Theft reported in Seavers Hall
Two residents of Seavers Hall came to the university police department on Oct. 24 at approximately 8 p.m. to report that money was missing from their dorm room on the third floor of the residence hall.
Both students reported that this was not the first time that they had discovered money missing; however, they did not report the previous occurrences.
One victim reported that she was missing $70 in cash, while the second victim reported that she was missing $55 in cash.
The report remains under investigation at this time.
Hit-and-run reported in staff parking lot
Tiffany Nay, of Chambersburg, reported hit-and-run damage to her vehicle, which was parked in the S-6 staff parking area along York Drive between 6 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. on Nov. 1.
Nay’s black Ford Mustang sustained a dent directly in the center of the front bumper. The incident is still under investigation, and no damage estimate has been received.
Non-student charged with theft
A 17-year-old male juvenile from Philadelphia has been charged with the theft of 24.4 gallons of gasoline from the university’s gas pump located behind the Reed Operations Center on Oct. 20.
The actor was able to forcibly break off the locking latch and padlock, which allowed him to activate the pump and fill up his truck around midnight. His actions were captured on surveillance cameras.
The approximate value of the stolen gasoline was estimated to be $70, which will be included as restitution on the juvenile’s charges.
Student charged with possession of small amount of marijuana
Adal L. Andino, 24, of Philadelphia, was charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 20.
Andino was observed operating a vehicle in the parking lot in the rear of Memorial Auditorium at approximately 10 p.m., with another individual standing on the running boards on the outside of the vehicle and holding onto the roof rack.
During the stop, SU police officers detected an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and questioned Andino about the origin of the odor. Andino removed a baggie containing a small amount of marijuana from his clothing and turned it over to the officers.
Andino was released at the scene, and a criminal complaint was later filed charging him with marijuana possession.
Sexual assault reported in Naugle Hall
The university police are investigating a reported sexual assault that allegedly occurred in Naugle Hall on Oct. 31 between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. The victim reported that sometime during that time period a person entered her unlocked room, assaulted her and then left the area.
The investigation is active and ongoing at this point, and charges are pending if a suspect is identified. Anyone with information is requested to contact the university police.
Student charged with small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia
Connor L. Laughlin, 19, of Newburg, Pennsylvania, was charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with an incident that occurred on Nov. 1 on Lancaster Drive.
Laughlin was found seated and slumped over the steering wheel of his vehicle at approximately 11:30 p.m. Officers approached the vehicle to check on Laughlin’s welfare, and when they gained access to the vehicle they could smell a strong odor of marijuana inside.
During the investigation, a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found inside.
Laughlin was detained due to his inability to drive in his condition, and was taken to the university police department where he was later released to a family member.
A criminal complaint was later filed charging Laughlin with the above listed offenses.