Blotter 9/14/17

Published by , Author: Adam Zook - Assistant News Editor , Date: September 14, 2017
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September 7- Community Assistant reported an alcohol violation at North Hall. Stephanie Tychinski, 19, was being carried and was highly intoxicated. Tychinski refused treatment by ambulance. Charges will be filed for an Alcohol Violation.

September 7- Nurses at the Health Center requested two ambulances for two individuals. Nurses believed that in addition to being highly intoxicated, too much medication had been consumed. Both individuals were transported the hospital by ambulance without further incident.

September 8- Community Assistant reported an alcohol violation at Suite F. Charges are currently pending towards Brandon Davis, 18, and Raheel Ahghar.

September 8- Police received a call for a crashed vehicle. The car had made impact with a tree along Harmony Road. The vehicle was towed from the scene and fire and rescue services were dispatched. One adult and two children were taken to the hospital by ambulance.

September 8- Community Assistant at Watson Hall reported an alcohol violation. Police transported the individual to the Health Center. An ambulance was then dispatched to transport the person to the hospital. Charges will be filed by the officer.

September 9- Borough police requested assistance for a disturbance on Center Street. Slippery Rock University Police assisted in the transportation of two SRU students to South Rock.

September 9- Police were called for a medical emergency at Watson Hall. Upon arrival, SRU Police requested assistance from EMS. EMS arrived on scene and readily transported the individual to the hospital.

September 9- Pennsylvania State Police requested assistance to help disperse a large party at The Heights. University Police transported one student back to campus and another was taken to the hospital via ambulance.

September 9- Borough Police requested assistance for controlling a disorderly person at Sheetz.

September 13- Police assisted a stranded motorist on Kiester Road until a tow truck could arrive on scene. The vehicle was removed from the roadway without further incident.

September 13- Police were called to Spotts World Cultures Building for a medical incident. An ambulance quickly arrived on scene and transported the individual to the hospital.

September 13- Police were called to the Malik-Thompson Athletic Field for a medical situation. An ambulance was dispatched and arrived on scene to transport the person to the hospital.

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