10/13/22 Blotter

Published by Nina Cipriani, Date: October 14, 2022
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October 7 – Police responded to an ex-boyfriend who was knocking on his ex-girlfriend’s window in the ROCK Apartments. The officer contacted the ex-boyfriend. He was advised not to have any contact with the other party. The case was referred to Student Standards.

October 7 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in the ROCK Apartments. The cause for the alarm was a humidifier. The alarm system was reset.

October 7 – Police were dispatched to a non-reportable accident involving the athletics van. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles were drivable.

October 7 – Police received a call from a CA in Building E about an alcohol violation. Julia Emerick, 18, and Stevan Reyes, 18, were cited with alcohol violations.

October 8 – Slippery Rock Borough PD utilized the Datamaster with a possible DUI.

October 9 – Police received a fire alarm activation in Building D. The cause was burnt food. The alarm was reset.

October 10 – Police responded to an individual in the Eisenberg Classroom Building having a seizure. The person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

October 10 – A nurse from the Student Health Center requested an ambulance for an individual who was unable to hold their head up, was dizzy, had a headache and was shaking. They were transported to the Grove City Medical Center.

October 10 – Police were dispatched to a vehicle in the Union Commuter Parking Lot that was damaged while a student was parked in the lot. Security video footage will be reviewed. This case is still under investigation.

October 10 – Police received a call from an individual in the Quad who was speaking about religion and wearing a body camera. Some students were bothered by the person’s speech. The officers conducted a walk-through, and all was OK.

October 10 – University Police received a third-party complaint about an individual who ran up to a person preaching in the Quad and grabbed the person’s sign and pulled them off of the bench. No report was filed.

October 10 – University Police requested to stand-by in the Quad for a person who was preaching. The person left the area.

October 10 – Police responded to an individual in the Aebersold Recreation Center who injured their right knee. The person refused medical treatment.

October 10 – Police received a call from an individual in Building D who reported an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room. The officer did not detect an odor.

October 10 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in Building F. The cause of the alarm was unknown. The alarm system was reset.

October 11 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in the ROCK Apartments. The building was evacuated when the officer arrived. The cause of the fire alarm was grease that almost set fire from a person frying food. The room was aired out, and the alarm system was reset.

October 11 – Police received an Ephone activation in Building A for an elevator. An individual attempted to notify the police that the elevator and Ephone are not working. Maintenance was notified.

October 11 – A nurse from the Student Health Center called to request an ambulance for a person with abdominal pain. The individual was transported to the hospital.

October 11 – Police received a call from Watson Hall about an unauthorized use of the Honors College credit card of $263.94 from Sept. 26. This case is still under investigation.

October 12 – Police received a call from an individual in Building E saying that they contacted a person on social media and exchanged nude photos of themselves. The person demanded $500 to not put the photos on their Instagram account within two hours. The person did not send any money. Their photos were not posted online.

October 12 – Slippery Rock PD requested backup for a welfare check on an individual near Normal Avenue. The borough police transported the person to Butler Memorial Hospital.

October 12 – Police received a call from a person in Building B saying they believed that they are being tracked by an Apple AirTag. This case is still under investigation.

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Nina is a senior communication major with a concentration in converged journalism and a certificate in global and intercultural communication. Nina serves as editor-in-chief for her second year. In her nearly four years on staff, Nina has written about 100 stories and staff editorials. Outside of The Rocket, Nina is the vice president of Lambda Pi Eta and serves on multiple advisory boards on campus. In her spare time, she enjoys watching documentaries and listening to music.

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