An Eagle’s Nest manager reported an acquaintance of another employee was continually calling and showing up at the establishment to contact the employee. Other employees have been bothered by the acquaintance’s attempts to contact the employee. The manager requested the acquaintance be barred from campus if he returns.
The Department of Public Safety responded to the 5200 block of Wisconsin Avenue, NW, to assist the Metropolitan Police Department with two students. MPD stated the two students were seen carrying orange cones, which they picked up at that location and were attempting to bring to the campus. MPD stopped the students. Both presented identification. Student #2 ran prior to MPD contacting DPS. Student #1 was transported to the campus. At approximately 2:30 a.m., Student #2 walked into DPS and advised the two students began drinking at Chevy Chase. No arrests were made. The Office of Student Conduct will be notified of the incident.
A University Center employee reported having discovered ten letters (W-A-S-H-I-N-G-T-D-C) missing from a sign in the elevator lobby area of Mary Graydon Center.
A University Center employee reported discovering six chairs missing from the first-floor common area of the first floor of MGC.
DPS responded to a report of a sick person on the North side of campus near Kogod School of Business. The individual signed a medical refusal form.
DPS responded to a report of a sick person at the North side shuttle stop. The individual had vomited on a shuttle bus. The individual was conscious and coherent. The individual stated he consumed beer at an undisclosed location and got sick while riding the bus back to campus. He signed a medical refusal form.
DPS responded to a fire alarm in the first-floor stairwell of Roper Hall. The building was evacuated. No sign of smoke or fire was present. Facilities Management responded to the scene. Facilities Management advised it was due to a malfunction. The alarm was reset.
A student discovered speakers missing from his residence hall room in Letts Hall. They were recovered later.
An injured person and a friend came to the Department of Public Safety and reported an injury. The injury had occurred Sept. 10 on Jacobs Field. The injured person signed a medical refusal form.
A student reported a laptop computer missing from her secured room in Anderson Hall. The computer contained no personal information. The Metropolitan Police Department initiated a report.
DPS responded to an injured person on Reeves Field. The individual signed a medical refusal form.
DPS responded to Nebraska Avenue for a report of two individuals carrying a construction sign. DPS found two students carrying a construction sign on the 4100 block of Nebraska Avenue. Student #2 initially stated he was not a student at AU. Both students stated they found the sign on the street, not near a construction site, and attempted to board an AU shuttle bus with it. The shuttle driver indicated he was told a construction worker gave the sign to the students to keep. The students were instructed to take the sign back to a construction site at Wilson High School.
DPS responded to a report of a medical emergency in McDowell Hall. A student was in and out of consciousness. A resident assistant reported the student began drinking at 9:30 p.m., drank three shots of alcohol prior to leaving campus, attended a party off campus and consumed 2 1/2 cups of “Jungle Juice.” The D.C. Fire Department transported the student to the hospital.
DPS responded to a report of an unconscious student in the third-floor restroom of Congressional Hall. Upon arrival, the student was covered in vomit. The student was able to answer questions. The student indicated he drank six shots of vodka between 1 a.m. and his return to the residence hall. A witness discovered him in the restroom and reported it to the resident assistants. A resident director responded and determined the individual was capable of staying in the residence hall.
An employee reported discovering an AU vehicle vandalized while it was parked near his residence in Northwest D.C. A driver’s window was shattered. Rocks were found inside the vehicle. He was advised to file a report with MPD.
DPS and Recreational Sports & Fitness staff responded to a report of an injured person in the Sports Center. The individual refused a DCFD evaluation and transport.
A bicycle was taken from a bike rack in the tunnel. The bicycle was reported to have been secured to the bike rack with a U-shaped lock.
DPS responded to a report of burning mulch outside of Anderson Hall. It appeared to have been caused by a cigarette. DPS extinguished it with water. Grounds was notified.
A latch to a door lockset was discovered missing in Katzen Arts Center. Nothing was missing from inside the room.
DPS responded to a report of a stuck elevator in the School of International Service building. DCFD and Facilities Management were notified. The door to the elevator opened on its own, allowing the individuals to exit. No injuries were reported.
DPS and DCFD responded to a report of an injured person outside of MGC. The individual signed a medical refusal form.
DPS responded to a report of an intoxicated person in Letts Hall. Reportedly, the individual was found in a men’s restroom vomiting. The individual stated he had been drinking vodka in his room since 11:30 p.m. DCFD transported him to the hospital.
DCFD transported a sick individual from the Letts/Anderson Quad to the hospital.
An unattended and unsecured laptop computer and books were taken from the third-floor lounge of Anderson Hall.
DPS responded to a report of a sick person in the Sports Center. The individual signed a medical refusal form.
The driver of a vehicle yelled and used profanity when DPS advised him he could not drive past bollards to enter the north side of the Letts/Anderson Quad. Then he initially did not comply with requests to provide identification. He was barred from AU property and escorted off campus.