10/25/18 Blotter

Published by , Author: Oscar Matous - Assistant Sports Editor , Date: October 25, 2018
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October 18- Police received a smoke detector activation in Rock Apartments #2. The alarm was set off due to burnt food and the panel was then reset.

October 18- A person filed a report for items stolen from the Aebersold Recreational Center (ARC). The case is under investigation.

October 18- Police received a smoke detector activation in Rock Apartments #2. The alarm was set off due to burnt food and the panel was then reset.

October 20- Police received a call for two males carrying signs in the University Police Staff Lot. Benjamin Sabljak, 21, and John Sommers, 21, were cited for disorderly conduct.

October 20- Police were called to Watson Hall for an odor of marijuana from a room. Police cited two people in the room.

October 20- Police were called to Building A to check on an individual. Police requested an ambulance for transport at the request of the person being checked on.

October 20- Police were called to Building E to check on a loud noise complaint. Police discovered alcohol in the room and the case was referred to the Office of Student Conduct.

October 20- Jesse King, 21, was charged with sexual assault.

October 21- Borough police requested assistance for a fight on Cross Street. Police assisted the person(s) getting back into the house.

October 21- Police received a smoke detector activation in Rock Apartments #6. The alarm was set off due to burnt food and the panel was then reset.

October 21- Police were called to Building F for a fire alarm activation. The room was checked and it was determined that steam set off the detector.

October 21- Police received a smoke detector activation in Rock Apartments #7. The detector was found to be malfunctioning and safety was notified to replace the detector.

October 22- Police received a call for a person feeling ill in the Harrisville Building. An ambulance was also dispatched but the person refused transport.

October 22- Police received a metis alert in Eisenberg Classroom Building. The alarm was accidentally tripped and the panel was reset.

October 22- Police received a call for a person feeling ill in the Spotts World Culture Building. An ambulance was also dispatched, and the person was taken to hospital by ambulance.

October 23- Police received a call to the Boozel Staff Lot for a person wanting to report their car being hit. Both parties exchanged information.

October 23- Police were called to Building F for a smoke detector activation. The room was checked but the cause of the alarm trip is unknown. Safety was notified to check the system.

 

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