Campus Crime Watch: Pizza car theft, DUI, burglary

View Campus Crime Watch: November 2 – November 10 in a larger map In addition to the latest burglary and attempted burglary in Village A, this week saw a pair of bizarre automobile-related incidents: A pizza car hijacking… Read More

Public Safety Alert: Med-Dent Building burgled twice

Yesterday, the Department of Public Safety was notified that small amounts of cash were stolen from two offices in the Medical-Dental building on separate occasions. According to a public safety alert, an employee noticed that $60 was missing… Read More

Burglar enters dorm room through window, steals laptop

4 p.m. update: The burglary occurred in Village A, according to a Public Safety Alert. The student entered his apartment at approximately 9 p.m. and discovered “his apartment had been burglarized and his laptop stolen.” reads the alert…. Read More

Former GU Hospital employee pleas guilty to stealing $86,286

Yesterday, WUSA9 reported that a former Georgetown Hospital employee pled guilty to stealing tens of thousands of dollars from a non-profit based in the hospital. Frankie Renee Kennedy, a Maryland resident, stole $86,286 from the Georgetown Transplant Institute… Read More

University announces security changes following burglaries

The Department of Public Safety and the Metropolitan Police Department are stepping up their presence near Village A following the rash of burglaries over the past few weeks in the area. In an email sent on Friday to… Read More

“Inadvertent human error” caused Harbin fire alarm malfunction

The failure of Harbin Hall’s audible fire alarm system was caused by “inadvertent human error,” according to Chief Administrative Officer Spiros Dimolitsas. “A technician failed to properly reset the system after conducting a monthly test of a fire… Read More

Campus Crime Watch: Burglary, fraud, defacement, and theft

View Campus Crime Watch: October 27 – November 1 in a larger map With the latest attempted Village A burglary in mind, Vox wants to remind everybody to lock their doors. Also, two incidences of fraud also occurred… Read More

Public Safety Alert: Forced burglary attempt in Village A

At approximately 1:30 a.m. this morning, a female student was walking back to her Village A apartment when an unidentified suspect attempted to force his way into the residence. According to a Public Safety Alert, the suspect “followed… Read More

Public Safety Alert: Student robbed on 36th Street

At 12:25 a.m. on October 31, a female student reported to Metropolitan Police Department that she was robbed by an unknown suspect on the 1200 block of 36th Street. According to a Public Safety Alert, the student was… Read More

Public Safety Alert: Attempted burglary in Village A

7:15 p.m. update: According to an email sent to Village A residents by Area Coordinate Cory Peterson, the Office of Residence Life and the Department of Public Safety will host a town hall meeting in the Village A… Read More