Police Blotter: Nov. 9 – Nov. 14, 2011
11/9 – Theft – A resident student advised that a credit card was taken from his room in Salem Hall. The victim is obtaining information from the credit card company to add to the report. This incident is under investigation at this time.
11/9 - Accident – A student reported damage done to their vehicle while parked in the Upper Massey lot. All pertinent information was taken from the vehicle owner and a report was written.
11/9 – Theft – A resident student reported the theft of an iPod out of the shower room in Marshall Hall. The cameras will be reviewed in an attempt to locate the suspect or suspects involved.
11/11 – Medical Emergency – Residence Life advised this department of a resident student who dislocated their right knee. Valley Ambulance was contacted and transported the student to Sewickley Hospital for further treatment.
11/11 – Theft – This department was advised that a patron at the ISC Golf Dome had their putter taken from the front desk area. The cameras will be reviewed in an attempt to locate a suspect or suspects involved.
11/11 - Departmental Information – A resident student advised of receiving harassing messages via text and Facebook. Both parties were advised to stop all contact with each other or charges will be filed from this department. Both parties agreed to have no further contact with each other.
11/11 – Assist Another Agency – The Coraopolis Police Department requested assistance at a residence in their town for a large party containing all Robert Morris University students. This department assisted without incident.
11/13 – Simple Assault – A Resident Assistant reported being threatened by six African American females and punched in the face when confronting them. This incident is under investigation at this time, pending further information.
11/13 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, the residents advised that they burnt food. The alarm panel was reset and officers cleared without incident.
11/14 – Accident – A golf cart belonging to Parkhurst ran into the back of police vehicle #702. Light damage was done to both vehicles and a report was written for insurance purposes.
11/14 – Property Damage – A student reported damage to their vehicle while it was parked in the Upper Massey lot. Pictures were taken of the damage to the vehicle and a report was written for insurance purposes.