Crime log: Staff member targeted through fraudulent phone calls

Theft II/From Motor Vehicle, Unlawful Entry of a Motor Vehicle

Fire Department: Engine 23 (Rear of Engine 23)
Unknown – Unknown
Case Open

A non-GW affiliated male reported his laptop stolen from his vehicle while parked at the fire station. There were no signs of forcible entry into the vehicle.

– Open case.

Robbery Purse Snatch/Larceny

Off Campus
4/30/2020 – 8:00 p.m.
Closed Case

A male staff member reported his GWorld stolen while he was walking off campus.

– Off-campus incident.

Theft II/From Building

Smith Center
Unknown – Unknown
Open Case

A female staff member reported that a small amount of cash was stolen from an office inside the Smith Center.

– Open case.

Theft II/Bicycles

Public Property On Campus (900 Block of 23rd Street)
Unknown – Unknown
Closed Case

A male staff member reported his bicycle stolen.

– No suspects or witnesses.

Drug Law Violation

Amsterdam Hall
5/11/2020 – 3:34 p.m.
Closed Case

GW Police Department officers responded to Amsterdam Hall where an area coordinator found a small amount of marijuana in a male student’s room. The officers collected the marijuana and brought it to the Academic Center.

– Referred to the Division for Student Affairs.

Drug Law Violation

Amsterdam Hall
5/11/2020 – 6:09 p.m.
Closed Case

GWPD officers responded to Amsterdam Hall where an area coordinator found a bong in a male student’s room. The officers collected the bong and brought it to the Academic Center.

– Referred to DSA.

Drug Law Violation

Amsterdam Hall
5/12/2020 – 12:27 p.m.
Closed Case

GWPD officers responded to Amsterdam Hall where an area coordinator found a bong and a pipe in a male student’s room. The officers collected the contraband and brought the items to the Academic Center.

– Referred to DSA.

Fraud 2D

Research Place (Virginia Science and Technology Campus)
Multiple – Multiple
Open Case

A female staff member reported being the victim of an attempted fraud involving a series of phone calls.

– Case open.
– Composed by Kateryna Stepanenko.

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