10/3/19 Blotter

Published by Nina Cipriani, Date: October 3, 2019
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September 26 – Police received a fire alarm activation at the ROCK apartments. Safety was notified and the cause of the activation is unknown.

September 26 – Police received an intruder alarm at Ski Lodge. Staff member called police and stated that they set off the alarm accidentally.

September 27 – Police received multiple trouble alarms in Carruth Rizza Hall. Safety was notified and stated it was due to the high humidity and/or heat in the area. Police attempted to reset alarm, but the system continually went back into alarm mode.

September 27 – Police received and responded to a fire alarm in Weisenfluh Dining Hall. Police checked area and the cause was an oven, according to safety. The building was evacuated because of the alarm. Panel was reset, and the occupants of the building returned.

September 27 – Police received and responded to two fire alarms at the McKay Building. The cause of the alarms are unknown.

September 27 – Police were called about a crash on Harmony Road at Branchton. Police arrived until Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) took over the crash report.

September 27 – Police received a call from a person who stated an unknown vehicle hit their vehicle in Stadium C lot. Case is still under investigation.

September 27 – Police received a call for an alcohol violation in Building E. Alexandra Buchler, 18, Erin Collins, 18, Tiffany Conrad, 18, Joshua Connelly, 18, Carly Davis, 18, Alyssa Minguillon, 19, Alexis Schank, 18, and Ian Smith, 20, were cited with alcohol violations.

September 27 – Police received a call for an alcohol violation in Building A. A juvenile, 17, Lexis Hatzinikolas, 18, Hannah Mcginnis, 18, Ashley Panetta, 18, Joshua Peters, 18, Lexi Vinski, 18, and Ivy Zirnsak, 18, were cited with alcohol violations.

September 28 – Police received a call for an alcohol violation in Building E. Caleb Harskowitch, 19, John Kito, 18, and Aaron Rodgers, 18, were cited with alcohol violations. One person was taken by ambulance to the hospital.

September 28 – Police noticed a person vomiting outside of a building on Rock Pride Drive while waiting for an ambulance for an earlier call. Ambulance was dispatched, and they took the person to the hospital. Taylor Pasciolla, 18, was cited with an alcohol violation.

September 28 – Police received a pull station alarm in ROCK apartment seven. The reason why someone pulled alarm is unknown. This case is still under investigation for false alarm/tampering with fire apparatuses. Annalise Modrick, 18, was cited with disorderly conduct.

September 28 – Police received a call from a Community Adviser (CA) in Building F for marijuana. Police confiscated drug paraphernalia. Kaylee Johnson, 18, was cited with drug possession.

September 28 – Police received a call from a CA in Building F for marijuana. Cullen Bickham, 19, was cited with drug violation.

September 28Kaylee Johnson, 18, Morgan Seles, 18 and Samantha Torek, 18, were cited with alcohol violations.

September 29 – Police were called by borough police for assistance on a domestic on Kelly Boulevard. Police checked area, and they were unable to locate anything.

September 29 – Police conducted a traffic stop. Alexander Murphy, 18, was cited with an alcohol violation. Charges are pending for DUI upon toxicology report.

September 29 – Police received a call from a CA in Building D for an alcohol violation. Josselyn Fester, 19, was cited.

September 29Robert Greer, 18, was cited with a DUI.

September 30 – Police received a panic alarm in the SGA Bookstore. Safety was notified, and the reason of activation is unknown. It appeared to be a malfunction.

September 30 – Police received a complaint of damage to two message boards in an Eisenberg classroom. Report was taken and case is still under investigation.

September 30 – Police received a call from a concerned parent that had not been able to contact their child in a few days. Officers contacted person at Boozel Dining Hall and the individual was OK. Parent was notified.

October 1 – Police received a call of a bee’s nest, or wasp nest, or something of the sort on a sidewalk in the Quad between the Physical Therapy and Vincent Science Center buildings. Caller states that there was still some swarming around. Maintenance was notified and responded to location.

October 1Todd Ussack, 52, was cited with theft.

October 2 – Police received complaint of a motor vehicle parked in the Kraus Hall Parking lot with the lights on and loud music playing, causing a disturbance. Officer arrived at scene, checked area, and vehicle was gone upon arrival. No further police action was taken.

October 2 – Police received a call from a CA in Rhoads Hall that stated there was an odor of marijuana coming from a dorm room. Officer on scene spoke with person. Officers found numerous drugs, and charges are pending.

October 2 – Police received a call of a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Kiester and South Main Street. Upon officer’s arrival, both vehicles were moved to the side of the road. Officer spoke with both drivers who stated they were not injured. PSP was notified, and they took over the investigation.

October 2 – Police received a call from security company stating there was an intruder alarm activation in Weisenfluh Dining Hall. Officer on scene said all was OK. Dispatch advised security company of the malfunction.

October 2 – Police responded for a panic alarm activation in Rhoads Hall. Responding officer spoke to all staff personnel, and no one set off the alarm. Safety was notified of the malfunction.

October 2 – Police received a call of a motor vehicle accident on Campus Drive. Officer on scene spoke with both drivers. No injuries reported and both vehicles were drivable. It was a non-reportable accident. Both parties exchanged information.

October 2 – Police dispatch received a call from the Health Center nurse requesting that an ambulance be dispatched for an individual that needed medical attention. Dispatcher called Butler 911 and an ambulance was dispatched to transport person to an unknown medical facility.

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Nina Cipriani
Nina is a freshman majoring in communications: converged journalism. She has always wanted to be a journalist. In the beginning, around elementary school, she wanted to become an author and write a New York Times Bestseller. But since then, she has taken many English and journalism classes, and so her views of becoming that bestselling author altered dramatically. During high school, she was on the school newspaper staff freshman year to senior year. She also was the Editor In Chief of her high school newspaper during her senior year. As for her goals currently, she aspires to become a journalist for The New York Times. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music and watching Netflix, but specifically Friends. She is thrilled to be The Rocket’s assistant news editor, and she can’t wait to see what SRU has in store for her in the future.

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