Crime log: MPD arrests man sleeping in Marvin Center

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Dakota Garage
Unknown – Unknown
Closed Case

GW Police Department officers responded to a report that the door to a small room inside the garage was off its hinges and some LED lights were shattered.

– No suspects or witnesses.

Theft II/From Building

Shenkman Hall (Gallery Market)
11/4/2019 – 11:05 p.m.
Open Case

A contractor reported that he saw a male Potbelly employee steal property from Gallery Market.

– Case open.

Theft II/From Building

Academic Center
Unknown – Unknown
Open Case

A male staff member reported to GWPD that someone stole a book from an art exhibit in the building.

– Case open.

Unlawful Entry

University Mall
11/8/2019 – 12:58 a.m.
Closed Case

GWPD officers observed a previously barred male individual looking at bikes on the bike rack located on the side of Ross Hall. Officers stopped the subject and issued him a barring notice.

– Subject barred.

Liquor Law Violation/Drug Law Violation

Somers Hall
11/9/2019 – 1:06 a.m.
Closed Case

GWPD officers responded to Somers Hall for a report of an intoxicated male student. EMeRG workers arrived on scene, conducted a medical assessment and allowed the student to stay in his room. The student reported to the EMeRG workers that he smoked marijuana earlier in the day.

– Referred to the Office of Enrollment and the Student Experience.

Unlawful Entry

Marvin Center
11/11/2019 – Noon
Closed Case

GWPD responded to a previously barred male subject asleep on the first floor of the Marvin Center. GWPD officers arrested him and updated his bar notice. Metropolitan Police Department responded to the scene, placed the subject under arrest and transported him to the Second District police station.

– Subject arrested.

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Public Property On Campus (2100 F St.)
Unknown – Unknown
Open Case

A male staff member reported that someone scratched his car door handle and indented the driver’s side door.

– Case open.

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Philip Amsterdam Hall
Multiple – Multiple
Open Case

A female staff member reported that someone tore down parts of her dry-erase board.

– Case open.

Compiled by Kateryna Stepanenko.

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