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- Around 10:15 a.m. on Sept. 26, a non-Bradley-affiliated individual began catcalling a Bradley student from their car window on the 800 Block of N. Cooper St. The student yelled at the individual, telling them to stop acting creepy and to leave them alone. When the individual persisted, the student began recording the interaction. They recorded the vehicle’s license plate number and reported the incident to BUPD. Officers contacted the vehicle’s registered owner and admonished them for their disorderly conduct.
- At 12:23 p.m. on Sept. 23, BUPD responded to a silent alarm activation at the Bradley Visitors Center. When officers arrived, a Bradley student employee working at the front desk stated that they pushed the silent alarm button under the desk because they thought it was a light switch. The building was cleared by officers and the alarm was reset.
- At 7:16 p.m. on Sept. 22, Bradley students on a Harper Hall women’s floor reported that an adult male of unknown Bradley affiliation entered the women’s bathroom. Four officers responded and searched the building for an individual matching the description. Officers interviewed nearby students and learned that a male of the same approximate age was seen walking down the stairs. The male was never located. The report noted that the incident occurred during family weekend and that the male was likely the parent of a Bradley student.
- Around 2:40 a.m. on Sept. 21, a resident advisor in Williams Hall found a driver’s license they believed to be fake. The fake ID belonged to a 19-year-old Bradley student living in the building. When the RA discovered that the date of birth on the ID did not match the one listed on their BU portal, they contacted BUPD. Officers arrived and confirmed that the ID was fraudulent. The student stated that they used the fake ID to get into bars, but denied having operated a vehicle with the fake driver’s license. Officers confiscated the fake ID and sent it to the Illinois Secretary of State’s Office. The matter was referred to Residential Living and Student Conduct.