Crime log: Intoxicated female becomes disorderly on the Vern

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

International House
1/6/2018 – Unknown
Case closed

While on patrol, a University Police Department officer observed graffiti resembling a character or cartoon drawing on the redirected mailbox located on the first floor of International House.

–No suspects or witnesses

Disorderly Conduct/Intoxication

West Hall
1/6/2018 – 11:39 p.m.
Case Closed

UPD responded to a report of an intoxicated female not affiliated with the University. EMeRG evaluated the individual, who became disorderly and uncooperative. D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services paramedics transported the subject to MedStar Georgetown University Hospital for treatment. The Metropolitan Police Department was also notified.

– Referred to DSA

Attempted Burglary and Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Academic Center
1/9/2018 – Unknown
Case Closed

A staff member called UPD to report that someone damaged the front door to a second floor office in an attempt to gain entry.

– No suspects or witnesses

Public Drunkenness and Unlawful Entry

Shenkman Hall
1/9/2018 – 10:33 a.m.
Case Closed

UPD responded to a report of an intoxicated individual unaffiliated with the University sleeping in the food court area. The subject, who had been previously barred from campus, was evaluated by D.C. FEMS and issued an updated barring notice. The individual was transported to GW Hospital for further treatment.

– Subject barred

Disorderly Conduct

Shenkman Hall
1/9/2018 – 11:30 a.m.
Case Closed

While on patrol, UPD observed a previously barred male not affiliated with the University attempting to enter the Shenkman Hall food court. The subject became disorderly and uncooperative when UPD asked him to leave. He was issued an updated barring notice and escorted out of the residence hall.

– Subject barred

Assault with a Dangerous Weapon

Public Property on Campus (2300 Block of I Street, N.W.)
1/9/2018 – 7:37 p.m.
Case Closed

UPD and MPD responded to a report of a shooting near GW Hospital. One victim was admitted to GW hospital for treatment. The male suspect fled toward 23rd Street NW and was not found.

– Referred to MPD
– Compiled by Brooke Migdon.

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