Sexual assault in Georgetown echoes previous crimes
The Georgetown University Department of Public Safety received a report from the Metropolitan Police Department on Sunday about a woman who was sexually assaulted in her home on the 3800 block of S Street NW. Though the victim is not a Georgetown student, the crime has the same M.O. as a series of similar crimes which have taken place on the campus and around the university -- a man breaking into a residence, assaulting a woman, then fleeing the scene.
Of course, what this means is we get to play another round of "Just How Inappropriate is it to Dub The Perpetrator of a Sex Crime A 'Cuddler'?"
[Continue reading this piece by Aaron Morrissey of DCist.com here.]
| August 30, 2010; 1:06 PM ET
Categories: D.C., Local blog network, crime
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