- Around 3:15 p.m. on Feb. 23, a student reported that a piece of a video sign in the BECC fell from where it was suspended and almost hit him. An operating engineer removed the piece of metal that was left hanging from the half-disconnected sign.
- At 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 25 at Bradley Health Services and Sisson Hall, a former student dumped potting soil all over the floors. The former student is known to the wellness office and has had conflicts with them before. She entered the office carrying potting soil and walked to the front desk before starting to pour the soil everywhere without saying anything. On her way out, she gave the receptionist the middle finger. As BUPD searched for her, they received a call from Sisson Hall. The call said an unknown female had entered the building from the Michel Student Center carrying potting soil. She then started to pour the soil everywhere once more and threw the empty bag into an office and exited the hall. BUPD tracked her down a few days later and issued a $100 citation for disorderly conduct.
- At 9 p.m. on Feb. 27, a student passed out in the food court of the Michel Student Center for an unknown reason. The student was standing in line and began to feel dizzy and light-headed. She then collapsed backward and hit her head on the chip rack. BUPD and the fire department arrived to assist her shortly thereafter. She was evaluated by medics and was allowed to sign a refusal for further treatment. When asked about what made her lightheaded, the student said that she had not eaten much. BUPD escorted her back to her residence hall after she was evaluated.
- Around 1:04 a.m. on Feb. 28 at 800 and 900 blocks of N. Rebecca Place, the Peoria Police Department responded to a report of a large vehicle driving down the road and hitting approximately nine vehicles. The damage ranged from minimal to extreme on the vehicles that were struck. BUPD assisted by attempting to locate owners of vehicles that belonged to students. Messages were left when phones/doors weren’t answered.
Police Reports: March 4, 2022
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