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Amber Cannon, Assistant News Editor

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Borough

Jan. 24 – Lukas Brooks was cited for disorderly house after being stopped along Elm Street and was found to have been consuming alcohol while under the age of 21.

Jan. 24 – Joseph Zingaro was cited for disorderly conduct after being stopped along Kiester Road and was also found in possession of a small amount of marijuana and paraphernalia.

Jan. 25 – Kyle Landfried was cited for disorderly house after being seen urinating in public at Gateway Park.

Jan. 26 – The property manager of 125 Franklin St. reported a window shot out with a BB gun.

Jan. 25 – Jonathan Macurak was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after being stopped for a traffic violation along Midway Alley.

Jan. 27 – The property manager of 125 Franklin St. reported another window had been shot out overnight with a BB gun.

Jan. 28 – Pry’s Towing reported a theft of services. A vehicle owner removed a car from their lot without paying the fees. The incident was resolved and no charges were filed.

Jan. 29 – James McGinnis and Kaitlyn Nelson were cited for disorderly conduct after being found along Kelly Boulevard engaging in illegal behavior.

Jan. 29 – The property manager of 125 Franklin Street reported more windows were shot out with a BB gun.

Jan. 30 – Hunter Elcock was issued an open container violation after being seen walking along West Cooper Street with an open beer can.

Jan. 31 – A window was found to have been broken out of 313 Franklin St.

Jan. 31 – Darton Harwick, Marissa Buccilli and Alison Misho were cited for underage consumption.

Feb. 1 – Daniel Dorman, Nicholas MacBride and Timothy Keblesh were cited for underage consumption.

Feb. 1 – Chelsea Kreitzer and a 16-year-old juvenile were cited for underage consumption after being found consuming alcohol at Sheetz.

Feb. 2 – A backpack, wallet and numerous items were reported stolen from a residence along South Main Street.

Feb. 2 – A resident of Stonecrest Apartments reported that someone struck his vehicle overnight.

Feb. 3 – An unknown vehicle struck a parked vehicle in front of Bob’s Subs, damaging the driver side mirror.

Feb. 7 – A hit-and-run was reported along Franklin Street at the entrance to Sheetz. An unknown silver car, exiting Sheetz, struck a passing vehicle and left the scene.

Feb. 8 – Alex Chrzannowski was cited for disorderly house after being found in possession of an alcoholic beverage under the age of 21.

Feb. 8 – Jonathan Herrit was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.

 

Campus

Feb. 4 – Police received a call for a female who was unconscious at Swope. Police were unable to wake her. An ambulance arrived, but the victim refused transportation. The female was transported to the health center by police for check-up.

Feb. 4 – Police received a call for a male who ran off with a loaf of bread without paying at Boozel Dining Hall. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 5 – There was a call for a drug violation at Building E. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 5 – Police received a call for a metis alarm going off at Spotts. The alarm was accidently tripped and reset.

Feb. 5 – A female reported threats on social media. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 5 – Police received a call for a metis alarm going off at West Gym. The alarm was accidently tripped and reset.

Feb. 6 – Police responded to a tripped metis alarm. The panel was reset.

Feb. 6 – Brian Bylotas, 19, and Matthew Costa, 18, were issued alcohol violations at Rhodes Hall.

Feb. 6 – Police were called for an odor of marijuana at Building F. Nothing was found.

Feb. 7 – Borough police requested assistance on a traffic stop.

Feb. 7 – A police officer, while executing an arrest on a person, cut open his finger at the Advanced Technology and Science Hall. The officer was transported to the health center for treatment.

Feb. 7 – Police responded to an intruder alarm that was set off at the Bookstore at the Robert M. Smith Student Center. The manager set off the alarm.

Feb. 7 – Burnt food set off a fire alarm at the R.O.C.K Apartments. The alarm was reset.

Feb. 7 – Steam from the shower set off a fire alarm at the R.O.C.K Apartments. The building was evacuated and the panel was reset.

Feb. 7 – A hair dryer set off a fire alarm at Building A. The panel was reset.

Feb. 7 – The health center requested an ambulance for a highly intoxicated individual at Rhodes Hall. The individual was transported to Grove City Hospital.

Feb. 7 – Police responded to a fire alarm at Building D. Steam caused the alarm to activate. The panel was reset.

Feb. 7 – Joshua Crawford, 18, and Cameron Bildhauer, 19, were issued drug violations at Building F.

Feb. 8 – Steam for the shower set off a fire alarm at Building F. The alarm was reset.

Feb. 8 – Borough police requested assistance for an intoxicated individual along Midway Alley.

Feb. 8 – Police responded to an alcohol violation at Building D. The individual was referred to student conduct.

Feb. 8 – Police responded to a metis alarm. The alarm was accidently hit. The panel was reset.

Feb. 9 – Josiah Bloise, 19, was charged with driving under the influence along Founders Way.

Feb. 9 – Marlon Juana, 22, was charged with theft for a previous incident.

Feb 9 – Police responded to a medical emergency at Patterson Hall. The individual was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

Feb. 9 – Police responded to an intruder alarm at the Ski Lodge. Maintenance set off the alarm. The panel was reset.

Feb. 10 – An individual reported his vehicle damaged at the BSB Commuter Lot. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 10 – A hair dryer set off a fire alarm at Building A. The panel was reset.

Feb. 10 – An individual reported his iPhone was taken from his room at Building F. The case is under investigation.

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