4/14/22 Blotter

Published by Mac Bell, Date: April 14, 2022
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April 7 – An individual filed a non-reportable accident that occurred at the West Lake Commuter Lot at around 11 a.m. The report was taken and video surveillance footage was saved.

April 8 – Police were called to assist with an individual having a seizure at Green and White Way. Police responded along with Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and the individual was transported to the hospital.

April 8 – The police were investigating the theft of multiple items at the Robert M. Smith Student Center (SSC). The case is still under investigation.

April 8 – Police were dispatched for an injury during a track and field meet at the Mihalik-Thompson Stadium. The individual was transported to the hospital.

April 8 – Police were contacted for a person who fell and possibly broke their ankle at the Union Commuter Lot. EMS was dispatched and the individual was transported to the hospital.

April 8 – Police were called to The Grove Apartments to respond to an individual who fell off a balcony. EMS was dispatched and the individual was transported to the hospital.

April 9 – Police were called by 911 for an individual that was hit by a car at the Lower Stadium C Lot. EMS was dispatched and the individual was transported to the hospital. The case is currently under investigation.

April 9 – Police kept getting calls from an individual whispering into the phone. Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) responded to the call that came from Davcol Lane and informed police that the calls would stop.

April 9 – Police were contacted by a CA at Building D for a possible alcohol violation. No alcohol was found but two individuals left the room and were discovered to be non-students who were not signed in. A report was referred to student conduct.

April 9 – Police responded to a trouble alarm that was going off at the Rock Apartments #3. They checked the panel and everything was okay. Safety was notified to check the system.

April 9 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in the Harmony House at the Robert A. Macoskey Center that was caused by burnt food. The panel was reset.

April 9 – Police responded to a trouble alarm in the mechanical room at the SSC caused by leaking water. Maintenance was called out to respond.

April 9 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at the Rock Apartments #1 caused by burnt food. The panel was reset.

April 9 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Building A caused by a hair dryer. The panel was reset.

April 12 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance with a traffic stop regarding a possible DUI on South Main Street. University Police stood by for the officer’s safety.

April 12 – Police responded to a panic alarm activation at the Maltby Center. The building was searched and deemed secured. No one was in the building and a message was left with Safety.

April 13 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance with a domestic assault in progress in an SUV on Hall Road. University police located the vehicle and PSP were on scene while Slippery Rock Borough Police conducted an investigation.

April 13 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at the Rock Apartments #7 caused by burnt perogies. 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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