April 15 – University police respond to a welfare check request near the water tower. Police talked with the individual and considered all to be fine. Police transported the person to the Student Health Center.

April 15 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested assistance for possible DUI on Elm Street. A Borough police officer utilized the Datamaster at the university police station. University Police stood by until vehicle was towed.

April 15 – Police received an intruder alarm activation and found the alarm to be set off by cleaning personnel entering the room. The alarm system was reset.

April 16 – University Police responded to a fire alarm activation in Building E and Safety was notified. The alarm was activated by burnt food and was reset.

April 20 – University Police received an intruder alarm activation in Fowler Building and found the alarm was set off by staff entering the building without an alarm code. The alarm system was reset.

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Joe is a senior communication major with concentrations in converged journalism and digital media production. This is his second year with The Rocket and first as the news editor. With a penchant for asking tough questions, his byline can be found on more than 100 articles for The Rocket including many breaking news and investigative pieces. During the hours he’s not wearing the hat of student journalist, he spends his time as a husband, father and dog owner in Slippery Rock.


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