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Crime log: Subject barred after shoplifting at bookstore
By Max Porter, Contributing News Editor • February 26, 2024

Crime Log

Breaking and Entering – Vending

2/12 – 2028 G St. NW

Destruction of Property

2/11 – Thurston Hall
No suspects or witnesses Closed

Disorderly Conduct

2/06 – Health and Wellness Center
At 7:30 p.m., a Wellness Center employee asked two students to leave the basketball court because their tennis shoes were scuffing the floor. They realized their fault, but verbally abused the employee.
Referred to SJS Closed

2/08 – Hall on Virginia Avenue
At 2:15 a.m., two male roommates had an altercation in the entrance to the HOVA lobby. One male was angry because his roommate had left beer cans in the room while health and safety inspections were being conducted, and they argued over who would take responsibility for the violation.
Referred to SJS Closed

2/08 – Rice Hall
A female was in the registrar’s office requesting transcripts when she became angry that she couldn’t get the number of transcripts she wanted. She left and returned, becoming loud and verbally abusive to the employees, who called UPD.
Referred to SJS Closed

2/08 – Building W
Referred to department Closed

Drug Law Violations

2/09 – International House
Referred to SJS Closed


2/06-07 – Academic Center

2/08 – Thurston Hall

2/11-12/02 – Funger Hall

Simple Assault

2/07 – Marvin Center
A bookstore employee shoved another employee during a work-related argument at 2:40 p.m.
Subject barred Closed

2/07 – Thurston Hall
At 7 p.m., an argument took place between two male roommates in Thurston. One grabbed the other by the neck and arm. The argument was over tickets to a GW event.
Referred to SJS Closed

Soliciting without permit

2/09 – Wellness Center
An unknown person or persons placed unauthorized flyers advertising “The Bikini Shop” on cars in the Wellness Center parking lot. The shop was contacted and told to stop advertising on campus.

Unlawful Entry

2/10 – Thurston Hall
A female student awoke between 4 and 4:30 a.m. to find two unknown males standing in her room. They told her that they were visiting GW from New York and that the room they were supposed to be staying in smelled like vomit. Both subjects smelled like alcohol. She told them to leave, and they did.

-compiled by Ross Rapoport

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