Police briefs 11/28/17


Hit & run in the C-6 commuter parking lot

Chandler Whitney, of Beaverton, Oregon, came to the SU police department on Oct. 26 to report that his 2017 Acura RDX had been struck by another vehicle.

Whitney reported that his vehicle was parked in the C-6 commuter parking lot when it was struck by an unknown vehicle between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Oct. 20. 

Based on the damage, an unknown vehicle appeared to have backed into Whitney’s vehicle.

No damage estimate is available at this time.


Naugle Hall resident charged with underage drinking

Adam J. Price-Butler, 18, of Naugle Hall, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 27.

Price-Butler was carrying an open can of black cherry flavored Mike’s Hard Lemonade through the G-1 storage parking lot when he was stopped by SU police officers.

A citation was later filed charging Price-Butler with underage drinking.


Non-student visitor charged with underage drinking

Patrick L. Hart, 20, of Honesdale, Pennsylvania, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 28.

SU police officers observed Hart walking through the G-1 storage parking lot, carrying an open can of Natural Light beer. 

The officers told Hart to dump out the beer and dispose of the can.

A citation was later filed charging Hart with underage drinking.


Non-student visitor charged with underage drinking

Caleb W. Leggett, 20, of Williamsport, Maryland, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 29.

SU police officers observed Leggett walking through the G-1 storage parking lot, carrying an open can of Miller Lite beer and pulling a red canvas cooler behind him.

Leggett was stopped by the officers, who found beer in the cooler in addition to the beer that Leggett was carrying.

The alcohol was confiscated and Leggett was released to friends at the scene. He was advised that a citation would be filed charging him with underage drinking.


Non-student visitor charged with underage drinking

Terrance P. Frye, 20, of New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 29.

SU police officers observed Frye staggering through the L-2 storage parking lot. He was carrying a glass bottle that appeared to contain alcohol, which he dropped on the ground when he noticed the officers.

The bottle was retrieved and was found to contain Angry Orchards Hard Cider.

Frye was released at the scene and a citation was later filed charging him with underage drinking.


Cheeseburgers stolen from the CUB

SU police officers were called to the CUB food court on Nov. 3 after receiving reports of an alleged retail theft.

CUB staff reported that a male had ordered three bacon cheeseburgers from Grill Nation. After receiving the cheeseburgers, the male placed them in his backpack and left the food court without paying for them.

The value of the cheeseburgers is $22.41, and the incident remains under investigation.


Individuals charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness

Paul J. Pepi, 20, of Oxford, Pennsylvania; and Samantha Niedziejko, 19, of Nottingham, Pennsylvania; were charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness in connection with an incident that occurred on Nov. 3.

A member of the SU Sports Information staff was working late in his office in Old Main when he heard someone attempting to enter his office. When he went to the door to check, he saw a male walking down the third floor hallway and called SU police.

Officers began a search of the building and found Pepi and Niedziejko hiding in a closet on the fourth floor in an area that is currently not being used for normal operations.

Both individuals were found to have been drinking and had alcohol in their possession.

After being processed, they were released and citations were later filed charging both individuals with the above listed offenses.


Lackhove Hall resident charged with underage drinking

Alicia N. Hawkins, 18, of Lackhove Hall, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Nov. 12.

SU police officers observed Hawkins in the G-1 storage parking lot experiencing difficulty standing and walking, and was being assisted by two females.

After stopping to check on her welfare, officers discovered Hawkins to be intoxicated. She admitted to consuming alcohol and was given a portable breath test, which confirmed the presence of alcohol in her system.

Due to Hawkins’ level of intoxication, an ambulance was dispatched to the scene and she was transported to Chambersburg Hospital for further evaluation and treatment.

A citation was later filed charging Hawkins with underage drinking.


Lackhove Hall resident charged with underage drinking

Damir Wilkins, 18, of Lackhove Hall, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Nov. 12.

SU police officers were dispatched to the lobby area of Lackhove Hall to assist residence hall staff with an intoxicated male.

After arriving at the scene, officers found Wilkins sleeping in a chair in the lobby. Wilkins was found to be highly intoxicated and was given a portable breath test, which confirmed the presence of alcohol in his system.

Die to Wilkins’ level of intoxication, an ambulance was dispatched to the scene and he was transported to Chambersburg Hospital for further evaluation and treatment.

A citation was later filed charging Wilkins with underage drinking.


Harley Hall residents charged with underage drinking 

Madison L. Allen, 18; Kaetlyn Kalbfell, 18; and Alexandra K. Gianakis, 18; all of Harley Hall, were charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Nov. 18.

SU police officers observed the group walking through the Cora I. Grove Spiritual Center parking lot, and observed one of the individuals drop a red Solo cup on the ground and continue to walk away.

Officers stopped the group and found that all three individuals had been consuming alcohol, and were given portable breath tests which confirmed the presence of alcohol in their systems.

Citations were later filed charging all three individuals with underage drinking.


Criminal mischief, vandalism reported on Old Main Drive

A member of the grounds crew came to the SU police on Nov. 18 to report damage to one of the lights on top of the pillars at the Old Main Drive and North Earl Street entrance to campus.

Based on the damage, it appeared that someone had thrown an unknown object at the light, striking it and causing one of the glass panes in the light to be broken.

The grounds crew member cleaned up the broken glass, and the light is still functional.

No damage estimate has been received at this time, and the incident remains under investigation.


Harley Hall resident charged with underage drinking

Ryan L. Glanski, 19, of Harley Hall, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Nov. 19.

SU police officers initially observed Glanski having difficulty walking up the stairs from the goat path onto Adams Drive. They continued to observe Glanski as he staggered north on Dauphin Drive, eventually stopping to check on his welfare near the handicapped area outside of the Dauphin Humanities Center.

Glanski was found to be highly intoxicated, and was given a portable breath test which confirmed the presence of alcohol in his system.

Glanski was transported to the SU police station due to the weather conditions, where an ambulance was dispatched due to his level of intoxication. 

Glanski was transported to Chambersburg Hospital for further evaluation and treatment and a citation was later filed charging him with underage drinking.


Non-student visitor charged with underage drinking

Jasilou J. Leber, 18, of Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Nov. 26 in the Belmar parking lot.

SU police officers found Leber inside a parked vehicle in the company of a 17-year-old juvenile while officers were issuing parking tickets.

Leber was found to have been consuming alcohol at an off-campus party, and was given a portable breath test which confirmed the presence of alcohol in his system.

Leber and the juvenile male were transported to the SU police station where they were detained until the juvenile’s parents could pick them up.

Leber and the juvenile were released to the parent, and Leber was issued a citation for underage drinking.


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