2/17/22 Blotter

Published by Mac Bell, Date: February 17, 2022
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February 10 – Police received a call from a CA at Building F regarding a possible alcohol violation by multiple individuals. Lana Wallace, 18, Talia Summaria, 19, Tanner Ringwald, 19, Andrew Nivens, 19, Danielle Ferguson, 19, and Caden Dively, 19, were all cited for underage consumption of alcohol. 

February 10 – Police received a call from the Morrow Field House, requesting EMS for an individual that injured their ankles. The individual was transported to the Grove City Medical Center. 

February 10 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at the Rock Apartment #7 that was set off by burnt food. The alarm system was reset.

February 10 – Police were requested to conduct a welfare check on an individual from Building E. While officers were speaking with the CA, dispatch notified the officers that the individual was located and safe.

February 10 – The Student Health Center requested an ambulance for an individual in need of medical attention. The individual was transported to Butler Memorial Hospital. 

February 10 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Rock Apartment #1 which was set off by burnt food. The alarm system was reset.

February 11 – Police received a call from a motorist informing them of a missing stop sign at an intersection on Keister Road. University Police on scene determined the sign had been knocked over by a rogue vehicle. Slippery Rock Township’s maintenance department was notified of the incident by a communication officer. 

February 11 – Police received a call regarding a suspicious male, wearing Penn State apparel, roaming through the McKay Education Building. Once officers were on scene there was no suspicious male in sight and security footage showed no one was in the area.

February 11 – Slippery Rock Borough Police Department received a report of a stolen, white Honda HRV, License Plate number LRJ6380 on West Cooper Street. It was disclosed that the vehicle operator did leave the keys in the vehicle.

February 11 – Butler County 911 advised University Police to a domestic dispute at Pine Glenn for Pennsylvania State Police (PSP). Once on scene, University Police found that one party had left the area. University Police cleared the apartment and stayed with the victim until PSP arrived. 

February 12 – PSP were at the University Police Station to use the Datamaster for a possible DUI.

February 12 – PSP requested assistance by University Police on a traffic stop on Campus Drive regarding a possible DUI. The officer stood by while the trooper conducted the stop.

February 13 – A CA from Building F contacted police regarding an activated alarm that could not be located. Police checked all the doors and found one was left ajar. Once the officer shut the door the alarms turned off.  

February 13 – A nurse at the Student Health Center requested an ambulance for an individual to be transported for further treatment.

February 14 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Building F. The reason for activation was not determined. Safety was notified, and the alarm system was reset.

February 15 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at the Boozel Dining Hall twice. Safety was notified for both incidents and are having a technician check on the system. The alarm system was reset.

February 15 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Rhoads Hall. Once on scene officers observed heavy smoke in the hallway and had the students evacuate the building. Slippery Rock Fire Department were also dispatched to the scene. The cause was a burnt washer and dryer belt. Once the smoke was aired out students were allowed back inside.

February 15 – Police received a call from a CA in Building A regarding an individual smoking cannabis in their room. Once on scene officers did smell cannabis but found none. The incident was referred to Student Conduct.

February 16 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at the Advanced Technology and Science Hall (ATS) due to burnt toast. Safety was notified, and the building was briefly evacuated. The alarm system was reset.

February 16 – Police received a call regarding a parked car at the Lower Stadium C parking lot that had slid across the ice, while parked, into another parked car. Once on scene officers cited a vehicle for being illegally parked and had both drivers exchange information. No further action was taken.

February 16 – An individual arrived at the police station to report a hit-and-run at the West Lake Commuter Lot. While conducting an interview the individual told the officer they no longer wanted to file a report. No further action was taken.

February 16 – University Police were requested to assist the Slippery Rock Borough Police with a traffic accident on Elm Street. University Police on scene conducted traffic control.

February 16 – Police responded to an individual who had passed out at ATS. Police and EMS were on scene but the individual refused medical treatment. No further action was taken.

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Mac Bell
Mac Bell is a senior communication major with a concentration in converged journalism and a minor in political science. This is his first semester with The Rocket as assistant news editor. Aside from The Rocket, Mac is also busy serving as the president of WSRU-TV, working as the executive producer of a new hit production called “Butler Business Now." Mac hopes to become a news anchor for a news station in the Harrisburg area and serve his local community.

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