2/9/22 Blotter

Published by Nina Cipriani, Date: February 9, 2023
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February 1 – Police responded to an individual who had a seizure. An ambulance was dispatched and transported them to Grove City Medical Center.

February 1 – Police received a call about a three-vehicle accident. No injuries were reported, and all vehicles were drivable.

February 1 – Police received a call from a CA in Building B about a bag that was found outside the main entrance containing drugs. Officers identified the owner of the bag. Charges are pending.

February 2 – Police were dispatched to Building D for a report of someone smoking marijuana. The officer found the person in possession.

February 2 – Police were notified of a fire alarm activation in the ROCK Apartments. The cause was burnt food. The building was evacuated. The panel was reset.

February 2 – Police were dispatched to Building B for a report of someone smoking marijuana. The officer found the person in possession. Bailey Rowles, 19, was charged with possession of marijuana.

February 2 – Police received a call about an intoxicated person who was trying to drive in the Morrow Field House track parking lot. The officers found the person with a minor in the vehicle. The minor was transported to a safe location with the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP). Pauline Grant, 65, was charged with a DUI.

February 3 – Police received an E-phone activation from an elevator in Watson Hall. The person just bumped the button.

February 4 – Police received an E-phone activation from an elevator in Building D. The person just bumped the button.

February 4 – Police received a fire alarm activation in Building E. It was a person burning a candle. The panel was reset.

February 4 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Building E. It was a person blow drying their hair. The panel was reset.

February 4 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Building F. The cause was burnt popcorn. The panel was reset.

February 4 – Police were called to Building B for an odor of marijuana. The officers were unable to locate the room.

February 4 – Police received a call about an alcohol violation in Building B. Officers found various individuals underage and intoxicated. Dylan Akut, 19, Gabriel Kuhn, 18, Maxwell Murphy, 18, Andrew Pennington, 19, Andrew Draghi, 18, Luke Kolankowski, 19 and Zachary Pecorella, 19, were charged with underage drinking.

February 5 – Officers conducted a welfare check on three individuals who were walking along Stadium Drive near East Lake Lane. One individual appeared to be vomiting. They turned out to be crying. Everything was OK.

February 5 – Police received a fire alarm activation in Building B. The building was evacuated. The cause was steam from the mechanical room. The alarm was reset.

February 5 – Police received a call about an odor of marijuana in Building B. Officers responded and found the marijuana. This case is still under investigation.

February 6 – Police were dispatched to Building F for a report of a disturbance. Officers spoke with the individuals. The incident was referred to a member of Residence Life. No further police action was taken.

February 6 – An individual called Slippery Rock Police Department to report damage that occurred to their vehicle while parked in the West Lake Commuter Lot. The case is still under investigation.

February 8 – Police received a fire alarm activation from Watson Hall. The cause was burnt food. The panel was reset.

February 8 – Police were dispatched to a three-vehicle accident. There were no injuries. This case is still under investigation.

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Nina is a senior communication major with a concentration in converged journalism and a certificate in global and intercultural communication. In her nearly four years on staff, Nina has written over 100 stories and staff editorials. She has won 32 national and state collegiate journalism awards during her time on staff. In her spare time, she enjoys watching documentaries and listening to music.

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