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- At approximately 6 p.m. on Nov. 9 at the Cullom-Davis Library, a non-Bradley affiliated suspect told employees that their jacket had been stolen. The suspect became agitated at the way employees were “looking at them,” and began yelling at the employees and calling them homophobic slurs. After leaving the library, the suspect started yelling homophobic and racial slurs to people who were walking around the quad. While making their way to Campustown, the suspect approached a vehicle driving down the street and began flipping them off, holding up gang signs and calling them racial slurs. The victim stopped and had a verbal altercation with the suspect before they continued down the street towards BUPD. Police confronted the suspect and banned them from university property and told them that they would be arrested if they came back. Surveillance footage revealed that the suspect never had a jacket when arriving at the library. No charges were pressed.
- At 1:28 p.m. on Nov. 8 on the 800 block of N. Duryea Place, a student illegally crossed the street and flipped off a car that they felt got too close to them. The driver then stopped and said, “If you do that again, I will wring your neck,” before driving off.
- At 11:18 p.m. on Nov. 7 in the Business and Engineering Convergence Center, a suspect tore down a sign for an all gender bathroom off of the wall. Video surveillance captured the incident and the investigation is still in progress.
- Around 4:31 p.m. on Nov. 9 on W. Fredonia Avenue, smoke from a meat cooker set the smoke alarm off inside a house with a door propped open.