Police briefs 11/7/17


Naugle Hall resident charged with underage drinking, disorderly conduct

Matthew A. Tobash, 19, of Naugle Hall, was charged with underage drinking, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 20.

Tobash fled the area of Rowland Hall on foot after being apprehended by an SU police officer in the area around the Huber Arts Center. The officer found Tobash to be intoxicated.

Tobash was given a portable breath test which confirmed the presence of alcohol in his system. Tobash was transported to the Cumberland County Booking Center by the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department and was charged with the offenses listed above.


Non-student visitor charged with possession of marijuana, underage drinking

Anya R. M. Henry, 19, of New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, was charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 20.

Henry was found seated in a parked vehicle in the G-1 storage parking lot by SU police officers, and during the investigation marijuana and alcohol were found inside the vehicle. 

After officers had obtained Henry’s information, she was released and a criminal complaint was filed charging her with the offenses listed above.


Non-student visitor charged with underage drinking

Kylan L. Barry, 20, of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 21.

SU police officers observed Barry walking through the L-2 storage parking lot with a group of individuals that were openly carrying liquor bottles.

The officers discovered that Barry had been drinking, and that he was under the age of 21.

Alcohol was confiscated from another individual in the group who was 21 years old, and was disposed of at the scene.

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


Lackhove Hall resident charged with public drunkenness

Dominic S. Ferentinos, 22, of Lackhove Hall, was charged with public drunkenness in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 21.

SU police officers observed Ferentinos staggering through the G-1 storage parking lot when the officers stopped him to check on his welfare.

Ferentinos was found to be highly intoxicated and was taken into custody.

Ferentinos was charged with public drunkenness and was transported to the Cumberland County Prison where he was released to prison personnel.


Non-student visitor charged with underage drinking

Evan L. Morrill, 19, of Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 21 in the G-1 storage parking lot.

SU police officers found Morrill to be in possession of alcohol. He admitted to consuming alcohol, and a portable breath test confirmed the presence of alcohol in his system.

The alcohol was confiscated and Morrill was released at the scene. A citation was later filed charging him with underage drinking. 


Student charged with underage drinking

Carly M. Alvarado, 19, of Germantown, Maryland, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 21.

An SU police officer stopped Alvarado at the intersection of Old Main Drive and North Earl Street after observing her staggering as she walked along the roadway in the grass.

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

Alvarado was escorted back to her residence off campus, and was advised that she would be receiving a citation for underage drinking.


Non-student visitor charged with possession of marijuana, underage drinking

Sean J. Bologa, 19, of Morgantown, Pennsylvania, was charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana, underage drinking and scattering rubbish in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 22.

SU police officers observed Bologa walking through the G-1 storage parking lot carrying an open can of Rolling Rock beer. The officers found Bologa to be intoxicated and in possession of additional alcohol as well as a small amount of marijuana.

Bologa was released at the scene and a criminal complaint was later filed charging him with the offenses listed above.


McCune Hall resident charged with underage drinking

Patrick D. Joyner, 18, of McCune Hall was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 22.

SU police officers observed Joyner walking through the G-1 parking lot holding an open can of Natural Light beer. Officers stopped Joyner and found that he had been consuming alcohol, and had additional cans of alcohol in his possession.

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


Shippensburg resident charged with possession of marijuana, public drunkenness

Nolan K. Harty, 22, of Jamestown Road in Shippensburg, was charged with possession of marijuana and public drunkenness in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 22.

SU police officers observed Harty walking through the G-1 storage parking lot carrying a bottle of liquor. The officers found Harty to be intoxicated, and during the investigation found him to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana.

Harty was turned over to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department and was transported to the Cumberland County Booking Center to be processed.

A criminal complaint was later filed, charging Harty with the offenses listed above.


Harley Hall resident charged with underage drinking

Jillian M. Rutkowski, 18, of Harley Hall, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 22.

SU police officers were dispatched to the second floor of Harley Hall to assist residence hall staff with an intoxicated female student who may have been suffering from an alcohol overdose.

Officers identified the individual as Rutkowski, who showed obvious signs of intoxication and admitted to consuming alcohol.

After evaluating Rutkowski, she was released at the scene and was advised that a citation would be filed charging her with underage drinking.


Non-student visitor charged with underage drinking

Trevor D. Firestone, 19, of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 22.

SU police officers were called to the lobby area of Lackhove Hall to assist residence hall staff with an intoxicated male who was sleeping on one of the couches in the lobby, who officers identified as Firestone.

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

Firestone could not locate the friends that he was staying with on campus, and was transported to the Cumberland County Prison where he was turned over to prison personnel.

A citation was later field charging Firestone with underage drinking.


Non-student visitors charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia

Tyson L. Hunter Jr., 21, of Leola, Pennsylvania; and Cierra S. Sabb, 18, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, were charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 22.

SU police officers approached a suspicious-looking vehicle in the G-1 storage parking lot, and found both individuals to be in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Hunter was transported to the Cumberland County Booking Center for processing, and Sabb was released at the scene.

Criminal complaints were later filed charging both individuals with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Lackhove Hall residents, Seavers Hall resident charged with underage drinking

Sean Niedrowski, 18, of Lackhove Hall; Daniel Taylor, 18, of Seavers Hall; Jacqueline Mahoney, 18, of Lackhove Hall; and Rachel M. Willig, 18, of Lackhove Hall, were charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 22.

SU police officers were called to the fourth floor of Lackhove Hall to assist residence hall staff with several intoxicated individuals inside of a room who were being loud after quiet hours.

All of the above individuals were found to be intoxicated, and admitted to consuming alcohol earlier in the evening.

After information was gathered, all of the individuals were advised that citations would be filed charging them with underage drinking.

Emblem stolen from vehicle parked along Adams Drive

Haley K. Luckenbill, of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, reported to SU police officers on Oct. 23 that an item had been stolen from her vehicle while it was parked along Adams Drive.

Luckenbill reported that sometime between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. that day, an unknown individual had removed a Duke Blue Devils magnetic emblem from the rear of her silver 2014 Hyundai Elantra while it was parked in the C-9 commuter parking area along Adams Drive.

The missing emblem is valued at approximately $20.


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