Officers were dispatched due to an argument between a male student and a female nonstudent at midnight Nov. 11 at 1312 W. Main St.
The female saw something on the male’s cellphone that upset her, and that provoked an argument. A residential advisor heard the argument from the hallway and reported it to BUPD.
Officers talked to the male and female, and at that point, they had calmed down, and the officer allowed the female to stay.
A safety cruiser driver reported a female student vomiting at 11:35 p.m. Nov. 10 outside of Williams Hall.
The driver reported the female vomiting while sitting outside of the residence hall. Officers located the female in the lobby of Williams Hall, and when they questioned her, they determined she was extremely intoxicated.
The female was transported to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.
Officers responded to a female student getting sick from consuming a brownie containing cannabis at 1:40 a.m. Nov. 11 at University Hall.
The student was at her residence when she ate the brownie and knew it contained cannabis. She said she began feeling anxious, dizzy and had difficulty breathing.
The officer reported the student showed signs of increasing anxiety as the conversation with the officers went on.
The student was transported to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.
An officer saw a male nonstudent who appeared to be disoriented at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 7 at the 900 Block of Bradley Avenue.
The male asked the officer for directions to Bradley’s visitor’s parking lot, and when the officer asked why the male wanted to go there, the male appeared to be disoriented.
Later, the officer saw the man again in a campus parking lot, and he tried to get information from the male. When the male would not give information, the officer called Emergency Response Services who said the male had dementia.
The male was transported to UnityPoint Health Methodist.