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Crime Log

Drug Law Violation

9/16/11 – 12:10 a.m. Location: Off campus Case closed
U.S. Park Police officers arrested two students who were smoking marijuana.
Subjects arrested

Threat

9/13/11 – 7:50 a.m. Location: Madison Hall Case closed
University Police Department officers responded to a report from a contractor who was arguing with another contractor who then threatened her.
Subject barred

Simple Assault

9/18/11 – 3:45 a.m. Location: 500 block of 19th street Case closed
UPD responded to a report of a fight. When officers arrived on scene, a student reported that while trying to break up a fight, an unknown individual slapped him on the forehead and left the area.
No identifiable suspect

Disorderly Conduct

9/16/11 – 2:36 a.m. Location: 2000 block of F street Case closed
UPD officers responded to a report of a subject unaffiliated with GW urinating on a wall.
Subject barred

9/17/11 – 3:44 a.m. Location: 1900 block of F street Case closed
UPD officers responded to a report of a student leaning out a window and flinging a lit cigarette at a GW vehicle.
Referred for disciplinary action

Theft

9/14/11 – 2:25 to 2:30 p.m. Location: Medical Faculty Associates Case closed
A complainant unaffiliated with GW reported to UPD that he left his wallet unattended and when he returned, it was missing.
No suspects or witnesses

9/16/11 – 3 to 11:35 p.m. Location: Mount Vernon Campus Case closed
A student reported to UPD that he left his laptop in an unsecured and unattended vehicle. When he returned later, he noticed it was missing.
No suspects or witnesses

Compiled by Priya Anand

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