3/24/2022 Blotter

Published by Mac Bell, Date: March 24, 2022
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March 10 – Police received a call of a dark-colored vehicle driving on the sidewalk by the Robert M. Smith Student Center and Boozel Dining Hall. Security footage was reviewed and contact was made with the driver. The driver said he was not familiar with the area. No further police action was taken.

March 10 – Police responded to an individual that passed out and hit their head in the Vincent Science Center. The individual was transported to the Student Health Center.

March 10 – Police responded to an individual that was feeling ill at the Spotts World Culture Building. The individual was transported to the Student Health Center.

March 10 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Building E because of cleaning sprays. The alarm system was reset.

March 10 – Police received a call from a CA from Building F regarding a male that was causing a disturbance in the lobby. The male seemed to be on some type of drug. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) arrived and transported the male to Grove City Medical Center. The case is under investigation.

March 11 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Building E caused by burnt popcorn. The alarm system was reset. 

March 11 – Police were requested to North Hall to conduct a welfare check on an individual attempting to harm themselves. It was discovered that the individual lives at The Grove Apartments. Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) were notified and were already responding to the incident. 

March 11 – An individual filed a report stating that an unknown individual in a dark-colored Jeep shouted derogatory remarks at the individual and their friend on Green and White Way. The occupants of the jeep also threw a water bottle and loose change at them. Security video was reviewed and the case is under investigation.

March 12 – Police received a call from Butler 911 advising that they dispatch an ambulance for a highly intoxicated individual at Building E. The individual was transported to Grove City Medical Center. The individual will be referred to Student Conduct.

March 13 – Police responded to a panic alarm at the Maltby Center. The area was checked and no one was around. The panel was reset.

March 14 – Police received a call for an individual that was in need of medical attention at the Maltby Center. Police and EMS arrived on the scene and the individual refused treatment. No further action was taken.

March 15 – Police received a fire alarm activation at the Student Health Center caused by maintenance painting the facility. The alarm system was reset.

March 21 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Building E caused by burnt food. The alarm system was reset.

March 21 – Police responded to an individual that possibly wanted to harm themselves. The officer on scene and the individual were escorted to the Student Health Center.

March 22 – Police responded to an individual having a seizure at Building E. The individual was then transported to Grove City Medical Center.

March 23 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Building E caused by steam from the shower. The alarm system was reset.

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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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