Police Blotter

Published by adviser, Author: Amber Cannon - Asst. News Editor, Date: April 9, 2015


April 2 – A resident along West Water Street reported that sometime between March 30 and April 2, an individual broke out the rear window of her vehicle.

April 2 – A hit-and-run occurred along South Main Street where a white Ford van struck a parked car and did not stop.

April 6 – Joshua Dora was charged with fleeing a police officer, recklessly endangering another person and numerous other charges after a vehicle pursuit that occurred on April 3.


April 2 – Police were called to the quad for a disturbance between a male and a female. Officers checked on them and everything was fine. 

April 2 – There was a call for an unknown vehicle that hit an unattended car in the Kraus Hall Lot.

April 2 – Police responded to a female that was unconscious at Patterson Hall. The female was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

April 3 – There was a call to meet a person who thinks someone damaged her car. The case is under investigation.

April 3 – Police received an intruder alarm from the SGA Bookstore. Officers checked the area and the building was secure. A message was left for the manager to check the intruder system.

April 4 – A motorist reported that a car was in a ditch along Harmony Road. The area was checked and no one was around. Officers notified the Pennsylvania State Police.

April 4 – Police and an ambulance were called for a female that was unconscious at Morrow Field House. The female was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

April 6 – A broken bathroom pipe in the basement of the Advanced Technology and Science Hall caused the area to flood. Officers shut off the water to the building until maintenance could arrive.

April 6 – An intruder alarm at the Ski Lodge was accidently tripped by maintenance. The panel was reset.

April 6 – Police were called for a female who passed out at Spotts. The female was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

April 6 – A curling iron set off a fire alarm at Building F. The alarm was reset.


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