10/21/2021 Blotter

Published by Emma Velesig, Date: October 21, 2021
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October 14 – Police responded to an individual who possibly passed out at the University Union. The individual refused medical treatment and was transported back to their dorm at Rhoads Hall.

October 15 – Police received a fire alarm activation from ROCK Apartment #2. Safety on location found the cause to be from burnt food and the system was reset.

October 16 – Police responded to an Ephone activation on Maltby Avenue. No one was found in the area and the system was reset.

October 16 – Pennsylvania State Police used the Datamaster at the university police station for a possible DUI.

October 16 – A call was received for an individual needing medical assistance in Watson Hall. An ambulance was dispatched and the person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

October 16 – An individual called to report they may have broken their fingers at the Mihalik-Thompson Stadium. An ambulance was dispatched but the person refused medical treatment and no further action was taken.

October 16 – Police received a call for a highly intoxicated person that entered Aebersold Recreation Center to try and use the bathroom to throw up. Police found the individual and EMS on the scene transported them to the Grove City Medical Center.

October 16 – Police received a report of an individual with a possible broken leg at the Lower Stadium Lot A. The bone was visible and bleeding and EMTs transported them to the Grove City Medical Center.

October 16 – An individual was reported to be acting disorderly while police were handling the prior medical emergency at the Lower Stadium Lot A and refused to leave the area. Elana Chester, 26, was charged with public drunkenness.

October 16 – Police received a report of an individual with a possible broken ankle/leg at the Mihalik-Thompson Stadium. Police and EMTs transported them to Butler Memorial Hospital.

October 16 – Police were flagged down by an individual who saw a person passed out under a tree on Kiester Road. The individual was contacted and was okay and no further action was taken.

October 16 – Police responded to an Ephone activation on Rock Pride Drive. No one was in the area upon their arrival and the alarm was reset.

October 16 – An alcohol violation was reported in Building D with multiple residents and guests involved. Two juveniles were transported to the police station to be picked up by their parents and Alize Gernot, 18, Gianna Kubasiak, 18, Jazmine Schultz, 18, and Elijah Yancy, 20, were all cited with the purchase of alcohol by a minor.

October 17 – PSP was at the university police station with an intoxicated individual waiting for their parents to pick them up.

October 17 – PSP utilized the Datamaster at the university police station for a possible DUI, the individual refused a test.

October 17 – University police conducted a traffic stop on Kiester Road for a vehicle driving without headlights. Alcohol was found in the vehicle and Brody Allison, 18, Allison Buck, 18, and Elana Dipippa, 19, were cited with the purchase of alcohol by a minor.

October 17 – University police received a call for vandalism in Building A. Matthew Leehan, 18, was charged with criminal mischief.

October 17 – Police responded to a medical call for an individual with abdominal pains in Building E. The person was taken to the hospital by ambulance.

October 18 – PSP requested assistance with a domestic disturbance on South Main Street. University police separated both individuals involved and PSP took over the investigation.

October 19 – Police received a fire alarm activation from ROCK Apartment #8. It was unknown what set off the alarm and the system was reset.

October 20 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in ROCK Apartment #4. The alarm was set off by burnt food and the system was reset.

October 20 – Police received a call from a CA in Building A that smelled an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room. The officers faintly smelled an odor but no marijuana was found. The case was referred to Student Standards and no further police action was taken.

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.

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