It was reported that a woman was sexually assaulted Sept. 8, 2019 at a hotel in Chicago by an acquaintance. The incident was reported to the University of Illinois Police Department because a U. of I. student is believed to be involved.
A U. of I. employee reported Oct. 26 that someone had painted graffiti on an exterior wall of U. of I. parking garage C-9, 409 E. Chalmers St., Champaign. An estimated cost to remove the graffiti was not immediately available.
At 11:18 p.m. Thursday at their apartment in the 300 block of East Green Street, Champaign, U. of I. students Kevin M. Graham, 19, and Christopher H. Hartrich, 20, were issued city of Champaign notices to appear in court for hosting a nuisance party. Police were initially called to the apartment because of a loud party. Officers observed that more than 10 people were in attendance, in violation of a local health code.
It was reported Friday that someone had painted graffiti on an exterior wall of Noble Hall, 1209 S. Fourth St., Champaign. An estimated cost to remove the graffiti was not immediately available.
Felipe De Jesus Guevara Sanchez, 27, of New York, was arrested at 6:40 p.m. Friday at a gas station in the 1800 block of North Cunningham Avenue, Urbana, for aggravated kidnapping and forcible detention. Police learned Friday afternoon that a meeting to exchange custody of a kidnapping victim for cash was to occur at the gas station. Police went to the meeting location, and Guevara Sanchez arrived in a van with several other people, including the kidnapping victim. It was determined that the other people in the van were kidnapping victims as well. No one was physically injured. The investigation is ongoing.
At 3:20 p.m. Saturday at a fraternity house in the 200 block of South Third Street, Champaign, U. of I. student Jake D. Orlowski, 21, of Champaign, was issued a city of Champaign notice to appear in court for hosting a nuisance party. Police were initially called to the house because of a loud party. Officers observed that more than 10 people were in attendance, in violation of a local health code.
A woman reported that her wallet containing cash, identification and banking cards had been stolen around 4 p.m. Saturday on campus. The exact location of the theft is unknown. The woman reported that her debit card was subsequently used without her permission at a convenience store near campus.
There will be no police report on Tuesday because of the state holiday. Daily police reports will resume Wednesday.