2/6/2020 Blotter

Published by Nina Cipriani, Date: February 7, 2020
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January 30 – Slippery Rock Police Department (PD) requested back up on a vehicle stop on Cameron Drive where the driver fled the scene and ran into an apartment. Officers went inside the apartment, and person fled through a back window. Person was unable to be located. Borough officer was able to identify person, and charges are pending.

January 30 – Individual stated that while they were studying at the Bailey Library, they overhead a person making alarming comments. Officer located person. Person was listening to Pandora music and was singing the lyrics to a song that was playing. No further police action was taken.

January 31 – Police received a call from the nurse at the Health Center requesting an ambulance for a highly intoxicated person that was in their care. Dispatch notified Butler Control, and EMS was dispatched.

January 31 – Police received a call from the Health Center nurse stating that the highly intoxicated person had become combative and requested an officer to assist. Person was transported to Butler Memorial Hospital.

February 1 – Police received a call from Butler Control to respond to a situation on Kiester Road. University police secured the scene until PSP arrived and took over the investigation.

February 1 – Police received a call for an individual that had their dogs running on the field without leashes on. Officer made contact with person, and the person left the area without incident.

February 1 – Slippery Rock PD requested assistance for a wellbeing check on Franklin Street. Police contacted person, and they were OK. No further police action was taken.

February 1 – Police were dispatched for an individual that was dressed in all black standing beside a white vehicle and talking to a person. It appeared that the person punched vehicle as the caller was walking to Boozel. Caller stated that when they returned, the person followed them to their vehicle. As they left, the person followed them on foot. Officer on scene did not see vehicles or persons in lot. Officer checked the area, and no vehicle matched the description given to dispatch.

February 2 – Police received a call from the CA in Building A of an alcohol violation. Alcohol was found, and the case was referred to Student Standards.

February 2 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in Building E. Alarm was set off by burnt mac and cheese. Individual did not add water to mac and cheese.

February 2 – Borough police requested back up with an individual that appeared to be asleep at the wheel inside their vehicle. Person was taken into custody for suspected DUI.

February 2 – Police received a call from parent stating that they hadn’t heard from their child in over an hour. Parent requested that police do a welfare check. Person was OK and said they would call their parents. No further police action was taken.

February 3 – Police received a fire alarm activation in ROCK apartments. Residents were asleep. It is unknown why the alarm was set off.

February 3 – Police received a call from the CA in Building D stating that an individual may need medical attention. Police contacted person, and all was OK.

February 3 – Police were dispatched for an individual that was suffering abdominal pain and vomiting. Person was transported to Butler Memorial Hospital.

February 3 – Person came to police station to file a report of unknown person that stole their gas cap from their vehicle that was parked in the B&G Gravel Staff Parking Lot. Incident is still under investigation.

February 3 – Police received a call from the CA in Building B of an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room. Responding officer did not detect any odor in hallway or the unoccupied dorm room. Case is unfounded and referred to Student Standards.

February 3 – Police responded for a theft report at Aebersold Recreation Center. Person stated that they left their cell phone near the fire exit doors and the bench in court 3. When the game was over, person came back to retrieve their phone and discovered that it was gone. Case is still under investigation.

February 3 – Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) requested back up on Main Street. Delivery person stated that while they were at a person’s apartment, that individual had a gun on them. Contact was made with the individual. Gun was a BB gun. PSP is handling the investigation. No further university police action was taken.

February 4 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Building D. Safety was notified. It is unknown what set off the alarm.

February 4 – Police were dispatched for a minor motor vehicle accident in the Union Commuter Parking Lot. No injuries were reported, and the vehicles were drivable. Both parties exchanged information, and no further police action was taken.

February 4 – Health Center notified police that an individual was assaulted in the spring semester of 2017 in Building A. Person requested to remain anonymous. No further information at this time.

February 4 – Police received a call from a parent stating the they hadn’t heard from their child in two days. Parent requested that an officer check on them. Person had lost their cell phone at the ARC the night before. Person was contacted and picked up their phone. Person called their parents back. No further police action was taken.

February 4 – Slippery Rock PD requested assistance on a traffic stop on Grove City Road with a possible DUI. University stayed on scene until Pry’s Towing arrived to tow the vehicle.

February 5 – Police received a call of a motor vehicle driving erratically. Officers located vehicle, and the operator was issued a traffic citation.

February 5 – Police received a call from the CA in Building D stating that there was an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room. Officer contacted resident. No drugs or paraphernalia were found. Incident was referred to Student Standards. No further police action was taken.

February 5 – Slippery Rock PD requested assistance with a transport on East Water Street for an individual that was suspected of a DUI.

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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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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