November 22 – Health Center nurse requested for an officer to check on an individual that needed medical treatment. Officer made contact and walked person to the Health Center. No further police action was taken.

November 22 – Police received a call from community assistant (CA) in Alumni Commuter Parking Lot that stated there were several female students heard yelling for help. Officer was advised that the noise was coming from across Main Street. University police and Slippery Rock Police Department (SRUPD) were told that people were being loud at Ginger Hill, but no one was yelling for help.

November 22 – Police received a call from an individual stating that they struck a parked vehicle while driving through the Founders Middle Resident Parking Lot. Person left their information on the windshield of parked vehicle. Person just wanted police to be aware of the situation. Police obtained vehicle information and contacted the owner. No further police action was taken.

November 22 – Police received a fire alarm activation in North Hall. It was determined that the alarm sensor was bad. Alarm system was reset.

November 23 – Police received a call from CA in Watson Hall that there was a highly intoxicated person in the lobby of the building. Responding officer contacted individual and the person was of legal drinking age. Individual was transported to the Heights complex. Case was referred to Student Standards.

November 23 – Police received a call from CA in ROCK apartments stating there was an alcohol violation. Officer on scene found alcohol in room. Case was referred to Student Standards.

November 24 – SRUPD utilized the datamaster with a possible DUI.

November 24 – Police responded for an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room in Building B reported by CA. Officer contacted residents, and alcohol and drug paraphernalia was found. Alyssa Harker, 18, was cited with a drug violation.

November 24 – Police received a report of an individual that was in violation of a no contact order in Swope Music Building. Police located person and charges are pending. Case is still under investigation.

November 24 – University police requested an officer to check on a person that needed medical attention in Watson Hall. Person was transported to the Health Center.

November 24 – Police received a call from CA stating that there was an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room in Building A. No one answered the door, and no odor of marijuana was found.

November 25 – Butler Control radioed police dispatch and reported an ambulance was being dispatched for an individual that may be having a seizure in Watson Hall. Officer and EMS on scene transported individual to Grove City Medical Center.

November 26 – University police observed two individuals sitting in a parked vehicle in Wally Rose Open Parking Lot that appeared to be smoking marijuana. Officer made contact with individuals, and the marijuana and drug paraphernalia was found. Jada Casilio, 18, was cited with a drug violation.

November 26 – Police received a call from an individual in the Physical Therapy Building stating that he noticed people climbing along the window ledges trying to make their way to the top. Caller stated that he told them to stop and get down. They complied and left the area. Police conducted extra patrol around the building.

November 28 – Police received a fire alarm activation in Boozel Dining Hall. Message was left with Health and Safety. System was reset.

November 28 – Police received a call from CA in Building F that there was an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room. Officer on location said odor was present, but officer did not find any drugs. Case was sent to Student Standards. CA also stated that an individual with a no trespass order was in room prior to officer’s arrival. Case is still under investigation.

November 29 – Police received a call of a white pig loose and roaming through campus. Equestrian personnel attempted to rope pig. Pig slipped off rope and ran into Pine Glen Apartment complex.

November 30 – Police received a call from the Equestrian Center of an individual that was hunting on university property. Officer checked area and person was gone upon arrival.

December 1 – Police removed an individual from the side line of Mihalik-Thompson Stadium that did not have a pass. Person was disorderly and at one point refused to leave the side lines. Charges are pending.

December 2 – Police observed a vehicle parked on the sidewalk in front of Old Main circle. Vehicle’s front and rear tires were flat, and no one was inside. Pry’s Towing was notified and towed the vehicle. Owner arrived and stated that his oil filter came off on South Main Street and that is when he hit the curb. Vehicle was towed, and no damage was observed to university property. No further police action was taken.

December 2 – Police responded to an intruder alarm in Smith Student Center. Officer was unable to locate where alarm was originating from. Officer walked around the building, and no audible alarm was sounding. Officer spoke to custodial staff. They stated that they did not hear any alarms. Message was left with Health and Safety. No further police action was taken.

December 2 – Police received an alarm activation in the Smith Student Center. Safety and maintenance was contacted and responded. Alarm appeared to be from water leaking.

December 2 – Police responded for a vehicle accident in Union Commuter Parking Lot. Person backing out of parking spot did not see vehicle coming. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles were drivable, and both parties exchanged information. No further police action was taken.

December 2 – Police received a fire alarm from Watson Hall. Alarm was caused by burnt popcorn.

December 2 – Police received a call from an individual in the Leadership and Development Center stating that they had received a text from a person that was ill. The person was laying down on the floor of the building. Officer on scene was unable to locate the person. Dispatch received a call stating that the person’s boyfriend arrived prior to officer’s arrival and took person home.

December 2 – Police received a call reporting that they had heard a gun shot behind their building by Intermural Fields. University and borough police checked areas around campus. No one was in the area.

December 2 – Pennsylvania state police (PSP) requested backup for a traffic stop. University secured driver and passenger while trooper searched vehicle. No other police action was taken.

December 3 – Individual walked into police station stating that their vehicle was stuck in the mud and possibly brushed up against another vehicle. Police assisted driver.

December 3 – While person was at police station in regards to their vehicle being stuck in the mud, their vehicle was struck by an unknown vehicle. Officer reviewed security video system and was unable to locate vehicle parked on South Main Street. Contact was made, and person was issued a citation.

December 3 – Health Center nurse called dispatch and requested an ambulance be dispatched for an individual that needed medical attention. Ambulance was dispatched, and person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

December 3 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation in Building B. Alarm was set off by burnt food.

December 3 – Health Center nurse called dispatch and requested an ambulance be dispatched for an individual that needed medical attention. Ambulance arrived and transported person to Butler Memorial Hospital.

December 3 – Police was dispatched for a theft report of a Graduate Resident Director (GRD) reserved parking sign that may have occurred sometime between Nov. 25 and Dec. 1. Case is still under investigation.

December 3 – Police received a call from CA in Building F of an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room. Officer on scene said no odor was detected. While officers were clearing the location, CA called dispatch stating that they contacted the resident, and the marijuana odor was coming from room. Officer spoke with resident who gave officers permission to check their room. Nothing was found. No further police action was taken.

December 4 – Police responded for a panic alarm activation at the Women’s Center. Alarm was activated by a worker who stated that they did not know what the button was for. Alarm system was reset.

December 4 – Police responded for a vehicle accident by Lower Stadium C involving a motor vehicle and a university John Deere Gator. Vehicle was backing out of a parking space and did not see the Gator in the lane of travel. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles were drivable.

December 4 – Police dispatch received a call of an “Emergency Box” alarm activation and was not being sent to police dispatch simplex system. Alarm was accidentally activated.

December 4 – Police assisted SRUPD for an individual that needed medical attention. Police contacted person, and Borough PD handled call.

December 4 – Borough PD requested backup for a possible domestic in progress. Officers arrived and separated both parties. Upon investigation, individuals were just arguing about a TV show they were watching. Neighbor thought individuals were fighting. No further police action was taken.

December 5 – Borough PD radioed police dispatch for a vehicle that was stuck in a ditch by Branchton Road. Pry’s Towing was called to retrieve vehicle from ditch. Operator of vehicle stated that when he turned onto Harmony Road, they slid on the snow-covered roadway. Pry’s Towing removed vehicle from ditch, and no damage was reported.

December 5 – Police dispatch notified Township Maintenance of hazardous road conditions, and salt was needed to put on roadways.

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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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