Police Blotter: March 20-26, 2012

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Police Blotter: March 20-26, 2012

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3/19 – Lost Property – A student reported that they left their cell phone behind in Romo’s and when returned it was gone.  A report was taken and the cameras in the area will be reviewed. (Closed) 

3/20 – Theft – A student reported their freedom card and dorm key taken from a locker in Jefferson Center. The cameras will be reviewed in the building in an attempt to locate a suspect or suspects involved. (Open)

3/20 – Medical Emergency – This department was advised that a construction worker at the new Media Arts building had fallen from the roof and needed medical attention. Valley Ambulance was contacted and transported the patient to Allegheny General Hospital for further treatment. (Closed)

3/20 – Medical Emergency – The nurse’s office reported having an employee of Parkhurst in the office experiencing chest pains. Valley Ambulance was contacted and transported the patient to Sewickley Hospital for further treatment. (Closed)

3/20 – Suspicious Person – This department was advised of a suspicious male outside of Nicholson during a Zumba class. The area was checked with negative results.  Cameras were reviewed in the building and the male was identified and will be brought in for questioning. (Closed)

3/21 – Theft – Athletics reported a microwave missing from a room in Sewall Center. A report was written and the area will be checked for the microwave. (Open)

3/22 – Assist Another Agency – This department assisted the Allegheny County Police on serving a search warrant on campus. (Closed)

3/23 – Student Conduct – A resident student reported to this department a physical altercation with two other students. The reporter advised that all parties involved have resolved the issue themselves, but wanted the incident on file in case anything further were to happen. (Closed)

3/24 – Student Conduct – Residence Life reported someone throwing glass bottles from a window in Washington Hall. The building was checked for suspects with negative results. Maintenance was contacted to clean up the broken glass. (Closed)

3/24 – Fire Alarm – Guardian advised of a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause of the alarm was steam from the shower. The alarm panel was reset and officers cleared. (Closed)

3/25 – Assist Another Agency – This department’s assistance was requested by the Coraopolis Police Department for a party in their jurisdiction containing RMU students. The students involved were issued citations from the Coraopolis Police Department; no further assistance needed by this department. (Closed)

3/25 – Trouble Alarm – Guardian reported a trouble alarm activated in John Jay Center. The panel read RTU -1 supply as the location for the alarm. Maintenance was advised of the alarm. (Closed)

3/25 – Fire Alarm – Guardian advised of a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause of the alarm was the residents’ cooking. The alarm panel was reset and officers cleared. (Closed)

3/26 – Fire Alarm – Guardian advised of a fire alarm activated in Salem Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause of the alarm was the residents’ cooking. The alarm panel was reset and officers cleared. (Closed)

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