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Police Reports: October 29, 2021

  • Around 12:01 a.m. on Oct. 22 in Williams Hall, a coffee maker was reported missing. The student told BUPD that her coffee maker used to be at a friend’s dorm before she had a falling out with her. The friend, whose dorm now contained the coffee maker, offered to either have her come pick it up or drop it off, the victim chose the latter. The coffee maker was dropped off in the dorm hallway and was left there for 15 days before it was reported missing. When asked by BUPD if the student went and picked up the coffee maker in the hall, she said that she didn’t and wanted it to come directly to her and not the hall.

  • At 11:45 a.m. on Oct. 22, a student was followed back to her sorority house (the sorority asked to remain nameless) by a male student that she was tutoring. It was reported by the student that the boy paced back and forth in front of the door before he finally returned to his dorm building. The incident was reported the next day, and it was revealed that the male student had followed another girl home the day prior.

  • At 11:45 a.m. on Oct. 23, the same suspect from the previous report was questioned about why he followed the girls home and if the report was true. The suspect admitted that he followed the two girls back, and said that he understood that it made them feel unsafe and would not do it again.

  • Around 2 a.m. on Oct. 24 on W. Barker Ave., two roommates were reported to the police by their parents for getting into a physical altercation. The Peoria Police Department responded to the call and questioned the two students about the fight. At first, the two refused to answer, but they eventually admitted that they were in a physical fight. When asked about pressing charges, both of the students declined due to one of them moving to a different address.

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