Crime log: Desktop computers stolen from Mount Vernon Campus

Theft II/ From Building

Stockton Hall
5/29/2018 – 8:50 a.m.
Closed Case

An alumnus reported to the GW Police Department that his lunchbox and two glass containers were stolen from an office refrigerator.

– No suspects or witnesses.

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Mitchell Hall
Unknown – Unknown
Closed Case

A GWPD officer on patrol in Mitchell Hall observed several broken ceiling tiles.

– No suspects or witnesses.

Fraud First Degree/Fraud/Harassing Phone Calls

Off Campus
Multiple – Multiple
Closed Case

A male student reported to GWPD that he was the victim of a fraudulent wire transfer to a bank account and received several harassing phone calls.

– Off campus incident.

Public Drunkenness

Thurston Hall
6/3/2018 – 2:33 a.m.
Closed Case

GWPD responded to a report of an intoxicated female in her mid-20s in the first-floor lobby area of Thurston Hall. D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services assessed the subject – who was unaffiliated with the University – and her friend, a summer housing intern, and escorted her out of the building.

– No further action.


Elliott School of International Affairs
Multiple – Multiple
Closed Case

GWPD received a report from a female student that she was harassed and stalked by another female student.

– Referred to Title IX.

Theft I/From Building

Academic Center at the Mount Vernon Campus
Unknown – Unknown

A staff member reported to GWPD that two desktop computers were stolen from a second-floor computer lab. The Metropolitan Police Department was notified and issued a case number.

– No suspects or witnesses.

Disorderly Conduct

Arlington Campus
Multiple – Multiple
Open Case

GWPD received a report that a non-GW student attending GW-sponsored classes wouldn’t leave the building after it was closed, despite staff members’ requests.

– Open case.

Theft I/Other

Marvin Center garage
Multiple – Multiple
Open case

A staff member reported a series of thefts in the Marvin Center to GWPD.

– Open Case.
– Compiled by Dani Grace.

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