A male student was found unconscious in his car by police at 2 p.m. Sept. 6 at 1630 W Main St.
Officers were patrolling the Main Street Parking Deck when they saw a black vehicle with its headlights on. Upon closer inspection, the police noticed a male student inside the vehicle. They knocked on the window, but the stduent did not respond.
The police then used a lockout tool to open the vehicle and detected a strong odor of both cannabis and alcohol. The student had small amounts of cannabis on his clothes, and police determined he was heavily under the influence.
He was transported to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.
A driver for the Hilltop Safety Cruiser reported an underage female student intoxicated at 12:35 a.m. on Sept. 10 at 1627 W Callender Ave.
The driver found the student on the porch of the house with another female student who was attending to her. The student taking care of the intoxicated female said there was no one else at home.
The intoxicated student said she did not know how much alcohol she consumed or where she had been drinking earlier.
She was transported to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.
A female student reported a male following her back to her dorm at 12:10 p.m. Sept. 10 at 1511 W Bradley Ave.
The student said the male approached her on a sidewalk while walking back to her dorm. He then placed his hands on her shoulders, which alarmed the student. The male proceeded to ask where the female was going and asked for her phone number.
The male then followed the female back to her dorm, and the student ignored the male and went into her dorm. Later, when the student left her dorm, the male was still there.
The male has not been identified.
A male student reported two of his fraternitys windows broken at 12:20 a.m. Sept. 10 at Pi Kappa Phi fraternity.
The student was out of town and said when he came back, he saw the damage and reported it. The male said one broken window was on the first floor and the other was on the second.
The student said they believe the first floors window was broken unintentionally to try and get someones attention but does not know how the second window was broken.
No suspects have been identified.
A male student reportedly broke a window at Harper Hall at 5 p.m. Sept. 9 at 1312 Main St.
The incident occurred on the third floor hallway when the student said he was running to catch up with another male student. The student said while he was running, he placed both of his hands on the window to change direction, and the window broke from the impact. The student had minor cuts on his hands and said the incident was an accident.
No charges were filed.