12/2/22 Blotter

Published by Nina Cipriani, Date: December 2, 2022
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CONTENT WARNING: This edition of the police blotter contains mentions of self harm. Please use caution before reading. 


November 18 – An elevator Ephone from Building A rang in to University Police. The individuals in the elevator accidentally hit the call button. No further police action was taken.

November 18 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Building F. The officer said the cause was burnt popcorn. The alarm panel was reset.

November 19 – Police received a call from a person that was in anaphylactic shock in North Hall. The officer stayed with the patient until EMS arrived. The individual refused to be transported to the hospital. No further police action was taken.

November 19 – Police received a hang up call from the front desk in Building A. The dispatcher tried to return the call but no one answered. The officer was able to contact the person along Rock Pride Drive. The individual was underage and intoxicated. Jeweliana Whipkey, 19, was cited with an underage and public drunkenness citation.

November 19 – Police received a call from a person that was possibly trying to harm themselves in Building B. Police waited with the individual until EMS arrived. The person was transported to Butler Memorial Hospital for further treatment.

November 20 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Building F. The officer said the cause was a resident that did not add water to their mac and cheese. The panel was reset.

November 20 – Police received a call from a person who had a seizure in Building F. The person was transported to Butler Memorial Hospital for further treatment.

November 20 – Police received a fire alarm activation from the ROCK Apartments. The officer said the reason was burnt food. The panel was reset.

November 21 – Police received a call from an individual saying an alarm went off and no activated alarms were present on the panel. The caller said the door was propped open by the trash compactor. The person closed the door.

November 21 – Police observed a vehicle that was running with its headlights on. The officer checked the vehicle and found a person sleeping. All was OK.

November 21 – Police received an alarm activation from Boozel Dining Hall. Safety responded to the location.

November 21 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Watson Hall. The cause was burnt food. The alarm system was reset.

November 21 – Police received a call from a concerned parent who said their son’s ride was on campus to pick him up but his cell phone was going straight to voicemail. The parent requested that the police conduct a welfare check. Police contacted the son who was sleeping in Building D and his phone died. All was OK. The parent was notified.

November 21 – University Police assisted Slippery Rock Borough Police with pushing a vehicle off the roadway and into a parking lot on Kiester Road.

November 21 – Police received a call from an individual saying their boyfriend wanted to harm himself in Building A. Police spoke with the person and all was OK.

November 22 – Police received a call from an individual in the Eisenberg Classroom Building who received an odd voicemail. The person just wanted the police to be aware of it.

November 22 – Police received a call from a motorist who said a silver Dodge just hit their vehicle and failed to give them their contact information. The person said the vehicle was missing a gas cap. The officer located the vehicle and the information was acquired.

November 23 – The Slippery Rock Borough Police Department utilized the Datamaster with a possible DUI.

November 23 – Police were requested to conduct a welfare check in Building F. The officer was unable to contact the individual in their room. The individual returned a call to the officer and said they were just out shopping. The individual was told to call the concerned party. No further police action was taken.

November 24 – Police were requested to conduct a welfare check on an individual in Building F. The individual was sleeping. No further police action was taken.

November 26 – Police were requested to assist the Pennsylvania State Police, SRPD and Slippery Rock Fire Department with a fire alarm activation at the Slippery Rock Area Middle School. SRPD was able to reset the alarm system.

November 28 – Police received a panic alarm activation in Old Main. The officer said an individual accidentally hit the button. The panel was reset.

November 29 – Police received a complaint of property damage of a sign that was knocked over near the Swope Commuter Parking Lot. The officer identified the driver. A traffic citation was filed.

November 30 – Police observed property damage where a vehicle drove through the grass and caused damage near the Ski Lodge Parking Lot. The damage occurred on Nov. 17 and the driver’s vehicle was identified. Charges are pending.

November 30 – Police received a fire alarm activation from the Aebersold Recreation Center. Safety was notified. The cause was a basketball hitting it and knocking it off the wall mount. The system was reset.

November 30 – Police received a complaint about an individual sending unwanted text messages to their roommate in Building B. The officer spoke with the individual and the case was referred to Student Standards.

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Nina is a senior communication major with a concentration in converged journalism and a certificate in global and intercultural communication. Nina serves as editor-in-chief for her second year. In her nearly four years on staff, Nina has written about 100 stories and staff editorials. Outside of The Rocket, Nina is the vice president of Lambda Pi Eta and serves on multiple advisory boards on campus. In her spare time, she enjoys watching documentaries and listening to music.

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