4/21/22 Blotter

Published by Mac Bell, Date: April 21, 2022
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April 14 – Police received a complaint of an unknown individual who was taking pictures of unknown individuals’ shoes under the stalls in the restroom in the Bailey Library. These pictures were posted to Instagram. The case is under investigation.

April 14 – Police responded to an individual in Building E who was in need of medical treatment. An ambulance was dispatched and the individual was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

April 14 – Police received a call from a CA in Building D regarding the odor of marijuana coming from the dorm. Police discovered the individual vaping legal CBD oil. The individual was advised to vape the oil outside of the building. The case was referred to Student Conduct. 

April 14 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance with an individual who was intoxicated and asked to leave Kwik Fill. The individual was located at the Dollar General and University Police stood by for the officer’s safety. 

April 14 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance with a possible wanted individual on Grove City Road. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that the person was not wanted. No further police action was taken.

April 15 – A nurse from the Student Health Center requested an ambulance for two separate occasions of individuals that needed medical treatment. Two ambulances were dispatched and the police were not requested to respond.

April 15 – Police received a call from a CA at Building F about a possible alcohol violation. Contact was made with the resident and alcohol was found. The case was referred to Student Conduct.

April 15 – Police received a complaint from an individual stating their vehicle was damaged while parked in the Founders Middle Resident Parking Lot. The individual said the vehicle was parked on April 9, and they noticed the damage on April 15. The case is under investigation.

April 15 – Police received a call about a fallen tree on a vehicle that was parked in the Rocket Circle Resident Lot. The owner of the vehicle was identified and they met an officer at their vehicle. Maintenance was notified to respond and clear the tree from the area. 

April 16 – Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) requested assistance with a fight at University Village that potentially involved a gun. Once the large crowd dispersed, the individuals were identified and no firearm was discovered. PSP took over the investigation.

April 16 – PSP were at the University Police Station to use the Datamaster for a possible DUI. The individual refused to get tested.

April 16 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Rock Apartments #1 because of burnt food. The alarm system was reset.

April 18 – Police responded to an intruder alarm activation at the Ski Lodge. The officer discovered maintenance staff that was working in the building and set off the alarm. The alarm system was reset. 

April 18 – Police received a call from an individual who said that they hit a large pothole on Stadium Drive and damaged their front passenger side tire. The officer surveyed the area and found no potholes. The case is under investigation.

April 19 – Police responded to a fire alarm at North Hall caused by burnt food. The alarm system was reset.

April 19 – Police received a call requesting a welfare check on an individual at Building A. Contact was made and everything was OK.

April 20 – Police received a call from the cleaning staff at the Art Building about a student that fell asleep at the computer. The student was advised that they were not permitted to sleep in the building.

April 20 – Police received a call from an individual at Building D that needed transported to the Student Health Center. The police arrived and the University Police transported the individual

April 20 – Police responded to a panic alarm activation at Rhodes Hall. The officer said everything was OK. The reason for the activation is unknown and Safety was contacted to check the system.

April 20 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at the McKay Education Building. Everything was OK. The system was reset.

April 20 – Police responded to a complaint of theft at the Robert N. Aebersold Student Recreation Center(ARC). The individual left their belongings in a cubicle, and when they returned, the belongings were missing. The case is under investigation.

April 20 – Police responded to an intruder alarm activation at the Ski Lodge which was set off by the cleaning staff. The alarm system was reset.

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