August 29 – Police received a complaint that an individual’s computer in North Hall was hacked. The case is under investigation.
August 29 – The Health Center requested an ambulance for a person having an allergic reaction. An ambulance was dispatched and the person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.
August 29 – Joshua Sanders, 18, was cited with disorderly conduct.
August 30 – A person went to the police station to file a report after her vehicle was hit in the Upper Stadium Parking Lot. The case is under investigation.
August 30 – Police responded to a person who was banging on someone’s door in Building F and would not leave. An officer made contact with the person and advised them not to have further contact. Officers cleared without incident.
August 30 – Police were dispatched to Advanced Technology and Science Hall for a person experiencing dizziness and vomiting. EMS was dispatched and the person refused medical treatment. The officer transported the person back to their dorm room.
August 31 – The Health Center requested an ambulance for a person having an allergic reaction. EMS responded and transported the person to Grove City Medical Center.
August 31 – Borough Police requested assistance with an unknown medical emergency at Giant Eagle. Upon arrival, the person was already in an ambulance. No action was taken by SRU Police.
August 31 – Police responded for a non-reportable accident on Harmony Road. Both parties exchanged information. No further police action was taken.
August 31 – Police were dispatched to East Lake Parking Lot for a suspicious individual in a parked vehicle who appeared to be watching band members practice at Scarnati Marching Band Field. Officers made contact with the individual.
August 31 – A community assistant from Rock Apartments reported an alcohol violation. The officer made contact with individuals. The case was referred to Student Standards.
September 1 – Police were dispatched to Building D for a medical assist. Upon arrival, the person was barely able to walk. The officer transported the person to the Health Center for treatment.
September 1 – Police were dispatched to Mihalik-Thompson Stadium for a person who was passed out in the upper stadium bleachers. EMS was on the scene and transported the person to Grove City Medical Center.
September 1 – A person filed a report for a lost/stolen cell phone. The incident occurred at University Village, and the case was referred to state police.
September 1 – Police received a call from Mihalik-Thompson Stadium for a person who had a firearm holstered on his waistband. The officer made contact and escorted the person out of the stadium. The person did have a firearm and a valid permit to carry. Information was received and the person left area without incident.
September 2 – Borough Police requested assistance on Innovation Drive for a possible DUI traffic stop. SRU police stayed on location for the vehicle to be towed from the area. Pry’s Towing towed the vehicle.
September 3 – Police responded to a fire alarm in Building E. The alarm was activated by a person using a vape pen. The alarm was reset.
September 3 – State police requested assistance with two missing individuals and a dog last seen kayaking near Millet Tract. Officers checked the area with negative results. State police then advised that both individuals and the dog returned home safely.
September 4 – Police were dispatched to Harmony House for a female who was overheated and dizzy. EMS arrived and transported the person to Grove City Medical Center.
September 4 – Police were dispatched to the Smith Student Center commuter lot for a dog that was locked inside a car with windows all the way up and with no food or water. The responding officer met the vehicle owner and the dog was out of the vehicle and had water. No further action was taken.
September 4 – A person went to the police station to file a theft report for a laptop computer that was taken in Boozel Dining Hall on Sunday night. The officer went to Boozel and recovered the laptop.
September 4 – While on patrol, an officer observed a vehicle accident on Harmony Road with one vehicle on its side. The officer waited for fire and EMS to respond. Butler County 911 advised that they have already called fire, EMS and state police to respond. State police took over the investigation.
September 4 – A person from Carruth Rizza Hall called to report a bat in room 114. Maintenance was notified and was able to remove the bat from the area.
September 4- A community assistant from Building F reported that while a resident was cleaning their room, drug paraphernalia was discovered. Officers responded and discarded the item.
September 4- State police requested assistance to respond to a person who was trying to gain access into an apartment at Campus Side. SRU officers made contact with the person, who was attempting to make contact with the resident in regards to earlier vehicle damage to exchange information. Officers cleared and took no further action.
September 5 – Police were dispatched to Building A for an alcohol violation. The officer made contact with three individuals. The incident was referred to Student Standards.
September 5 – Police received a call from Founders Lower Parking Lot for an individual who struck her vehicle without rendering any information. Officers spoke to a witness and were able to identify and make contact with the person. A traffic citation was issued.
September 5 – While on patrol, an officer observed a vehicle back into another vehicle. The driver left contact information on the windshield.
September 5 – Police were dispatched to Advanced Technology and Science Hall for an individual who may have been in need of medical assistance. Residence Life responded and took over the incident.
September 5 – Police were dispatched to Building D for a highly-intoxicated male leaving the building. The officers checked the area and could not locate the person.