Daily Crime Log

Georgetown College updates the Daily Crime Log within two business days and includes all crimes reported to the Georgetown College Campus Safety Department. The log is available during business hours at Georgetown College Campus Safety, 400 East College Street, Georgetown, KY 40324. A hard copy of this log can be requested in the Campus Safety office. Below is the daily crime log for incidents that have been reported during the current calendar year. You will also find archived logs for previous years by clicking on the desired year.

Archived Logs

2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015

2016 Crime and Fire Log

Classification (Nature of Crime)Date/Time of IncidentDate/Time ReportedLocationDescriptionDisposition
1Theft01/01/2016 07:4001/01/2016 10:30College AvenueTheft occurred at residence on College Avenue.Open
2Arrest: Alcohol Intoxication01/03/2016 01:0001/03/2016 01:00College Avenue, Wilson Art BuildingSubject arrested for alcohol intoxication.Closed
3Damage of Property01/18/2016 15:1501/18/2016 16:00Hambrick VillageDamage reported to an apartment’s door frame.Open
4Theft01/26/2016 between 12:00-18:0001/26/2016 20:45Hambrick VillageVideo game equipment reported stolen from unlocked apartment.Open
5Damage of PropertyDate and time unknown02/04/2016 23:20Anderson Hall Parking LotDamage reported to student’s car.Open
6Drugs Violation02/05/2016 11:3002/05/2016 16:10East Campus ApartmentsTwo students referred for disciplinary action for possessing drugs and drug paraphernalia.Judicial Referral
7Weapons Violation02/05/2016 11:3002/05/2016 16:10East Campus ApartmentsOne student referred for disciplinary action for possessing firearm and ammunition.Judicial Referral
8Drugs Violation02/05/2016 14:3002/05/2016 17:10East Campus ApartmentsThree students referred for disciplinary action for possessing drugs and drug paraphernalia.Judicial Referral
9Liquor Law Violation02/05/2016 14:3002/05/2016 17:10East Campus ApartmentsOne student referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
10Liquor Law Violation02/05/2016 22:5002/05/2016 23:37Anderson HallThree students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
11Drugs Violation02/06/2016 01:0002/06/2016 01:46Anderson HallOne student referred for disciplinary action for a drugs violation.Judicial Referral
12Liquor Law Violation02/07/2016 01:1002/07/2016 03:00Anderson HallSeven students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
13Damage of Property02/07/2016 02:4502/07/2016 21:50Anderson HallTwo water fountains found damaged on the second floor.Open
14Damage of Property02/07/2016 03:4502/07/2016 05:16Lambda Chi Alpha Residence HallDamaged caused to window in informal lobby.Closed
15Damage of Property02/09/2016 01:3502/09/2016 01:50Anderson HallCeiling tiles found damaged on the second floor hallway.Open
16Damage of Property02/09/2016 23:2602/09/2016 23:45Anderson HallOne water fountain found damaged on the second floor.Open
17Liquor Law Violation02/10/2016 14:3602/13/2016 15:21Hambrick VillageFive students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
18Damage of Property02/10/2016 20:5502/10/2016 21:07Cralle Student CenterDamage found to television outside of the cafeteria.Open
19Theft02/10/2016 time unknown02/11/2016 11:45Hambrick VillageMoney report stolen from residence hall room.Open
20Theft from Motor Vehicle02/11/2016 time unknown02/11/2016 11:45Toyota Stadium parking lotMoney reported stolen from inside locked motor vehicle.Open
21Sex Offense – Forcible02/11/2016 approximately 23:4002/13/2016 14:00Collier HallForcible sex offense reported that occurred in residence hall.Open
22Damage of PropertyDate and Time Unknown02/14/2016 11:30Anderson HallDamage reported to a water fountainOpen
23Liquor Law Violation02/20/2016 22:3002/21/2016 13:30Lambda Chi Alpha Residence HallOne student referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
24Dating Violence02/24/2016 Approximately 01:0002/24/2016 09:00Phi Kappa Tau Residence HallCampus Safety received anonymous report of potential dating violence occurring.Closed
25Damage of PropertyBetween 02/24/2016 at 22:30 and 02/25/2016 at 08:3002/25/2016 09:30Hollyhock Ave.Four vehicles found to have damage to the vehicle’s windshields.Open
26Dating ViolenceDate and Time Unknown02/26/2016 15:00East Campus Apartments.Report of dating violence occurring throughout the semester. No evidence to substantiate this claim at time of report.Closed
27Theft02/29/2016 06:0002/29/2016 17:30Phi Kappa Tau Residence HallKey ring reported missing from residence hall room.Open
28Liquor Law Violations02/26/2016 21:0003/01/2016 15:06Kappa Alpha Residence HallFour students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
29Liquor Law Violation03/01/2016 16:3003/01/2016 16:54Hambrick VillageOne student referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
30Damage of property03/01/2016 16:3003/03/2016 14:08Anderson HallDamage reported to water fountain on second floor.Closed
31Liquor Law Violation03/04/2016 17:3003/04/2016 18:21Collier HallOne student referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
32Drugs Violations03/07/2016 15:3003/07/2016 18:00East Campus ApartmentsTwos students referred for disciplinary action for drugs violations for possessing marijuana.Judicial Referral
33Motor Vehicle Theft03/07/2016 between 19:30 and 19:4503/07/2016 20:00George H.W. Bush Recreation Center Parking LotMotor vehicle reported stolen from the parking lot. Vehicle was recovered in Lexington, KY.Closed
34Drugs Violations03/10/2016 23:4503/11/2016 02:00Anderson HallFour students referred for disciplinary action for drugs violations.Judicial Referral
35Liquor Law Violations03/10/2016 23:4503/11/2016 02:00Anderson HallFour students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
36Vandalism03/18/2016 17:1903/19/2016 18:30Wilson Art BuildingGraffiti spray painted on building.Open
37Liquor Law Violations04/03/2016 00:3004/03/2016 03:57Rucker VillageThree students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
38Fire04/16/2016 23:3004/17/2016 03:27East Campus ApartmentsSmall fire was found in the mulch. Fire was extinguished. No damage or injuries occurred.Closed
39Liquor Law Violation04/23/2016 01:0004/23/2016 01:30East Campus ApartmentsOne student referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
40Damage of Property04/23/2016 02:0004/23/2016 02:30Anderson HallDamage reported to lights in the 3rd floor bathroom.Open
41Liquor Law Violations04/28/2016 22:4804/29/2016 01:00Hambrick VillageFour students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
42Damage of Property04/29/2016 20:0005/02/2016 09:30Hollyhock LaneDamage reported to student’s vehicle windshield.Open
43Drugs Violations04/30/2016 01:1004/30/2016 20:00Anderson Hall Parking LotThree students referred for disciplinary action for drugs violations.Judicial Referral
44Liquor Law Violation05/06/2016 11:0005/06/2016 16:16East Campus ApartmentsOne student referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
45Liquor Law Violations05/11/2016 15:0005/11/2016 15:14Anderson HallTwo students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
46Suspicious Activity06/02/2016 20:0006/07/2016 08:44Near Jackson and Hamilton StreetsReport of a suspicious person in the neighborhood, looking in windows of homes.Open
47Drugs Violations06/03/2016 20:4506/03/2016 23:46Knight HallOne students referred for disciplinary action for drugs violation.Judicial Referral
48Burglary06/08/2016 15:4506/09/2016 01:23Asher Science CenterComputer and equipment reported stolen.Open
49Damage of Property06/09/2016 12:4006/10/2016 08:23Nunnelley Music BuildingDamage reported to office door.Open
50Damage of Property06/16/2016 12:3906/16/2016 00:58Flowers HallDamage reported to Resident Director apartment door.Closed
51BurglaryBetween 08/03/2016 at 17:00 and 08/05/2016 at 09:0008/05/2016 11:50Cooke Memorial Hall12 textbooks reported stolen from faculty member’s locked office.Open
52Trespassing08/07/2016 00:0008/08/2016 09:54George H.W. Bush Rec Center8 individuals were found trespassing.Closed
53Liquor Law Violation08/27/2016 22:4508/28/2016 03:32East Campus Apartment Building 45 students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
54Liquor Law Violation08/28/2016 00:2008/28/2016 00:33President’s House Association Residence Hall2 students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
55Drugs Violation08/28/2016 00:2008/28/2016 00:33President’s House Association Residence Hall2 students referred for disciplinary action for drugs violations.Judicial Referral
56Liquor Law Violations09/02/2016 16:4809/02/2016 17:24Flowers HallTwo students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
57Liquor Law Violations09/02/2016 22:0009/03/2016 00:10Anderson HallTwo students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
58Drugs Violations09/02/2016 22:0009/03/2016 00:10Anderson HallTwo students referred for disciplinary action for drugs violations.Judicial Referral
59Weapons: Shots Fired09/05/2016 approximately 04:2109/05/2016 12:24Hambrick Village ApartmentsMultiple shots were fired at apartment doors.Open
60Damage of Property09/10/2016 21:3009/11/2016 21:31Lambda Chi Alpha Residence HallDamage found to window and door at the front of the building. The damage appeared to have been caused by a brick.Open
61Liquor Law Violation09/10/2016 23:3009/11/2016 01:02Allen HallOne student referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violationJudicial Referral
62Liquor Law Violations09/11/2016 03:0009/11/2016 03:45Anderson HallTwo students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
63Simple Assault09/12/2016 23:0009/12/2016 23:57Anderson HallPhysical altercation between two students – one was struck in the face.Closed/
64TheftBetween 09/14/2016 and 09/15/2016 Time Unknown10/11/2016George H.W. Bush Recreation Center/td>Speaker reported missing from the fitness room.Open
65Unauthorized Entry09/20/2016 23:0009/21/2016 01:00Maintenance BuildingUnknown subject gained entry to area by climbing through the fence.Open
66Liquor Law Violations09/27/2016 22:0009/28/2016 00:07Anderson HallFour students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
67Damage of Property10/02/2016 04:0010/02/2016 22:44East Campus Apartments Building 4Damage to apartment window caused by a thrown baseball.Closed
68Liquor Law Violation10/07/2016 22:4510/07/2016 23:02Rucker VillageStudent referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
69Liquor Law Violation10/08/2016 22:3010/09/2016 00:24Lambda Chi Alpha Residence HallStudent referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
70Arrest: Liquor Law Violation10/08/2016 22:3010/09/2016 03:45Baseball StadiumArrest made for alcohol intoxication.Closed
71Liquor Law Violation10/09/2016 00:3610/09/2016 16:30East Campus Apartments Building 3Student referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
72Liquor Law Violation10/09/2016 01:0010/09/2016 01:35Pi Kappa Alpha Residence HallStudent referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
73Liquor Law Violation10/09/2016 02:1510/09/2016 00:24Lambda Chi Alpha Residence HallStudent referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violation.Judicial Referral
74Burglary10/10/2016 Between 10:00 and 12:4210/10/2016 12:50East Campus Apartments Building 1Money and jewelry reported stolen from locked room.Open
75Burglary10/13/2016 15:1510/13/2016 15:40Hambrick VillageMoney reported stolen from inside apartment room.Open
76Damage of Property10/13/2016 15:1510/13/2016 15:40Hambrick VillageDoor frame of apartment’s front door, as well as three bedrooms, found damaged.Open
77Damage of Property10/14/2016 Time Unknown10/14/2016 16:00Parking Lot at the corner of Military Ave. and Jackson St.Key scratch found on student’s car.Open
78Damage of Property10/19/2016 21:3010/19/2016 22:30Georgetown Baptist Church Parking LotDamage found to vehicle caused by another vehicle.Open
79Burglary10/18/2016 18:3010/18/2016 19:00Alumni GymUnknown suspect gained entry to the locked concession stand and removed products.Open
80Liquor Law Violations10/22/2016 00:4810/22/2016 01:44Anderson HallThree students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.
81Damage of Property10/24/2016 13:3510/24/2016 13:45Anderson HallMultiple ceiling tiles found damaged in hallway.Open
82Theft10/29/2016 Between 19:00-20:0010/30/2016 11:45East Campus Apartments Building 4Money, electronics, and clothes reported stolen from student’s room.Open
83Theft10/30/2016 Time Unknown10/30/2016 01:44East Campus Apartments Building 4Electronics and clothes reported stolen from student’s room.Open
84Damage of Property10/30/2016 16:3010/30/2016 16:30Anderson HallDoor knob to residence hall room damaged.Open
85Liquor Law and Drugs Violation10/30/2016 17:0010/31/2016 21:19Anderson HallTwo students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law and drugs violations.Judicial Referral
86Fire10/31/2016 21:0011/01/2016 10:04Anderson HallFire alarm activated due to students’ use of e-cigarette in residence hall room.Closed
87Sex Offense – Forcible11/02/2016 20:1511/02/2016 21:30Knight HallUnidentified male subject was seen fondling himself through his clothes.Open
88Trespassing – Unauthorized Entry11/02/2016 20:1511/02/2016 21:30Knight HallUnidentified male subject gained unauthorized entry to the hall through a propped door.Open
89Drugs Violations11/02/2016 22:5011/03/2016 01:12Anderson HallTwo students referred for disciplinary action for drugs violations.Judicial Referral
90Liquor Law Violations11/03/2016 15:0911/04/2016 09:44East Campus Apartments Building 3Three students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.Judicial Referral
91Drugs Violations11/03/2016 15:0911/04/2016 09:44East Campus Apartments Building 3Four students referred for disciplinary action for drugs violations.Judicial Referral
92Damage of Property11/05/2016 02:4511/05/2016 03:51East Campus – Football Practice FieldDamage caused to football practice field by vehicle being driven on the field.Closed
93Liquor Law Violations11/06/2016 00:5711/06/2016 04:37Anderson HallTwo students referred for disciplinary action for liquor law violations.
94Simple Assault11/06/2016 00:5911/06/2016 03:16Hambrick VillageTwo students involved in a physical altercation. One student struck another in the head.Closed
95Drugs Violation11/07/2016 20:1111/10/2016 09:00Anderson HallStudent referred for disciplinary action for drugs violation.Judicial Referral
96Theft11/07/2016 21:0011/07/2016 21:30George H.W. Bush Recreation CenterMoney reported stolen from personal bag.Open
97Theft from Motor Vehicle and Damage of Property11/08/2016 10:5011/08/2016 11:15Anderson Hall East Parking LotWindow of student’s vehicle found broken. Money and personal items were reported stolen from inside the vehicle.
98Damage of Property11/12/2016 00:4511/14/2016 08:55Pierce HallDoor frame of room damaged due to student kicking door.Closed
99Drugs Violation11/12/2016 22:1011/12/2016 23:04Anderson HallFour students referred for disciplinary action for drugs violations.Judicial Referral
100Theft from Motor Vehicle11/15/2016 05:3611/15/2016 14:00Hambrick Village Parking LotWallet containing money and credit card reported stolen from inside a student’s vehicle.Open
101Damage of Property11/18/2016 11:0011/18/2016 13:30Anderson HallMultiple ceiling tiles found broken on the third floor hallway.Open
102Theft11/23/2016 09:3011/23/2016 10:00East Campus ApartmentsFolding chairs belonging to the College were found in the back of a student’s truck.Closed
103Damage of Property/Vandalism11/27/2016 22:0011/27/2016 22:30Knight HallBathroom on the first floor was found to have been vandalized. Shower curtains and rounds were damaged.Open
104Arrest: Drugs Violation11/29/2016 22:0011/30/2016 01:00Parking Lot at corner of Jackson St. and Military Ave.Arrest made due to subject possessing illegal drugs.Closed
105Damage of Property12/03/2016 02:3012/03/2016 05:00East Campus Apartments Building 3Damage found to apartment door.Closed
106Simple Assault12/03/2016 21:0012/03/2016 21:00Anderson HallPhysical altercation between two individuals.Open
107Damage of Property12/04/2016 Time Unknown12/04/2016 00:25Lambda Chi Alpha Residence HallDamage caused to Christmas lights and grass due to vehicle driving through grass.Closed
107Damage of Property12/04/2016 01:0012/04/2016 04:15Lambda Chi Alpha Residence HallTwo windows were found damaged – one on the second floor; one in the lobby.Open

 

Definitions of Crimes

The following are definitions of crimes under The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) and are included in this report. These definitions come from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “Uniform Crime Reporting” (UCR).  

  1. Murder & Non-Negligent Manslaughter — The willful killing of one human being by another.
  2. Negligent Manslaughter — The killing of another person through gross negligence.
  3. Robbery — The taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence and/or by putting the victim in fear.
  4. Aggravated Assault — An unlawful attack by one person upon another for the purpose of inflicting severe or aggravated bodily injury. This type of assault usually is accompanied by the use of a weapon or by means likely to produce death or great bodily harm. (It is not necessary that injury result from an aggravated assault when a gun, knife, or other weapon is used which could, and probably would, result in serious personal injury if the crime were successfully completed.)
  5. Burglary — The unlawful entry of a structure to commit a felony or a theft. For reporting purposes this definition includes: unlawful entry with intent to commit a larceny or felony; breaking and entering with intent to commit a larceny; housebreaking; safecracking; and all attempts to commit any of the aforementioned.
  6. Motor Vehicle Theft — The theft or attempted theft of a motor vehicle. (Classify as motor vehicle theft all cases where automobiles are taken by persons not having lawful access even though the vehicles are later abandoned, including joyriding.)
  7. Arson — Any willful or malicious burning or attempt to burn, with or without intent to defraud, a dwelling house, public building, motor vehicle or aircraft, personal property of another, etc.
  8. Arrests for Weapon Law Violations — The violation of laws or ordinances dealing with weapon offenses, regulatory in nature, such as: manufacture, sale, or possession of deadly weapons; carrying deadly weapons, concealed or openly; furnishing deadly weapons to minors; aliens possessing deadly weapons; and all attempts to commit any of the aforementioned.
  9. Arrests for Drug Abuse Violations — Violations of State and local laws relating to the unlawful possession, sale, use, growing, manufacturing, and making of narcotic drugs. The relevant substances include: opium or cocaine and their derivatives (morphine, heroin, codeine); marijuana; synthetic narcotics and dangerous nonnarcotic drugs
  10. Arrests for Liquor Law Violations — The violation of laws or ordinances prohibiting: the manufacture, sale, transporting, furnishing, possessing of intoxicating liquor; maintaining unlawful drinking places; bootlegging; operating a still; furnishing liquor to a minor or intemperate person; using a vehicle for illegal transportation of liquor; drinking on a train or public conveyance; and all attempts to commit any of the aforementioned. (Drunkenness & driving under the influence are not included in this definition.)
  11. Disciplinary Referrals for Weapon Law Violations
  12. Disciplinary Referrals for Drug Abuse Violations
  13. Disciplinary Referrals for Liquor Law Violations
  14. Hate Crimes
  15. Sex Offenses
    1. Forcible — Any sexual act directed against another person, forcibly and/or against that person’s will; or not forcibly or against the person’s will where the victim is incapable of giving consent. ii.
    2. Nonforcible — Unlawful, nonforcible sexual intercourse.
      1.  Incest.  Nonforcible sexual intercourse between persons who are related to each other within the degrees wherein marriage is prohibited by law.
      2. Statutory Rape.  Nonforcible sexual intercourse with a person who is under the statutory age of consent.[1]
  16. Domestic Violence — Felony or misdemeanor crimes of violence committed —
    1. By a current or former spouse or intimate partner of the victim;
    2. By a person whom the victim shares a child in common;
    3. By a person who is cohabitating with or has cohabitated with the victim as a spouse or intimate partner;
    4. By a person similarly situated to a spouse of the victim under the domestic violence laws of the jurisdiction in which the crime of violence occurred; or
    5. By any other person against an adult or youth victim who is protected from the person’s acts under the domestic or family violence laws of the jurisdiction in which the crime of violence occurred.
  17. Dating Violence — Violence committed by a person —
    1. Who is or has been in a social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature with the victim and
    2. The existence of such a relationship shall be based on the reporting party’s statement and with consideration of the length of the relationship, the type of relationship, and the frequency of interaction between the persons involved in the relationship.

For the purposes of this definition —

  1. Dating violence includes, but is not limited to, sexual or physical abuse or the threat of such abuse.
  2. Dating violence does not include acts covered under the definition of domestic violence.

18. Stalking — Engaging in a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to —

  1. Fear for the person’s safety or the safety of others; or
  2. Suffer substantial emotional distress.

For the purposes of this definition —

  1. Course of conduct means two or more acts, including, but not limited to, acts with the stalker directly, indirectly, or through third parties, by any action, method, device, or means follows, observes, serveils, threatens, or communicates to or about, a person, or interferes with a person’s property.
  2. Substantial emotional distress means significant mental suffering or anguish that may, but does not necessarily, require medical or professional treatment of counseling.
  3. Reasonable persons means a reasonable person under similar circumstances and with similar identities to the victim.

    [1] 34 C.F.R. Part 668, Appendix E to Part 668.47.