Police Blotter 4-4-2014
April 3, 2014
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March 26 – Police responded to a female students having seizures at Rhodes Hall. The female was transported to Grove City Hospital.
March 26 – Residents were evacuated from Building B following a fire alarm being activated. The alarm was set off by burnt food and residents were allowed back in.
March 26 – Police received a call for a marijuana odor. The reported person had already left the area when police arrived.
March 26 – A steamy shower set off the fire alarm in Building E.
March 27 – Fire alarms in the R.O.C.K. Apartments and Building A were set off by burnt food.
March 28 – Pa. State Police requested assistance from campus police when a security guard at the University Village failed to answer their phone. Campus police notified the state police that no one was on duty at the University Village at that time.
March 28 – Police responded to a female student who took too much medication at Vincent Science Hall. She was transported to the Health Center to be checked.
March 28 – A sorority forget to turn off the alarm at the Ski Lodge when using the facility, causing campus police to respond.
March 29 – Gavin Duda, 19, was arrested for a drug charge when police initiated a traffic stop at East Lake Lot.
March 29 – A student reported her car damaged at Lot C. The case is under investigation.
March 29 – Steam in a shower set off a fire alarm in Building F.
March 29 – Clayton Kemerer, 19, was issued an underage citation for an alcohol violation in Building B.
March 29 – Keenan Delien, 19, Eric Klebanski, 20, were issued underage citations when police initiated a traffic stop at East Lake Lane.
March 29 – The fire alarm in Building D was set off by burnt food.
March 30 – Maranda Flamm, 18, and Tavita Lio, 19,were issued underage citations after a traffic stop on Green and White Way.
March 30 – The fire alarm in Building B was set off by burnt food.
March 30 – Samantha Kirsch, 18, Kristin McCarthy, 18, Madison Stern, 18, and Sam Sikorski, 19, were issued underage citations when police responded to a noise complaint in Watson Hall.
March 30 – The Health Center requested an ambulance. The student was transported to Butler Hospital.
March 31 – Nicole Fasse, 19, was issued a drug charge for smoking marijuana near the Water Tower Lot.
March 31 – The fire alarm in the R.O.C.K. Apartments was set off by burnt food.
March 31 – Police responded to a false emergency alarm at Eisenberg Classroom Building.
April 1 – Police found an empty building when checking the Ski Lodge after an intruder alert.
April 1 – Police responded to a fire alarm at Building E but remain unknown as to what caused the alarm to be triggered.
April 1 – Police responded to the odor of marijuana at Building D. Contraband was seized and the case will be forwarded to the Student Conduct Office.