Police Blotter 10/2/18-10/8/18

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Police Blotter 10/2/18-10/8/18

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10/2/18- Assist Another Agency- This department assisted the Coraopolis Police Department with information on a student. 

10/2/18-  Medical Emergency- This department was advised of a female in need of medical attention by the Gazebo Shuttle Stop.  Valley Ambulance was notified, and transported the female to Sewickley Valley Hospital for treatment.

10/2/18- Fire Alarm- This department was notified of a fire alarm activation in Concord Hall.  The cause for the alarm was burnt food. Maintenance was advised to reset the alarm system.

10/2/18- Fire Alarm- This department was notified of a fire alarm activated in Salem Hall.  The cause for the alarm was steam from the shower, and maintenance was advised to reset the alarm system.

10/3/18- Medical Emergency- This department was advised of a student in need of medical attention at Yorktown Hall.  Valley Ambulance transported the student to Children’s Hospital for treatment.

10/3/18- Accident- This department was advised of an accident in the Student Center Parking lot.  All pertinent information was obtained, and a report was issued for insurance purposes.

10/3/18- Student Conduct Drugs- Residence Life reported finding drug paraphernalia during health and safety checks.  The students involved will be sent through Student Conduct.

10/4/18- Accident- This department was advised damage done to a vehicle while parked at Yorktown Hall.  A report was issued for insurance purposes.

10/5/18- Student Conduct- This department was notified of students drinking, and smoking marijuana in the woods behind Massey Hall.  All parties involved were advised that they would be sent through Student Conduct for their actions.

10/6/18- Departmental Information- This department assisted the Coraopolis Police Department with information on a student.

10/6/18- Departmental Information- This department assisted the Coraopolis Police Department with information on a student.

10/6/18- Student Conduct Alcohol- Officers were called to Monroe Hall for an intoxicated student.  Valley Ambulance evaluated the student, who refused treatment. The student was notified they would be sent through Student Conduct for their actions.

10/6/18- Entered in Error- This case number was entered in error.

10/6/18- Entered In Error- This case number was entered in error.

10/6/18- Lost Property- A student reported laundry missing from Gallatin Hall.  The student called back and reported his roommate picked up his clothes.

10/6/18- Medical Emergency- An employee reported needing medical assistance.  The employee refused any medical treatment, and advised they would seek their own at Med Express.

10/6/18- Departmental Information- This department was advised of a male vomiting in tailgate alley.  Officers located the male who advised he had a ride on their way to get him.  Officers stood by until the ride came.

10/6/18- Accident- This department was advised of damage done to a vehicle while parked in the Lower John Jay parking lot.  All pertinent information was obtained and a report was issued for insurance purposes.

10/6/18- Medical Emergency- Officers were called to Patrick Henry for a female in need of medical attention on the patio.  Valley Ambulance transported the female to Sewickley Valley Hospital for treatment.

10/6/18- Student Conduct Alcohol- Officers were called to Adams Hall for an intoxicated female.  The female was able to stay with a friend for the night, and was advised she would be sent through Student Conduct for her actions.

10/7/18- Fire Alarm- This department was notified of a fire alarm activated in Salem Hall.  The cause for the alarm was the residents cooking, and Maintenance reset the alarm system.

10/7/18- Accident- This department was advised of damage done to a vehicle while parked outside of Salem Hall.  All pertinent information was obtained, and a report was issued for insurance purposes.

 

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