At 3:05 a.m. Sunday, officers saw a group of males walking in front of the student center on Elmwood Avenue.
When police approached the group, one male fled.
He ran toward Glenwood Avenue, and than in the direction of Fredonia Avenue.
University police requested back up from Peoria police, and the man was soon spotted near the intersection of Sterling and Nebraska avenues.
Police told the man to stop or they would release the police K-9. The man continued to run, and was hit with police baton and bitten in the left elbow by the police K-9, which stopped him.
The man was treated at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center for the wounds received from the dog, and was arrested for disorderly conduct, obstructing police and resisting arrest.
He told police he ran because he was not 21 and had been drinking.
At 1:38 a.m. Sunday, officers on the patrol in the 700 block of Duryea Place saw a group of females walking when one of them fell and had difficulty getting back up.
When police approached the group, they went into Bacci’s restaurant.
Police entered the establishment and brought all four girls out.
They were issued municipal ordinance violations for underage drinking.
At 10:30 p.m. Saturday, police were called to the library after a patron tried to leave with a book on reserve.
The library employee told police the man walked out of the building with the book, and she followed him into Bradley Hall where she was able to convince him to bring the book back.
When library employees told the man he couldn’t take the book because it was on reserve, he became frustrated and said it was an inconvenience.
The library is not pressing charges against the man.
Information taken from University Police reports