• Officers saw a male student and a female student loudly arguing with while walking westbound in the 1400 block of Bradley Ave. around 1:40 a.m. Feb. 21. Both said they were in a relationship and admitted to underage drinking.
The male took a breathalyzer with the result of a .057 BAC level and the female took a breathalyzer with the result of a .181 BAC.
An ambulance was called for the female, who was treated and released by medics after signing a hospital transport refusal. Both received warnings for underage drinking for cooperating.
The male was released, and the female was escorted back to her residence.
• Officers on patrol responded to a report of criminal damage to property at the intersection of Fredonia Avenue and Institute Place around 1 a.m. Sunday.
A male student said he chased two other male students. He said they broke the window of his campus residence in the 1300 block of Fredonia Ave.
An officer took photos of the damaged window and spoke with the male resident, who gave video footage of the incident.
BUPD transported the males to the station and charged with criminal damage to property.
They both admitted to drinking and received tickets for possession and consumption of alcohol by a minor and a notice to appear in court for criminal damage to property. They were transported back to their residence.
• Officers were called to University Hall around 3:30 a.m. Sunday by security because they were having trouble with students underage drinking. Officers spoke with a male student from security who said he found four males drinking in a room. One of the males was a 14-year-old sibling. All males admitted to drinking and took breathalyzers.
Residential life was contacted. The male siblings were transported to BUPD while waiting for their parents. The 14-year-old male was released to his father, and the other male was transported back to his residence.
• An officer on patrol saw around 20 people leave a residence and heard loud music in the 700 block of Institute Pl. around 1 a.m. Sunday. The officer spoke with the male student resident who said the party started as residents only and siblings, but more people showed up.
Officers saw males and females drinking inside. It was the second time in two days that the officers addressed the house regarding the no-party policy established for Siblings Weekend.
The officer told the male to make everyone who wasn’t a resident or sibling leave. Residential life was contacted.