Police Blotter 04-25-2014
April 24, 2014
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April 5 – Victor Santoyo, 20, was issued a citation for disorderly conduct for a previous incident.
April 15 – Police responded to a report of harassment at the campus police building. Incident was referred to the FBI.
April 16 – Police issued a citation to a driver at Morrow Way at a traffic stop.
April 16 – Police responded to a theft of monies from an office at Patterson Hall. The case is still under investigation.
April 17 – Victor Santoyo, 20, Kevin Farinelli, 20, Craig Gill, 18, Robert Kaup, 19, and Shawna Sefton, were issued underage citations.
April 17 – Police checked the roof of the Jack Dinger Building after students were reported running on it.
April 17 – Police responded to a call for a check of a student at Building F. Police talked with student, everything was okay.
April 17 – Police responded to smoke detector activation in Building E. The room was checked and everything was okay.
April 17 – Police received a call for a female who fell outside of Building E. Ambulance was requested for a leg injury. The student was transported to Grove City Hospital.
April 17 – Burnt food set off a smoke detector at the the R.O.C.K. Apartments. Everything was okay and the alarm was reset.
April 17 – Police responded to smoke detector activation due to burnt chicken and rice at the R.O.C.K. Apartments. Everything was okay and the alarm was reset.
April 17 – Police issued a citation to a driver at Field House Road at a traffic stop.
April 18 – Grass damage was reported outside of the Old Stone House. The incident is under investigation.
April 20 – Courtney Powell, 20, was issued an underage citation for a drug violation in Building A.
April 21 – Police responded to a female who passed out in the Eisenberg Classroom Building. Student was driven to the McLachlan Health Center for treatment.
April 21 – A metis alarm was set off at Advanced Technology and Science Hall. Everything was okay and the system was reset.
April 21 – No one was hurt in a car accident in Swope Commuter Lot.
April 23 – Police responded to a theft report of monies from an unlocked locker. Incident is under investigation.