9/29/22 Blotter

Published by Nina Cipriani, Date: September 30, 2022
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September 19 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in Building B. The alarm was caused by burnt food.

September 19 – Police received a call from a student in the Eisenberg Classroom Building about a student that passed out. The person was awake when the officer arrived. The person refused medical treatment. The university police transported the person back to their residence.

September 19 – Police received a call from an individual in Watson Hall saying they needed a ride to the Health Center because they were dizzy, cold and shaking. Police transported the individual to the Health Center.

September 19 – Police received a call from a nurse at the Health Center requesting an ambulance. The ambulance transported the person to the Grove City Medical Center.

September 19 – Police responded to an individual in need of medical treatment at North Hall. Police contacted the person and all was OK. The person was given the contact information of services that the campus offers.

September 19 – Police received a call about an alleged assault at Building B. The officer spoke to the individual. The assault occurred on Sept. 16 in the Slippery Rock Borough. SRUPD was notified and took over the investigation.

September 21 – Police responded to an individual who had passed out in the Aebersold Recreation Center. The person was transported to the Grove City Medical Center.

September 21 – Police responded to an individual in Building B that was dizzy, and their hands and legs were numb. The police transported the person to the Health Center.

September 21 – Slippery Rock Borough Police requested university police assistance with a warrant on an individual that was in Sheetz on Franklin Street.

September 21 – A person filed a theft report at the station. The person said that while their vehicle was parked in the Lower Stadium Parking Lot, an unknown person removed their license plate cover from their vehicle. This case is still under investigation.

September 21 – Police responded to an intruder alarm activation in the Ski Lodge. The person had permission to be in the building, but their code access number wasn’t working to reset the alarm system.

September 21 – University police assisted with a traffic stop. University Police stood by for officer safety.

September 22 – Police responded to an individual having severe pains in their lower abdomen in Watson Hall. The person was transported to the Grove City Medical Center.

September 22 – Police responded to an individual in Central Loop that injured their ankle while they stepped on the edge of the sidewalk. The person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

September 22 – Police responded to an individual who passed out in the Art Sculpture Building. The individual refused medical treatment. The person called their grandmother, who came to campus and picked them up. No further police action was taken.

September 23 – Police received a call from an individual who was concerned about the welfare of an SRU student. It was determined that the individual lived off campus. The call was transferred to PSP Butler.

September 23 – PSP Butler requested University Police to assist them at The Grove to conduct a welfare check on an individual. The scene was cleared upon arrival.

September 23 – The Health Center called SRUPD to request an ambulance for a bee sting. SRUPD assistance was not needed. Slippery Rock EMS responded and transferred the investigation.

September 23 – An individual came to the station to report concerns about their own personal safety. The individual spoke with an officer and was reminded of the various university resources available for students. No further police action was taken.

September 23 – Police received an Ephone alert from Building B. The officer said all was OK.

September 23 – Police received a request from Slippery Rock Borough Police to attempt to locate a wanted individual near Water Street. Officers took the individual into custody. SRUPD cleared the scene.

September 24 – Police received a call from a GRD in Building A. All parties were given resources.

September 24 – Police received a call from a parent who had not heard from their kid who lived in Watson Hall. Police located the person and they were OK.

September 24 – Police were notified of an individual at the Mihalik-Thompson Stadium that had a laceration and needed medical treatment. Slippery Rock EMS was dispatched to the location. The person refused treatment. No further action was taken.

September 25 – Police responded to a smoke detector activation in the ROCK Apartments. The cause was hair products.

September 25 – Police responded to a smoke detector activation in Building F. Officers checked the room and everything was OK.

September 25 – Police responded to a smoke detector activation from Building E. The room was checked and everything was OK.

September 26 – A person came into the police station to file an assault report. While at The Grove Apartments, a female security guard struck him in the head with her flashlight. The person was referred to PSP to file a report.

September 26 – Police received an elevator Ephone activation in Old Main. They reviewed the security video that showed that there was no one in the area. The reason for the activation is unknown.

September 26 – Police responded to a fire alarm activation in the ROCK Apartments. The alarm was set off by burnt food, and the system was reset.

September 26 – Police received a call from a CA in Rhoads Hall about a student that was having an allergic reaction of some type. The person was transported to Grove City Medical Center.

September 27 – Police received a call from an individual saying that while their vehicle was parked in the Union Commuter Lot, it was scratched. This case is still under investigation.

September 27 – Police responded to a motor vehicle accident on Kiester Road. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles were drivable. Both parties exchanged information.

September 27 – Police received a call from a GRD in the ROCK Apartments about an ongoing incident between a boyfriend and girlfriend. Officers spoke to all parties involved. The case is still under investigation. The boyfriend was advised not to return to the girlfriend’s apartment.

September 28 – Police received a call from a concerned parent about how their son’s monitor was activated saying his blood sugar was low. Police contacted the son in Building E who was awake and getting something to eat. All was OK.

September 28 – Police received a call from the GRB of Rhoads Hall saying a CA overheard a student talking about smoking marijuana inside the women’s restroom on the third floor. The officer met the GRD and did a walk through of the restroom. There was no odor of marijuana found. No further police action was taken.

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Nina is a senior communication major with a concentration in converged journalism and a certificate in global and intercultural communication. Nina serves as editor-in-chief for her second year. In her nearly four years on staff, Nina has written about 100 stories and staff editorials. Outside of The Rocket, Nina is the vice president of Lambda Pi Eta and serves on multiple advisory boards on campus. In her spare time, she enjoys watching documentaries and listening to music.

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