March 12 – University Police responded to a complaint at Building A of a person banging on doors. Officers on-scene checked all the floors but did not locate anyone.
March 12 – Police received a call from the CA of Building E about a possible alcohol violation. Officers found alcohol and cited Rylee Hepler, 18, and Jocelynn Phillips, 18, with possession of alcohol by a minor.
March 13 – Pennsylvania State Police arrived at the university police station to use the Datamaster for a possible DUI.
March 13 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance with traffic control along Franklin Street for a disabled vehicle. University Police assisted until the vehicle was towed.
March 14 – University Police assisted Slippery Rock Borough Police with a loud noise complaint on Center Street. University Police officers stood by while Borough Police officers spoke to the resident. No further action was taken by University Police.
March 16 – Police responded to the Rhoads Staff Parking Lot for a complaint from a person that an unknown individual wanted to take a picture of an AZD Sorority sticker on their vehicle. The person said they felt uncomfortable about the situation. Police located the person and discovered they were an SRU staff member that knew a founding member of the sorority. No further action was taken by police.
March 16 – University Police received a call from the CA of Watson Hall about a possible alcohol violation. Officers on the scene discovered alcohol and referred the case to Student Conduct.
March 16 – Police responded to a fire alarm at the ROCK Apartments. The cause was determined to be burnt food. The alarm system was reset. 30 minutes later, University Police were back at the ROCK Apartments for another fire alarm activation. The cause was also burnt food. The alarm system was again reset.
March 17 – University Police received a complaint of unauthorized dumping of trash into a bin along Rock Pride Drive. Officers contacted staff personnel and the trash was removed. No further action was taken by police.
March 17 – Police were requested to conduct a welfare check on a person who missed an appointment. During their investigation, University Police discovered the person was at the facility. No further action was taken by police.
March 17 – University Police received a call of an individual running off and onto the roadway near the West Lake Commuter Lot. Officers made contact with George Lampman, 22, who was cited for public drunkenness.
March 17 – While on patrol, a University Police officer was stopped by a motorist that a truck was off the roadway and stuck in a ditch along Kiester Road. Police notified Pennsylvania State Police and checked the area but the vehicle was gone when University Police arrived. No further action was taken by police.