- Around 5:05 p.m. on March 11 in the student center, a student working at the security desk had his personal phone and Bradley-owned phone stolen. The student working the desk was approached by two juvenile males. He ended up going to get them food, leaving his phones on the desk with them. When the student returned, the males were gone along with the phones. The phones were tracked and returned to the student with no damage. The two males have since been banned from Bradley property.
- At 10:30 a.m. on March 12 in Harper Hall, a resident adviser found an airsoft pistol in one of the dorms during room checks for spring break. While the airsoft pistol was not in violation of any state laws, the university does not allow students to have any weapons that fire projectiles on campus. The RA turned the airsoft pistol over to BUPD, who will have possession of the weapon until the student is able to return the weapon home.
- At an unknown time on March 16 in Bradley Hall, a student lost a key that opens multiple rooms in the basement of the building. The student was given the key to open one of the rooms so she was able to use it, but the key ended up being able to open more than just one room. Now that the key is missing, the student who was given the key claims that she gave it to another student who is now refusing to return it back to her. The student that she is blaming says that she never truly had the key and only used it in her presence. Due to the key being able to open multiple rooms, a request has been made to get the rooms re-cored.
- At an unknown time on March 21 in both Westlake and Bradley Hall, an unknown person posted papers with a QR code that directs to footage of the Twin Tower 9/11 attacks. The poster had the QR code in the middle with “Get Rid of Yourself” at the top of the page in a large font. Underneath the code itself was the link to the website where the video was found. In review of the security report and video, the posters were found quickly before students were able to view the video. In the tape, the suspect was unidentifiable. There is, however, an ongoing investigation to try and find the person.
Police Reports: March 25, 2022
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