Police Blotter

Published by adviser, Author: The Rocket, Date: September 19, 2013
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Sept. 12 – Police responded to a traffic accident on Kiester Road. There were no injuries.

Sept. 12– Christopher Hapke, 19, was issued an underage citation after a report of an alcohol violation at Building D.

Sept. 12 – Drugs and paraphernalia were seized when an officer observed a drug violation at Rhoads Hall. The case is under investigation.

Sept. 13 – A male was transported to Grove City Hospital when police responded to a call from Building E.

Sept. 13 – There was a report of drug activity at North Hall. The case is under investigation.

Sept. 13 – There was a report of harassment at Building A. The case is under investigation.

Sept. 14 – Police responded to an alcohol violation at Rhoads Hall. The student was referred to student standards.

Sept. 14 – Police found the loading dock doors unlocked at the Advanced Technology and Science Hall. The premise was checked and secured by officers.

Sept. 14 – Police responded to an accidental trip of the Metis alarm at the Robert M. Smith Student Center.

Sept. 15 – A student was transported to Grove City Hospital when the Health Center requested an ambulance.

Sept. 15 – A fire alarm was set off at the R.O.C.K. Apartments. Police responded to discover the cause as burnt food.

Sept. 15 – There was a report of vehicle damage at Stadium Lot B. The case is under investigation.

Sept. 15 – Mei Chem, 56, was cited for disorderly conduct at East Lake Lot when police responded to a report of a male urinating inside the tennis courts.

Sept. 16 – A student was transported to Grove City Hospital when the Health Center requested an ambulance for a male suffering with nausea and dizziness.

Sept. 16 – Police responded to a fire alarm set off on the second floor of Building E. The alarm was triggered by burnt popcorn.

Sept. 16 – Police responded to an accidental trip of the Metis alarm system on the third floor of the Robert M. Smith Student Center.

Sept. 17 – A drug violation was reported at Watson Hall. The students were referred to student standards.

Sept. 17 – Safety was notified when police responded to a 911 call reporting a student falling outside of Vincent Science Center. The student refused ambulance service.

Sept. 17 – A maintenance van was hit by a car while on Normal Avenue. No damage was reported.

Sept. 17 – A student accidentally left her cell phone in the bathroom of Vincent Science Center. She checked back later to discover it was no longer in the bathroom. The case is under investigation.

Sept. 17 – Police responded to a report of an unconscious student at the Robert M. Smith Student Center. The student regained consciousness and left, not wanting to wait for an ambulance.

Magistrate

Sept. 11 – Richard Berkihiser, 63, of Baden, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and disregarding a traffic lane.

Sept. 11 – Jamin Klingensmith, 32, of Slippery Rock, was charged with simple assault and harassment.

Sept. 11 – Brandon Gurowski, 20, of Slipper Rock, was charged with theft by unlawful taking of movable property and receiving stolen property.

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