesses.

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

605 22nd St. NW
Unknown – Unknown
Case closed

A housekeeper reported to a staff member that there was a massive hole in the dry wall inside a bedroom in the Kappa Alpha fraternity house. The staff member reported it to UPD and police responded to the location.

No suspects or witnesses.
Compiled by Justine Coleman.

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