Security Reports: 4/12/11

April 11, 2012 5:26 PM

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7:05 p.m. April 3
A female Drake student came to the Security Department and reported she was being harassed via text by another female Drake student. The Des Moines Police Department was called to the scene, but the victim declined to file a police report. This incident was reported to the dean of students and to the director of residence life for further follow-up and review.

8:08 a.m. April 5
Security personnel responded to Carpenter Residence Hall on a report of a naked male lying on the floor in one of the residence rooms. The female occupant of the room stated she spent the night at her boyfriend’s last night. When she returned this morning, she found a naked male lying on her floor. She stated she recognized him as a Drake student but did not know his name. The student was later identified, and after investigation, it was determined that the male student had been drinking (the student is under the legal drinking age) and was invited back to the room by a resident in Carpenter to engage in sexual relations. This incident has been referred to the dean of students and the director of residence life for review.

10:52 p.m. April 6
Security personnel responded to Crawford Residence Hall on a report of a possible overdose. Upon arrival, security personnel located a female Drake student who was intoxicated. Security personnel were advised by the reporting party that she, the intoxicated female, and another female Drake student were out at a local bar and were drinking alcohol. All three involved females were under the legal drinking age. The intoxicated student was also in possession of what appeared to be a fake Iowa driver’s license. The intoxicated student was conscious and breathing but not responsive and alert. The Des Moines Police Department and medics were summoned to the scene. Medics transported the student to a local hospital. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified and will follow up with the involved students. The Department of Transportation was contacted and will conduct further investigation for the fake identification card.

9:00 p.m. April 8
Security personnel were advised that an assault occurred in the 1300 block of 21st Street (off campus). The suspects were described as a group of male and female juveniles. The juveniles physically assaulted another juvenile and shot him with a BB gun. Injuries are unknown at this time. Security canvassed the area and located a group of juveniles on Carpenter Avenue, and the group matched the description sent out by the Des Moines Police Department. Security detained one of the juveniles while several others ran from the scene. Security was contacted by a male Drake student, who stated he was approached by the group of juveniles that ran from security outside of Old Main. The student stated the juveniles lunged at him as if they were going to assault him. The student did not wish to pursue criminal action against the juveniles that confronted him. DMPD responded to the scene. The detained suspect was identified as one of the suspects who were involved in the assault of the other juvenile. DMPD conducted a trespass advisement and is conducting the investigation and follow-up with this case.

10:26 p.m. April 8
Security personnel responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall on a marijuana odor investigation in one of the residence rooms. Security made contact with a Drake staff member, who advised them of the room that the odor was resonating from. Security made contact with the occupants of the room. They were both Drake students: one male and one female. Security questioned the students about the marijuana odor. They stated they were not smoking marijuana and that this was not their room. The resident was a female Drake student. She was contacted, and upon further investigation, marijuana and drug paraphernalia were located in her possession. The Des Moines Police Department responded to the scene and took possession of the marijuana and drug paraphernalia. DMPD will conduct any further follow-up or investigation. The male Drake student was found in possession of a Swiss army knife, which is a violation of campus policy. The knife was taken by security personnel and will be held at the Security Office. The dean of students and the director of residence life were also notified about this incident.

Security Reports: 3/29/12

March 28, 2012 7:34 PM

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10:17 p.m. March 9
Drake security personnel were alerted by a fire alarm that was activated at Ross Hall. The Des Moines Fire Department responded to the scene, and after inspection the duty engineer reset the alarm.

12:58 p.m. March 9
Drake security personnel responded to Crawford Residence Hall to investigate a marijuana odor report. Upon arrival, officers made contact with two male Drake students that reside in the room the marijuana odor was coming from. Upon inspection of the room, marijuana and other paraphernalia were located. Both the male Drake students were under the legal age to possess alcohol and were also found in possession of alcohol. The Des Moines Police Department responded to the scene, and the students were issued a citation for the offenses. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident.

2:30 p.m. March 9
While on routine patrol, security observed three male subjects on the roof of Carpenter Residence Hall. Security responded to the room with the residence advisor as the three students were coming back into the room via the window. All three subjects were advised they would be held responsible for any damage to the screen and door handle. Facilities have been notified along with the director of residence life.

9:16 p.m. March 9
Drake security responded to the 3200 block of Forest Avenue on a report of an overdose of a 21-year-old male. Security and the Des Moines Police Department arrived on the scene and made contact with the male Drake student, who was intoxicated and of legal drinking age. Due to the student’s physical condition, he was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

11:53 p.m. March 9
Security responded to Ross Hall on a report of a damaged fire extinguisher box. Upon arrival, security observed the broken front glass. The case was closed with no further investigation due to a lack of witnesses and physical evidence.

1:51 p.m. March 10
Security responded to Ross Hall on a marijuana odor investigation. Security located the room the odor was emanating from and made contact with the two male Drake students that occupied the room. Upon inspection of the room, drug paraphernalia and alcohol were located. The Des Moines Police Department responded to the scene and both students were issued citations for possession of drug paraphernalia. The dean of students was notified about this incident.

4:32 p.m. March 10
While on routine patrol, security personnel observed a vehicle parked in the fire lane located on the 2900 block of Forest Avenue. When Security approached the vehicle that was occupied by two non-Drake affiliated males, they saw marijuana paraphernalia in plain view. DMPD responded to the scene and the subjects were advised of criminal trespass for Drake University.

12:38 p.m. March 12
A female Drake student reported that she parked her vehicle in the rear of the house she is renting on the 1400 block of 30th Street. She stated that she parked her vehicle on March 10 at approximately 6 p.m. and returned to her vehicle on March 12 at approximately 10:45 a.m. The student reported that various items were missing from her vehicle. She stated she locked her vehicle, but there were no signs of forced entry. DMPD responded to the scene and took a police report about the theft. Case closed due to no physical evidence or witnesses.

1:04 a.m. March 13
While on routine patrol, security personnel observed a suspicious vehicle that was parked in lot No. 1. The vehicle was running and the windows were fogged up. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer observed a male and female partially clothed. Both of the subjects were later identified as Drake students. In plain view, the officer observed drug paraphernalia and called for the Des Moines Police Department to respond to the scene. DMPD advised subjects of the potential repercussions to their actions. This incident is being forwarded to the dean of students for review.

9:56 a.m. March 13
Security personnel were dispatched to the fourth floor of Herriott Residence Hall regarding a reported fire that occurred in the men’s restroom. Upon arrival, security personnel were notified by facilities that a burnt notebook was located in one of the shower stalls. There was fire damage to the stall that the burnt notebook was located in. DMPD and DMFD arrived on the scene to investigate this incident, which is awaiting final disposition.

7:19 a.m. March 14
A fire alarm was activated in Olin Hall. Security personnel responded to the scene and assessed the area and advised the dispatch center it was the alarm only. The Des Moines Fire Department and facilities responded to the scene. DMFD advised the scene was secure and students and staff were allowed back in the building. Facilities are currently working on the identified issue with the alarm.

3:50 a.m. March 14
Security personnel responded to Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall on a report of a laundry machine that had been tampered with. Security met with a vendor from the company that owns the coin operated dryer. Upon inspection of the machine, there was damage to the mechanism that accepts the coin and the coin box. Due to lack of physical evidence and witnesses, this case is closed for investigation. The timeframe of this incident is unknown.

2:22 p.m. March 14
Drake security personnel responded to Morehouse Residence Hall on a report of a female Drake student receiving threats via text messages from another female Drake student. Upon arrival, the victim showed security the threatening messages on her cell phone. DMPD was contacted per the victim’s request and a police report was taken. DMPD will conduct the follow-up investigation, and the dean of students and the director of residence life were notified.

6:01 p.m. March 19
Security personnel observed a male cutting food with a knife in front of Cowles Library. The officer made contact with the subject and advised him of the no weapons policy at Drake University. The subject became agitated and refused to provide security with an identification card. Due to the subject’s agitated state and the weapons violation, security advised the subject that he had to leave campus. The subject refused and stated he was allowed to be on campus because he had a library access card. The Des Moines Police Department was called to the scene to conduct a trespass advisement. While security personnel were waiting for DMPD to arrive on scene, the subject reached for his backpack that contained a knife that was easily accessible. Security advised the subject not to reach for the backpack, but he failed to comply, which resulted in a physical altercation. The subject was detained by security personnel and arrested for trespass and assault by DMPD.

9:39 a.m. March 20
Security personnel responded to Meredith Hall on a report of a theft. Upon arrival, security personnel were informed by two female staff members that their belongings were stolen from one of the rooms in Meredith. The Des Moines Police Department responded to the scene and took a report for the theft. DMPD was later notified that some of the stolen belongings were recovered from a local restaurant. Those items were returned to the victim. DMPD will conduct further follow-up and investigation.

9:18 p.m. March 21
Security personnel observed a male subject on the west side of Hubbell Dining Hall urinating on the wall. Security approached the non-Drake affiliated male, who began to make verbal threats. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and the subject was arrested for public urination and was issued a trespass advisement.

11:11 p.m. March 22
Security personnel observed a non-Drake affiliated male who had been identified as a possible suspect in a theft case walking on the south side of Herriott Hall. Security made contact with the subject and requested the Des Moines Police Department to respond to the scene. DMPD responded to the scene and the subject was later found in possession of drug paraphernalia after a consent search was conducted. The subject was arrested and received a trespass advisement.

10:53 p.m. March 25
Security personnel observed a suspicious vehicle parked in lot No. 6 located on the 1100 block of 25th Street. The vehicle was occupied by one male and one female, both non-Drake affiliated subjects. A third non-Drake affiliated male was later identified at the scene. The vehicle had been parked for over five minutes and had multiple subjects that were approaching the vehicle. Security made contact with the occupants and upon a consensual search of the vehicle located drug paraphernalia indicative of sales of marijuana. The Des Moines Police Department responded to the scene and all three subjects were placed into custody.

Security Reports: 3/12/12

March 11, 2012 8:21 PM

10:46 a.m. March 7
Security and the Des Moines Fire Department responded to Olin Hall because of a fire alarm. It was determined the alarm was coming from the pent house. Facilities services arrived and a bad heat sensor was located. On the same date at 5:17 p.m. a second fire alarm report came into the security office for the same alarm. Facilities replaced the sensor at this time.

7:02 p.m. March 7
Security and the Des Moines Police Department responded to the 1300 block of 33rd Street on a report of a robbery of a Drake student. The male student stated he was walking in the 1300 block of 33rd Street when a male adult about 6 feet, 200 pounds, wearing a hooded black sweatshirt approached him and asked for money and cigarettes. When the victim told him he did not have any money or cigarettes, the suspect punched him and kicked him, and the victim fell to the ground. The suspect then took the victim’s wallet and ran from the scene. Medics were called but the victim refused treatment. Security and police checked the area for the suspect, but he was not located.

9:50 p.m. March 7
A male Drake student came into the Security office to report that his MacBook Pro was stolen out of his residence hall. He did not wish to file a police report.

5 p.m. March 7
A female Drake student came into the security office to report she had received some harassing phone calls from an unknown male last week.

11:30 p.m. Feb. 17
Security personnel responded to the 2400 block of University Avenue when they were informed that a large group of people were gathering and becoming disorderly. Upon arrival, security observed the Des Moines Police Department placing into custody a male student for public intoxication/underage consumption. During

Security Reports: 3/8/12

March 7, 2012 4:32 PM

2:29 a.m. March 1
While on patrol, security was stopped by a Drake student at a residence hall. The male student wanted to report an incident that occurred on Feb. 18, 2012 at 2 a.m. The student reported that he was leaving a local restaurant in the 3000 block of Forest when a male in his 20s approached him and tapped him on the shoulder. Then the male grabbed him and demanded money. The Drake student threw the suspect to the ground and left the area. No money was taken and the student was not injured.

1:22 a.m. March 2
Security and police responded to 34th Street and Forest Avenue on a report of a car accident. Officers arrived and found a non-Drake affiliated female sitting in a vehicle that struck the rear of a parked vehicle. She was not injured but was intoxicated. She was arrested for operating while intoxicated.

7:58 a.m. March 2
Security and Des Moines Fire Department responded to Olmsted Center on report of a fire alarm going off. When officers arrived it was determined that the alarm was coming from the basement kitchen. A pull station was hit by an unknown person. Fire units arrived and the alarm was reset.

3:22 p.m. March 5
Security responded to Meredith Hall on a report that a female student was ill. Des Moines Fire and Rescue was called. The student was transported to a local hospital.

11:26 a.m. March 6
Security on patrol observed a couch on fire in the 1500 block of 28th Street. Des Moines Fire Department was called and firefighters put out the fire. The only damaged property was the couch.

Security Reports: 3/5/12

March 4, 2012 5:46 PM

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4:34 a.m. Feb. 25
While on routine patrol in front of Herriott Residence Hall, security observed a vehicle parked in the fire lane. Security made contact with a staff member who advised that the owner of the vehicle was a male student who was intoxicated. The staff member asked the student for his identification to enter the hall. The student made threatening statements and fled the scene in his vehicle. Security saw the vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed and was driving erratic. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and responded to the scene. DMPD and security arrived on scene and the student was placed into custody for public intoxication. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident.

11:35 p.m. Feb. 25
Security personnel responded to Carpenter Residence Hall on a report of an intoxicated female student. Upon arrival, security made contact with the student who was intoxicated. The Des Moines Fire Department and medics were contacted and responded to the scene. The student was assessed by medics. The student refused further medical treatment or transport to a local hospital. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident.

1:31 a.m. Feb. 26
Security personnel responded to Carpenter Residence Hall on a report of an intoxicated female student. Upon arrival, security made contact with the student who was intoxicated. The Des Moines Fire Department and medics were contacted and responded to the scene. The student was assessed by medics. She refused further medical treatment or transport to a local hospital. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident.

4:31 a.m. Feb. 26
Security personnel responded to the Harmon Fine Arts Center on a report of a non-Drake related male in the building. Security made contact with the subject who had been previously advised that he was not allowed in the building. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and advised the male that if he returned he would be subject to arrest.

8:00 a.m. Feb. 27
Security personnel responded to Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall on a report of a microwave that was on fire. Upon arrival, security was informed by a female student that she placed a burrito wrapped in aluminum foil into the microwave and the foil caught on fire. There was no visual damage to the microwave or the residence hall. The Des Moines Fire Department also responded to the scene.

11:50 p.m. Feb. 28
Security personnel responded to Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall on of a report a female student refusing to leave the room of a male student. Upon arrival, security was informed by the male student that he did not want any further contact with the female student and that he had told her in the past to leave him alone. The dean of students was notified about this incident along with the director of residence life.

Security Reports: 3/1/12

February 29, 2012 5:40 PM

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6:22 p.m. Feb. 20
Security personnel were monitoring the Des Moines Police Department radio traffic when they were advised of a vehicle pursuit that ended with a collision in the 1400 block of 27th street in parking lot No. 17. The suspect fled the scene on foot and left the vehicle, which was occupied by two female non-Drake affiliated subjects. Drake security personnel and DMPD canvassed the area and located the suspect. The suspect was placed into custody with no further incident.

12:53 p.m. Feb. 21
Security personnel responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall on an odor investigation. Staff reported a smell of marijuana coming from one of the rooms. Security made contact with the occupants of the room: one female student, one male student and another non-Drake related male. Security noticed the strong smell of marijuana from the room and conducted a room inspection where a pipe for smoking marijuana was located. The students admitted to smoking marijuana approximately a half hour before security’s arrival. The dean of students was notified about the incident.

9:26 a.m. Feb. 21
Security personnel were advised by a staff member that while sorting through the mail at Herriott Residence Hall she picked up an envelope that leaked an unknown white powdery substance. Security notified the Des Moines Police Department, the Des Moines Fire Department, hazardous materials and the postal office. Emergency personnel responded to the scene immediately. The residence hall was evacuated while emergency personnel secured the scene and began their investigation. Security was approached by a male student who admitted to sending a letter containing a white powdery substance as a joke. The scene was deemed secure by emergency personnel and the residence hall was re-opened. The postal inspector is further investigating this case. The dean of students was notified about this incident.

4:24 p.m. Feb. 21
Security personnel were advised by a staff member that a suspicious male was seen wandering the hallways at Jewett Residence Hall. Security responded to the scene and noticed a man matching the description provided. As security approached the man fled on foot. Security made contact with the subject who was non-Drake affiliated. The male stated he was trying to sell some equipment and CDs, which were not in his possession. The subject was advised that he was not allowed on campus.

12:23 a.m. Feb. 22
Security personnel were contacted by a Drake staff member of Jewett Residence Hall and were informed that a theft had occurred. Security spoke to the victim who was a male student. The student stated that he left his room on Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. He stated when he returned later that night at approximately 8 p.m. he noticed several items missing. The student stated he was unsure if he locked his door or not. The student contacted the Des Moines Police Department and a police report was taken.

12:26 a.m. Feb. 22
Security personnel were contacted by a male student who stated his ex-girlfriend, who is non-Drake affiliated, was outside his residence on the 1200 block of 24th Street. He stated he was concerned she may harm herself and requested security respond. Security, the Des Moines Police Department and mobile crisis arrived on scene. Mobile crisis assessed the situation and spoke to the female party to conduct a welfare check.

4:35 a.m. Feb. 24
Security personnel were advised the Des Moines Fire Department and medics were en route to the Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall on a medical call. Emergency personnel arrived on scene and transported a male student to a local hospital for complaint of severe pain to the lower left back.

Security Reports: 2/23/12

February 22, 2012 10:18 PM

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2:15 p.m. Feb. 13
Security personnel were notified by a male student that he was assaulted in the 1100 block of 26th Street. The student stated that as he was walking down the alley, an unidentified male subject approached him. He stated the subject appeared intoxicated and asked him to use his cell phone. The student stated that when he said “no,” the subject struck him one time on the left side of his face with a closed fist. The student stated he was not injured and declined medical attention. The Des Moines Police Department also responded to the scene and spoke to the student. The student declined to press charges for the assault.

9:54 a.m. Feb. 16
Security personnel responded to Carpenter Residence Hall at the request of a Drake staff member who was reporting a student injury. Upon arrival, security personnel made contact with a female student. The student stated that she started taking a new medication recently. She informed officers she was walking down the stairs in Carpenter when she passed out and fell, hitting her head. She also stated that she believes she was unconscious for a few minutes. The Des Moines Fire Department and Medics arrived on the scene and the student was transported to a local hospital.

11:00 a.m. Feb. 16
Security responded to Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall on a report of a theft. Upon arrival, a female student reported that her laptop was stolen. She stated that she left her room at approximately 7:30 a.m. When she returned to her room at approximately 10:30 a.m., she noticed that her computer was missing. The student stated she left her room unlocked. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and a police report was taken.

7:47 a.m. Feb. 17
Security responded to Carpenter Residence Hall on a report of an intoxicated male student. Security made contact with the student and made the following observation: he smelled of alcohol, was missing his shoes and had dried vomit covering the right side of his face and shirt. The student was alert, declined medical care and responded to security personnel’s questions. He was released into the care of his roommate. The dean of students was notified about this incident.

11:30 p.m. Feb. 17
Security personnel responded to the 2400 block of University Avenue when they were informed that a large group of people were gathering and becoming disorderly. Upon arrival, security observed the Des Moines Police Department placing into custody a male student for public intoxication/underage consumption. During the course of the arrest, the student assaulted a police officer. The student was remanded into custody with the additional charge for assaulting a police officer. The student was also found in possession of a fake identification card.

11:46 p.m. Feb. 18
Security responded to Carpenter Residence Hall on a report of an intoxicated female student. Upon arrival, security personnel made contact with the intoxicated student. Medics were called and the student was transported to a local hospital for care. The dean of students was notified about this incident.

1:58 a.m. Feb. 18
Two students, one male and one female, were contacted by the Des Moines Police Department in the 2800 block of University Avenue. The female student was intoxicated and lying on the ground. The male student was also intoxicated and was trying to assist her off the ground. Both students stated that they had been drinking alcohol at a local bar this evening. Security ensured that the students were escorted back to their residence halls. Security was informed by the DMPD that they confiscated two fake identification cards. The dean of students was notified about this incident.

3:50 a.m. Feb. 18
Security personnel responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall on a report of a male student that was intoxicated and had been vomiting. Upon arrival, security made contact with the student, who was alert and conscious. The student stated he had been celebrating his birthday this weekend and had at least 11 drinks this evening. Medics were called to the scene. The student declined to be transported to the hospital by medics and stated a friend would take him. Upon further investigation, it was revealed that the student was in possession of a fake identification card.

3:51 a.m. Feb. 18
Security personnel responded to Morehouse Residence Hall on a report of a male student who was intoxicated and vomiting blood. Upon arrival, security made contact with the student who was sleeping and had dried vomit on his lap. The student appeared intoxicated but was alert and aware of the situation. The student stated he had been drinking earlier that evening. The student was left in the care of his roommate. The dean of students, director of residence life and the residence assistant were advised of the situation.

6:25 p.m. Feb. 18
Security personnel responded to Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall to meet with a female student who wanted to report that an ex-boyfriend, who was also a Drake student, would not leave her alone. She declined to make a police report but requested security inform him not to contact her anymore. Later, security was contacted by both parties, and both stated that they are requesting that the no-contact condition between them be removed. The dean of students and the director of residence life were notified about this incident.

Security Reports: 2/16/12

February 15, 2012 7:13 PM

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.

Security Reports: 2/9/12

February 8, 2012 7:58 PM

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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.

Security Reports: 1/30/12

January 29, 2012 5:51 PM

10:59 a.m. Jan. 17
Drake Security personnel were notified by a Drake staff member that a projector was taken from the Fine Arts Center. An unknown suspect(s) entered the Fine Arts Center and used force to remove a projector that was mounted from the ceiling and secured with a cable lock. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted, and a police report was filed. The value of the projector was approximately $2,400.

6:30 a.m. Jan. 18
Drake Security personnel were notified via email by a Drake staff member that she had slipped on a patch of ice yesterday morning. She stated that she slipped in front of the northeast steps of Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall. Facilities were notified of this incident. The staff member denied medical attention and stated her knees were slightly bruised.

4:49 p.m. Jan. 20
While on routine patrol, Drake Security personnel observed a vehicle parked in the intramural fields parking lot located on the 1600 block of 30th Street. The vehicle was occupied by two male subjects. Security contacted the subjects to conduct a welfare check. Upon contacting both subjects, a strong odor of marijuana emanated from the vehicle. Both subjects are non-Drake affiliated and admitted to smoking marijuana prior to the officer’s arrival. Both subjects were advised that they were not allowed on campus and left the area without further incident.

9:39 p.m. Jan 20
Drake Security personnel responded to 31st Street and University Avenue on a report of a motor vehicle accident with injuries. Upon arrival, security found this to be a solo car accident involving a female, approximately 50 years old and unknown if she is Drake affiliated. The female was unconscious and appeared to have a head injury. The Des Moines Police Department and medics arrived on scene and the female was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

4:34 p.m. Jan. 21
Drake Security personnel observed a female in the 1200 block of 24th Street attempting to park her vehicle. She struck the vehicle that was parked behind her and fled the scene with her headlights off. Security contacted the Des Moines Police Department, which conducted a traffic stop. The female was identified as a Drake student and was arrested for OWI/Hit and Run. The dean of students was informed of this incident.

10:23 a.m. Jan. 22
Drake Security personnel responded to Hubbell Dining Hall due to a fire alarm/ smoke detector that was activated. Security contacted the Des Moines Fire Department, which responded to the scene. After the DMFD inspected the area, it advised that the scene was secure and reset the alarm.

12:35 p.m. Jan. 22
Drake Security responded to the Fine Arts Center on a report of a possible theft from the CADD lab. Upon arrival, security contacted the reporting party, which was a Drake student. The student stated that when he went to the lab, he noticed that one of the glass panels on the lab door had been shattered. After Drake staff inventoried the room, it was determined that two computers and one projector were missing. The projector was mounted from the ceiling and was secured with a cable lock. The Des Moines Police Department was contacted and a police report was filed. Facilities were notified, and the door was repaired.

7:44 a.m. Jan. 23
Drake Security was advised by a Drake staff member that it appeared as though several cars have been rummaged through in lot No. 33. Upon arrival, officers noticed two vehicles that appeared to have been rummaged through. The owners, who are both female Drake students, were contacted by the officers. Upon inspection of the vehicles, the only item that appeared to be missing was a car cell phone charger. There were no signs of forced entry to either vehicle.

2:55 a.m. Aug. 27
Drake Security personnel were notified by a Drake staff member that there was a subject near the front entrance of Aliber Hall. The subject was reported to be aggressive in nature and screaming at others as they walked by. Security contacted the identified individual. He appeared agitated and aggressive and started to shout obscenities at security personnel. Security advised the non-Drake affiliated male that he was not allowed on Drake property, and that if he returned he would be arrested for trespassing. The Des Moines Police Department also informed the subject of the trespass advisement. The subject left the area without further incident.

Security Reports: 1/26/12

January 25, 2012 4:15 PM

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9:30 a.m. Dec. 12
A former male Drake student contacted security and informed them of a theft that occurred in October 2011. The student stated that another male Drake student took three of his textbooks without his permission. He stated that the Drake student then went to the Drake University bookstore, returned them and kept the money from the sale of his books. The student was advised to contact the Des Moines Police Department to make a police report. The dean of students was notified about this incident.

6:14 a.m. Jan. 6
Security personnel responded to parking lot No. 22, located in the 2900 block of Forest Avenue, on a report of a theft from a vehicle. Security arrived on the scene and spoke to a male Drake student, who stated that he parked his vehicle in lot No. 22 on Jan. 5 at approximately 6:30 a.m. He stated that when he returned on Jan. 6 at 1:32 a.m., he noticed his backpack was missing. The student stated that he locked his vehicle when he left. There were minor visible scratches above the driver’s side door.

2:34 a.m. Jan. 6
Drake Security was notified about a robbery that occurred at a local business. This incident occurred in the 1100 block of 24th Street on Jan. 6. The business was located on a Drake Real Estate owned property. An unknown male suspect entered a business residence and demanded money from the clerk. The suspect did not brandish a weapon, but implied he had a weapon. The clerk complied with the suspect’s directives. The suspect then fled the scene. The Des Moines Police Department was notified and responded to the scene.

6:13 p.m. Jan. 6
Drake Security personnel were given the lost and found property that was located in the Bell and Knapp Centers. These items were given to security by a Bell Center monitor. The following items will be kept at the security office for safe keeping: four wrist watches, seven pair of glasses, one MasterCard credit card, one cell phone, one camera, one MP3 player, one iPod, one battery pack and eight sets of keys.

3:10 a.m. Jan. 8
While on routine patrol in the 2300 block of University Avenue, security personnel observed a dispute. Involved parties were two males and one female, all of whom were non-Drake affiliated individuals. During the dispute, security observed one male subject break a bottle and run towards the other male and female. Security notified the Des Moines Police Department, who arrived on scene shortly after and arrested the suspect.

9:57 p.m. Jan. 10
While on routine patrol Drake Security personnel found a purse lying on the ground in parking lot No. 4. Security identified the owner of the purse by the identification found in the purse. Security contacted the non-Drake affiliated female and informed her that her belongings were being held at the security office for safekeeping. The purse was returned to the owner who inventoried the purse. She stated everything was there except for one five dollar bill. She declined to make a police report.

10:46 p.m. Jan. 10
A female Drake student came into the Security Office and turned in a brown wallet she found in the Knapp Center. The wallet contained a Drake University identification card that belonged to a male Drake student. The student was contacted by Security personnel. The next day he came to the security office and his wallet was returned. He stated it did not appear anything was missing from his wallet.

9 a.m. Jan. 11
Security personnel were notified by Facilities that a door to one of the dorm rooms in the Ross Residence Hall was locked with a chain from the inside. Security opened the room to conduct a welfare check since the rooms are supposed to be vacant at this time. While inside the room, security noticed what appeared to be three city signs mounted on the wall. This is in violation of the residential policy. The signs were removed and are being stored at the security office for further investigation. The director of residential life was informed of this incident.

9:30 a.m. Jan. 13
Drake Security was advised by a female Drake student that a theft had occurred. The student stated she parked her boyfriend’s vehicle in parking lot No. 22, located in the 2900 block of Forest Avenue this morning at approximately 12:30 a.m. She stated she was unsure if she locked the vehicle or not. She stated when her boyfriend, also a Drake student returned to his vehicle this morning at approximately 8 a.m. he noticed some of his belongings scattered in the parking lot. After inventorying his vehicle, the victim stated that his laptop and some computer accessories were the only items missing. DMPD was contacted and a police report was taken.

4:02 p.m. Jan. 14
Security personnel responded to the Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall on a report of a male student who had collapsed. When Security arrived on scene they made contact with the Residential Advisor and the Drake male student who was conscious and alert. The student declined medical services and stated he had not had much to eat or drink all day.

2:12 a.m. Jan. 15
While on routine patrol in the 2600 block of Forest Avenue, Security personnel observed two small outside light posts had been damaged. It appears an unknown suspect(s) used force to knock over the light post. Facilities was contacted and responded to the 2600 block of Forest Avenue to repair the posts.

1 a.m. Jan. 16
Drake Security personnel responded to the 1000 block of 24th Street to assist DMPD officers with two intoxicated Drake students. DMPD advised that the male and female Drake students were intoxicated and entered a parked vehicle which was not owned by either student. Both students were transported to a local hospital for assessment and treatment. Later that evening dispatch was advised that both students were transported to county jail for public intoxication. The dean of students was notified about this incident.

9:30 a.m. Jan. 17
Security personnel responded to 30th Street and Forest Avenue on a report of a vehicle accident. Upon arrival Security made contact with both parties who were not Drake affiliated. Both parties stated they were not injured and declined medical attention. DMPD arrived on scene and a police report was taken.

10 a.m. Jan. 17
A female Drake student contacted Drake Security to report that her bicycle was stolen. She stated she secured her bicycle with a lock to one of the bicycle racks located on the southwest side of Drake West Village One Residential complex. The student stated the theft occurred sometime over the break. She was advised to contact DMPD to make a police report and to update security with that case number.