• Officers pulled over a car near St. Joseph’s Cemetery at 8:40 p.m. March 3.
The car had a male non-student driver and female non-student passenger.
Officers said the car smelled like burnt marijuana. Both passengers were handcuffed and searched, but no illegal substances were found.
When officers searched the car, they found four white pills in a phone case, which were later determined to be narcotic pain-relievers.
The male also turned over a pipe and a bag of marijuana. He was later released to his father, and the female was released to her mother. No citations were issued.
• Officers were dispatched to Markin Recreational Center when a former male student tried to use his frozen ID to gain entry at 5:31 p.m. Feb. 27.
When front desk employees turned the male away, he later returned with a friend’s ID and tried to get in.
Officers issued a ticket for criminal trespass.
• Officers were dispatched to the 1500 block of Fredonia Ave. at 8:20 p.m. Feb. 26.
A male resident said an unknown person shot a paintball gun at his front door. The resident was able to clean off the pink and purple paint, and there was no damage.
No suspects were found.
• Officers observed a male student stumbling on the 1500 block of Bradley Ave. at 3:42 a.m. Feb. 27.
The male was of the legal drinking age and admitted to consuming alcohol. He agreed to a breathalyzer and registered a .235 BAC.
The male was transported to OSF via ambulance and was later escorted home.
• Officers responded to a car accident on the 1400 block of Main St. at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 25.
A male non-student lost control of his vehicle and hit a female student’s car.
The male non-student’s car sustained damage to its passenger side quarter panel and rear right window, but he was able to drive away.
The female student’s car received damage to the rear driver’s side quarter panel and had to be towed.
A report was filed with the BUPD.
• Officers responded to a car crash on the 800 block of Elmwood Ave. at 2:10 p.m. Feb. 25.
A male student backed out of a parking spot into an illegally parked female student’s car. The female’s car sustained minor damage, but the male had a broken back taillight. A report was filed and the two drove away.
• Officers were dispatched to Feelin’ Groovy in Campustown on reports of a male panhandler at 5 p.m. Feb. 24.
When officers arrived the male was standing by CVS. He was already on the Campustown banned list and was arrested, then taken to Peoria County Jail.