Blotter 9/23/16

Published by adviser, Author: Logan Campbell - Asst. News Editor, Date: September 22, 2016
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September 16- Police were called to the Health Center for reports of an assault.

September 16- Police dispatched EMS at the request of the nurse to the Health Center.

September 17- Jazmine Wiliams, 20, was charged with disorderly conduct after police were called to the Rock Apartments for an odor of marijuana.

September 17- Police receivedĀ an intruder alarm, police responded and found a person in the Harrisville Building doing homework, he was asked to leave.

September 17- Alexander Butelli, 18, was charged with an alcohol violation in Building E.

September 17- William Fiumara, 18, was charged with an alcohol violation in Building E.

September 17- Alexander Richards, 18, was charged with an alcohol violation in Building E.

September 17- Frederick Sciulli, 18, was charged with an alcohol violation in Building E.

September 17- Kevin Sullivan, 18, was charged with an alcohol violation in Building E.

September 17- Kevin Taylor, 18, was charged with an alcohol violation in Building E.

September 17- Samuel Corrado, 23, was charged with disorderly conduct after he was stopped by police for urinating in public.

September 17- Lori Lehman, 20, was charged with an alcohol violation along the Central Loop.

September 18- A person walked into in and told University Police her son was assaulted over the weekend and believed it occurred at the Grove. She was referred to Pennsylvania State Police since it is not within the jurisdiction of University Police.

September 20- Police received a fire alarm, steam leak, and Rock Apartment #4 was evacuated. Maintenance was notified and the residents were let back in.

September 20- Police received phone calls and a Metis activation of a sick student at Swope Music Building. An ambulance was dispatched and the patient was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

September 20- Police received a call from the Health Center of a student that was ill on the first floor of Vincent Science Hall. The student was then transported by police to the Health Center for observations.

 

 

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