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Security and police responded to Morehouse Residence Hall based on report that a female student was being held in her room by her boyfriend. He was being abusive and would not open the door. The domestic situation resulted in the male, who is not associated with Drake University, being arrested for disorderly conduct and advised on trespass for the campus. The dean of students was advised. The male is a student at another university and his actions will be coordinated with representatives of that school by the dean of students as well.
Security responded to Jewett Residence Hall based on report of an intoxicated female. The underage-for-drinking student was barely conscious but was able to advise she was drinking at a bar located in the 2300 block of University Avenue and didn’t know how much or what she had been drinking. Her speech was slurred and her equilibrium was such that she could not even stand without assistance. Fire-Rescue was called. While waiting for rescue she vomited several times and became less and less alert. Rescue arrived and she was transported to a local hospital. A resident assistant and a hall coordinator were present.
A male student reported he was chased by a male near 29th Street and University Avenue. The student thought he had lost the suspect and the male appeared once more and began his chase. The student ran to Morehouse Residence Hall and called security. The entire area was checked and they observed no one in the area.
A male waved down a security officer in the 2600 block of Forest Avenue. He then began west bound where he was stopped at 27th Street and Forest Avenue. The underage-for-drinking male student had slurred speech and was swaying side to side. He produced someone else’s expired driver’s license. He was then seen back to his residence hall. The matter had been coordinated with the dean of students as well as the Iowa Department of Transportation.