Police Blotter 1/30/18-2/05/18

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1/30/18 -Fire Alarm-Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Hamilton Hall.  Officers responded and found the cause to be from a curling iron.  Maintenance was able to reset the alarm system (closed)

1/30/18 -Medical Emergency- This department was advised of a student in need of medical attention at Yorktown Hall.  Valley Ambulance was contacted and transported the student to Sewickley Valley Hospital.(closed)

1/30/18 -Lost Property- A Faculty member reported losing their University issued key.  A short time later, the Faculty member called back and was able to find the key.(closed)

1/31/18 -Disorderly Conduct-Officers were advised of a smell of marijuana in Washington Hall.  Officers were able to locate the room in question, and the occupant is receiving a citation as well as going through Student Conduct for their actions.(closed)

1/31/18 -Trouble Alarm-Guardian reported a trouble alarm activated in Lexington Hall.  The building was checked with negative results, and maintenance was advised to reset the alarm system.(closed)

1/31/18 -Departmental Information-Residence Life requested officers accompany them on a welfare check in Washington Hall.  Officers assisted without incident.(closed)

2/01/18 -201-A student was in need of medical assistance and was transported by this department to Sewickley Valley Hospital for treatment.(closed)

2/02/18 -Property Damage-This department was notified of a vehicle hitting the freezer outside of the Yorktown Café.  This incident is under investigation at this time.(open)

2/02/18 -Theft-This department is investigating a report of a theft from the Nicholson Student Center.  This incident is under investigation at this time.(open)

2/02/18 -Fire Alarm-This department was notified of the strobes for the fire system at Yorktown Hall activated. Officers checked the alarm panel and found a smoke detector activated on the second floor.  The alarm was caused by burnt popcorn.  Maintenance reset the alarm system.(closed)

2/03/18 -Disturbance-This department was notified of a noise complaint in Washington Hall.  Officers responded and had the occupants keep the noise down for the night.(closed)

2/03/18 -Trouble Alarm-This department was notified of a fire alarm activated in Salem Hall.  The cause of the alarm was burnt food, and maintenance was notified to reset the alarm system.(closed)

2/04/18 -Smell of Marijuana- Officers were called to Yorktown Hall for a smell of marijuana.  Officers were able to locate the room in question, and all parties involved were advised they would be receiving citations as well as going through Student Conduct.(closed)

2/05/18 -Found Property-Parkhurst reported finding personal belongings left behind in the Hale Center.  The items were taken and entered into lost and found until the owner is located.(closed)

2/05/18 -Departmental Property Damaged-An officer backed into a light pole on campus.  No damage was done to the light pole and the vehicle sustained minor damage.(closed)

2/05/18 -Departmental Information-This department received information on an incident that may have occurred on campus.  The information was passed onto the appropriate department on campus.(closed)

2/05/18 -Fire Alarm-Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall.  Officers checked the building and found the cause to be from the residents cooking. Maintenance was notified to reset the alarm system.(closed)

2/05/18 -Traffic Stop-Officers travelling to Yorktown Hall initiated a traffic stop for a vehicle without taillights.  The outcome of the stop ended with three citations being issued. (closed)

 

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