1:10 p.m. Jan. 25
Security personnel responded to Jewett Residence Hall on a report of a no contact order violation. Upon arrival, security contacted the reporting party, who was a female Drake student. She informed officers that she had a no contact advisement, which stated she was not to have contact with her former roommate, who was also a female Drake student. The reporting party stated that her former roommate approached her while working at the Olmsted Center and asked for an employment application. The student was advised to contact Des Moines Police Department if she wished to pursue legal action. The dean of students was notified about this incident.
8:14 p.m. Jan. 25
While on routine patrol, security personnel observed a vehicle exiting parking lot No. 4 located at 25th and Clark Streets. The driver of the first vehicle failed to yield the right of way to the second vehicle and was struck on the rear passenger door. The Des Moines Police Department responded to the scene and issued a citation to both drivers. The driver of the first vehicle was a male Drake student. The driver of the second vehicle was a non-Drake affiliated female.
6:43 a.m. Jan. 25
Security personnel were notified by a Drake staff member that there was a male juvenile who was walking up and down 27th Street and Carpenter Avenue peering into vehicles. Security responded and saw the subject lift up several door handles of the vehicles that were parked on the roadway. Security, along with Des Moines Police Department officers, contacted the juvenile, who gave several different names to officers when asked to identify himself. While the subject was being taken into custody, he began to resist arrest. Officers affected the arrest without further incident.
11:04 p.m. Jan. 26
Security personnel was notified by a resident advisor of Crawford Residence Hall that it appeared as though a non-Drake affiliated male subject was attempting to enter the building. Security arrived on scene and contacted the subject that the resident advisor described. The subject was intoxicated, agitated and began to speak incoherently. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and arrived on scene shortly after. DMPD officers placed the subject into custody for public intoxication. While the subject was being placed into custody, he began to resist arrest. Officers affected the arrest without further incident. The subject was also advised that he would be arrested for trespass if he returned to campus.
2:31 a.m. Jan. 27
Security personnel was advised by a Drake employee that there was a non-Drake affiliated male that entered Stalnaker Residence Hall, and that he was not supposed to be there. Upon arrival, security contacted the resident advisor who advised them that a female Drake student brought an unidentified non-Drake affiliated male into her room without following the guest procedures. Security contacted the female Drake student, who was intoxicated and denied having the male in her room. Upon inspection of the room, the non-Drake affiliated male was located underneath the bed and was advised to leave the residence hall, in which he complied. The female Drake student became agitated and started to shout obscenities and threats at security and professional staff. The Des Moines Police Department was eventually contacted and the female Drake student was arrested for public intoxication. The dean of students was notified.
1:54 a.m. Jan. 28
Security personnel responded to the 2300 block of University Avenue on a medical call regarding an unconscious male. Upon arrival, security found a male Drake student who was unresponsive. According to his companion, a non-Drake female, he had been drinking earlier that evening. Medics arrived on scene and transported the student to a local hospital for treatment. The dean of students was notified about this incident.
3: 07 a.m. Jan. 28
Drake Security personnel responded to the 2300 block of University Avenue when they were advised that the Des Moines Police Department was in route to investigate a reported vandalism in progress. Upon arrival, officers observed the male suspect that was described peering into a vehicle with a flashlight and walking away. Officers approached the vehicle and noticed that the front passenger window had been shattered. DMPD detained the suspect, and he was identified by the vehicle’s owner and reporting party as the suspect who broke the window of her vehicle. The suspect, who was not Drake affiliated, was arrested without further incident.
12:55 p.m. Jan. 28
While on routine patrol, security personnel observed that the retaining wall located in the 1400 block of 25th Street had been damaged. There were several bricks missing and scattered several feet away from the retaining wall. Facilities have been notified about the damaged property.
8:41 p.m. Jan. 28
While on routine patrol, security personnel observed a large group gathering by the west side stairwell leading to Stalnaker Residence Hall. As security approached the group, they noticed a male subject urinating on the retaining wall. The subject was a non-Drake affiliated male. He was informed that he was not allowed on Drake University property and was given a trespass advisement.
7:50 p.m. Jan. 28
Security personnel were notified that a non-Drake affiliated female had fallen on the sidewalk behind the Knapp Center and had injured her knee. Security and medics arrived on scene and spoke to the victim. The victim denied medical transport and treatment.
2:10 p.m. Jan. 29
While on routine patrol in the 2400 block of University Avenue, security personnel observed a male subject push another male and chase him across the street. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and responded to the scene. After obtaining the involved parties statement, the victim of the assault informed officers he did not wish to press charges against the suspect. The suspect was found in possession of a fake identification card, which DMPD took possession of. The involved parties are both male Drake University students.
12:27 a.m. Jan. 29
Security personnel were advised that the Des Moines Police Department was responding to the 2300 block of University Avenue for an intoxicated male subject engaged in a verbal altercation with a female. Upon arrival, security was advised by DMPD that a Drake male student was being placed under arrest for public intoxication. The dean of students was notified about this incident.
5:06 p.m. Jan. 31
Security personnel were notified that there was a chemical spill in Olin Hall. The room was secured and facilities were contacted, and an outside cleaning agency came to clean the area.