May 12, 10:30 p.m.
Security personnel observed two male subjects urinating on a sign located outside of Carpenter Residence Hall. Security attempted to make contact with the subjects who fled on foot. Security personnel made contact with one of the subjects later identified as a Drake student. The subject appeared to have been drinking but was of legal drinking age. The subject smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech. The subject was referred to the dean of students for the above listed offenses.
May 4, 6:15 p.m.
Security personnel responded to the 2400 block of Clark Street on a report of an attempted burglary. Security personnel met with the victim who stated the following: On Thursday, May 4, at approximately 6:15 p.m. he was taking a nap when he was awakened by a loud knocking sound. As he began to walk towards the door an unknown juvenile kicked in the door. Once the juvenile saw that the victim was home he began to run southbound on Clark Avenue towards Forest Avenue. The victim chased the suspect and stopped the pursuit when he saw that the juvenile was accompanied by three other male juveniles. DMPD responded to the scene and will conduct the investigation in this case.
May 5, 12:24 p.m.
Security personnel were advised that three male subjects were walking in the 2500 block of Forest Avenue kicking over light poles and throwing the tops of them into the street. Security arrived on scene and located three possible subjects in the 2400 block of Forest Avenue. Security detained the subjects and questioned them about the incident. All three subjects denied any involvement. The reporting parties/witnesses were contacted and an in field line up was conducted. The witnesses were not able to positively identify the suspects. All three subjects were released without further incident.
May 5, 7:35 p.m.
Security personnel responded to Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall on a report of a stolen banner that was believed to be in one of the residence rooms. Security knocked on the door and was greeted by a non-Drake affiliated female who was over the age of 21-years-old. They were four Drake male students and one other female who was also a Drake student in the room. All of the Drake affiliated students were under the legal drinking age and were in a room that had alcohol present. While security was in the room they located the missing banner along with several other missing bulletin boards. The missing banner and other items were returned to their rightful owners. The underage students were referred to the dean of students and the director of residence life for review of possible sanctions.
May 6, 2:53 a.m.
Security personnel responded to Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall on a report of two female Drake students that were harassed. Upon arrival security made contact with the students who reported the following: On Sunday, May 6, at approximately 2:50 a.m. they were walking in the 1300 block of 30th Street. They stated an unknown male subject driving a Silver Pontiac GS slammed on his breaks and exited his vehicle. They stated the subject offered them $1,000 for sexual acts. The students declined his advances and informed him they would pepper spray him if he did not leave. The subject left the scene without further incident. Case closed due to lack of known investigative leads.
May 9, 5:15 p.m.
Security personnel responded to Lot No. 34 located in the 1200 block of 30th Street on a report of a theft from a motor vehicle. Security made contact with the owner of the vehicle. He stated he parked his vehicle ion Tuesday, March 8. When he returned to his vehicle today he noticed that the right passenger window was shattered and his Apple iPhone and Blackberry phone charger was missing. Case closed due to lack of known investigative leads.
May 12, 1 p.m.
A male Drake student came to the Security Office to report harassment by a non-Drake affiliated female. The Drake student reported that an ex-girlfriend has been contacting him via-email, by phone and in person after he advised her not to contact him. The Drake student was advised to contact local law enforcement and was given community resources.
May 13, 3:35 p.m.
Security personnel responded to the area of 29th St. and University Ave. on a report of four juveniles that were in possession of a BB gun. Security detained two juveniles matching the description provided by DMPD. One juvenile was found in possession of a cap gun. DMPD arrived on scene and informed security the cap gun was stolen from a local convenience store. DMPD returned the cap gun to the store and the juveniles were transported to their residence and released to the care of their parents.