9/12/19 Blotter

Published by Nina Cipriani, Date: September 13, 2019
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September 4 – Police received a fire alarm activation. Alarm was set off by steam from shower in Watson Hall.

September 4 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation in Building B. Upon officer’s arrival, the building was evacuated. Officer determined that custodian was spraying material for cleaning and that most likely activated the smoke detector.

September 4 – Police received a fire alarm activation in Building E. Alarm was set off by individual vaping in their room.

September 4 – University police received a call from a concerned parent that hasn’t been able to contact their child since September 3. Officer contacted individual who was to be out of town. Person was advised to call their parents.

September 4 – Police received a fire alarm activation in ROCK Apartments. Alarm was set off by burnt food.

September 5 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation in Rhoads Hall. Upon officer’s arrival, the building was evacuated. Alarm was activated by burnt mac n’ cheese.

September 6Ryan Brennfleck, 18, Teagan Cruz, 19, and Parker Dalton, 19, were cited with an alcohol violation.

September 6 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation in Building F. Upon officer’s arrival, the building was evacuating. Alarm was caused by faulty belt which burned up in washing machine.

September 6 – Police responded to an intruder alarm in Ski Lodge. Person set off alarm.

September 6 – A Community Assistant (CA) in Building B called university police for alcohol violation. Citations were issued.

September 7 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation in Building D. Burnt food was the cause.

September 7 – Police responded for a Metis activation near Carruth Rizza Hall. No one was around. The reason for activation is unknown.

September 8 – A traffic stop on North Road resulted in an alcohol violation. Brandon Berdik, 18, Lauren Krebs, 18, and Erin McKay, 18, were cited with alcohol violations.

September 8 – Police responded for a fight along with Pennsylvania State Police (PSP). One person was taken into custody by PSP.

September 8 – Pennsylvania State Police requested Slippery Rock University Police Department (SRUPD) assistance on serving a warrant. Person was taken without incident.

September 9 – Police received a call from desk attendant in Building D for an alarm. Police responded.

September 9 – Police responded for a Metis alarm activation around Patterson Hall. Responding officer checked area, and no one was around the alarm panel or area.

September 9 – Police received a call of an individual, stating they have a Protection From Abuse (PFA) order around Old Thompson Field, and actor was observed on campus. Officers checked all of campus, and actor was gone on arrival. Person was escorted to their vehicle.

September 9 – Police responding to a panic alarm activation in Building D. Responding officers spoke to desk attendant. Everything was OK. Alarm appears to be a malfunction.

September 9 – Around Building E, borough police requested university police to assist in locating an individual that was involved in an incident in the Borough. Contact was made.

September 9 – Police responding to a fire alarm activation in Building E. Officer spoke to residence, and it was unknown why alarm was activated. Alarm appeared to be a malfunction.

September 10 – Individual came to university police station to file a report of threatening messages received on their cell phone. Appears to be a scam. Case is still under investigation.

September 10 – Health Center requested an ambulance for an individual that was having an asthma attack. Medics arrived and transported the person to Grove City Medical Center.

September 10 – Police responding to a fire alarm activation in ROCK apartment. Alarm was set off by burnt food.

September 10 – Police were notified by maintenance personnel of a traffic accident on Kiester Road involving two vehicles. Officer on scene reported no injuries. One person issued citation for a traffic violation. Case is still under investigation.

September 10 – University police received a call of equipment being missing from the ROTC storage shed via Snapchat post. Upon further investigation, it was determined that posting was to be a hoax. Case is still under investigation.

September 11 – Police received a Metis alarm activation around Swope Music Building. Dispatcher advised responding officer that individual was heard saying “I’m sorry.” Officer checked area. It was an accidental activation.

September 11 – Police received a panic alarm activation in the Counseling Center. Responding officer checked area, and there was no one around. This is an ongoing problem with alarm system.

September 11 – Borough police requesting assistance with removing a bat that was in an individual’s residence on Elm Street. Bat was removed.

September 11 – Police received a call for an alarm that was sounding near Spotts World Culture building, and caller does not know where it was coming from. No alarm activation was shown at dispatch. Responding officer found no alarm activation. It appears that the system malfunctioned.

September 11 – Police received a call for alarm that was to be disrupting classes in the Spotts World Culture building. It appeared to be a malfunction.

September 11 – Police responding to a fire alarm activation at Equestrian Center. Safety was dispatched. The cause may be due to new add-on section. Updated by simplex. Safety confirms Simplex at location was working on system.

September 11 – Police received a call from Health Center nurse stating that they received a call for an individual that needed medical attention from Swope Music Center. Responding officer located person. They were transported by ambulance to Grove City Medical Center.

September 11 – Police received a call of a possible PFA violation near Old Thompson Field. Officers contacted individual. Call was made to Butler County Domestic Relations, and information was obtained that person was not in violation.

September 11 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation. No alarms were present upon officers’ arrival. It was a malfunctioning alarm, and safety was notified.

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Nina Cipriani
Nina is a freshman majoring in communications: converged journalism. She has always wanted to be a journalist. In the beginning, around elementary school, she wanted to become an author and write a New York Times Bestseller. But since then, she has taken many English and journalism classes, and so her views of becoming that bestselling author altered dramatically. During high school, she was on the school newspaper staff freshman year to senior year. She also was the Editor In Chief of her high school newspaper during her senior year. As for her goals currently, she aspires to become a journalist for The New York Times. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music and watching Netflix, but specifically Friends. She is thrilled to be The Rocket’s assistant news editor, and she can’t wait to see what SRU has in store for her in the future.

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