Police Blotter – 4/11/2014
Kevin Squires, Assistant News Editor
April 10, 2014
March 3 – Taylor Alford of Washington, Pa. was cited for disorderly house after being stopped on Midway Alley for a one-way violation.
March 3 – A resident of Fairview Drive reported her cell phone was stolen from her apartment.
March 3 – Christopher Lee of Memphis, Tenn. was cited for harassment stemming from an incident that took place on Feb. 26 on Normal Avenue.
March 4 – William D. Richards of Slippery Rock, Pa. was arrested for DUI after being stopped along Grove City Road for multiple traffic violations.
March 5 – Amanda Ashbaugh of Parker, Pa. was arrested for retail theft after taking items from the Sheetz store without paying for them.
March 5 – Steven McGinty of Boyers, Pa. was charged for theft after being observed stealing an employee’s coat from Giant Eagle.
March 5 – Derek Walker of Pittsburgh, Pa. was charged for retail theft after store security observed him on video stealing items from the Kwik Fill store.
March 5 – Casey Griffin of Grove City, Pa. was arrested for DUI after being stopped for driving the wrong way on a one-way street.
March 13 – Johnathan Traver of Slippery Rock, Pa. was arrested and placed in the Butler County Prison for violating a protection from abuse order.
March 14 – Nicklas Whalin of Slippery Rock, Pa. was cited for careless driving and possession of an open container after being stopped along West Cooper Street.
March 16 – Kurt Stephan of Haverhill, Mass. was arrested for DUI after being stopped for multiple traffic violations. Stephan was placed in the Butler County Prison.
March 27 – Johnathan Traver of Slippery Rock, Pa. was charged with harassment and placed in the Butler County Prison for violation a protection from abuse order again.
March 27 – A female customer at Sheetz reported her purse was stolen from her vehicle while parked at the Sheetz store. It was later determined that she left it at home.
March 28 – Luv Desai of Moon Twp., Pa. was arrested for DUI after being stopped for multiple traffic violations along Kiester Road.
March 29- A resident along South Main Street reported that a white male, approximately six feet tall with spiked brown hair wearing dark clothing smashed a window out of his car. The victim also reported seeing a white female, approximately 4’8” tall, come out of some bushes and ran in the same direction of the actor.
March 29 – Michael Mesinere of Pittsburgh, Pa. and Joshua Zivkovich of Gibsonia, Pa. were cited for an open container violation after being observed carrying open cans of beer along Maltby Ave.
March 30 – Anthony Cillo of Glenshaw, PA was arrested for DUI after being stopped for a traffic violation along South Main Street.
March 30 – Brian Fish of Glenshaw, PA, Zachary Guckert of West View, Pa., Zachary McCartan of Pittsburgh, Pa. and Griffin Mickail of Ross Twp., Pa. were passengers in a vehicle stopped for DUI and found to have been drinking. All four were cited for disorderly house.
April 4 – Asa Bennett of Grove City, Pa. was cited for disorderly house after being observed trying to open numerous car doors and vomiting along School Alley.
April 4 – Thomas Kelly Jr. of Washington, Pa. was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after being seen failing to stop for a stop sign along West Cooper Street.
April 3 – No one was hurt in a car accident in Lower Stadium Lot. Two cars were towed.
April 3 – Police investigated a marijuana odor at Building D. No one was around the room and no further action was taken.
April 3 – Police received a medical call for a passed out student at Spotts Classroom Building. An ambulance was dispached for treatment.
April 3 – Police were unable to locate the cause of a marijuana odor in Building A.
April 3 – An elevator alarm went off at the Robert M. Smith Student Center. Officers checked and no one was present in the elevator.
April 4 – Police assisted the Borough with a traffic stop on Maltby.
April 4 – Charges are pending for a drug violation in Building A.
April 5 – Charges are pending for persons causing displacement of chairs at Morrow Field House for the Honors Convocation.
April 5 – An emergency phone was activated on campus and checked but no one was around.
April 5 – The Borough requested assistance for two intoxicated persons at a traffic stop off campus.
April 5 – A metis alarm was set off at McKay Education Building. Everything was okay and the panel was reset.
April 5 – Cody Ammerman,18, Emma Pfeifer,18, Ausha Shaw, 18, and Tyler Woomer, 19, were issued underage citations for a drug violation in Building F.
April 6 – Police were unable to reset the fire alarm when it was set off from an unknown cause at the R.O.C.K. Apartments.
April 6 – Car damage was reported at the Lower Stadium Lot. The case is under investigation.
April 7 – Police issued a citation to a driver at West Lake Lane at a traffic stop.
April 8 – A door to Vincent Science Center was found to be improperly secured. Maintenance was notified to fix it.
April 8 – Police checked on a student who did not attend off campus teaching class. The student was okay. Police told the student to let everyone know he was okay.
April 8 – Burnt food set off the fire alarm at Building F.
April 8 – A bike was stolen from Boozel Dining Hall. The case is under investigation.
April 8 – Students were reported for running around on the roof of Watson. Police arrived but no one was around. Residence life will be having a follow up meeting for the incident.
April 9 – Multiple unsecured doors were resecured at Eisenberg Classroom Building.
April 9 – Maintenance was notified for external doors of Morrow Field House which could not be closed correctly.