10:18 a.m. January 28 — A student reported that a computer tablet was stolen from an unattended backpack on the East Peoria Campus.
4:30 p.m. January 28 — Campus Police intervened in a domestic dispute on the East Peoria Campus between two individuals who had a prior relationship. Both subjects left campus separately with other family members.
10:22 p.m. January 28 — Damage was discovered to fixtures in a restroom on the North Campus. Maintenance was notified to repair the damage.
11:40 a.m. January 29 — A male suspect in the cafeteria on the East Peoria Campus concealed several items in his jacket and left without paying. He was confronted by a cafeteria employee who retrieved the stolen items. The suspect fled and was not located, but the employee provided ICC Police with a detailed description.
8:04 a.m. January 31 — An ICC officer on patrol at WoodView Commons observed a case of beer in a vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was located. He stated the beer was not his, it was being held for a friend. Since alcoholic beverages are prohibited on campus and at WoodView, the beer was confiscated and place into evidence storage. The resident was issued an ICC Regulation Violation Notice ($75.00 fine) for possession of alcohol and referred to the dean of students for additional action.
6:45 a.m. February 2 — A Maintenance employee clearing the sidewalk with a snow blower on the North Campus said a piece of ice thrown by the machine accidentally caused an exterior building window to shatter.
3:45 p.m. February 5 — The rear window of a vehicle parked on the East Peoria Campus was shattered. It is unknown how the damage occurred.
12:50 p.m. February 6 — A purse turned into Lost and Found contained a small amount of marijuana and a hitter pipe. When the owner of the purse came to claim it, she was issued an ICC Regulation Violation Notice ($75.00 fine) for possession of cannabis and referred to the dean of students for additional action.
5:30 p.m. February 7 — A cab company reported that their driver was having problems with a customer in the WoodView Commons parking lot. An ICC officer responded with East Peoria Police. The person appeared to be having health related issues. Paramedics responded to the scene and evaluated the subject.
2:30 p.m. February 9 — An iPhone left unattended in the Career Center on the East Peoria Campus was stolen.
10:30 a.m. February 10 — Management reported several apartment windows at WoodView Commons were damaged after being struck by projectiles. Investigation of the crime is in progress.
3:00 p.m. February 10 — A smoke detector activated in an apartment at WoodView Commons. A pan overheating on the stove had caused it to sound. There was no fire, so the apartment was aired out and the resident returned.
1:30 p.m. February 11 — ICC officers investigated a complaint of an assault at WoodView Commons. An investigation determined that two residents had engaged in a verbal argument, but no criminal violation had occurred. The matter was referred to WoodView management.
8:00 p.m. February 12 — ICC Police responded to an anonymous call of an unauthorized person living at an apartment at WoodView Commons. The subject was located and told to leave the property.The matter was referred to WoodView management.
1:05 p.m. February 20 — ICC officers responded to a complaint of an argument in an office on the East Peoria Campus. Officers mediated the dispute and referred the matter to the dean of students.
9:30 a.m. February 21 — An ICC officer on patrol at WoodView Commons observed a quantity of beer in a vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was located. He stated the beer was not his and that it was being held for a friend. Since alcoholic beverages are prohibited on campus and at WoodView, the 31 beers were confiscated and placed into evidence storage. The resident was issued an ICC Regulation Violation Notice ($75.00 fine) for possession of alcohol and referred to the dean of students for additional action.
ICC Traffic Crash Statistics – January 28 to February 23, 2015
- Motorists on College Drive approaching the crosswalk at Nature Court and all other crosswalks are reminded to slow down and stop for pedestrians crossing the roadway.
- Pedestrians are reminded to watch for traffic when crossing the roadway. Don’t let your smartphone distract you from being safe around traffic.