Nov. 28 – Chelsey Werner, 20, of Greensville, Pa., was seen for manufacture, delivery of possession with intent to manufacture or deliver; possession of a controlled substance by a person not regulated, and use/possession of drug paraphernalia. She was released on her own recognizance.
Nov. 28 – Thomas Libitzer, 22, of Leechburg, Pa., was seen for two counts of DUI, disregard of traffic lane and careless driving. She was released on her own recognizance.
Nov. 28 – Marshall Martin, 18, of Grove City, was seen for marijuana – small amount for personal use and four counts of use/possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released on his own recognizance.
Nov. 28 – David Gall Jr., 38, of Harmony, Pa., was seen for receiving stolen property and conspiracy – receiving stolen property. He was released on his own recognizance.
Nov. 15 – There was a report of a vehicle window being painted in the Lower Stadium Lot. There was no damage. The case is under investigation.
Nov. 15 – There was a report of theft of monies at Aebersold Recreational Center. The case is under investigation.
Nov. 18 – Jaquan Cornish, 19, was cited with underage consumption of alcohol after an officer observed an intoxicated individual at the Smith Student Center.
Nov. 18 – Ryan Zamboni, 18, was cited with public drunkenness after a report of an intoxicated and disorderly individual at Boozel Dining Hall.
Nov. 19 – There was a report of a damaged vehicle at the McKay Staff parking lot. The case is under investigation.
Nov. 19 – A request was made for officers to search for an individual who had not returned home from the bar on Harmony Road. The campus police and Slippery Rock Borough Police searched with negative results. The incident was referred to the Pennsylvania State Police. The individual was later found.
Nov. 25 – An officer confirmed a stolen firearm. The firearm was confiscated. The incident was referred to the West Virginia State Police.
Nov. 26 – Dominic Faieta, 18, was cited with burglary, criminal mischief, and harassment after a previous report of harassment and criminal mischief at Watson Hall on Nov. 12.