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Police Reports: April 1, 2022

  • At 8:30 p.m. on March 25, in the Sigma Chi Fraternity parking lot, an unknown person placed spaghetti on one of the vehicles. Video surveillance at the residence did not show the incident taking place at the same time the report was made. No damage was discovered on the vehicle besides the pasta.

  • On both March 11 and March 25 on W. Laura Avenue, multiple vehicles were vandalized before an arrest was finally made. The first vehicle the student damaged was struck on March 11. The crash was caught by the blue safety post camera near the street. From there, the student walked to the Main Street parking deck where he vandalized 11 vehicles. BUPD investigated the case by using the security video and tracked the suspect leaving the area of the Main Street parking deck and followed him to the Main Street Commons. They were then able to identify him by using the Bradley ID cards that students use when they enter the building. The student was arrested on March 25, at which time he was put into custody and then sent to the Peoria County Jail.

  • Around 1:26 p.m. on March 24 in the Cullom-Davis Library, the student who posted flyers with a QR code of the 9/11 attacks was identified. The student was identified by the cameras in the library and by the Bradley ID card when he entered the building. The student was contacted and admitted to placing the flyers to promote awareness. He declined any services and was told that he could not place flyers on campus in the future without permission.

  • At 3:57 p.m. on March 27 at the Main Street parking deck, two juveniles were identified as suspects of robberies from multiple cars. All the vehicles that they had robbed were left unlocked by their owners. The officer on duty caught the two juveniles sitting in the front seats of their next victim’s car. At the time they were caught, they had not stolen anything but had gone through the center console and the glove box of the car. They were arrested for vehicle theft and one of them was issued a citation for being in possession of cannabis. From the other vehicles, they took money, AirPods, loose change and cologne.
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