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By Hannah Marr, News Editor • June 21, 2024

MPD officers arrest prospective student for throwing hot coffee

Metro Police Department officers arrested a female for domestic violence at the Elliott School building Friday morning.

Jack Daniel Licoln, 25, reported that the female who was arrested “threw hot coffee” at him after they had an argument at the location, according to Metropolitan Police Department arrest documents. He is a resident of Southeast D.C., according to the documents.

University Police Department Detective Matthew Robinson said in a meeting with The Hatchet that the male who reported the crime was dating the person arrested. They were both prospective students, he said.

The police documents did not name the female who was arrested.

MPD officers Fernando Suriel and Antonial Atkins arrested the woman at about 10:30 a.m., according to the report.

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