Police Reports: 2017-09-22

A parent of an underage female student called police due to her daughters intoxicated state at 2:30 a.m. Sept. 15 on the 800 block of N Rebecca Place.

The mother called the student, and during the phone call, the mother noticed the student seemingly vomited twice and passed out due to intoxication. The mother then called the police and medics arrived to the students location. She told the medics she could not remember how much she had to drink, and when she tried to walk to the ambulance, she kept falling. Once in the ambulance, the student began screaming and yelling at the staff but eventually cooperated.

The student was transported to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.

 

Police were dispatched after an unaffiliated male was seen walking around intoxicated at 12:26 a.m. Sept. 17 at 911 N. Western Ave.

A student security walker reported the male had been stumbling and was confused. When police arrived at the scene, they questioned the male but were unable to fully understand him due to his extreme intoxication. The male said he drank a large amount of alcohol earlier and got in a physical altercation in a bar. The police noted the males right eye was swollen, and he had minor cuts on his face.

The male was transported to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.

 

The Peoria Fire Department put out small fires caused by fireworks in a nearby cemetery at 9 p.m. Sept. 16 on the 1500 block of W Nebraska Avenue.

The fire department was stationed in the area for Bradleys Homecoming soccer game that same evening. After the game, fireworks were shot off, and some of the remnants landed in the cemetery nearby. Small fires were produced from the remnants, and the fire department extinguished the fires.

There was damage to four headstones.

 

Police spotted an unaffiliated female sleeping under a tree at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 in Campustown.

The female was woken up by police, who then questioned her about why she was sleeping under the tree. She said she fell asleep due to being ill. The female was coughing and said she possibly had pneumonia.

The female was transported to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.