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Police Reports: November 4, 2022

  • At 3 a.m on Oct. 29 at Harper Hall, a student was arguing with their significant other, who was trying to leave the building. Another student and their significant other came up and rested their hand on the upset student to try and calm them down. The upset student then slapped the student who was trying to help, which resulted in a physical fight between student one and student two’s significant other. Both were arrested for battery and released. When police arrived, a different student dressed in a zombie costume and fake blood fled the scene and was chased by police. After being caught, the student admitted that they had nothing to do with the fight but fled after hearing yelling, in order to avoid conflict.                                                            
  • At 6:35 p.m. on Oct. 31 at Cullom-Davis Library, a non-Bradley affiliated suspect was playing extremely loud music. When told by employees to turn their music down, the suspect began yelling and cursing at the employees. The suspect then left the library before being approached by police and banned from university property.                                                                     
  • Around 1:34 a.m. on Nov. 1, a student attended a party on the 700 block of Callender and drank four cups of “jungle juice.” The student then threw up all over one of the couches at the party and was driven back to Harper Hall by a safety cruiser. The student was found in their hall bathroom and transported to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.                                                     
  • Around 12:25 a.m. on Nov. 1 at Wyckoff Hall, a student was arguing with their friend in the stairwell after attending the same party on the 700 block of Callender. One student was unable to complete a Breathalyzer test after attempting three times, then claimed they were going to throw up and were sent to UnityPoint Health-Methodist Hospital. The other student was released.
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