9/1/22 Blotter

Published by Leyna McClelland, Date: September 3, 2022
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August 22 – Police received a call from McKay Education Building from an individual who said they received a call from a person stating they damaged their vehicle. The person also stated they were going to call the DMV on them. The phone call was made from Pranked by Pranked.com. No further action was taken.

August 22 – Police responded to a panic alarm activation at the Smith Student Center. The desk attendant hit the panic button accidentally. The alarm for the building was reset.

August 22 – Police responded to a call of a verbal disturbance between a boyfriend and girlfriend at the ROCK Apartments. The officer spoke to both parties. The officer said the individuals should have no further contact for the rest of the evening.

August 22 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at Watson Hall. The alarm was set off by burnt food. The alarm system was reset.

August 22 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation. The alarm was set off by someone steaming their clothing. The alarm system was reset.

August 23 – A nurse from the Student Health Center requested an ambulance for an individual needing medical treatment. An ambulance was dispatched.

August 23 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation at the ROCK apartments. The alarm was set off by burnt food. The fire alarm was reset.

August 23 – Police received a call from an individual in Old Main stating there was an older woman displaying signs of possible dementia. The caller said that the woman was directed toward the Art Sculptures Building. An officer arrived at the location and the woman was not in sight of the area or in the building.

August 23 – Police responded to a panic alarm activation going off in the Smith Student Center. The desk attendant pressed the panic button because there was a person in the front of the building preaching hate speech.

August 23 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in the ROCK apartments. The alarm was set off by burnt toast. The alarm was reset.

August 23 – Police received a call from Morrow Field House for an individual that felt like they were going to pass out. The person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

August 23 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in Building F. The alarm was set off by a person applying cosmetics. The fire alarm was reset.

August 23 – Police received a panic alarm activation from the Fowler Building. Officer was unable to reset the alarm. No one was in the building. The reason for activation is unknown.

August 23 – Police received a call from a CA in Building B reporting an odor of marijuana on the second floor. The officer walked through the building. No odor was detected.

August 23 – Police responded to an individual having an allergic reaction at Boozel Dining Hall. The person refused medical treatment. No further action was taken.

August 23 – An individual filed a hit-and-run report while their vehicle was parked in the Union Commuter Parking Lot. Security video will be reviewed. This case is still under investigation.

August 24 – Police were dispatched for a hit-and-run. The person states that their car was parked in the PT Lot at 8 a.m. When they returned at 5:40 p.m., they observed damage to the back of their hatch. This case is still under investigation.

August 24 – Butler 911 transferred a call made from Rhoads Hall of an individual stating they met an unknown person online and exchanged intimate pictures of themselves. The person is now demanding money or they will send the pictures of the victim to the callers’ friends. The unknown person did send pictures to their friends. The victim sent the unknown person $300.00 each. The victim was referred to the FBI Cyber Crime link to file a report.

August 24 – Police received a call from a concerned parent that stated they haven’t heard from their child who is diabetic and said their numbers were dropping. They requested the police to do a welfare check on their child. Police contacted the individual who stated they had just spoken to their father, and all was OK.

August 24 – The Student Health Center called requesting that an officer checks on an individual that was not answering their parent’s phone call. The person was ill. Officers and the GRD went to Building E to ensure the person was alright. The person was resting. The student called their parent while the officer and GRD were still in the dorm room.

August 24 – Police responded to a vehicle accident in the Union Commuter Lot. No injuries were reported, and both vehicles were still in shape to be driven. The drivers exchanged their required information. No further police action was taken.

August 24 – Police received a fire alarm activation in Building F. The alarm may have been set off by dust. The alarm was reset.

August 24 – Police received a call transferred from Butler 911 for a child missing from the Day Care Center. Upon investigation, the child was put on the wrong bus at the elementary school. The child was discovered at the end of the bus route and was taken back to the Day Care Center. No further police action was taken.

August 24 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation. The alarm was set off by burnt mac and cheese. The alarm was reset.

August 25 – A Student Health Center nurse called requesting an ambulance be dispatched for an individual to be transported to the hospital.

August 25 – Police responded to an Ephone activation on Morrow Way. The officer didn’t see anyone in the area. The reason for activation is unknown. The alarm system was not reset. A message was left with IT to check the system.

August 26 – Police received a call from an individual at Pine Glenn requesting an ambulance for terrible pain in their side. The call was forwarded to Butler Control.

August 26 – An individual went into the police station to report witnessing a hit-and-run in the West Lake Commuter Lot. The person obtained vehicle registration. The driver was identified and was issued a traffic violation.

August 26 – Police received a complaint from an individual stating their prior girlfriend retrieved a photo from a person’s cell phone and sent it to their new girlfriend. The individual wanted the police to be aware of the incident.

August 26 – Police received a call from a Building E CA for an alcohol violation. Alcohol was discovered and the persons were cited for an alcohol violation.

August 26 – Police were dispatched for an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room in Building B. An officer came to the dorm and no odor of marijuana was detected.

August 27 – Police received a call from an individual wanting to file a complaint against their building maintenance personnel at the University Village. The caller was referred to call PSP.

August 27 – Butler Control requested university police to assist Slippery Rock PD with a large group of males supposedly fighting in the street with unknown weapons on Main Street. Police units went to the scene and two actors were taken into custody. University police assisted in securing the scene while Borough PD conducted the investigation.

August 27 – A CA called the University Police in Building E for an alcohol violation. A report was taken and charges are pending.

August 27 – Police were called to respond to a large party at University Village to disperse the crowd. Police noticed a female lying on the ground. An ambulance was called and they transported the female to the hospital. SRUPD called, later on, to check on the status of the female that was discharged from the hospital.

August 27 – A CA from Building F called University Police to report an alcohol violation. Citations will be filed in the mail.

August 28 – A CA from Building F called University Police to report an alcohol violation. When officers arrived, the CA stated he did not see or witness any alcohol. The CA stated he heard “male voices” but females live in the room. No one answered the door. The officers cleared the scene.

August 28 – Police were called for a person who fell in Building B, with a possible knee injury. An ambulance was called, but the person refused to transport to the hospital.

August 28 – A person called SRUPD about a noise complaint at The Grove. The person was transferred to PSP Butler to handle the call.

August 28 – Police observed a female hanging out of the sunroof of a car and screaming on Fairview Drive. Police initiated a traffic stop. The charges are pending for a DUI of a juvenile and other traffic violations. The juveniles were transported to SRUPD to contact their parents. SRUPD transported the juveniles back to their home residence. Three juveniles, and Aleeza Cabral, 19, were cited with alcohol violations.

August 28 – Police were notified about juveniles running throughout the buildings and making threats towards another person in the group. All of the juveniles were identified and their parents/guardians were noticed. The juveniles were told not to run and scream through the buildings and they were asked to leave.

August 29 – Police received a call from a concerned parent requesting police conduct a welfare check on their son. The son, who is diabetic, has an app on his phone that was stating that his sugar was low. The parents were unable to contact him. The police got ahold of the male, who lives in Building B, and got him some apple juice and a granola bar to raise his sugar. The parent was notified.

August 29 – Police were dispatched for a fire alarm activation in Building B. The alarm was set off by burnt mac and cheese. The alarm was reset.

August 30 – Police received a call from an individual in East Lake Parking Lot stating they were parked in the parking lot with another vehicle next to them. The driver of the vehicle exited the vehicle and hit the victim’s vehicle with their car door causing damage. The person didn’t leave the required information. The person in the vehicle has been identified. This case is under investigation.

August 30 – Police were dispatched for a fire alarm activation in Building D. The alarm was set off by burnt easy mac. The alarm was reset.

August 30 – Police were dispatched for a person in need of medical attention in Building D. The police got in contact with the parents. The parents came to campus and picked up their son.

August 30 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in the ROCK apartments. The fire alarm was set off by a person cooking. The alarm system was reset.

August 31 – Police received a call about a person parked in the West Lake Commuter Lot. The person appeared to be struggling to keep their head up. The police spoke to the individual. All was OK.

August 31 – Police were dispatched for a panic alarm activation in Old Main. The alarm was set off by maintenance personnel moving around desks and taking apart the panic button. The alarm was unable to be reset.

August 31 – Police were dispatched for an individual needing medical treatment in the Miller Auditorium. The individual dislocated their knee. The person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

August 31 – University Police served a felony warrant on an individual smoking marijuana in their dorm room in Building B. Marijuana was discovered, and the person will be cited.

August 31 – An individual came into the police department to speak to an officer regarding them being accused of assaulting another individual. The case is under investigation.

August 31 – Police received a call from an individual about a person operating a gray, Mercedes Benz near Mcdonald’s driving recklessly. The call was forwarded to Slippery Rock Borough Police.

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Leyna is a sophomore English major with a concentration in literary, film, and cultural studies. Working in the journalism field for all four years of high school, this is Leyna’s first year on The Rocket staff as the assistant news editor. After college, Leyna hopes to work in publishing and eventually work her way up to being a fiction editor for novels. When Leyna isn’t in the office, she enjoys writing poetry.

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