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Amber Cannon, Asst. News Editor

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April 10 – Police were called for an alcohol violation at Building E. The incident was referred to student standards.

April 10 – There was a call for a female who passed out the Aebersold Recreation Center. The female refused medical treatment.

April 11 – Jacob Kronenwetter, 19, was issued an alcohol violation for a previous incident.

April 11 – Steam from the shower set off a fire alarm at Building F. The alarm was reset.

April 11 – Burnt food set off a fire alarm at Watson Hall. The alarm was reset.

April 12 – Police received a notification from an E-Phone at Patterson Hall. Officers checked the area and no one was around.

April 12 – A hair straightener set off a fire alarm at Building F. The alarm was reset.

April 12 – Police received a call for an intruder alarm going off at Old Main. Officers checked the area and secured offices prior to leaving.

April 12 – There was a call for a male with a possible broken ankle at the Aebersold Recreation Center. The male was transported to Grove City Hospital by ambulance.

April 13 – Police were stopped by a worker who found suspicious items on the ground at North Hall. The items were removed and the case is under investigation.

April 13 – Mitchell Conklin, 18, was issued an alcohol violation for a previous incident.

April 13 – Police were called to meet a person who saw a male grabbing a girl by the arm and neck in the quad. Officers found the person and referred him to student conduct.

April 13 – A metis alarm was accidently tripped at the Advanced Technology and Science Hall. The panel was reset.

April 13 – Nathan Wilson, 19, was issued an alcohol violation for a previous incident.

April 13 – There was a call for a female who passed out at Patterson Hall. The female was transported to Butler Hospital by ambulance.

April 14 – Burnt toast set off a fire alarm at Building F. The alarm was reset.

April 14 – Burnt food set off a fire alarm at Building E. The alarm was reset.

April 15 – Police received a call from 911 that a fight was occurring at the tennis courts. Police checked the area and there were no fights happenings. 

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