A male student reported someone struck his vehicle while it was parked in the 2900 block of University Avenue shortly before he called it in to security. Friends observed his vehicle being struck but did not get a license number when the suspect vehicle drove off.
Security responded to Herriott Residence Hall based on report of a female student who was unconscious but is now conscious. The student has a medical condition and is on medication. Fire/Rescue was called and the student refused same.
While at Herriott Residence Hall a security officer smelled the odor of marijuana. Police who were already at scene because of the previously mentioned case and security responded to the room from where the odor was coming. The students in the room were uncooperative but admitted to having someone over earlier who was smoking in the room. The Director of Residence Halls has been notified.
A female student reported she had been receiving creepy harassing text messages. Police were called and the officers verbally chastised a male student who is believed to be the sender of the messages.
Security responded to the Goodwin and Kirk Residence Hall Complex based on report a person having problems swallowing. It was determined a female student has strep throat and is on medication. Fire/Rescue was called and the student refused transportation to any medical facility.
A female student reported her wallet and keys were stolen between 1:25 and 1:40 a.m. at a bar located in the 3000 block of Forest Avenue. It was later determined that a purchase of $9.20 was made at 1:43 a.m. at a nearby fast food restaurant.
A female student reported one check was stolen from her unlocked room at
1325 31st street on November 5 while she was moving out. The check was cashed for $375.00. A male suspect in the case has been identified.
Security and police responded to a two car accident in the 2800 block of University Avenue. A female student and a female not associated with the University were involved. There were no injuries and the female student was cited.
Security and police responded to the 2800 block of Brattleboro regarding a person looking into windows. It was determined someone had broken into a residence and stole a camera and laptop computer that was owned by a female student occupant. Drake Real Estate Office Personnel has been advised.
It was learned a male student reported to police that he was sexually assaulted by another male student at an off campus location.
Security responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall based on report from the hall coordinator about an extremely intoxicated male student. The underage for drinking student admitted to have been drinking and according to the coordinator had staggered into the building. His speech was not slurred and he seemed to understand questions being asked. A female student advised she would look after him for the remainder of the evening. His student friend who did not appear to be intoxicated had also admitted to drinking but not as much.
Security responded to Crawford Residence Hall based on report fire alarm. Overcooked macaroni and cheese were found in a barrel in the hallway. There was no fire or smoke.
A fake driver’s license was confiscated at Crawford Residence Hall and it will be turned over to an Iowa Department of Transportation Investigator.
A security officer observed a male stumbling around Jewett Residence Hall. The male identified as underage for drinking stated he had too much to drink. But, he and an underage for drinking female student companion were going to a bar located in the 2300 block of University because according to the female, they rarely check anyone. Police were called as the male was in no shape to walk and he did not have anyone he could call to get a ride to his residence. The male lied to police about his age and was arrested for intoxication. The Dean of Students was advised.
A security officer observed a vehicle being driven over a concrete divider in a Drake parking lot located in the 1300 block of 25th street. The vehicle was then driven to a Drake parking lot located in the 1400 block of 25th street where it was parked. All three underage for drinking male students (to include the driver) appeared to be intoxicated. One male student who stated he had not been drinking was advised to drive the car away. He was seen driving to their apartment that was a few blocks away. The matter has been coordinated with the Dean of Students.
It was determined that ceiling tile had been removed from a restroom on the third floor, west wing of Jewett Residence Hall. Trash and paper towels had also been strewn about.
Security responded to the Goodwin and Kirk Residence Hall Complex based on report of a suspicious person. It was determined a male was wandering around the hall and was seen going in an apartment and then men’s and women’s restrooms. It turned out the male was a student and was totally disoriented as to where he was and what he was doing. The student stated he had changed his medication. He was seen back to his residence and the Dean of Students has been informed.
A security officer observed what appeared to be a gun in a vehicle parked in a Drake parking lot that was located in the 1300 block of 27th street. The male owner student was called to scene, The fake gun was later confiscated.
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