Police Blotter

Published by adviser, Author: Amber Cannon - Asst. News Editor, Date: November 20, 2014
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Borough

Nov. 2 – Three black males entered the Domino’s Pizza Shop on Main Street and assaulted an employee in the kitchen area and then fled the store.

Nov. 15 – Bruce Pelletier and Chelsey Martin were cited for underage consumption along Franklin Street after being seen carrying an open can of beer.

Nov. 15 – Marc Decorso was cited for an open container violation after being stopped at East Cooper Street and Normal Avenue carrying an open can of beer.

Nov. 16 – Charles Fowler was arrested for attempted kidnapping and recklessly endangering another person and disorderly conduct after an incident along Elm Street.

Nov. 17 – Meghan Boyd was cited for possessing a false identification card after attempting to purchase liquor at the Wine and Spirits Store along Grove City Road.

Campus

Nov. 6 – Markie Davis, 20, was charged with driving under the influence for a previous incident.

Nov. 12 – Police received a call for an individual who passed out on Field House Road. The individual refused medical treatment.

Nov. 14 – Ashley Boyd, 19, Noah Gasparin, 18, Elizabeth Vandecar, 19, and Joseph Zuckett, 18, were issued alcohol violations at Building A.

Nov. 15 – There was a call from Watson Hall for an odor of marijuana. The case is under investigation.

Nov. 15 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance at Sheetz.

Nov. 15 – Police received a call for a highly intoxicated female at Building B. The female was transported to the Health Center to be checked out.

Nov. 16 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance for an intoxicated individual at Subway.

Nov. 16 – There was a reported theft of items at Building B. The case is under investigation.

Nov. 16 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance to transport an individual to the borough building. The individual was then transported to Butler County Jail.

Nov. 17 – Police received a car to check on the welfare of a student at Rhodes Hall. Police made contact with the student and he made the call to say that he’s okay.

Nov. 17 – Police responded to a vehicle that slid into another car at West Lake Lot. A tow truck responded and had the car removed. Information was exchanged.

Nov. 17 – There was a call for an altercation among roommates at Building B. The caller just wanted a report filed and did not want any charges pressed.

Nov. 18 – Police received a call for an individual causing problems at the register at Boozel Dining Hall. The individual was asked to see an I.D. and was found to have an active warrant. The individual was transported to the magistrates for processing.

Nov. 18 – Police responded to a medical call for an individual having a seizure in Bailey Library. An ambulance was dispatched, but the individual refused medical transport.

Nov. 18 – Police received a call for an alcohol violation at Building F. The individual was referred to student conduct.

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