University of Maryland Police responded to reports of a stolen motor vehicle, a sex offense, disorderly conduct and trespassing over the past 8 days, according to police reports.

Recovered stolen motor vehicle

On April 13 at 9:50 p.m., University Police responded to the 4300 block of Knox Road to recover a stolen motor vehicle, according to police reports. At about 9:50 p.m., a silver sedan passed by one of the automated license plate readers on campus, which indicated the car had been reported as stolen, police spokesperson Sgt. Rosanne Hoaas said. It was reported on April 7 by the Hagerstown Police Department.

An officer located the car at 10:28 p.m., Hoaas said. She confirmed that three men were inside the vehicle and all three were arrested.

The men arrested were identified as Gabriel Agenne Asong, 19, from College Park; Jalen Eugene Oliver, 22, from Takoma Park; and Marquez Jamil Washington, 19, from an unknown state. Each was charged with motor vehicle theft, unlawful taking of automobiles and theft of $1,500 to $25,000. Washington was additionally charged with the possession of dangerous non-narcotics.

Sex offense

On April 13 at 6:17 a.m., University Police responded to Leonardtown Hall for a sex offense, according to police reports. Hoaas said the offense occurred at 4:25 a.m., and both parties involved knew each other.

This case is closed by exception, as the reporting person did not want to pursue the matter further, Hoaas confirmed.

Disorderly conduct

On April 13 at 3:13 p.m., police responded to Hornbake Library for a report of disorderly conduct, according to police reports. An officer found a male with what appeared to be two sword handles sticking out of his backpack, Hoaas said. Upon further investigation, the officer found two plastic swords inside the backpack. The male had no affiliation with the university and was issued a denial of access to the library.

This case is closed by exception.


On April 14 at 11:27 p.m., University Police responded to a report of trespassing at Maryland Stadium, according to police reports. Police staff at the Security Operations Center reported people inside the stadium, Hoaas said. The officer on scene found three males, all of whom were referred to the Office of Student Conduct, Hoaas said.

On April 15 at 1:34 a.m., police responded to another trespassing report at Maryland Stadium. Police staff at the Security Operations Center reported more people in the stadium, Hoaas said. The officer found four males, and all of them were referred to the Office of Student Conduct.

Both cases are closed by exception.