At 5:57 a.m. Saturday, officers were dispatched to Methodist Medical Center to speak to a student who had been struck at a party in the 1300 block of Fredonia Avenue.
The victim told police a resident of the house asked an unknown male to leave, and the victim stepped in to help make the suspect leave.
As he was doing that, he lost his balance and fell to his knee. At that point, the suspect hit the victim’s head with his fist and caused a small cut.
The victim did not want to press charges.
At 12:30 p.m. Saturday, officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Glenwood Avenue to investigate a possible disorderly conduct.
While police were on their way to the call, the victim flagged police down in the 1300 block of Bradley Avenue.
The victim told police he was driving a Bradley-owned van near the Markin Family Student Recreation Center when he heard what sounded like a rock hit the back of the van.
He told police he knew who threw it, and he pointed out the suspect’s car.
Police found the owner of the car, who told police he did not know who threw the object, but he would find out by asking the passengers in the car.
Police found the suspect who threw the object, but the suspect said he threw a wrapped condom at the van, not a rock.
There was no damage to the van and the case is closed.
At 12:06 a.m. Sunday, officers were dispatched to the 1600 block of Barker Avenue regarding a possible fight.
When police arrived, the resident told them she was having a party and two men who she didn’t know were fighting.
The resident told police she didn’t know many of the people at the party.
The fight was over when police arrived.
At 9:53 p.m. Sunday, officers were dispatched to Heitz Hall to assist the hall director remove two non-Bradley students from a room that needed to be searched.
After being escorted out of the room, one of the non-Bradley students smelled like alcohol, and was issued a MOVN for underage drinking.
During the search, hall staff found a large amount of money, totaling $330. Police confiscated the money, but it was returned to the owner after he supplied a pay stub to prove the money was his.
Both non-Bradley students were banned from campus.