Police Blotter: Aug. 21 – Aug. 27, 2012

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8/21 – Medical Emergency – This department was advised of an employee who was having difficulty driving. Alternate transportation was provided for the employee. (Closed)

8/21 – Student Conduct – Residence Life found a knife in a room in Marshall Hall. This department confiscated the knife, and the student will be handled through Judicial Affairs for having the knife on campus. (Closed)

8/24 – Medical Emergency – This department was advised of a student who passed out in the Jefferson Center weight room. Valley Ambulance was contacted and the student refused treatment from the paramedics. (Closed)

8/24 – Trouble Alarm – Guardian reported a trouble alarm activated in Salem Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, the alarm panel was reading normal. The building was checked with negative results. (Closed)

8/24 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Lexington Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause for the alarm was hairspray. The alarm panel was reset and officers cleared. (Closed)

8/24 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Lexington Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, the alarm panel was reading normal. Officers checked the building with negative results. (Closed)

8/24 – Accident – This department was advised of a hit and run accident outside of Gallatin Hall. The reporting party’s information was taken, and no description other than a dark colored vehicle was given.  A report was taken and officers will watch for a vehicle matching the description. (Open) 

8/25 – Medical Emergency – Residence Life requested an ambulance for a student in Washington Hall. Valley Ambulance was contacted and transported the student to Sewickley Valley Hospital for treatment. (Closed)

8/25 – Underage Drinking – This department was advised of a student in Washington Hall passed out and needing an ambulance. Valley Ambulance was contacted and transported the student to Sewickley Hospital for further treatment. (Closed)

8/25 – Student Conduct – A student residing in Concord Hall reported someone putting trash in her room while she was asleep. The cameras were reviewed and the suspects were identified. Both suspects are being sent through Judicial Affairs for judgment. (Closed)

8/25 – Student Conduct – Residence Life requested assistance in Washington Hall with an alcohol issue. Officers responded and assisted. All parties involved are being dealt with through Judicial Affairs. (Closed)

8/25 – Student Conduct – Residence Life requested assistance in Washington Hall with an alcohol issue. Officers responded and assisted. All parties involved are being dealt with through Judicial Affairs. (Closed)

8/26 – Suspicious Incident – This department was advised of a male forcing a female into a vehicle outside of Gallatin Hall. Officers were able to make contact with both parties involved. Everything was fine, and no further assistance was needed. (Closed)

8/26 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause for the alarm was a resident using the shower. Officers cleared and reset the alarm panel. (Closed)

8/26 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Officers checked the area with negative results. Officers cleared and reset the alarm panel. (Closed)

8/26 – Disturbance – A student reported being hit by a water balloon. The student did not see anyone when he was hit, but was concerned it may have damaged his camera. All pertinent information was obtained from the student and a report was written. (Closed)

8/27 – Public Drunkenness – Officers viewed a male student staggering outside of Salem Hall. The student was taken into custody, cited for underage drinking and released to his parents. After being released, he exited their car and ran off. The student was apprehended and cited for public drunkenness and taken to the Coraopolis Police Department for lodging. (Closed)

8/27 – Medical Emergency – Valley Ambulance notified this department that they are en-route to Yorktown Hall for a student with low blood sugar. Officers and Valley Ambulance responded and the student refused treatment after taking medication that corrected the problem. (Closed)