September 12 – Police received a fire alarm activation in Building F. The reason for activation is unknown. It was a malfunction alarm.

September 12 – Police dispatch after they received call from security company stating they were receiving an alarm at the ATM at the Smith Student Center. Security company called back to cancel call. The technician working on machine set off the alarm. No police action was taken.

September 12 – Borough police requesting assistance with serving arrest warrant on Normal avenue. Individual was not at residence. No further action was taken by university police.

September 12 – Police responded to a panic alarm activation in Counseling Center. No alarms were present upon officers’ arrival. Safety was notified.

September 13 – Police received an Ephone activation around Central Loop. Officer checked the area, and no one was around location. It appeared to be an accidental activation.

September 13 – Police received a panic alarm activation at the Health Center. Nurse requested an officer to stay in the area for an individual that needed medical attention. Ambulance was dispatched, arrived at location and transported the person to Butler Memorial Hospital.

September 13 – Police received a panic alarm activation by Old Main. It was accidentally activated by an employee.

September 13 – Police received a call from a Community Adviser (CA) from Rhoads Hall for an odor of marijuana. Officer spoke with resident and police found nothing.

September 13 – Police received a call for a medical reason in Building D. Person had an eye injury and an ambulance was dispatched to location. Patient refused transport to hospital.

September 13 – Police received a call for a theft at Boozel Dining Hall. Police identified person taking food out. Person will be sent to conduct for theft.

September 13 – Police received a panic alarm activation at the desk of Building F. Dispatch checked on person and no one hit the alarm.

September 14 – Police received call for intoxicated person in Building F Circle. Ambulance was also dispatched. Person was transported to Grove City hospital. Andrew Bigger, 18, was cited for underage drinking with an alcohol violation.

September 14 – Police received a smoke detector activation in ROCK apartment one. Dispatch checked room. The reason why alarm went off is unknown. Maintenance was notified to check smoke detector in room.

September 14 – Police received a smoke detector activation in Building F. Dispatch checked room and the cause was burnt food.

September 14 – Police received a smoke detector activation in ROCK apartment two. Dispatch checked room, and the reason was unknown. Maintenance was notified to check smoke detector in room.

September 14 – Police received a call from CA for odor of marijuana in Building E. No one was around. Police cleared the area.

September 14Julianna Shoaf, 21, was cited with a DUI.

September 15 – Police received a call for a water leak in Building B. Maintenance was notified and responded.

September 15 – Police are investigating a report of criminal mischief to vehicle parked in East Lake parking lot.

September 15 – Ambulance was dispatched to Health Center for a person who needed transported to the hospital.

September 15 – Police received a smoke detector activation in Building E. Police checked room, and steam was the cause.

September 16 – Police received a call for a water leak in Building F. Maintenance was notified and responded.

September 16 – Police received a fire alarm activation in Building D. Safety notified and responded.

September 16 – Pennyslvania state police (PSP) requested assistance with entering a residence on Franklin street who was possibly in need of medical attention. Entry was made, person was located and found deceased. University police cleared the residence. PSP crime unit completed investigation. No further action was taken by university police.

September 16 – Police were dispatched for an individual that had fallen and was unable to stand up in Weisenfluh Dining Hall. Ambulance was dispatched to location. Officer contacted person who was conscious and alert. EMS was on the scene and transported individual to Grove City Medical Center.

September 17 – PSP requested university police to respond to a possible robbery that had just occurred in University Village. Actors were gone upon arrival and person needed medical attention. Responding officers located individual and EMS was on the scene. Person was taken to Grove City Medical Center. PSP were on scene and conducted an investigation.

September 17 – Police received a panic alarm in Health Center, an ongoing problem with the alarm system. Safety was notified.

September 17 – Police received a call from an individual in Building E that stated her property was taken and that some of it was returned but damaged. Person states that they still have property that was not returned to them. Case is still under investigation.

September 17 – Police responded to a panic alarm activation in Maltby Center. Officers checked area and no one had activated the alarm. Alarm appeared to be a malfunction and safety was notified.

September 17 – Police received a call for an individual that needed medical attention. Responding officers contacted person. Individual was transported by police to the Heath Center. No further action was taken by police.

September 17 – Police received a call of a person that was using profane language towards staff personnel in Aebersold Recreation Center and was refusing to leave the premises. Responding officers checked building and surround area. Actor was gone upon arrival. Case is still under investigation.

September 17 – Borough police requested back up for an out of control individual on South Main Street that was believed to be on drugs. Person is in custody and EMS was requested. EMS arrived on scene and transported individual to Grove City Medical Center. Person was to be involved in prior incident at the rec center.

September 18 – Resident called police to report an alarm sounding at McKeever Environmental Center. Person states it had been sounding for several days and that no one has reported to building to check on it. Safety was contacted and checked on alarm. No further police action was taken.

September 18 – Police received a report of a vehicle accident near West Lake Commuter lot. Officer was on scene and no injuries were reported. Vehicle was drivable and both parties exchanged information. Case is still under investigation.

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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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