Officers were dispatched after an intoxicated male student attempted to enter the women’s restrooms at 10:55 p.m. Feb. 17 in Markin Family Student Recreation Center.
Employees of Markin told the student police had been called, so he ran from the building. Officers found him running near the building and asked the student to stop, but the male refused and gave the officers his middle finger.
Officers chased and caught the student, who was then placed in a squad car.
The officers asked the male for his ID, and the student handed them a fake ID. The student tried to exit the squad car multiple times.
The complainant from Markin then positively identified him as the student trying to enter the women’s bathroom.
The male was picked up by the Peoria Police Department and received citations for underage drinking and for having a fake ID.
A male student was reported to Residential Living after causing problems at 6:55 a.m. Feb. 16 in Markin Family Student Recreation Center.
A male student was upset because another male student was not wearing his shoes while doing yoga on the gym mats. The student asked the other student to put his shoes on, which he did not do. The first male student then kicked the other student’s shoes and threw them in the garbage before leaving the gym.
The first male student was later contacted by police and reported to Residential Living.
Resident Advisors reported finding drug paraphernalia at 12:56 a.m. Feb. 18 at 912 Elmwood Ave.
Resident security noted the smell of cannabis coming from a room and contacted the RAs, who performed a drug search.
The RAs found cannabis and a stun gun, which were confiscated by the police. All students involved were given a warning.
A male student reported items stolen from his car at noon Feb. 20 on the 1300 block of Main Street.
The male said he believed he left his car unlocked earlier, and when he returned, his backpack and laptop were missing from the backseat.
No suspects have been identified, and the items have not been recovered.
A female student reported her packages missing at 6 p.m. Feb. 21 at 908 N. Frink St.
The student said she was supposed to receive packages from her mom and aunt a couple days prior, but she did not receive them. She contacted postal services and was told the packages had been delivered.
No suspects have been identified.