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Amber Cannon, Assistant News Editor

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Feb. 10 – A hit-and-run was reported along South Main Street in front of La Famiglia.

Feb. 11 – A business along Grove City Road reported that storm drain covers were stolen from their parking lot overnight.

Feb. 14 – Jordyn Bennett was arrested for retail theft at Sheetz.

Campus

Feb. 11 – Police received a call from another school that a male wanted to harm himself at North Hall. Police checked on the male and he was fine. He was referred to the counseling center.

Feb. 11 – A motor from a dryer set off a fire alarm at North Hall.

Feb. 11 – Police responded to a call about a domestic dispute at Building D. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 12 – A metis alarm was accidently tripped when a student bumped into it with their backpack at Bailey Library. The alarm was reset.

Feb. 12 – Police were called for a female who fell and hit her head off the ground at Boozel Dining Hall. The female was transported to Grove City Hospital by ambulance.

Feb. 12 – There was a reported theft of a bicycle along Field House Road. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 12 – Police were called for a theft at the Robert. M Smith Student Center. Charges were filed.

Feb. 12 – A metis alarm was accidently tripped at Spotts. The alarm was reset.

Feb. 12 – Jeffrey Cook, 48, was charged with theft for a previous incident.

Feb. 16 – Police noticed damaged to the poles along Service Drive. Officers located the vehicle and citations were issued.

Feb. 16 – Police were flagged down about a reported of damage to a vehicle at the Upper Stadium Lot. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 16 – There was a call about damage done to posters at Building F. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 16 – Police were called for an unknown individual accessing a room in which the individual was not authorized at Building A. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 16 – A hair dryer set off a fire alarm at the R.O.C.K Apartments. The alarm was reset.

Feb. 17 – The manager at the bookstore set off an intruder alarm. The panel was reset.

Feb. 17 – Steam from the shower set off a fire alarm at Building F. The alarm was reset.

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