January 28 – Slippery Rock Borough police requested backup for a possible DUI. University police stayed with the vehicle until picked up by Pry’s Towing. Borough police utilized the Datamaster at the university police station.

January 28 – University police responded to an intruder alarm at the Bookstore. Staff personnel called the police station to notify them that the keypad was being problematic.

January 28 – University police received a call from an individual stating they were assaulted at their workplace in June 2020. University police determined it was out of their jurisdiction and advised the caller of the proper law enforcement agency to file a report with.

January 28 – Slippery Rock Borough police requested backup for an active domestic on Arlington Drive. One male was taken into custody without incident. No further action taken by university police.

January 29 – Slippery Rock Borough police requested backup for a possible DUI on Campus Drive. No action taken by university police.

January 29 – Slippery Rock Borough police arrived at the university police station to utilize the Datamaster.

January 29 – University police received a call from the Student Health Center requesting an officer stand by while an individual was at the building. No action taken by university police.

January 29 – University police responded to an E-phone activation near Rock Pride Drive. The officer on scene found no one in the area. The alarm system was reset.

January 31 – Police responded to Building A for a smoke detector activation. The cause was determined to be set off by steam from a humidifier.

February 2 – University police responded to Building B for an odor of marijuana. Officers confiscated undisclosed items. Jacob Mackowiak, 18, was charged with summary disorderly conduct.

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 Wells
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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