A security officer observed a male and female walking along the Harmon Fine Arts Center and the male was trying to open doors. When stopped, the male stated it was OK because the female’s sister lived there. It was determined that both were not students but the female was the sister of a student who lives in Jewett Residence Hall. Both stated they had been to a bar in the 2300 block of University Avenue and that no one asked them for ID to enter. The female was hooked up with her sister at Jewett and the male called a friend who was not intoxicated to give him a ride.
Security responded to Carpenter Residence Hall based on report of an uncooperative resident on the first floor. The underage-for-drinking male student and his two underage for drinking male student comrades were reluctant to cooperate, but in the end, the resident of the room did and liquor and beer were confiscated and dumped out. A resident assistant was present.
A security officer heard shouting from a third floor window in Jewett Residence Hall. Officers went to the room and two underage for drinking male students and two underage-for-drinking female students occupied the room as well as an underage-for-drinking female not associated with the university. What alcohol from the party remained was dumped out by the female student. A residence hall coordinator was present.
A member of the faculty reported a Drake University computer was stolen from her office in the Fine Arts Center between 12:30 p.m. on Feb. 24 and 8 a.m. on Feb. 28.
A fake Wisconsin driver’s license was found near Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall and everything on it matched that of a male student except for the date of birth. The license has been turned over to an Iowa Department of Transportation investigator and he will be in touch with the student who was not a resident of Goodwin-Kirk, but rather Ross Residence Hall.
Security was notified by Des Moines Police of a stolen vehicle that might be in the Drake area. A security officer observed the vehicle near 31st Street and Brattleboro Avenue at 11:20 p.m. Security followed the vehicle at a safe distance and coordinated with Des Moines Police the whole time. The two occupants exited the vehicle in the 2700 block of College Avenue and at 11:30 p.m. the two were arrested and taken into custody.
Security responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall based on complaint that a male had refused to show proper identification to enter the hall. The male student was talked to by the security officer.
A male student reported he had injured his ankle in the Bell Center the night before and was unable to walk. He was transported to the American Republic Health Center.
Security confiscated a baseball bat from a male student outside of Stalnaker Residence Hall. He was sent back to Carpenter Residence Hall where he resides.
A female was found sleeping in Olmsted Center by staff. The student stated she had found an opened door and entered the building. She was seen safely back to her own residence on 24th Street.
A security officer found a marijuana pipe outside the southeast corner of Opperman Hall and confiscated the item.
Security responded to Crawford Residence Hall based on report of a marijuana odor. A cigarette was found in an ashtray and the occupant of the room stated his friend who was not a Drake student had smoked the cigarette. There was no sign of marijuana in the room.