At 12:10 p.m. on Oct. 25, BUPD officers issued a notice to appear for disorderly conduct to a Bradley alum at their Peoria Heights residence. The individual, who was banned from Bradley property in 1999 for an unrelated incident, repeatedly called the Cullom-Davis Library over the last month. On Oct. 3, a library employee reported that the individual “persistently calls the library switchboard and staff throughout the day, sometimes as many as 40 times in an hour.” Officers contacted the individual and issued a verbal warning for their repeated disruptive behavior and instructed them to stop calling the library. When the individual continued, officers issued the notice to appear in court.
Around 11 p.m. on Oct. 27, BUPD officers were dispatched to Harper Hall for an intoxicated underage student. When officers arrived, the student was vomiting with their head leaning into a garbage bag, unable to move on their own. The student’s roommate told officers that the student consumed four beers and one seltzer throughout the evening. The student was transported to Saint Francis Medical Center. The incident was referred to Residential Living and Student Conduct.
Around 2:15 a.m. on Oct. 28, BUPD responded to a Greek life house for an underage Bradley student exhibiting signs of alcohol poisoning. When officers arrived, they were directed to a shower where the unconscious student was slumped on the floor. Paramedics arrived and transported the student to Saint Francis Medical Center. The student’s friend told officers they attended four different fraternity parties and consumed jungle juice throughout the evening. They added that the student defecated on themselves and got in the shower to rinse off. The incident was referred to Residential Living and Student Conduct.
At 8:27 p.m. on Oct. 28, BUPD conducted a traffic stop on a non-Bradley-affiliated individual driving a vehicle without headlights on Main Street and Bourland Avenue. Upon approaching, the officer detected a strong odor of cannabis and observed an open bottle of liquor in the vehicle. The officer conducted a search of the vehicle and found five separate baggies of cannabis, weighing a total of 44.14 grams. The driver took responsibility for the cannabis and stated that “it was [their] birthday and [they were] just starting [their] night with [their] friends.” Officers confiscated the drugs and alcohol and released the driver with a verbal warning for all offenses.