Crime log: Male student verbally assaults staff member

Threats to do Bodily Harm

Thurston Hall
2/28/2020 – 4:49 p.m.
Closed Case

A male student reported that his roommate verbally threatened him during a dispute.

– Referred to the Division of Student Affairs.

Public Drunkenness

Public Property On Campus (700 block of 23rd Street)
3/1/2020 – 3:23 a.m.
Closed Case

GW Police Department officers responded to a report of an intoxicated female student on campus. D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services arrived on scene and transported the student to the GW Hospital emergency room for medical treatment.

– Referred to DSA.

Harassment (Verbal or Written), Disorderly Conduct

Marvin Center
3/2/2020 – 9:10 a.m.
Closed Case

GWPD responded to a report of a female student being verbally harassed by an unknown man. Officers who arrived on scene did not locate the suspect. GWPD received a report that the suspect had entered the women’s restroom. Officers escorted the subject from the restroom and issued him a warning bar notice.

– Subject barred.

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

International House
Multiple – Unknown
Open Case

A male student reported that his paper door decorations were destroyed.

– Case opened.

Robbery Pick Pocket, Credit Card Fraud

2200 Pennsylvania Ave. (Whole Foods)
3/3/2020 – 7:45 p.m.
Open Case

A female student reported her wallet stolen from her coat pocket and that multiple fraudulent charges were posted to her credit card.

– Case open.

Harassment (Verbal or Written)

International House
Multiple – Multiple
Open Case

A male staff member reported that a male student banged on his door and called him derogatory names.

– Case open.

Threats to do Bodily Harm

Shenkman Hall (Food Court)
3/4/2020 – 12:07 p.m.
Closed Case

A man unaffiliated with GW reported that a second subject unaffiliated with GW verbally threatened him. The suspect fled the scene.

– No identifiable suspect.

Theft II/From Building

Science and Engineering Hall
Unknown – Unknown
Closed Case

A student reported her notebook was stolen.

– No suspects or witnesses.

– Compiled by Kateryna Stepanenko.

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