9/8/22 Blotter

Published by Leyna McClelland, Date: September 8, 2022
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September 1 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation at the ROCK Apartments. The officer talked to the occupants of the apartment. They were sleeping and unaware of the fire alarm. The reason for activation is unknown. The alarm system was reset.

September 1 – Police were dispatched for a Ephone activation on Service Drive. No one was seen on the security video system. The officer said the Ephone appeared to be malfunctioning. They left a message for IT to check the system.

September 1 – Police received a call about a homeless person living in a hammock behind Rhoads Hall on Campus Drive. Officers contacted the person who is a student and was just relaxing between classes. All was OK. No further police action was taken.

September 1 – Police received a call from a CA in North Hall about a picture of an alcoholic beverage that was taken and in a dorm room. Officers attempted to make contact with the individual, but no one answered the door.

September 1 – Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) requested backup on a traffic stop on Maltby Avenue. University police stood by to observe the passengers inside of the stopped vehicle.

September 2 – Police responded for a fire alarm activation in the Spotts World Culture Building. Officers said the building was in full alarm mode. The reason for the activation is unknown. Officers were unable to reset the system. Safety was noticed and arrived on scene.

September 3 – Slippery Rock PD utilized the Datamaster with a possible DUI.

September 3 – Police were dispatched for an individual with a possible broken ankle at the McFarland Recreational Sports Complex. The individual was transported to the Grove City Medical Center.

September 3 – PSP requested backup on a traffic stop with multiple individuals on Harmony Road. University police stood by while PSP conducted a traffic investigation.

September 3 – Police received a call from a CA in Building A about an individual bringing a case of alcohol into the building. Officers made contact with the resident. No alcohol was found. It was a case of Fresca flavored soda. No further police action was taken.

September 3 – An individual requested a no-trespass order. The individual was given contact information for student support resources for a possible title IX.

September 4 – Police received a smoke detector activation in the ROCK Apartments. Officers checked the room, and the cause was burnt food. The panel was reset.

September 4 – Police received a call from a CA for an alcohol violation in Building F. Cory Butts, 19, Cole Charlton, 18, Alyssa Danley, 18, Annabelle Gumble, 18, Luke McCoy, 18, Ella Smokovich, 19, and Laci King, 18 were cited with alcohol violations.

September 5 – Police received a call for a bat in the stairwell of Building A. Police were able to catch the bat and released it outside.

September 6 – Police responded to a call from the Advanced Technology and Science Building for an individual that had passed out in class because they overheated. Person refused medical attention but requested transport to the Student Health Center. University police transported the person. Maintenance was notified to check the temperature of the building.

September 6 – Individual filed a complaint of harassment. The person stated they received a message on Instagram offering them $500 weekly to talk to them. Person received fake checks via email and contacted their bank to stop processing them. This case is still under investigation.

September 6 – Police responded to a traffic accident on Service Drive. Both individuals involved in the accident were present, and the vehicles were drivable. One driver stated they were experiencing discomfort in their neck area. All required information was exchanged.

September 6 – Police were dispatched for a fire alarm activation at Rhoads Hall. The building was evacuated. Officers checked the room. The cause of the activation is unknown. The alarm system was reset. Students were permitted to reenter the building.

September 7 – Police responded for an elevator Ephone activation in the Morrow Field House. There were a group of children at the swimming pool where the elevator is located. The reason for the activation is unknown.

September 7 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in Building B. The cause was burnt food. The alarm system was reset.

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