10/31/19 Blotter

Published by Allison Downs, Date: November 1, 2019
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October 24 – Police received a call of an individual who had fallen while riding his bicycle on Maltby Avenue. Officer contacted person who stated they came across uneven pavement and fell off the bicycle. Person refused medical treatment. Safety was notified.

October 24 – Health Center called and requested an officer to assist with an individual from Watson Hall who was feeling ill and felt they were unable to walk out to the Health Center van. EMS was dispatched and person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

October 24 – Police received a call from CA stating six individuals were on the back patio of Building F smoking marijuana. An officer arrived and no one was on the patio. Officer conducted a perimeter check and did not find anyone around the building.

October 24 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation at Building F. Alarm was set off by an individual using a curling iron. Alarm was reset.

October 25 – Police were dispatched for an individual on East Cooper Street who had fallen and was unable to get up and needed assistance. Responding officers located person who was sitting on a chair of their residence and needed assistance with getting from chair to their walker. Officers assisted individual up and to their vehicle, no further action taken.

October 25 – Police responded to a call from a CA at Building D for a possible drug violation. Police responded and the call was unfounded.

October 26 – Police were notified of an assault at Vincent Science Center. The victim refused police intervention.

October 26 – Police received a call for a minor traffic accident in the middle row of Founders parking lot. Information was exchanged.

October 26 – Police received a smoke detector alarm activation at Watson Hall. Police checked the room; steam was the cause. The panel was reset.

October 26 – Police received a call to check on a person from North Hall who was supposed to be home. Person was later located and was fine.

October 26 – Police responded to a person in Swope Music Building who had suicidal thoughts. Person was taken to the Health Center and CCR was notified.

October 26 – Police received a call for a welfare check of a person from North Hall. Person was contacted by police and was fine. Person was offered services and declined them at the time.

October 26 – Police responses to a smoke detector activation at ROCK Apartments. Police checked the room; the cause was burnt food.

October 26 – Police responded to a panic alarm from the desk attendant at Building F. CA said residents were trying to get juveniles into the building without proper paperwork. Juveniles were not present at the time. Parties were advised again of procedures for guests.

October 26 – Police received a call for a person from Watson Hall who may have wanted to harm themselves. Person was taken to the Health Center and the parents were on route to pick them up.

October 26 – Police received a call from a desk attendant at Rhoades Hall that an unknown person dropped off suspected drug paraphernalia. Police retrieved and destroyed the items.

October 26 – Police received a call from a CA at Building D for an alcohol violation. James Argent, 18, Ilisa Chasser, 18, Derek Jenkins, 18, Ian Loop, 18, Rachel Male, 18, Breanna Smathers, 19, and James Todero, 18, were cited with alcohol violations.

October 26 – Police received a call from a CA at Building F for a possible drug violation; the call was unfounded.

October 27 – Police received a call from PSP to respond to a large fight. When police arrived, everyone ran from the area.

October 27 – Police received a smoke detector activation at ROCK Apartments; the cause was burnt food.

October 27 – Person walked in to the station to report an assault which happened off campus. Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) responded to the station since the incident happened off campus.

October 27 – Police received a call from a CA at Building F for possible drug violation. Police spoke with resident; the call was unfounded.

October 27 – Police received a call for a possible vandalism at the Swope staff parking lot. A report was taken by the responding officer, the case is under investigation.

October 27 – Police were requested by a Health Center nurse to dispatch an ambulance to their location to transport a student to the hospital.

October 28 – Police received a theft complaint from Bailey Library of two mice from computers that may have occurred between Oct. 23 and Oct. 25. Case is under investigation.

October 28 – Police received a call from Butler Control of a vehicle accident; officers soon arrived at the scene. No injuries were reported, vehicles needed to be towed from the location. Case is under investigation.

October 28 – Individual arrived at the station to file a hit and run report; person stated that she parked her vehicle in the Smith commuter parking lot between 12:50pm to 1:55pm. When she returned, she noticed damage on the driver’s side rear corner causing a dent and cracked taillight. Case is under investigation.

October 28 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation at ROCK Apartments. Alarm was set off by burnt chicken. Alarm system was reset.

October 28 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation at Aebersold Recreation Center. Alarm was set off by someone using a fog machine. Building was evacuated upon officer’s arrival and alarm system was reset.

October 28 – Police received a call from a CA at North Hall stating that several residents reported hearing a loud pop that they believed to be a gunshot. Police responded on scene and spoke to residents on the third floor who stated that the popping sound came from the north end of the building. Officers knocked on all dorm doors and spoke to students, all was okay. Officers checked attic area and all was okay. No further action was taken at this time.

October 29 – Police received a call of an individual at Smith Student Center who had passed out but was awake and breathing. Police contacted person; they were feeling better and refused further medical treatment.

October 29 – Police were dispatched for a theft report at Old Main; victim stated that an unknown person was observed in her office lying on the floor. Person stated that he had fallen and a student worker had helped person get up and left the area. When the victim returned to her office, it was discovered that person had stolen her purse. Case is under investigation.

October 29 – Police received a call from an individual at Building D stating that an unwanted person was knocking on their door. Person was gone upon officer’s arrival.

October 30 – Police received a call from the Health Center stating that they received a call that an individual from North Hall was having difficulty breathing and was known to use oxygen. Dispatch called Butler Control and ambulance was dispatched. Police arrived on scene and person was highly intoxicated. EMS arrived on scene and person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

October 30 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Building E. Safety was dispatched and responded. Alarm was activated by burnt food and system was reset.

October 30 – PA constable arrived at station requesting assistance on serving a warrant to individual in Building D. University assisted and contact was made, no further action was taken by University police.

October 30 – Person arrived to station to file a report that they received a phishing email about nude videos; the email was addressed from herself. IT was notified and requested to see the email. No further action was taken by police at this time.

October 31 – Police were dispatched for an individual who was removed from a game at Egli Field for swearing at a referee and was refusing to leave the area. Police arrived on scene and person was gone upon arrival. Police were requested to stand by and escort officials to their vehicles.

October 31 – Police were dispatched for an individual at University Union who was in need of medical attention. Police located person. Person made statements of harming themselves and police transported person to Student Health Center.

October 31 – Police were requested to check on an individual at Watson Hall and make sure they were okay. Police contacted individual and all was fine. No further action was taken by police.

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