Crime log: Fireworks found in Thurston Hall room

Theft II/From Building

2/14/2018
Unknown – Unknown
Science and Engineering Hall
Case Closed

A faculty member reported to the University Police Department that two textbooks were stolen from a shelf inside his office. There were no forced entry marks. He reported seeing the books before winter break and noticed they were missing Feb. 13.

–No suspects or witnesses.

Disorderly Conduct

2/15/2018 – 11:18 p.m.
University Mall
Case Closed

UPD responded to a report of an unknown male subject throwing bottles at pedestrians. Officers searched the surrounding area but did not find the individual.

–No suspects or witnesses.

Liquor Law Violation

2/17/2018 – 2:44 a.m.
Mount Vernon Campus, Campus Property
Case Closed

UPD responded to a report of an intoxicated male unaffiliated with the University. EMeRG assessed the subject and transported to him to the GW Hospital emergency room for medical treatment.

–No further action.

Sexual Assault

2/17/2018 – 3 a.m.
Unknown
Case Closed

An individual reported a sexual assault to a campus security authority. No police report was filed.

–No further action.

Drug Law Violation, Fireworks (Possession/ Discharge)

2/18/2018 – 3:56 p.m.
Thurston Hall
Case Closed

While on patrol, a UPD officer detected a suspicious odor. GW Housing conducted an administrative search of a residence hall, which yielded drugs, drug paraphernalia and fireworks.

–Referred to Division of Student Affairs.

Public Drunkenness

02/18/2018 – 4:58 a.m.
South Hall
Case Closed

UPD officers responded to a report of an intoxicated student. EMeRG assessed the male subject and transported him to the GW Hospital emergency room for medical treatment.

–Referred to DSA.

Theft I/ Bicycles

2/19/2018 – 5:59 a.m.
Public Property on Campus (2100 Block of I Street, N.W.)
Case Closed

A student reported that his bicycle was stolen from the bike rack on the I Street side of District House.

–No identifiable suspects.
–Compiled by Brooke Mignon.

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