9/9/21 Blotter

Published by Emma Velesig, Date: September 9, 2021
0
711

September 2 – Police received a call from Butler Control that an ambulance was dispatched for a person wanting to harm themselves on Rock Pride Drive. University Police and EMS were on scene and the individual was taken to Butler Memorial Hospital.

September 2 – An individual came to the police station to file a hit-and-run report that took place in the Alumni Commuter Lot between 10:45 and 12:15 p.m. After reviewing security footage, the vehicle was not hit on campus property. No further action was taken and the individual was referred to Pennsylvania State Police.

September 2 – Police received a fire alarm activation in Building E. Safety responded and the system was reset.

September 2 – Slippery Rock Police Department requested assistance with a domestic issue at Madison Grove. While university police were en route, Borough Police called stating the individual was gone upon arrival. University Police stood by while Borough Police conducted an investigation.

September 2 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in ROCK Apartment #7. The alarm was set off by burnt food and the system was reset.

September 2 – University Police assisted Slippery Rock Police Department with a prior incident on Mulberry Lane. Both units were unable to contact the person and no further action was taken.

September 3 – Police received a panic alarm from North Hall. Police checked the area and discovered it was accidentally tripped.

September 3 – Slippery Rock Police Department received a call from 911 for a possible overdose off-campus. Pennsylvania State Police located the person at Moraine State Park by pinging their phone.

September 3 – An individual reported that their vehicle was damaged in the Union Commuter Lot. Security footage showed no one hit their car and the person was referred to Borough Police due to the damage possibly occurring while parked at her residence.

September 3 – Pennsylvania State Police requested assistance with a traffic stop on Keister Road. No other action was taken by Slippery Rock Police Department.

September 4 – Slippery Rock Police pulled over a car on Keister Road for speeding, resulting in an arrest for drugs. Zyhaire Young, 18, was charged with disorderly conduct and cited for exceeding maximum speed limits.

September 5 – Slippery Rock Police conducted a traffic stop on Keister Road. Clemente Runas, 22, was charged with a DUI and careless driving.

September 5 – Police received an alarm activation in Building E. The rooms were checked and all appeared to be fine. Safety was notified to check the detectors.

September 6 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in Building E. The alarm had been set off by burnt beef jerky and the alarm system was reset.

September 6 – Police received a call from a sibling stating that their sister was assaulted on campus the previous evening. An officer contacted the person and found out the incident occurred at the Grove Apartment complex. They were referred to Pennsylvania State Police to file an additional report.

September 7 – A person reported that there was a truck bumper laying on Centerville Pike causing a driving hazard. The information was relayed to the State Police.

September 7 – An officer on patrol observed a person in the East Lake Parking Lot that appeared to be intoxicated. The officer spoke to the individual who said they lived on Cameron Drive. The person’s friend picked them up and took them back to their apartment and no further police action was taken.

September 7 – Police received a call for a person in the lobby of Rhoads Hall having stomach pains. An ambulance was called and EMS on scene transported the individual to Butler Memorial Hospital.

September 7 – University Police responded to a person who was hit by a vehicle on Stadium Drive while riding an electric skateboard. The officer spoke to the injured skateboarder who stated the vehicle was possibly a Volkswagen Jetta. The vehicle pulled out of the Swope Music Hall Parking Lot, causing the skateboarder to swerve and brake to avoid collision. They fell to the ground, causing injuries to their left elbow, both knees, and left ankle and the vehicle proceeded without stopping to see if the skateboarder was okay. The case is currently under investigation.

September 7 – Police responded to a traffic accident in the Alumni Commuter Lot. A person was jumping another vehicle in the lot when their vehicle drifted backward and hit a parked car. Both individuals exchanged information and no further police action was taken.

September 7 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in Building F. The alarm was set off by an air freshener and the system was reset.

September 8 – Police responded to a fire alarm in Building F that was set off by burnt food. The alarm was reset.

September 8 – Police received a fire alarm activation in ROCK Apartment #8. The officer on location found the cause to be burnt food. The alarm system was reset.

September 8 – Slippery Rock Police Department requested assistance with a domestic issue on East Water Street. Both individuals were separated and no action was taken by University Police while Borough Police conducted the investigation.

Assistant News Editor at The Rocket

Emma is a junior history major with a minor in business administration. She is the assistant news editor for her first year in the Rocket. Throughout her high school years, she was a part of the school’s newspaper and served as the editor-in-chief her senior year. Her dream is to enter the public history field and work for the Smithsonian.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here