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- At 6:43 p.m. on Feb. 5, an Aramark supervisor working in Williams Dining Hall called BUPD to report an employee with whom they were “having trouble.” The 17-year-old employee refused to complete tasks assigned by the supervisor. They became argumentative, yelling and swearing at the supervisor. By the time officers arrived, the employee had left the area. The supervisor noted that they did not feel threatened by the employee’s actions, but wanted to document the incident.
- In the early morning of Feb. 4, a Bradley student called 911 to report that they felt they were overdosing on THC edibles. When BUPD arrived at the student’s residence hall, paramedics were tending to the student who was sitting against the wall outside of their dorm room. The student told first responders that they took prescription Adderall in the last 24 hours and feared that it was interacting with the THC they consumed that evening. They said they self-administered naloxone – also known as Narcan, a nasal spray used to reverse narcotics overdose – to stop what they believed to be an overdose. Paramedics transported the student to St. Francis Medical Center. A friend of the student, who also consumed some of the edibles, told officers that the student had consumed approximately 30 mg of THC. BUPD seized six THC chocolate bars and five THC gummies from the student’s dorm room. Neither student faces charges due to the university’s drug amnesty policy.
- At 10:32 p.m. on Feb. 4, BUPD was dispatched to the St. James Apartment Complex for an activated burglar alarm. Officers arrived and spoke with the residents inside of the unit. They explained that there was not a burglary in progress and that they had hit the burglar alarm panel with a football. They said it knocked the front panel off of the alarm system when they were playing catch inside the unit and that they replaced the panel, not knowing that the alarm had been activated. The alarm was reset.
- Around 7 p.m. on Jan. 31, two romantic partners, both Bradley students, got into an argument in one student’s Student Apartment Complex unit. The following day, one of the students reported the incident to BUPD and told officers that they had confronted their partner about an “unknown” individual they had been texting. The complainant’s partner punched their bedroom door during the argument and caused the complainant to be “alarmed and disturbed.” When officers spoke with the partner, they described the relationship as being “on-again, off-again” and noted that they felt the complainant had been using them to stay in their apartment. They said that they raised their voice, but did not use physical violence and did not mean to scare the complainant. They told police that they “never intend to make contact with [the complainant] again.” On the morning of Feb. 5, BUPD assisted the Peoria Police Department in serving a court order of protection against the complainant’s partner.