October 30 – University Police responded to a trouble alarm at the Smith Student Center PNC ATM. A Loomis employee was at the ATM. The alarm was reset.

October 30 – Police responded to Watson Hall for an alcohol violation. Paula Bravo, 18, Rachel Smith, 18 and Sara Teachout, 18, were cited for underage possession of alcohol.

October 30 – Slippery Rock Borough Police were requested to respond to a fight involving multiple people along Elm Street. Officers arrived and found no one in the area.

October 31 – University police responded to an E-Phone alarm at the Central Loop. Police checked the area but did not find anyone. The Alarm system was reset.

October 31 – Police responded to the ROCK Apartments for a ‘LOW AIR ATTIC’ alarm. Officers checked the area and found everything to be OK. The alarm system was reset.

October 31 – University police were stopped by a jogger along Rock Pride Drive who stated there was a person slumped over the steering wheel of their running car. Police approached the vehicle and found Patrick Phillips, 18, intoxicated. Phillips was cited with underage possession of alcohol and operating a motor vehicle with alcohol in their system, both summary offenses. Phillips was released to their roommate.

October 31 – Police were called to Building B for a possible drug violation. Officers on scene detected an odor of marijuana. Police attempted to talk to an individual but described them as “uncooperative.” Police are referring the matter to student conduct.

November 1 – Pennsylvania State Police requested assistance at The Grove with an assault. One person was transported to a nearby hospital with injuries.

November 1 – Pennsylvania State Police requested assistance at University Village with an intoxicated person and possible break-in of a nearby house. Security guard at University Village stated that he heard gunshots. Police searched the area but did not find anything.

November 1 – Police were called to Building E for a possible drug violation. Officer talked with the resident and found drugs and alcohol. Colin Kennelly, 19, was cited for underage possession of alcohol and disorderly conduct.

November 2 – University police received a call regarding an ATM alarm at the Smith Student Center. An officer checked the area and found nothing.

November 2 – Police responded to a possible domestic at Building A. Officer made contact with the individual and found them to be alone. Person was having an argument over the phone with their girlfriend. Police told the person to keep his voice down.

November 3 – Police received a call from a security company that there was an alarm activated at the PNC office inside the Student Smith Center. An officer on scene found the door to be ajar. Area was checked and all appeared to be OK. Police secured the door and security company was advised of what was found.

November 3 – University police responded to a fire alarm at the Boiler Plant. Upon arrival, officers found a technician working inside. The alarm system was reset.

November 3 – Police received a call from a motorist that they had backed into a vehicle in the Founders Upper Staff Lot. Officer was dispatched and owners exchanged information. No injuries occurred.

Joe is a senior communication major with a concentration in converged journalism. This is his first year with The Rocket as assistant news editor. Before joining The Rocket, Joe worked at Butler County Community College’s student newspaper along with a short-lived career as public affairs sergeant (along with many other assignments) with the United States Army. When not covering campus news, Joe spends his weekends with his fiancée and son in Slippery Rock.

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Joe is a senior communication major with a concentration in converged journalism. This is his first year with The Rocket as assistant news editor. Before joining The Rocket, Joe worked at Butler County Community College’s student newspaper along with a short-lived career as public affairs sergeant (along with many other assignments) with the United States Army. When not covering campus news, Joe spends his weekends with his fiancée and son in Slippery Rock.

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