Police Reports: November 19, 2021 – The Bradley Scout

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  • At 12:01 am on November 10 at Bradley Hall, a student reported that two other female students were asking her to end her friendship with a student they were interested in, threatening violence if she did not comply. The two students in question sent the victim notes indicating her home address and threats of assault. The victim told police the threats had lasted for six months at the time. The victim was put under protection on campus to avoid further conflicts.
  • At approximately 10:30 p.m. on November 12 at the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity home, an unaffiliated female underage drinking was transported to the Methodist Hospital by ambulance. The female was found by a member of the fraternity in the bathroom with a friend of hers and with her head in the toilet. Although she was still awake, she was not alert and continued to lose consciousness over time. When medics arrived, it was discovered that she had consumed alcohol at a formal off-campus event with four cups of a mixed drink in addition to smoking a vape pen. Advanced Medical Transport then took her out of the house and into the ambulance.
  • At 10:30 p.m. on November 13 at University Hall, a student fell ill after consuming alcohol in her bedroom and at the off-campus Saddle Up club. When Bradley Police arrived at the scene, they were greeted by the student’s roommate and resident counselor in the hallway, with the student vomiting into a trash can. When asked what happened, the student said she had drunk Monaco (a pre-mixed cocktail), two shots and three beers. She also said she lost her fake ID and phone while she was out. The student was assessed by doctors and was allowed to stay in her room.
  • At approximately 3:25 p.m. on November 16 at Harper Hall, a student said she had a reaction to her recent COVID-19 vaccination. She said that after receiving the vaccine (the mark of which was not reported), she noticed that she felt unwell. The student called the police who arrived at the scene with the AMT. After the AMT checked to see if the student was okay, they asked her if she wanted treatment in the hospital, which she declined.

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