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By Hannah Marr, News Editor • June 21, 2024

Crime Log

Attempted Theft

2/2/11 – 10 p.m. Location: Ross Hall loading dock Case closed

University Police responded to a report of a subject unaffiliated with GW taking items out of the dumpster located on the Ross Hall loading dock.
Subject barred from campus


Burglary

2/3/11 – Time unknownLocation: Somers HallCase closed

A student reported to UPD that she left her room unlocked and later noticed that her digital camera was missing. UPD’s investigations located the digital camera she had left in Gelman Library, which was turned in to lost and found.
Recovered property


Liquor Law Violation

2/5/11 – 5:10 a.m. Location: Potomac House Case closed

UPD officers observed an intoxicated subject unaffiliated with GW in the lobby of Potomac House. The subject was assessed and transported to GW Hospital.
Subject barred from campus


Theft

2/5/11 – Time unknown Location: JBKO Hall Case closed

A student reported to UPD that he gave another student several cases of soda. The student had not been able to contact the subject since the incident. The complainant afterward stated that the cases of soda were later returned to him.
Referred to Student Judicial Services


Disorderly Conduct

2/6/11 – 8:20 p.m. Location: Public property on campus Case closed

UPD responded to a report of an intoxicated subject unaffiliated with GW who was previously barred from campus. The subject attempted to throw his beer can at officers and refused to cooperate. The subject was arrested and transported to the Metropolitan Police Department.
Closed by arrest


Drug Law Violation

2/6/11 – 6:45 p.m. Location: Thurston Hall Case closed

UPD responded to a report of suspicious activity. When officers made contact with the residence hall room, they smelled an odor consistent with marijuana. GW Housing Programs staff conducted an administrative search that yielded marijuana residue, drug paraphernalia and alcohol.
Referred to SJS


False Fire Alarm

2/6/11 – 12:28 a.m. Location: Marvin Center Case closed

UPD responded to multiple pulled fire alarms on the first and ground floor of the Marvin Center, but found no signs of smoke or fire.
No identifiable suspects
Compiled by Sydney Green

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