Crime Advisory 10/28/18
ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE
October 28, 2018
Campus Crime Advisories are issued to warn of possible dangerous conditions on or near the Illinois State University campus. For a complete listing of Crime Advisories, including full suspect descriptions if available, and the Daily Crime Log of the Illinois State University Police go to the Illinois State University Police website at http://Police.IllinoisState.edu/.
On 10/28/18, at approximately 3:00 AM, Normal Police responded to several fights at a large party in the area of University Court near Willow Street. While there, witnesses reported hearing two gunshots nearby and observing two unknown suspects fleeing the area. Shell casings were later found in the vicinity, but no injuries were reported.
Normal Police is continuing to investigate this incident. Anyone with additional information is encouraged to call Normal Police Department at (309) 454-9535, or McLean County Crime Stoppers at (309) 888-1111.
CRIME PREVENTION TIPS:
-Use Redbird Safe Walk for walking escorts 24 hours a day, 365 days a year; Dial 309-438-WALK
-Stay alert to your surroundings and the people around you. Avoid wearing headphones, talking or texting on your cell phone, or anything, which can distract you, including the excessive consumption of alcohol.
-Travel in groups and avoid going out alone at night.
-Plan the safest route to your destination; choose well-lighted, busy pathways and streets.
-If someone is bothering or harassing you, tell the person in a loud voice to STAY AWAY.
-Carry your cell phone with you and be prepared to call 911 with a suspect description.
-If you are a victim or witness, call the police immediately and try to remember as many details as possible.
-Call police immediately if you observe suspicious activity.
This Crime Advisory is issued in compliance with the Timely Notice provisions of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, a federal statute governing the reporting and disclosure of crimes on college campuses.