11/1/18 Blotter

Published by , Author: Hannah Shumsky - Assistant News Editor, Date: November 1, 2018


October 24 – Police were requested for a medical emergency at Smith Student Center. An ambulance responded. The person refused medical treatment.

October 24 – Police were called to Building A to check on the welfare of a person. The person was taken to the Health Center by police.

October 25 – Noah Adams, 19, and Nicholas Hall, 19, were cited with disorderly conduct.

October 25 – Borough police requested assistance to execute a search warrant on Cross Street. One person was put in custody as a result of the search warrant.

October 25 – Police received a fire alarm from Rhoads Hall. The building was evacuated. The case was burnt food, and the panel was reset.

October 26 – A person reported that a vehicle hit their vehicle on Kiester Road and left the scene without exchanging information. Mason Tour, 22, was cited with leaving a scene of accident/failure to report accident, and Christopher Zaphyr, 19, was cited with an alcohol violation.

October 26 – Police were stopped by a motorist who said a vehicle was stuck in a ditch on Harmony Road. Police checked on the person and requested a tow for the vehicle to be removed from the ditch.

October 27 – Police received a call from Building E for a medical issue. The person was taken to the Health Center.

October 28 – Police were called to meet a person about an accident on North Road. Both parties were advised to exchange information. The accident happened earlier and left the scene.

October 28 – Police received a panic alarm at the front desk of North Hall. Police checked the area. The alarm was malfunctioning, and a work order was placed to have it fixed.

October 28 – Police were called to Watson Hall by a community assistant for a person passing out. The person refused an ambulance and was taken to the Health Center by a friend.

October 29 – A person called about a vehicle hitting their vehicle on Kiester Road and left the scene. The case is under investigation.

October 30 – A person reported that they were followed by a vehicle and threatened. Kathryn Hempfling, 58, was cited with harassment.

October 30 – Police stopped a person in the Rock Hall Lot for possible drug activity. Drugs were seized, and charges are pending.

October 30 – Borough police requested assistance for a disturbance on Elm Street.

October 31 – Police received a call for an accident at Central Loop. Information was exchanged and no injuries.

October 31 – Police received a Metis alarm and discovered a person leaned on the box. The panel was reset.

October 31 – Police are investigating an assault which was reported at Building F.

October 31 – Police received an intruder alarm from Smith Student Center. Police checked the area. The reason for the alarm is unknown. The panel was reset, and the building was secured.

October 31 – Police received a call to check on a person in Building F. No contact was made. The roommate was advised to have the person call when they came back.

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Hannah is a senior secondary English education major and communication minor entering her third year on The Rocket staff and her second year as editor-in-chief. Previously, she served as assistant news editor and covered Student Government Association affairs. After graduation, she hopes to teach English, communications and journalism to high school students. Hannah has won numerous awards for her writing and design work with The Rocket and was named SRU's Student Leader of the Year in 2020. Outside of The Rocket, Hannah is also part of WSRU-TV, Sigma Tau Delta and the Honors College.