Campus Crime Watch: MPD gets iced


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This week, amidst the public urination and thefts reported, a student seems to have misunderstood what it means to ice someone.

Thursday, January 27

(NO CRIMES REPORTED)

Friday, January 28

12:25 AM – PUBLIC URINATION (3300 Prospect Street, NW). MPD arrested a suspect for public urination.

12:45 AM – PUBLIC URINATION (3300 Prospect Street, NW). MPD arrested a suspect for public urination.

2:15 AM – PUBLIC URINATION (3300 Prospect Street, NW). MPD arrested a suspect for public urination.

5:42 PM – THEFT (Leo’s). An unknown person stole an unattended laptop computer. No suspects or witnesses have been identified.

7:26 PM – THEFT (Harbin Patio). A tire was stolen from a secured bicycle. No suspects or witnesses have been identified.

8:15 PM – THEFT (Reynolds). An unknown person stole an unsecured watch which was placed on top of the bathroom sink. No suspects or witnesses have been identified.

Saturday, January 29

1:13 AM – DRUG VIOLATION (LXR Courtyard). While patrolling, DPS smelled what appeared to be marijuana and observed two students smoking marijuana. The students fled upon officer’s arrival and threw the marijuana on the ground. The drugs were confiscated and tested positive for marijuana.

1:37 AM – DEFACEMENT (3500 Prospect Street, NW). A student threw a piece of ice at an MPD cruiser damaging the rear window. The student was identified. MPD will take out a warrant against the student.

Sunday, January 30

1:50 AM – ASSAULT (3400 Prospect Street, NW). As a student crossed the street, he was approached by an unknown male who got out of his vehicle and hit the student in the face, resulting in injuries. The unknown male got in his vehicle and left in an unknown direction of travel.

2:26 AM – DEFACEMENT (Kennedy). A non-Georgetown student broke a gate arm in front of the residence hall. The student’s parents were notified.

Sources: DPS Daily Crime Log [PDF], Metropolitan Police Department

3 Comments on “Campus Crime Watch: MPD gets iced

  1. Wait, when they say ‘tested positive for marijuana’, how do they decide which DPS officer gets to conduct the test?

  2. Left unsaid is what we all know from observing DOPS officers: if you run away, they’re not going to catch you.

  3. If by testing they mean true lab testing, we need to fire somebody for wasting money. That’s ridculous – no one caught, no chance of identifying them, why would anybody bother to test – budgets must be cut to get rid of the fat.

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