10:13p.m. Feb. 1
Security personnel responded to the Bell Center on a report of an injured male Drake student. Upon arrival, security met with the victim at the basketball court. He stated he was elbowed in the face and requested medical attention. The Des Moines Fire Department and medics were summoned, and the victim was transported via ambulance to a local hospital for treatment.
2:30 p.m. Feb. 3
Security personnel responded to Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall to meet with a staff member who wanted to report a theft. The staff member informed security that on several occasions, a male non-Drake student has entered Goodwin-Kirk and taken several newspapers.
5:35 p.m. Feb. 4
While on routine patrol, security personnel observed two vehicles blocking the driveway of parking lot No. 24. Security made contact with both parties. They informed the officer that they had a minor traffic accident with no injuries. The Des Moines Police Department arrived on scene and both parties exchanged information.
1:45 a.m. Feb. 5
Security personnel responded to the 1500 block of 24th Street on a report of an injured male Drake student. Upon arrival, security met with the victim. The victim stated he hit his head on the shower nozzle. He declined professional medical treatment and basic first aid was administered.
3:40 a.m. Feb. 5
Security personnel responded to Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall on a medical call. The Des Moines Police Department, Des Moines Fire Department and medics were also responding to the scene. Upon arrival, security made contact with the victim, a staff member and the victim’s friend. The victim and her friend, who is a male Drake student, believe that the victim was slipped a “roofie” in her drink. The victim was intoxicated and later transported to a local hospital for treatment and toxicology report.
11:35 a.m. Feb. 6
Security personnel responded to Harvey-Ingham Hall on a report of a female Drake student that had passed out. Upon arrival, security was informed by the victim that she cut her finger and the sight of blood caused her to pass out. The Des Moines Fire Department and medics were called to the scene. The victim denied further medical treatment.
9:00 p.m. Feb. 6
Security personnel responded to the 2600 block of Forest Avenue to meet with a male Drake student who wanted to report that his vehicle had been broken into. The student stated that he parked his vehicle in lot No. 22 in the 2900 block of Forest Avenue on Sunday, Feb. 5 and returned to his vehicle on Monday, Feb. 6. He stated that he noticed his vehicle had been rummaged through, and upon inventorying his vehicle, he stated that nothing was missing. The Des Moines Police Department responded to the scene and a police report was taken.
10:27 a.m. Feb. 7
Security personnel was advised that a female Drake staff member had struck her head on a cupboard. This incident occurred on Monday, Feb. 6, in Stalnaker Residence Hall.
9:10 a.m. Feb. 8
A male Drake staff member came into the security office to report that his Drake University parking hangtag was stolen from his vehicle. The staff member stated that his vehicle was parked in lot No. 1A. He stated his vehicle was unlocked and the hangtag was missing on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
11:00 a.m. Feb. 8
Security responded to Crawford Residence Hall on a report of a theft. Upon arrival, security made contact with the victims, both female Drake students. The students stated that they left their room at approximately 9:02 a.m. that morning. They did not lock their door and returned to the room at approximately 9:20 a.m. When they went back to the room, it was locked, so they asked the residence assistant to let them in the room. Upon entering the room, they noticed the room had been rummaged through and items and money were missing with an approximate loss of $850. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and took a police report.
4:00 p.m. Feb. 8
A female Drake student entered the Drake security office to report that her vehicle had been tampered with. She stated on two separate occasions an unknown suspect loosened the lug nuts on her vehicle. The victim stated that the first incident occurred on Thursday, Feb. 2, when she parked her vehicle at 25th Street and Carpenter Avenue. The second incident occurred on Monday, Feb. 6 when she was parked in lot No. 1.
8:45 p.m. Feb. 9
Security personnel and the Des Moines Police Department were dispatched to meet a female Drake student who wanted to report a theft. The student stated on Thursday, Feb. 9, at approximately 6 p.m., she left her purse outside the “Movement Room” in the Harmon Fine Arts Center. She stated that when she returned at approximately 8 p.m. that evening, she noticed several items from her purse were missing. Des Moines Police Department took a report about the theft.
11:03 a.m. Feb. 10
Security personnel responded to Carnegie Hall on a report of a female Drake student who passed out. Upon arrival, the student was conscious and alert. She stated that she gave blood earlier that day and felt light-headed and sick, and then she passed out. Security asked if the student wanted further medical treatment, and she declined.
4:31 p.m. Feb. 11
While locking up the School of Education located on the 3200 block of University Avenue, Drake security personnel found a camera. The camera was placed into the evidence locker at Drake security for safe-keeping.
10:38 p.m. Feb. 11
Drake security personnel were notified by an anonymous call about an accident on University Avenue. Security responded and located the two vehicles involved on the 2900 block of University Avenue. Both vehicles were unattended and creating a traffic hazard. Security made contact with the registered owner of the vehicle that appeared to have struck a parked vehicle. The owner of the suspected vehicle was a female Drake student. The driver stated she had been drinking and struck the parked vehicle, then she left the scene. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and the student was arrested. The dean of students was notified about this incident.
1:49 p.m. Feb. 12
Security personnel responded to Hubbell Dining Hall on a report of a female Drake student who needed medical assistance due to an allergic reaction. Upon arrival, security was advised that the student self-administered an epinephrine injection and wished to be transported to a local hospital. Medics were advised and transported the student to a local hospital for treatment.