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Blotter 11/9/17

graphic by Victoria Davis

graphic by Victoria Davis

Adam Zook, Assistant News Editor

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November 2- Police were dispatched to 129 High Street for a tree that fell onto two vehicles. The vehicles were parked in the driveway of the residence unattended.

November 2- The Butler County Sheriff Office requested assistance from university police to serve a Protection From Abuse Citation. The individual was located at Rhoads Hall and served the PFA.

November 2- Police were dispatched to Rocky’s Grill for an individual that passed a counterfeit $20 bill. The case is currently under investigation.

November 4- Police received a call from a community assistant in Building B for a drug violation. Nathan Kroll, 21, was cited and items were seized.

November 4- A trash can burning in Watson Hall drew the attention of police. The community assistant in the area extinguished the flames as police arrived on scene.

November 4- Police initiated a traffic stop on the Central Loop which resulted in suspicion of DUI. Charges are currently pending.

November 5- Police were called to Building E to check on an individual who had suffered a seizure. The person was sent to the Health Center to be checked out.

November 5- Individual reported an unknown person broke into their vehicle in the Alumni Lot and took various items. The case is currently under investigation.

November 7- The community assistant in Building E called police about an odor of marijuana coming from a room. Items related to drug paraphernalia were seized and Imoni Williams, 19, was cited for disorderly conduct.

November 7- Police were called to Boozel Dining Hall for a report of stolen monies. The case is currently under investigation.

November 7- Police received a call that an individual was tearing down posters and was highly intoxicated in Building E. The individual was located and eventually transported to the hospital by EMS.

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Blotter 11/9/17