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Police Reports 3.28.14

 

• Officers responded to Bradley Hall around 7:30 a.m. March 8 about the discovery of graffiti on the south side exterior wall. It read, “Don’t worry … mom + dad will pay for dis!” PPD lab officers responded to the scene and found a spray can nearby, which was collected, photographed and logged into evidence.  Partial fingerprints were found on the can. There are no suspects, and the case is ongoing. If you witnessed this incident or have any information, please call Bradley Police at 309-677-2000 or Peoria Police at 309-673-4521.

 

• Officers responded to a complaint of three males yelling and jumping on cars of a residence in the 1400 block of Fredonia Ave. around 12:45 a.m. March 11. No one was in the area when officers arrived, but officers found footprints on a male student’s vehicle. Officers contacted the male, who said he was on the car and would come out to talk to the officers. The male never came outside and the officers contacted him again, but the male said that he left the area and wanted the police to stay away from his car. He turned off his phone and could not be contacted.

 

• An officer was called to the Olin Quad side of the Cullom-Davis Library on the report of a male kicking a dog around 12:55 p.m. March 11. The officer saw the male and dog upon arrival, but the dog was running free. The officer spoke to a female student who said she heard the dog yelping from the library, came out and saw the male kicking the dog in the chest. She told the male to stop.The officer spoke to the male who said he was bringing his girlfriend her Bradley ID, and the dog jumped on her, getting mud on her dress. The male used his foot to push the dog away.The officer told the male it was not OK to kick the dog, and the dog could not be running free. The male was referred to Residential Life.

 

• An officer responded to a report of theft in Westlake Hall around 2 p.m. March 20. A male staff member reported that he left his coat, which had $1,800 cash in its pocket, in the kitchen in Westlake Hall while training individuals in a nearby room.  When returning to get his coat, the $1,800 was gone. The officer questioned numerous individuals, leading to no resolution.