11/18/2021 Blotter

Published by Emma Velesig, Date: November 18, 2021
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November 11 – Butler 911 notified University Police to assist Slippery Rock Borough Police with an individual on Kiester Road that had taken drugs and was “out of control”. University police on the scene drove the borough patrol unit to the university police parking lot.

November 11 – Police responded to a vehicle accident on BSB Alley. No injuries were reported and both drivers exchanged the required information.

November 11 – Police received a complaint of harassment that started the day prior in The Quad. The case is currently under investigation.

November 12 – Police received a smoke detector activation in Building D. The cause was burnt food and the system was reset.

November 12 – A CA from Building B called police after hearing noises of someone vomiting. No one answered the door when police knocked and the door was locked. After the GRD was called to key in for a safety check, both parties inside tested positive on the portable breathalyzer test. An incident report was made.

November 13 – Two people were reported to be fighting near the University Union on Central Loop. Police checked the area and no one in the area matched the descriptions they were given.

November 13 – Police received a fire alarm activation from ROCK Apartment #3. The building was evacuated and the fire department responded, where they found the cause to be a burnt belt on a washing machine. Residents returned to the building once the fire department cleared it for entry.

November 13 – Police received a smoke detector activation from ROCK Apartment #4. The cause was burnt food and the system was reset.

November 14Jonathan Stout, 19, was charged with a DUI after being stopped on Central Loop. Titus Goldson, 19, and Alec Penak, 19, were in the vehicle with Stout and were also charged with possession of alcohol by a minor.

November 14 – Police received a smoke detector activation. The cause was possible deodorant spray and the system was reset.

November 15 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Building F. The cause was a burnt grilled cheese sandwich and the system was reset.

November 15 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Building E. Safety responded and found the cause to be fragrance of some sort and the system was reset.

November 15 – Police received a call for a suitcase that had been left behind in the lobby area of Building F. The security video was reviewed and the owner was identified, which they stated there was just clothing in the suitcase.

November 15 – Police were dispatched for an individual refusing to leave Building E after getting into an argument with another person. The person was identified and left upon the officers’ arrival. The case is under investigation.

November 15 – A CA from Building E called 911 stating an individual was passed out in their bathroom. An ambulance was dispatched and the person was transported to the Grove City Medical Center.

November 16 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation from Building F. The cause was burnt food and the system was reset.

November 16 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation from ROCK Apartment #5. The cause was burnt steak and the system was reset.

November 16 – Police received a call that an individual passed out but was now conscious in the Smith Student Center (SSC) commuter parking lot. The officer on the scene transported the person to the Student Health Center.

November 17 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation from Building D. Safety responded and reported it to be a bad smoke detector base and the company was contacted.

November 17 – An individual came to the police station to file a fraud report for an unknown person that they contacted through Snapchat. The individual was referred to the FBI to file the report.

November 17Isaac Miller, 18, was charged with theft and receiving of stolen property after breaking into a car at the Harrisville Building that was reported on Nov. 10. Miller stole a new iPhone charger as well as a mug of quarters from the vehicle, later going to Sheetz to ask for an exchange of cash for the change in the mug.

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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Emma Velesig
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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