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Security was called to south lobby of FAC near the box office on injury. Someone had fallen down the stairs and wanted to talk. A Drake student male was found laying at the second level base of stairs. He stated that he had pain in his left elbow and buttox that he was nauseated. Fire/rescue was called. The Drake male student stated he had fallen down 15 stairs, after tripping on the tread cap at the top of the stairs. He refused to go to the hospital.
Dispatch received a call from a female Drake student saying she had been attacked on the east side of Cole Hall. The suspect’s description is white male in his 20s, 6’2”, black hair, slender build wearing a dark puffy coat. She was walking to her boyfriend’s house on 25th street the boy walked up from behind her and asked her if she had cigarettes. She stated she did not. He grabbed her by the shoulders and shook her asking for cigarettes and ran away. She was not injured.
A security officer observed a male student carrying a knife in his sock. The knife was confiscated.
A security officer observed suspicious activity by three males who were stopped near the tennis center. They were all students and one possessed two blunts and the other had a fake driver’s license. Police were called and the fake ID was confiscated. The officer had the students destroy the blunts.
It was reported that someone had vomited in a restroom in the Goodwin-Kirk Residence Hall. Damage was also done to soap dispensers. A witness observed a male exit the restroom after hearing the disturbance.
A male was observed on CCTV removing his shirt in the 2900 block of University Avenue and displaying his physique to anyone passing by. He appeared to be having difficulty walking. He approached a fire hydrant, appeared to embrace it and then began licking it. He then walked behind an evergreen tree and appeared to be unfastening his trousers. He was stopped and questioned about his curious behavior. The 22-year-old male student didn’t seem to have a reason and denied urinating behind the tree. He did state that he commonly experiences a glitch that causes his zipper to lower itself out of the blue. He could not give a reason for his affection toward the fire hydrant. He was escorted off campus.
A male student reported damage to his vehicle while it was parked in a Drake parking lot located in the 1400 block of 28th Street. A note was left on his vehicle from a person who stated she had struck it. She left a phone number for him to call.
A 19-year-old male student advised that he left a bar in the 2300 block of University Avenue and was assaulted by an unknown male in the south stairwell of Ross Residence Hall. The student stated the male pushed him after words were exchanged and caused his hand to smash into a fire extinguisher glass case. He refused medical assistance but requested police. A residence hall staff member was called to the scene.
Security observed what appeared to be a fire behind 1308 32nd St. It was determined a male student had a campfire going in his backyard, and a friend threw a La-Z-Boy into the fire and ran away. The student would not release his friend’s name. The fire department was called and the fire was extinguished. The matter has been turned over to fire investigators.