Police Blotter 10-21-2010


  • Burglary was reported at The Beef Stand, 611 E. Green St. on Monday morning.
  • According to the report, an unknown suspect forced an entry into a locked office and stole currency from the cash drawer.
  • Residential burglary was reported at the 300 block of West Green Street on Monday afternoon.
  • According to the report, the victim’s cell phone was stolen from his room, although no forced entry was reported.
  • Theft was reported at the 500 block of East John Street on Friday.
  • According to the report, a 22-year-old offender from Gurnee, Ill., stole a surveillance camera from the apartment commons area.
  • A 24-year-old male was arrested for possession of cannabis, and another 24-year-old male was arrested for illegal transportation of liquor, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and driving without a license by the intersection of University and Fourth streets on Sunday night.
  • According to the report, their vehicle was stopped for failure to signal, and officers noticed the odor of cannabis emanating from it. Two open bottles of alcohol were found, along with 0.4 grams of suspected cannabis found under the passenger seat.
  • A bicycle was reported stolen by an unknown individual at the 500 block of East Clark Street on Monday morning.
  • A lost or stolen license plate was stolen from a motorcycle at the 100 block of East Healey Street on Monday afternoon.


  • A 19-year-old female student was arrested for theft at the ACES Library, 1101 S. Goodwin Ave. on Wednesday morning.
  • According to the report, she was found using a laptop computer valued at $1,700 that was reported stolen in September. University police were notified the computer was logged onto the campus wireless network.
  • A female faculty member reported she had been unlawfully restrained in the first floor restroom at the Edward R. Madigan Lab, 1201 W. Gregory Dr. on Thursday afternoon.
  • According to the report, the employee said she was using the stall when she saw an unknown black male looking at her from outside of the stall that had been opened slightly. He then tried to enter the stall as the woman pushed the door closed and was nearly overpowered. The suspect hid in a stall as another woman walked in and fled when that woman walked out.

Compiled by Brendan Denison