Police Blotter: March 27 – April 3, 2012

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Police Blotter: March 27 – April 3, 2012

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3/27 – Fire Alarm – Guardian advised of a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause for the alarm was the residents’ cooking. Officers cleared and reset the alarm. (Closed) 

3/27 – Accident – Complainant came to the station and reported that someone hit her vehicle while parked in the Upper Massey parking lot. Pictures of the damage to the vehicle were taken along with the owner’s information. A report was written for insurance purposes. (Open)

3/28 – Student Conduct – This department was advised of a verbal argument between a student and non-student. Officers spoke with both parties involved, neither of which wanted to pursue the matter. Officers advised both parties to stop all contact with each other, which was agreed by both. (Closed)

3/29 – Medical Emergency – The nurse’s office reported a male experiencing chest pains. Officers and Valley Ambulance responded, and Valley Ambulance transported the male to Children’s Hospital for further treatment. (Closed)

3/29 – Property Damage – This department was advised of a vending machine at Joe Walton Stadium that had been damaged. An officer responded and took pictures of the damage to the machine. (Closed)

3/29 – Fire Alarm – Residence Life reported a fire alarm activated in Ross Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, the building was evacuated and checked with negative results for smoke or fire. The officers reset the alarm panel. (Closed)

3/31 – Smell of Marijuana – Officers were called to Salem Hall for an odor of marijuana in the hallway. The building was checked with negative results on the origin. (Closed)

3/31 – Medical Emergency – A patron at the ISC fell on the ice and experienced a sharp pain shooting up his spine. Valley Ambulance was contacted and transported the patient to Sewickley Hospital for further treatment. (Closed)

4/01 – Underage Drinking – Officers issued an underage drinking citation and trespass warning to a non-student who was found outside of Salem Hall under the influence of alcohol. (Closed)

4/01 – Departmental Information – A student wanted to file a report with the department about receiving harassing phone calls. The student advised they were having their number changed and wanted the incident on record.  (Closed)

4/02 – Disturbance – This department was advised of an argument on the third floor of Yorktown Hall (Holiday Inn). Upon officers’ arrival, all parties involved were spoken to and advised it was just a verbal argument and all parties agreed to stop for the night. (Closed)

4/02 – Harassment – A student reported being harassed by an ex-boyfriend who is a non-student. The complainant only wished to file an informational report at this time. (Closed)

4/02 – Student Conduct – Residence Life reported two males smoking marijuana outside of Washington Hall. Officers were able to locate the males, who admitted to smoking. Officers advised both males that they would be sent through Judicial Affairs for judgment. (Closed)

4/02 – Departmental Information – Residence Life requested officers speak with a student who removed a poster from the Nicholson Student Center. Officers spoke with the student, advised the consequences of their actions, and retrieved the poster. (Closed)

4/03 – Smell of Marijuana – Residence Life reported a smell of marijuana on the second floor of Adams Hall. Officers checked the building with negative results. While in the building, Residence Life advised a room of being too loud, which contained numerous non-students. Seven trespass warnings were issued to the non-students in the room. (Closed)

4/03 – Fire Alarm – Guardian advised of a fire alarm activated in Lexington Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause for the alarm was burnt food. Officers reset the alarm panel. (Closed)

4/03 – Student Conduct – A student came to the station and wanted a report on file for harassment by another student. The other party involved was contacted by this department and advised to have no further contact with the complainant. (Closed)

4/03 – Student Conduct – Residence Life reported a smell of marijuana coming from the second floor of Adams Hall. Officers were able to determine the origin of the smell and searched the room along with Residence Life. The search ended up positive for marijuana and the student will be sent through Judicial Affairs for judgment. (Closed)

4/03 – Student Conduct – Officers were called about a vehicle following another around campus. Both drivers were spoken with and it was found that one kicked up rocks in the Washington Gravel lot onto the other vehicle’s passengers. Both parties were advised to stay away from each other and not to take matters into their own hands. (Closed)

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