Police Blotter: Feb. 19 – Feb. 24, 2013

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Police Blotter: Feb. 19 – Feb. 24, 2013

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2/19 Assist Another Agency – Assisted Moon Police Department with a traffic stop on campus. The stop involved a student who will be sent through the Judicial Affairs department for judgment. (Closed)

2/19 – Driving Under the Influence – This department was advised of a disabled vehicle on Campus Drive. Upon officer’s arrival and speaking with the driver, an odor of alcohol was detected. The driver was cited with DUI charges and will also be sent through Judicial Affairs. (Closed)

2/19 – Smell of Marijuana – Residence Life reported an odor of marijuana on the tenth floor of Yorktown Hall. Officers checked the area with negative results and advised the staff to call back if noticed again. (Closed)

2/20 – Suspicious Person – An employee reported seeing a suspicious male by Massey Hall. Officers checked the building and surrounding areas with negative results. (Closed)

2/20 – Assist Another Agency – Assisted Moon Police Department with an accident on University Boulevard near the Sewickley Bridge.  (Closed)

2/20 – Harassment – A student called and reported a harassment situation involving another student. Both parties were spoken to and the situation was resolved. The complainant was advised that if anything further were to occur to contact this department. (Closed)

2/20 – Medical Emergency – Moon Police Department notified this department of an ambulance being sent to Yorktown Hall for a student with high blood sugar. The student was transported to Sewickley Hospital for treatment and Residence Life was notified. (Closed)

2/20 – Personal Injury – A student called and filed a report for falling on the heated mats outside of the Nicholson Student Center. The complainant advised that the mats were slippery. She sustained bumps, bruises and cuts from the fall but did not seek medical attention. A report was filed. (Closed)

2/20 – Hazardous Conditions – A resident student reported falling down a set of stairs behind Hamilton and Hancock Halls due to it being dark from a burned out light. The student advised that his/her knee was scraped but did not request medical attention. A report was written and maintenance was notified of the needed repair. (Closed)

2/20 – Departmental Information – Students came to this department and had questions on how to deal with a civil matter. This department assisted the students with the necessary information needed. (Closed)

2/21 – Medical Emergency – This department was advised of a student falling in the stairwell in the Hale Center. The student was transported to the athletic trainer on campus for treatment. (Closed)

2/22 – Disturbance – This department received a noise complainant in Concord Hall. Officers along with Residence Life responded and resolved the situation. (Closed)

2/22 – Theft – This department received a report of a theft of an iPad from the Hale Center. An investigation was conducted and the guilty party was located. The iPad was returned to the owner, and the student involved will be sent through Judicial Affairs for judgment. (Closed)

2/22 – Departmental Information – A report came in of a student falling and hitting his/her head in the John Jay gym during an event. The student advised that his/her parents were on their way and that if they feel medical attention is needed they will go to the hospital on their own. (Closed)

2/23 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Washington Hall’s D Tower. Officers checked the building and determined the cause for the alarm was students using their stove. The officers reset the alarm. (Closed)

2/23 – Medical Emergency – A parent contacted this department about their child who was experiencing severe abdominal pain. Officers located the student and Valley Ambulance transported him/her to Sewickley Hospital for further treatment. (Closed)

2/24 – Medical Emergency – This department was advised of a student in Yorktown Hall having a diabetic episode. Valley Ambulance was contacted and transported the student to Sewickley Hospital for further treatment. (Closed)

 

 

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