Crime log: Man spotted urinating in University Yard

Threats to do Bodily Harm

Public Property On Campus (2100 Block of G Street)
9/26/2020 – 11:45 a.m.
Open Case

A male student reported that an unknown male subject threatened to beat him at the intersection before leaving in his vehicle. GW Police Department officers canvassed the areas with negative findings.

– Case open.

Theft II/From Building

Mitchell Hall (7-Eleven)
9/26/2020 – 12:02 p.m.
Open Case

GWPD officers responded to a report of theft in 7-Eleven. Upon arrival, officers contacted a female complainant who reported that two unknown men stole a case of water and a bag of ice. Officers canvassed the area with negative findings.

– Case open.

Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Public Property On Campus (900 Block of 23rd Street)
9/26/2020 – 8:38 p.m.
Closed Case

GWPD officers responded to a report of a trash can fire. When officers arrived at the scene, D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services responders had already extinguished the fire. Officials later discovered that the fire was set intentionally by an unknown subject. Shortly after, GWPD officers arrested a male subject. Metropolitan Police Department officers arrived on scene and transported the subject to the Second District police station.

– Subject arrested.

Simple Assault (Domestic Violence), Destruction of Property/Vandalism

Off Campus
Unknown – Unknown
Closed Case

A female faculty member reported that a female student had her laptop destroyed and might be experiencing domestic violence. The faculty member stated the student did not want to file a police report.

– Referred to the Title IX Office.

Urinating or Defecating in Public

University Yard
9/28/2020 – 3:06 p.m.
Open Case

An anonymous female complainant reported that an unknown male subject had exposed his genitals and urinated in public.

– Case open.

Theft II/From Building

The Shops at 2000 Penn (CVS Pharmacy)
10/3/2020 – 4:45 p.m.
Open Case

A female complainant reported that an unknown suspect entered the store, grabbed two bottles of dish soap and two bottles of Febreze off the shelf and placed the items in a bag. The suspect then left the store without paying and fled in an unknown direction.

– Case open.

– Compiled by Kateryna Stepaneko.

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