• Two male students and one male non-student were violently pushing and shoving one another 1:45 a.m. Wednesday in a 1300 block of Fredonia Ave. alley. A patrol officer told the males to get on the ground and place their hands behind their backs.
One of the students was uncooperative and received a ticket for resisting arrest and was released. The other student and the non-student were intoxicated and admitted to arguing and shoving each other. They had .159 and .227 blood alcohol levels, respectively, and each received a ticket for underage drinking. The non-student also received a ticket for disorderly conduct and was transported to Methodist Medical Center.
• Officers saw a male student exit a house in the 1600 block of Barker Ave. and begin to urinate at 10:45 p.m. Saturday. An officer stopped the male, and he fled. The officers caught him a short distance away, and the male punched the officer, which caused the second officer to fall. Both received minor injuries but refused medical attention while the student continued to flee.
They caught the male again and found 4.7 grams of marijuana on him. The male was transported to Peoria County Jail for aggravated battery to police, resisting police and possession of marijuana less than 30 grams. He also received a ticket for indecency and littering.
• A male student entered a sorority house in the 1400 block of Fredonia Ave. around 11:20 p.m. Saturday because he said he thought someone had insulted him. Two female students in the house asked him to leave, and he refused. A second male student friend arrived and tried to help the females. The friend pushed the male, and the male slapped the friend back. The friend denied pressing criminal charges.
The male had a .255 blood alcohol level. Officers called an ambulance, and the student was transported to Methodist Medical Center. He received a ticket for underage drinking, disorderly conduct and trespassing.
• An officer patrolling the Duryea Parking Deck 2 a.m. Saturday saw two male students at the top level with bloodshot eyes. The males seemed nervous. The officer asked if he could search them, and the males agreed. The officer found marijuana and drug paraphernalia on one male, but they both admitted to smoking. The marijuana and paraphernalia were logged into Bradley University Police Department evidence, and the males were released.