Police Blotter: Sept. 25 – Oct. 1, 2012

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9/25 – Lost Property – An employee at the ISC reported his/her skates taken from the coach’s room. All pertinent information was obtained and an investigation is under way. (Open)

9/26 – Departmental Information – A parent called with information on suspects possibly dealing marijuana on campus. All pertinent information was obtained and this incident in under investigation. (Open)

9/26 – Welfare Check – A parent contacted this department and requested a welfare check be made on his daughter in Yorktown Hall. Officers responded and were unable to contact the female, but did notice a note on a calendar showing a trip for the weekend. The parent was advised and recalled something mentioned about the trip. This department advised the parent that they would follow up and check again later. (Closed)

9/27 – Medical Emergency – A student at Yorktown Hall called and advised they were experiencing dizziness and a rapid heartbeat. It was later determined that the student had been smoking marijuana. Valley Ambulance transported the student to Sewickley Hospital for further treatment. This incident will be handled through Judicial Affairs. (Closed)

9/27 – Alarm Malfunction – This department was advised of multiple alarms activated in the Nicholson Center. Maintenance was notified and reported that water had leaked into the alarm panel. The system was shut down and this department performed extra patrols in the building. (Closed)

9/28 – Theft – An employee for the Holiday Inn was caught stealing copper pipe from the building. The employee has been terminated from the Holiday Inn. Further actions from this department are pending at this time. (Closed)

9/28 – Public Drunkenness – A female student was found passed out in a Sewall Center bathroom during the Homecoming dance. Valley Ambulance transported the female to Sewickley Hospital for treatment. A state citation was issued for Public Drunkenness and a referral was sent to Judicial Affairs. (Closed)

9/28 – Underage Drinking – A male was found highly intoxicated in a men’s room in Sewall Center during the Homecoming dance. Due to the male’s level of intoxication, Valley Ambulance transported him to Sewickley Hospital for treatment. A state citation was issued for Underage Drinking as well as a referral to Judicial Affairs. (Closed)

9/29 – Student Conduct – Residence Life reported a student in Marshall Hall in possession of marijuana. Officers responded and located the student who turned over the marijuana. This incident will be sent through Judicial Affairs for judgment. (Closed)

9/29 – Welfare Check – A parent called concerned that he/she were unable to reach his/her child. Officers responded to the dorm room in Hamilton Hall and were able to make contact with the student. The student contacted their parents while officers were present. (Closed)

9/29 – Disorderly Conduct – This department was advised of a fight in the fire lane behind Washington Hall. Officers took both parties into custody, and both were issued citations for Disorderly Conduct. Both males were lodged at Coraopolis PD until sober. (Closed)

9/29 – Accident – This department was advised of two males in a golf cart backing into a parked vehicle in the Gravel parking lot. Officers checked the area with negative results for the golf cart. All pertinent information was obtained from the victim and a report was written. (Closed)

9/29 – Property Damage – Maintenance reported two showers in the visiting locker room of Joe Walton Stadium missing handles with the water still running. The showers were turned off and it is believed that players from Lafayette University took the handles. (Open)

9/29 – Disorderly Conduct – A golf cart was taken from campus and driven down University Blvd. and into Moon Plaza across the street. The driver was taken into custody and charges are pending from this department at this time. (Open) 

9/30 – Medical Emergency – Residence Life reported a female student falling out of bed and hitting her head. Valley Ambulance was contacted and the student refused treatment. The student was advised that if the condition worsens to contact this department. (Closed)

9/30 – Student Conduct – Security at Yorktown Hall reported an intoxicated student on the fourth floor. Officers responded and advised the student he/she will be sent through Judicial Affairs for his/her actions. (Closed)

9/30 – Medical Emergency – This department was advised of a student having a seizure in the Gazebo parking lot. Officers responded along with Valley Ambulance, which transported the student to Sewickley Hospital for further treatment. (Closed)

9/30 – Departmental Information – This department was advised of a student living on campus making a threat. Contact was made with the student and the threat was addressed. This department concluded that the student after investigating this incident that no such threat was made. This department released the student. (Closed)

9/30 – Found Property – An employee of Romo’s reported a video camera left behind. Officers responded and retrieved the camera, placed it evidence and will contact the Academic Media Center. (Closed)

9/30 – Student Conduct – Residence Life reported a student having knives in Monroe Hall. Officers responded and spoke with the student who turned the knives over to this department. Residence Life will deal with this incident and the knives were placed in an evidence locker until they can be removed from campus. (Closed)

10/01 – Criminal Mischief – A student reported his car was keyed while parked in the Sewall Center parking lot. Pictures were taken of the damage to the vehicle and a report was written for insurance purposes. (Closed)

10/01 – Accident – A patron at the ISC backed into another patron’s vehicle. Both vehicle owners were spoken with and the victim decided he did not wish to do anything at this time. A report was written in case any further information is needed. (Closed)

10/01 – Student Conduct – Residence Life reported an odor of marijuana on the fourth floor of Yorktown Hall. Officers responded and located the room.  The residents gave consent to search their room which ended up positive for marijuana and alcohol. This incident is currently under investigation at this time. (Closed)

10/01 – Medical Emergency – Residence Life reported a female who fell in the second floor hallway of Madison Hall, injuring her elbow. Officers arrived and were advised by the student that she did not want an ambulance and that her friends were taking her to Allegheny General Hospital. (Closed)

10/01 – Trouble Alarm – Guardian advised of a trouble alarm activated in Concord Hall. Upon officers’ arrival and speaking with the resident, it was determined the cause for the alarm was boiling water. Officers cleared and reset the alarm panel. (Closed)

10/01 – Departmental Information – Residence Life requested officer’s assistance with a harassment situation between two students. Officers advised both parties to stop all contact with each other or they will face criminal charges. Both parties agreed to stop all contact. (Closed)