• A female student observed a female non-student urinate in the third floor Heitz Hall drying machine Sept. 27 at 5:51 p.m. The student reported seeing the non-student go into a dorm room. The room belonged to the non-student’s older sister.
When officers arrived, both women admitted to drinking on the 1500 block of Barker Ave. The younger sister registered a BAC level of .162 and was issued a drinking ticket. Because the visiting female was a minor, police called the parents. The student’s sister is banned from all Bradley property.
• Officers were dispatched to the Markin Center Sept. 25 at 5:15 p.m. when a male non-student used his girlfriend’s ID card to get into Markin.
Officers confiscated the ID and returned it to the female student. The male was banned from all Bradley property.
• Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block of Ayers Ave. Sept. 26 at 2:14 a.m. after witnesses reported seeing two men carrying an unconscious, intoxicated female student to a black car.
Police tracked the car to the 1400 block of Fredonia Avenue where they found the female passed out on a couch. After several attempts to wake her, officers called paramedics. She was later taken to OSF Hospital.
• Officers found an intoxicated non-student female passed out Sept. 27 at 1:41 a.m. on the corner of Bourland Ave. and Windom Ave.
She was too intoxicated to answer questions. Paramedics were called to evaluate the female, and she was later taken to Methodist Hospital.
• A female student notified Bradley police and resident hall staff of a suspicious male non-student walking in Harper Hall Sept. 28 at 5:13 a.m.
The female told police she saw the male sitting on the third floor. He then started talking to her and followed her down the stairs asking for a kiss.
When officers arrived, they asked the male to take a breathalyzer test. The male had a BAC level of .091 and admitted to being a male student’s guest.
The male host was warned to be responsible for his friends, while the non-student male was banned from all Bradley property.
• When on patrol, officers noticed a lawn littered with plastic cups on the 1600 block of Bradley Ave. Sept. 27 at 4 p.m. Through the front window police, could see a male student passed out on the ground.
Officers tried to wake the student but called paramedics for further evaluation. Although he had a BAC level of .258, the male signed a refusal of treatment form. No tickets were issued.