Security Reports — 5/3/12

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8:00 a.m. April 12
It was reported to security that a Drake University employee received a note that was threatening in nature. The note was left on her vehicle, which was parked in the 1000 block of 36th Street. The note was left between the hours of 2 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, April 12. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and a police report was taken for harassment.

1:19 a.m. April 14
Security personnel were notified that there was a man lying on the ground at 24th Street and Forest Avenue. Security responded to the area to conduct a welfare check. Security made contact with the subject, later identified as a Drake student. The student appeared to be intoxicated; he was unable to stand up by himself. The student was of legal drinking age. The Des Moines Police Department and medics were called to the scene. DMPD arrived first, and at that time the student was taken into custody for public intoxication. The dean of students and the director of residence life were also notified about this incident and will conduct further follow up.

12:38 a.m. April 15
While on routine patrol, security personnel observed a female walking east on Carpenter Avenue towards 32nd Street. The female was having difficulty walking and almost fell multiple times. Security made contact with the female, who was later identified as a Drake student. The female appeared to be intoxicated; she had slurred speech, unable to stand unassisted and was not able to follow simple directives. The student was also under the legal drinking age. The Des Moines Police Department and the Des Moines Fire Department were summoned to the scene. It was later revealed that the student was in possession of another person’s driver’s license. DMPD took possession of the driver’s license. DMFD evaluated the student’s medical condition and left her in the care of a friend. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident and will conduct further follow up.

7:45 p.m. April 18
While on routine patrol on the 2400 block of University Avenue, security personnel were summoned by a non-Drake affiliated female. She stated that she works at a store located on the 2400 block of University Avenue. She stated she had to fire another co-worker today, and that he was very angry and agitated. She stated he refused to turn over the keys to the store and stated he would “take the store down.” The suspect fled the scene prior to the officers’ arrival. The owner was advised to contact the Des Moines Police Department to make a police report about this incident if he felt the threats were viable.

2:21 a.m. April 19
Security personnel were summoned to Carpenter Residence Hall on a report of a male subject harassing the monitor. Upon arrival, the monitor informed security that a male subject was trying to enter the building without following protocol. After being denied entry, the subject shouted obscenities at the monitor and left the scene. Security located the subject in the nearby area and identified the subject as a Drake student. The subject appeared intoxicated; his speech was slurred, and he had an unsteady stance. The subject was over the legal drinking age and was informed to go back to his room for the night. The monitor declined to make a police report for harassment with the Des Moines Police Department. This information was forwarded to the dean of students for review.

11:26 p.m. April 20
Security personnel responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall on a report of a female who had vomited in the stairwell. Upon arrival, security made contact with the female Drake student. The female was intoxicated and under the legal drinking age. She was alert, coherent and able to answer questions. The student was left in the care of two other students. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident and will conduct further follow up into this matter.

5:15 p.m. April 20
Security personnel were advised that there was a female intoxicated subject walking between Meredith Hall and Jewett Residence Hall. Security and the Des Moines Police Department made contact with the intoxicated student, who had been participating in Drake’s Street Painting event. The student had red watery eyes, slurred speech and was unable to stand unassisted. The student was intoxicated and made statements that needed to be assessed by mobile crisis. While waiting for mobile crisis, the student vomited at the scene. The Des Moines Fire Department, medics and mobile crisis all arrived on scene. Mobile crisis advised that the student to be taken to a local hospital for medical treatment. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified of this incident and will conduct further follow up with the student.

3:35 p.m. April 20
While on routine patrol in the 2700 block of Carpenter Avenue, security personnel observed a juvenile who had been previously advised that he was not allowed on Drake University property. Security made contact with the juvenile along with the Des Moines Police Department officers. The juvenile was released to the custody of his parents, and a police report was made for the juvenile’s trespass violation.

1:01 a.m. April 21
Security personnel responded to Herriott Residence Hall on a report of an intoxicated female being carried into the lobby by several people. Security arrived on scene and made contact with the female student, who was located in her room. The subject was intoxicated and under the legal drinking age. She was left in the care of her roommate. The roommate was advised to monitor the students condition, and if it worsened, to let the monitor know. Later that evening, the student contacted the monitor about the student’s status. Security arrived on scene and called for the Des Moines Fire Department and medics. The student was transported to a local hospital for treatment. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident and will conduct further follow up with the student.

12:36 a.m. April 22
While on routine patrol in the 3100 block of Carpenter Avenue, security personnel observed a male subject who appeared intoxicated. Security made contact with the male subject to conduct a welfare check. The male subject was unresponsive initially, so the Des Moines Police Department and medics were called to the scene. While waiting for emergency personnel, the subject began to become more alert to his surroundings and responsive to questioning. Emergency personnel responded to the scene, and the subject refused medical treatment. The subject was released at the scene and was transported via taxi service to a local motel.

1:54 a.m. April 22
While on routine patrol near the painted street, security personnel observed a male subject who was staggering while walking. Security approached the male subject, later identified as a Drake student, on Helmick Commons. The student was intoxicated and had an aggressive manner. He became defensive and hostile towards security when asked for identification. The student eventually provided security with an identification card, but it did not match the name given earlier by the subject. The identification card did not belong to the student. The student became aggressive with security when being questioned and poked one of the officers in the chest. This resulted in a physical altercation in which the subject was detained by security personnel and later arrested by the Des Moines Police Department. While the subject was being placed into custody by DMPD, the subject resisted arrest. The student was transported to a local hospital for treatment prior to being booked into jail. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified of this incident.

5:28 p.m. April 23
Security personnel were advised by a Drake staff member that a female subject was inside the School of Education asking for money. Security made contact with the non-Drake affiliated subject outside of the building and later advised her that she was not allowed on Drake property.

12:04 a.m. April 26
Security personnel responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall on a report of an intoxicated female. Upon arrival, security located the female Drake student who was intoxicated and under the legal drinking age. Due to the female’s physical condition, medics were called to the scene. The student was found in possession of a fake identification card. The card was taken into possession by security personnel. The Department of Transportation was also notified of this incident and will conduct further investigation and follow up. The student refused medical treatment and was left in the care of another student. The director of residence life and the dean of students were notified about this incident and will conduct further follow up into this matter.

1:44 a.m. April 26
Security personnel responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall on a report of a male student vomiting in the bathroom. Upon arrival, Security made contact with the Drake student that was underage and intoxicated. Medics were summoned to the scene and later transported the student to a local hospital for care. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident and will conduct further follow up into this matter.

12:51 p.m. April 27
Security personnel were flagged down by a female subject, and she advised that she just witnessed a hit and run accident. She stated the accident occurred in parking lot No. 16, which is located in the 2800 block of University Avenue. The owner of the vehicle was contacted and the Des Moines Police Department responded to the scene. The witness was able to provide a description of the suspect vehicle. DMPD took a police report and will conduct further follow up and investigation.

11:00 a.m. April 27
Security personnel were called to Carpenter Hall on a report of a male student that was assaulted on Thursday, April 26, at 11:30 p.m. The student stated he was assaulted in the 2600 block of University Avenue by another male Drake student. The student suffered minor injuries and had a complaint of pain to his ankle. The Des Moines Police Department was called to the scene and a police report was taken. The dean of students was notified about this incident and will conduct follow up with all of the involved parties.

3:11 p.m. April 27
Security personnel were informed that a vehicle was broken into in lot No. 24, which is located in the 2800 block of University Avenue. Security responded to the scene and made contact with the vehicle’s owner. The vehicle’s window was shattered and her Garmin GPS device was missing. She declined to make a police report.

7:15 p.m. April 27
Security personnel responded to Morehouse Residence Hall on a report of an intoxicated male student that was found passed out in the hallway by a staff member. Security made contact with the subject, who was highly intoxicated and underage. The Des Moines Police Department and medics were summoned to the scene. Due to the student’s physical state, he was transported to a local hospital by medics. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident and will conduct further follow up.

2:05 a.m. April 28
While security personnel were patrolling in the 3000 block of Forest Avenue, their vehicle was struck by another vehicle. The driver of that vehicle attempted to leave the scene of the accident in her vehicle. Security personnel stopped the female driver and detained her until the Des Moines Police Department arrived on scene. The female was intoxicated and was placed under arrest by law enforcement personnel and booked into county jail. The female driver was non-Drake affiliated.

2:16 a.m. April 28
Security personnel responded to Carpenter Residence Hall on a report of an intoxicated female student. Security made contact with the student, who had vomited. The student stated she had been drinking at a local bar. The student was alert and able to answer questions and appeared to not need medical attention. The student was left under the supervision of another student. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident and will conduct further follow up with the student.

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