Police Blotter: Oct. 9 – Oct. 15, 2012

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10/09 – Missing Property – A report was given to this department for a missing wallet. All the necessary information was obtained and the owner was advised if it were turned in that they would be notified. (Closed)

10/11 – Departmental Information – A report was made for a student finding a piece of glass in a drink they purchased at Yorktown Hall. This information was given to the staff of Yorktown Hall to correct the problem. (Closed)

10/11 – Criminal Mischief – This department was advised that inappropriate messages were written on a resident’s door at Yorktown Hall. An investigation will be conducted in an attempt to locate the suspect or suspects involved. (Open)

10/11 – Medical Emergency – A male student called and advised that he dislocated his finger while playing flag football at Joe Walton Stadium. The student was transported to Med Express for treatment by this department. (Closed)

10/12 – Student Conduct – Residence Life reported an underage party in Gallatin Hall. All the occupants were under the age of 21. The alcohol was disposed of and the students were advised they would be sent through Judicial Affairs for judgment. (Closed)

10/12 – Missing Property – A report was made of an iPod missing from the office at the Jefferson Center. The cameras will be reviewed in an attempt to locate any suspect or suspects involved. This case is pending at this time. (Open)

10/12 – Harassment – Residence Life reported males entering the second floor restroom in Madison Hall and knocking on room doors. The cameras will be reviewed in an attempt to locate any suspect or suspects involved. This case is pending at this time. (Open)

10/12 – Departmental information – Residence Life reported a resident of Yorktown Hall taking food from a buffet and not paying. Officers will contact the student and advise them to stop or disciplinary actions will be taken. (Closed)

10/12 – Missing Person – Residence Life advised a student reported their roommate not being in the room for three weeks. Contact was made with a parent who advised their child was away at a military camp. (Closed)

10/12 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Officers responded and found the cause for the alarm to be the residents’ cooking. (Closed)

10/12 – Departmental Information – This department was advised of a possible intoxicated female minor at the OLSH High School football game on campus. The female was questioned in front of her parents and given a PBT, which tested positive. The female was released to her parents by this department. (Closed)

10/12 – Student Conduct – Residence Life reported an odor of marijuana on the fourth floor of Yorktown Hall. Upon arrival and questioning the resident, they were cooperative and handed over all illegal substances to this department. The student was advised that he/she will be sent through Judicial Affairs for judgment. (Closed)

10/12 – Departmental Information – A concerned parent called and reported a possible party going on in Washington Hall. Officers checked the room in question and were met with negative results. The parent was called back and advised of the findings of this department. (Closed)

10/13 – Medical Emergency – A patron at the ISC was experiencing low blood sugar and was transported to Upper St. Clair Hospital by Valley Ambulance. (Closed)

10/14 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause for the alarm was the residents’ cooking. (Closed)

10/15 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall.  Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause for the alarm was the residents’ cooking. (Closed)