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Police Reports: February 10, 2023

  • At 6:20 p.m. on Feb. 4 at Geisert Hall, a Bradley student entered an unlocked dorm room and climbed in the bed where the room’s resident was sleeping and began touching and grabbing their butt before climbing down the ladder and sitting in the desk chair. The resident woke up and began questioning the student, who denied any touching and said they tried calling them and just wanted to talk. The resident yelled at the student to get out, and the student left the room. After being seen by a resident advisor, the student stated that they had permission to be in the room and the resident was present there. The resident then went to the RA and told them the actual story. While being questioned by BUPD, the student said the resident didn’t question them about being in the room, they weren’t sure if the resident was lying on the bed or if it was a pillow, and that they thought they were touching a kneecap. It was later stated that the two were friends, but the resident stopped being friends with the student after they began acting strange and inappropriate towards women, “bumrushing,” and were once found in the women’s bathroom. They were arrested for battery, criminal trespass to residents, disorderly conduct and were transported to the Peoria County Jail where they were arrested then subsequently released. As of the evening of Feb. 9, the student is still listed in the Bradley University student directory.                                                                                                              
  • At 12:58 p.m. on Feb. 3 on the 1500 block of W. Barker Avenue, a house full of Bradley students received a citation and a $250 fine for noise restrictions. When BUPD first arrived at the house, the individuals were warned to turn their music down. After 24 minutes, officers returned to the house and told the students to shut the party down. Around 20 minutes later, officers returned for the final time and presented the students with the ticket. One of the students said that it was hard to keep the others from turning the music on and that they understood why they had received the ticket.                                                                                               
  • At approximately 3:46 p.m. on Feb. 6 at the Campustown Subway, a non-Bradley-affiliated individual was lying on the floor and said they didn’t feel good and wanted medical attention. The next day, the same individual was lying on the floor of the Campustown CVS and stated they didn’t feel good and wanted help.                                                                                                           
  • At approximately 3 p.m. on Feb. 7 at the Business and Engineering Convergence Center, staff found gun parts on a 3D printer and notified BUPD. When police found the student who had created the parts, it was revealed that they were being printed for their friend who does cosplay and needed the parts for an outfit. The gun parts were confiscated.
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