Police Blotter

Amber Cannon, Assistant News Editor
August 28, 2014

Campus

Aug.  2  – Burnt food set off a fire alarm in Building D. The alarm was checked and reset.

Aug.   6  – Burnt food set off a fire alarm in Building A. The alarm was checked and reset.

Aug. 9 – The dock doors were found unlocked at the Robert M. Smith Student Center. The building was secured by the police.

Aug. 11 – Police found outer garage doors left open at the Morrow Field House. Doors were checked and secured by officers.

Aug. 12 – Police responded to an e-phone that was flashing at McKay parking lot. No one was around and a work order was placed to have the e-phone checked.

Aug. 15 – Pennsylvania State Police requested assistance from campus police for a car crash on Harmony Road.

Aug. 16 – Doors were found unsecured by the greenhouse at Vincent Science Hall. Officers secured the doors.

Aug. 16 – Police responded to a panic alarm going off at North Hall. The alarm was set off accidently. Alarm was reset.

Aug. 18 – A driver reported backing into a mailbox on Kiester Road. No injuries occurred and no other action was taken.

Aug. 18 – Police responded to a complaint of skateboarders grinding on rails in the Quad. The individuals were removed and advised of the SRU policy on skateboarding.

Aug. 18 – A fire alarm was set off due to burnt popcorn at the R.O.C.K Apartments. The building was checked and the alarm was reset.

Aug. 21 – Police responded to a call of possible drug activity in Building B. Contraband was seized and the case is under investigation.

Aug. 21 – Fire alarms were set off at Building F due to an unknown reason. Alarms were reset.

Aug. 23 – Justin Kemmler, 20, Philip Tomko, 21, were issued drug charges for a previous violation.

Aug. 25 – Police received a call from the Robert M. Smith Student Center for student feeling dizzy. The student was escorted to the Health Center to be examined.

Aug. 25 – A burnt paper towel set off a fire alarm in the R.O.C.K Apartments.

Aug. 25 – Police responded to a false intruder alarm at the Ski Lodge.

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