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Police Reports: December 4, 2020

  • A male and female unaffiliated with the university were found unconscious on the sidewalk of the 100 block of N. University St. at 10 p.m. on Nov. 12. BUPD approached the two individuals and asked them to get up. The female got up and spoke to police, and admitted that she and the male both did cocaine earlier that night. Medics arrived and the male became conscious. Both individuals refused further treatment and left the area.

 

  • On Nov. 19 at 10:35 p.m. on the 800 block of W. Moss Ave., BUPD officers assisted the Peoria Police Department after a 19-year-old unaffiliated male stabbed his 17-year-old brother. According to the males’ mother, she had gotten home from work and heard the brothers fighting over broken marijuana paraphernalia. The suspect was arrested for domestic battery and was transported to the Peoria County Jail. The victim, who did not sustain any life-threatening injuries, was transported to the OSF St. Francis Medical Center to treat his abdominal stab wound. The victim was later referred, not arrested, for domestic battery since he was a juvenile.

 

  • On Nov. 23 at 9:45 a.m. in the Campustown parking lot, two males unaffiliated with the university and an unaffiliated female were fighting and BUPD stepped in to break it up. According to the suspects, the female told her husband that she was going to the store, but her husband tracked her on his phone. The husband found that she was not going to her claimed destination and followed her to the Campustown lot, where he found her with a male. The husband proceeded to take her keys and go to her car when both the male friend and the wife started arguing. Both males began to fight and BUPD split up the altercation. Both males were arrested for battery and were issued a notice to appear in court.

 

  • A male Bradley alumnus was found running naked in Founder’s Circle at approximately 10:45 p.m. on Nov. 24. When BUPD arrived and asked him why he was running naked, he told police that he believed that there was a tracking device implanted inside of him and that running naked would get rid of it. An EMT evaluated him and found that he was not a threat to himself or to anyone else. The male was given a ticket for indecent exposure and was banned from campus.
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