• Peoria Police and Bradley University Police responded to a reported robbery at the intersection of Frink Street and Russell Street at 5:07 p.m. Saturday.
The victim, a male non-student, stated he had been drinking with a friend at a nearby residence when an unknown male stopped and said something to the effect of, “You’ve been messing with my momma.”
He approached the two males and punched the complainant in the mouth. While the victim was on the ground, the unknown male stole his wallet and cell phone.
The victim was highly intoxicated at the time of reporting the incident and struggled to provide information.
• Dormitory staff of the Student Apartment Complex reported a room drug search to police at 11:37 p.m. Saturday.
The dormitory staff members said they smelled marijuana, and they subsequently searched the room where the odor was coming from.
Because the room was empty at the time, the staff members only performed a visual search but were able to confiscate a small package that later tested positive for cannabis.
• Police responded to a report of criminal damage to property at 12:50 a.m. Sunday.
A male student complained that an unknown person had damaged the letter “E” of a building located on the 1500 block of W. Fredonia Avenue.
• Officers responded to a complaint of a telephone threat at 5:52 p.m. Nov 11. The complainant, a female student, reported receiving a phone call from an unknown person who threatened her while in her residence at 1307 W. Bradley Ave.
The phone number was blocked on the victim’s phone.
• Police received a report of battery at 11:30 p.m., Nov. 12 outside of a residence on the 1600 block of W. Fredonia Avenue.
A male student was reportedly attempting to prevent his friends, two other male students, from fighting with each other when he was hit by one of his friends.
• Officers received a report of assault and threatening phone messages at 1:17 a.m. Nov. 12.
A group of males were knocking on the doors of a residence located on the 1700 block of Fredonia Avenue and were alarming the occupants. The complainants also reported receiving threatening messages on their phones.
All of the males involved were students. No prosecution was desired.
• Police responded to a report of panhandling at 4:42 p.m. Nov. 13.
A male has asking people for money along the 1300 block of Moss Avenue.
The suspect, a non-student, was released with a verbal warning.