SLIPPERY ROCK UNIVERSITY POLICE

February 18 – University police responded to a fire alarm at Building B. Burnt cinnamon rolls set off the alarm. The system was reset.

February 18 – Police responded to the ROCK Apartments for an individual in need of medical attention. University police transported the person to the Student Counseling Center.

February 20 – Police received a call requesting an ambulance at Watson Hall for a person in need of medical attention. Emergency medical services transported the individual to Butler Memorial Hospital.

February 20 – Individuals living in the ROCK Apartments contacted university police about footprints in the snow around their apartment building. Police checked the area and determined the footprints had been there for some time. Video security systems were checked, and the incident is under investigation.

February 21 – University police responded to Building F for a fire alarm activation. While checking the building, police detected an odor of burnt plastic. Police notified maintenance and reset the alarm system.

February 22 – Police responded to a fire alarm at the ROCK Apartments. Police determined the alarm was activated by burnt hamburgers and reset the alarm system.

February 23 – University police were dispatched for an individual injured at the Aebersold Recreation Center. Emergency medical services arrived on the scene and transported the person to Grove City Medical Center.

February 24 – Police received a fire alarm activation at the ROCK Apartments. The alarm was set off by burnt food in a toaster. The alarm system was reset and Safety was notified.

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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