University of Illinois Police Campus Safety Notices
- The University of Illinois Police Department received a report from a Campus Security Authority Monday evening that a student was sexually abused during the early morning on Friday, July 15, in a Champaign residence hall by a person known to the victim.
- The University of Illinois Police Department is seeking information about an incident which occurred at 1 a.m. Sunday in the 600 block of East Daniel Street, Champaign. A witness reported that he saw a large group of people arguing across the street from a campus bar, and one of the men fired a single shot into the air.
- The University of Illinois Police Department received a report Friday afternoon that a student was sexually assaulted at 10:15 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13, on the main Quad by a person known to the victim.
- The Champaign Police Department has arrested a man alleged to have sexually assaulted a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign student around 2:40 p.m. Tuesday in the 200 block of East White Street, Champaign.
The University of Illinois Police Department has received a report from a student that she was sexually abused at approximately 3:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 17, near Burrill Hall, 407 S. Goodwin Avenue, Urbana (map). The victim reported that 3 or 4 unknown college age males approached her, picked her up and groped her. No additional suspect information was provided.
- The University of Illinois Police Department has received a report from a Campus Security Authority that a student was sexually assaulted during the early morning on Saturday, April 9, at a fraternity house by a person known to the victim.
- The Champaign Police Department has informed the University of Illinois Police Department that a student reported being a victim of sexual abuse during the evening on Saturday, April 9, at a fraternity house by a person known to the victim.
- The University of Illinois Police Department on Monday received a report that a student was sexually assaulted early Sunday morning, Feb. 7, at a fraternity house by a person known to the victim.
- The Champaign Police Department requested today that we notify you of four recent incidents, all of which occurred in similar areas just off-campus.
- We have new information about the alleged attempted robbery which was the subject of Sunday’s Campus Safety Notice. The person who reported that the incident occurred at 8:30 p.m. Saturday near First Street and Gregory Drive, Champaign, has told investigators that the incident never occurred.
- A robbery took place at approximately 0200 a.m. on Sunday, January 24, in the parking garage of the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts (KCPA), 500 S. Goodwin Ave.
- An attempted robbery took place at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 23, 2016, near the intersection of Gregory Drive and First Street in Champaign.
The victim was walking northbound on the west sidewalk in the 700 Block of South Sixth Street, when an offender unknown to the victim ran up from behind and struck the victim in the back of the head causing the victim to fall to the ground and blackout. The victim was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The offender was described as a male with an average build, approximately 6 feet tall wearing a gray sweatshirt and matching gray sweatpants. The offender was last seen running southbound from the scene.
- The victim reported being in his parked vehicle at 1006 W. Stoughton, Urbana, when two offenders approached him and asked to use his cellphone. When he refused, one of the offenders displayed a small gun. The other offender demanded his money, wallet and phone. After the victim provided them with his money, the offenders pulled him from the car and an offender struck the victim in the head with the gun. They took his cellphone, watch and wallet. Both offenders fled northeast from the area. The victim was not seriously injured. The first offender is described as a short male, wearing a black mask and jacket. The second offender is described as a tall, skinny male wearing a red jacket and beanie. Both are described to be in their late teens to early twenties.
- Not long after we sent out today’s earlier Campus Safety Notice regarding a pepper-spray incident on the Quad, we received information helping us to identify the juvenile offender and others who were with that person at the time. We are continuing to investigate.