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Police Reports: November 12, 2021

  • Around 5:50 a.m. on Nov. 9 at the Renaissance Coliseum, an unaffiliated woman broke in. The woman forced her way past a guard and a golf coach before running off into the building. When the police arrived, they found the woman in the men’s bathroom with no clothes on. A female police officer went in to try and coax her out of the building. While talking to the officer, the woman revealed that she believed that the building was hers and that it was gifted to her by God. The officer was able to get the woman to leave the building, and the woman was transported to Methodist Hospital for further evaluation.

  • At 2:20 p.m. on Nov. 3 at Elmwood Hall, a resident adviser followed a complaint of a strong smell of cannabis in one of the rooms. When the RA located the room where the smell was coming from, they knocked and received no reply. The RA went into the room and discovered a covered smoke alarm, a bag of cannabis and a bag of tobacco in the room. Bradley Police obtained both bags.

  • Around 7:53 p.m. on Nov. 3 in Wyckoff Hall, a student reported a scam email. The student said that he received an email and multiple texts from a person saying that they had a job for him. To further sell the job as real, the scammer sent a check as a pre-payment. The student told the police that he did not give any personal information out to the person.
  • At 4:45 p.m. on Nov. 7 at an unknown location off-campus, a student reported to the police that she believed her friend (also a student) gave her food that contained marijuana. When reporting to the police, she told them that the pair went to a park where her friend gave her the first cupcake. She said her friend then gave her the second cupcake later on in the night when they went to Little Caesar’s. The effects of the cupcakes did not start setting in until the student was back in her dorm.
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