A quick look at some Foggy Bottom crime during the first part of the summer:
A female non-student summer resident was found off campus by a Metropolitan Police Department officer on June 6, according to a University Police Chief Dolores Stafford. The resident was under the influence of alcohol, was not wearing shoes, and did not have any belongings. She told police the last thing she remembered was drinking in the VIP section of an off-campus nightclub and was unsure whether or not she had been sexually assaulted. She was transported to the Washington Hospital Center.
A female non-student summer resident of Strong Hall was arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute on June 10 after a Health and Safety inspection resulted in the discovery of drug paraphernalia. A GW employee conducted an administrative search and discovered a medium-sized green smoking pipe, a small purple, green and white smoking pipe, a small orange smoking pipe, a silver metal grinder, a scale, more than three hundred dollars in cash, two white cigarettes containing a green substance, and three clear plastic bags containing approximately 46 grams of marijuana.
A female student was arrested in Guthridge Hall on May 13 for possession of marijuana and mushrooms. UPD officers responded to a report of a suspicious odor and discovered the resident and a male guest in the room. The community director performed an administrative search and discovered “burned down roaches,” 10.5 grams of mushrooms and 1.8 grams of marijuana, according to court documents.
A man was arrested May 4 at GW Hospital for unlawful entry, according to court documents. Hospital staff reported that the man said he refused to leave the hospital due to what he referred to as a civil dispute. Though the man was reportedly asked to leave, he instead verbally abused employees and laid down on the floor. A security officer for the hospital handcuffed the man, placed him in a wheelchair and transported him to the security office, where he was verbally argumentative, according to court documents. After being informed that a barring notice against him had been filed, the man said he was going to sit down in peaceful resistance and would have to be arrested to leave the location. He was then arrested by MPD.
A man was arrested in May for assaulting a co-worker at their office at 2112 F St. NW. According to court documents, the man allegedly entered the victim’s office and stared at her. The victim then told the man she had been trying to get in contact with a client but he had not been returning her calls. The man replied, “he won’t call you back because he knows you won’t give me any pussy,” according to court documents. He then grabbed her throat and said, “Why don’t you just give me the pussy.” The victim lifted her foot to his face to block him and he grabbed her ankle, extended it in the air and then exited the office.
A woman was arrested May 18 for assaulting and threatening a 52-year-old woman and a 72-year-old woman in front at 801 New Hampshure Ave. NW, according to court documents. The arrested woman allegedly approached the 52-year-old, grabbed her hair and accused her of stealing her glasses. The alleged attacker then began to scratch her in the face and punch her in the head. According to the court documents, the 72-year-old attempted to intervene but was hit in the left arm and left side of the face. The arrested woman then fled the scene, but a doorman at the Doubletree Hotel was able to point her out to MPD officers.