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Police Reports 10/09

  • On Oct. 1 at approximately 2:30 a.m., BUPD was dispatched to Williams Hall to a report of five students gathered in a dorm room, which was in violation of university restrictions. A resident adviser called in saying that he saw multiple people he did not recognize and when he tried to address the residents of the room, they became combative with him, which is why he called BUPD. When officers arrived, everyone cooperated when guests were told to leave the room.


  • A former Bradley student was found kicking at and looking through the windows of vehicles on the 1100 block of W. Main St. on Oct. 2 at approximately 2 a.m. The 22-year-old male was headed toward the intersection of Main and University when BUPD approached him. He then ran away from police, stumbled and fell. Officers detained him and questioned how much he had had to drink. He said he only had a few beers. Due to the male’s high intoxication level, he was transported to Methodist by AMT. BUPD issued a notice to appear for criminal damage to property and for resisting an officer.


  • On Oct. 3 at 10 p.m. at Geisert Hall, a resident adviser found a female student vomiting in a trash can in a hallway. The RA called BUPD for a welfare check and found the female student with her friend in their room. The female student said she drank wine, beer and Fireball whiskey. The student was transported to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center. The person who had held the party was a 21-year-old male student and had seven other guests in the room, which was over the limit of people allowed by the university. BUPD told him to dump out all of the alcohol and the students were educated about the COVID-19 restrictions.


  • At 1 p.m. on Oct. 5 in Campustown, BUPD responded to a man unaffiliated with the university threatening to stab another person’s dog. The suspect was walking out of Campustown Liquors when he saw an older man walking with an unleashed dog. The man told the victim to leash the dog and was concerned that it would bite him so he pulled out a knife. Both men were cooperative with BUPD and were given warnings.
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