Blotter 3/30/23

Published by Layla Joseph, Date: April 3, 2023
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March 24 – Police received a report on the tip line regarding possible drug activity on campus. An officer spoke with the involved parties and referred the investigation to student standards.

March 24 – Police received reports that a person had passed out in the Smith Student Center. An officer was able to give the student a ride to the health center for further evaluation. 

March 24 – The Health Center requested EMS be dispatched to transport a student to the emergency room. Slippery Rock EMS arrived and transported a student to AHN Grove City for further treatment. 

March 24 – An individual from Rhoads Hall filed a report that they believed someone had been in their dorm room during spring break. It was confirmed that a health and safety check had occurred.

March 24 – Dispatch received a fire alarm for Rock Apartment #5. An officer responded and found the cause to be burnt food. The panel was reset and the officer cleared. 

March 25 – Police received an E-phone activation in an elevator at Building F. The dispatcher was able to confirm that all was okay. The E-phone was reset. 

March 25 – Police received an E-phone activation in an elevator at Building E. The dispatcher was able to confirm that all was okay. The E-phone was reset. 

March 25 – Police received an E-phone activation from the front entrance of Watson Hall. An officer responded and was able to confirm that all was okay. The E-phone was reset. 

March 25 – A person called to report a fight at the Mihalik-Thompson Stadium. An officer responded and determined that it was a misunderstanding. There was not a fight, so the officer cleared. 

March 25 – A caller reported that someone had hit their vehicle parked along Rock Pride Drive. An officer responded and spoke with the caller. The case is under further investigation. 

March 25 – Dispatch received a fire alarm activation in Building A. An officer responded and found that a hair dryer had set the alarm off. The panel was rest and the officer cleared. 

March 26 – Police received a report of a possible alcohol violation in Building A. Officers responded and spoke with the individuals in the room. Eleanor Faulds, 20, Gabriella Janusek, 18, Lajada Myers, 19 and Cassidy Savitski, 19, were found to be underage and intoxicated. Charges are pending.

March 26 – While on patrol, an officer noticed a stop sign that had blown over at West Central Loop after high winds. Maintenance was notified to repair the sign.

March 26 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance at Aebersold Recreation Center (ARC). The borough police were looking to speak with an individual who was involved in an incident in their jurisdiction. SRUPD stood by while the borough officer conducted their investigation. 

March 26 – Slippery Rock EMS provided medical care to a person at the ARC. Grace Obringer, 18, was found to be underage and intoxicated. Charges have been filed.

March 27 – Dispatch received a call about a bat in the lobby of Building D. Officers responded and removed the bat from the building. 

March 27 – EMS was dispatched to SRUPD for someone who was not feeling well. The individual was transported to Butler Memorial Hospital for further treatment. 

March 27 – Dispatch received a fire alarm activation in Building E. Safety responded and found the cause to be that a large amount of Febreeze had been used. The panel was reset.

March 27 – Dispatch received a fire alarm activation in Rock Apartment #4. Safety found the cause to be a hair dryer. The panel was reset.

March 27 – Police were requested to assist Slippery Rock Borough Police to conduct a welfare check on Elm Street. An officer responded and stood by while the borough officer addressed the concern.

March 27 – Dispatch received a fire alarm activation in Rock Apartment #5. An officer responded and found the cause to be burnt food. The panel was reset.

March 27 – Police were notified of a traffic accident along Campus Drive. An officer responded and found that no one was injured. The parties exchanged information and the officer cleared. 

March 28 – Police received an E-phone activation in Building B. The dispatcher confirmed that all was okay. The E-phone was reset. 

March 28 – Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) requested assistance with a wanted individual who was being uncooperative with a trooper. SRUPD arrived and assisted PSP in taking the wanted person into custody. No further action was taken by SRUPD.

March 29 –  Dispatch received a fire alarm activation in Building B. Safety found the cause to be a hair dryer. The panel was reset.

March 29 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in Building A. Upon officer arrival, the building was evacuated. An officer checked the source and it was determined that someone overloaded the dryer, which caused the unit’s motor to start smoking. Maintenance was notified and the alarm system was reset. 

March 29 – Police received a call requesting an officer to conduct a welfare check on an individual in Building B who did not show up for class. The officer contacted the person who stated they did not feel well and that is why they missed class.

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