There was a spate of vehicle break-ins on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1, in Georgetown, according to the Second District of the Metropolitan Police Department. Most notably, there were at least 15 smash-and-grabs on the east side of Georgetown. Lt. John Knutsen of MPD presented the crime report at the Feb. 2 ANC meeting (the officer said that even his car had been broken into recently). Commissioner Ed Solomon said of the thieves: “They are there, constantly roaming.”
? 3600 block, S Street NW: sexual assault, Jan. 21.
? 3000 block, Dent Place NW: theft, Jan. 20.
? 2900 block, Dumbarton Street NW: theft from vehicle, Jan. 26.
? 3000 block, M Street NW: theft, Jan. 22, Jan. 27.
? 3100 block, M Street NW: theft, Jan. 21.
? 3200 block, M Street NW: theft, Jan. 22, Jan. ? 23, Jan. 24, Jan. 25, Jan. 26, Jan. 27.
? 2900 block, N Street NW: theft, Jan. 21.
? 3100 block, N Street NW: theft, Jan. 26.
? 3600 block, O Street: theft, Jan. 21, Jan. 23.
? 3207 O St. NW (sidewalk): assault with dangerous weapon, 10:30 p.m., Jan. 22. Suspect arrested; complainant refused medical treatment.
? 1738 to 1899 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW (grocery, supermarket): shoplifting, 9 a.m., Jan. 23.
? 1000 to 1003 block of Thomas Jefferson Street NW (customer area): theft 2nd degree, overnight, Jan. 23.
? 3200 to 3277 block of M Street NW (customer area): theft 2nd degree, 7:29 p.m., Jan. 23.
Potomac and Prospect Streets NW: robbery, Jan. 24.