10/24/19 Blotter

Published by Nina Cipriani, Date: October 24, 2019
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October 17 – Police received a call from a parent stating that their child may have fallen and may have had a seizure. Individual was in the lobby of Building F. It was discovered that the person was stung by a bee. Officer transported individual to the Health Center for further evaluation, and parent was notified.

October 17 – Police received a fire alarm activation in ROCK apartments. Alarm was set off by burnt food.

October 17 – Borough PD requested assistance with two individuals that were arguing in the parking lot of the Kelly Farm apartments. Both parties were separated. Call was made to an assistant district attorney (ADA), and attorney advised the officers to have individuals stay at different locations for the evening. No further police action was taken.

October 18 – Police while on patrol observed an individual stumbling and almost falling on West Lake Lane. Officer made contact, and the person was intoxicated and was in possession of alcohol in their backpack. Call was made to individual’s friend who arrived and transported person back to their apartment. Hugh Kelley, 20, was cited with an alcohol violation.

October 21 – Individual came into station to file report that while their vehicle was parked in the East Lake Parking Lot on Oct. 12, their vehicle was hit and damaged. Case is still under investigation.

October 21 – Individual came into station to file a report that their vehicle was damaged while parked in the Rhoads Hall Parking Lot within the last few days. Case is still under investigation.

October 22 – Health Center nurse called and reported that a student from Building B was in need of medical attention. Officer requested an ambulance be dispatched. EMS transported person to Grove City Medical Center.

October 22 – Butler Control notified dispatch that an ambulance was dispatched for an individual that had fallen down in the stairwell and needed medical care in ROCK apartments. EMS transported individual to Grove City Medical Center.

October 22 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation in ROCK apartments. Safety was notified, and the cause of the alarm was burnt food.

October 22 – Police received a panic alarm in the Health Center. Officer spoke to Health Center personnel, and alarm was a malfunction.

October 22 – Officer on patrol came in contact with an individual that was smoking marijuana on Water Tower Hill. Case will be sent to Student Standards. No further police action was taken.

October 22 – University police received a be on the look out for two juvenile males that were in custody of George Junior personnel. The juveniles had jumped out of the transport van and fled on foot south of Main Street. Pictures and clothing descriptions were sent to University Police, and officers checked all of the campus area with negative results.

October 23 – Police received a call of an individual that had taken food and did not pay for it in Boozel Dining Hall. Staff personnel knew person by name. Officer located individual on Rock Pride Drive and transported them back to dining hall. Individual did pay for item, and case was referred to Student Standards. No further police action was taken.

October 23 – Police responded for a panic alarm activation in Health Center. Staff stated that all was OK. Safety was notified and responded. It was an accidental activation.

October 23 – Borough PD requested assistance with a custody matter by Sheetz involving a child exchange between father and mother, and a firearm was brandished. A check of firearm was conducted, and individual had proper paperwork to have firearm. Incident was a civil matter, and no charges were filed. No further police action was taken by university police.

October 23 – Police responded for an intruder alarm activation in Ski Lodge. Alarm was accidentally set off by individual that had rented the facility for the evening.

October 24 – Nurse called and requested an ambulance be dispatched for an individual that needed medical treatment. Call was made, and EMS transported person to Butler Memorial Hospital.

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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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