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Upon confirmation of a ificant emergency or dangerous situation involving a crime occurring either on or off campus that, in the judgment of the Pennsylvania College of Technology's Chief of Police, constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat to the health and safety of students or staff, the Penn College Police will issue an immediate notice to students and employees. The crime alert bulletin and timely warnings will be distributed viathe Police website, and myPCT. If a possible threat exists within a specific area of the campus e.
On Wednesday, February 12 at p. He said that he answered his door and two males forced their way into the apartment building. He said one of the suspects struck him in the head with what he believes to have been a handgun.
While in the apartment the suspects asked "where are your drugs" and then took several ounces of marijuana, cash and his cell phone. His roommate was also in the apartment at the time and they took his cell phone as well. The suspects were described as black males in their early 20's, 6'2" to 6'5" in height with short hair. Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or have additional information are encouraged to contact the Penn College Police at On January 29, College Police have identified a former student and a local 18 year-old as suspects in the burglaries of several apartments inside of Rose Street Commons.
Police have arrested both individuals and have recovered some of the stolen items. College Police are investigating several incidents where items were taken from unlocked rooms in Lancaster and Dauphin Halls between Sunday, January 27 and Monday, January 28, Two males, believed to not be students, were seen entering an elevator in Dauphin Hall on Monday and then leaving the building through another door with some items that were later reported stolen. These males had entered the building behind a student who had authorized access via the student ID card.
College Police are trying to identify the two males entering the elevator. If anyone information please contact College Police at As a safety reminder to all students living in the residence halls you should always lock your doors.
Be suspicious of anyone you do not recognize as living in your building or attempting to follow you in after you have gained access to Call college girls Williamsport building or wandering the halls. If you do encounter this type of activity, call College Police immediately. On Thursday, August 23, at p.
The student said he was riding his motorized skateboard south in the block of Maynard Street, when a man on a bike approached him displaying a knife and demanding his skateboard. The student then sped towards campus on his skateboard and the male on the bike followed him a short distance, then turned, and fled east. The man on the bike was described as a black male, 25 years old, 5 feet 10 inches tall, wearing black jeans and a green hooded-sweatshirt.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or have additional information are encouraged to contact the Williamsport Bureau of Police at or Penn College Police at Penn College and Williamsport Bureau of Police were called to an off-campus apartment in the block of West 4th. Street on Sunday, July 16 at a.
A student reported that he awoke to a sound inside his apartment and when he went to investigate he encountered a male stealing items. The suspect had apparently already taken items from other apartments within the building. It is believed the suspect may have entered through an unlocked back door. The suspect fled the apartment with two red suitcases filled with electronic items.
The suspect is described as a thin black male in his early twenties, 5 feet 9 inches tall, wearing blue jeans, a blue t-shirt and a green baseball hat. It is unknown what direction he ran after fleeing the apartment. The Williamsport Bureau of Police are investigating the incident. If anyone has additional information they can contact the police at After a police investigation it has been determined that the student provided false information to the police about the assault and robbery occurring on campus.
The student was actually robbed of cash in the block of West Edwin Street after he attempted to purchase drugs. The police are continuing their investigation. The student may face criminal charges of providing false information to law enforcement. This afternoon, Tuesday, September 6, a year-old student reported to Penn College Police that he was assaulted and robbed at approximately p. He reports that he was struck from behind by three males and knocked to the ground. He describes the males as follows; a black male late 20s to early 30s, bald, 6 feet 3 inches tallpounds with a muscular buildwearing tan pants and a white t-shirt; a black male, late 20s, 6 feet tall, pounds, long dread-lock hair, wearing a white t-shirt and tan pants; and a black male, mid 20 sbuzz-cut hair style, wearing a white t-shirt and tan pants.
He reports that they took cash out of his wallet. The student was not injured and reported the incident to the police approximately one and one-half hours after the assault. If anyone was in the area during that time period and may have witnessed the incidentor saw the suspects prior to or after the incident, please contact Penn College Police at Late this afternoon, a year-old female reported to Penn College Police that she was sexually assaulted yesterday Tuesday, August 30 between and 3 p.
She Call college girls Williamsport that she was grabbed from behind by a white male, who then forcefully fondled her. The assailant is described as roughly 6 ft. He was wearing a leaf camo t-shirt, dark blue jeans, brown work boots, and a green baseball cap. There is a possibility that others may have passed him in the stairwell or hallways of the Academic Center prior to the attack. If anyone has seen this individual or has additional information, please contact Penn College Police at Penn College Police were notified by Williamsport Bureau of Police that an attempted burglary had occurred in the block of Vine Avenue at 10 a.
A student living in the apartment was not home at the time of the incident but his girlfriend was and had called to report someone banging on the front door. When police arrived they found the door frame and door were heavily damaged. No one was Call college girls Williamsport to obtain any physical description of the person or persons responsible. Williamsport Bureau of Police are investigating. Penn College was notified this week of an altercation involving several students, which occurred early Sunday morning, January 24, off-campus in the block of Mifflin Place.
The altercation was between a group of Penn College students and three other people, believed to be non-students. During the altercation, one of the other individuals pulled out a gun and fired several shots. A year-old student was struck in the wrist by a bullet. He was treated and released at an area hospital. The other three individuals left the area prior to the arrival of police.
The Williamsport Bureau of Police is investigating the incident. All students are reminded to keep their personal safety in mind and to dial if there are any emergency situations. For additional information, please contact the Student Affairs Office at studentaffairs pct.
A year-old Penn College student reported being assaulted and robbed off campus in Williamsport Sunday evening. He reported the assault to police on Monday at a. The incident occurred between p. He said he was approached by three males and assaulted. The student said he was struck in the face, knocked to the ground and then kicked several times. The three suspects are described as black males, one about 5 foot 5 inches and the other two were over 6 feet tall. The male that he was assaulted by was describe as having braided hair with be. He was unable to provide any further details about the other two.
The suspects ran after the assault. The victim suffered minor injuries. The incident is being investigated by the Williamsport Bureau of Police. Anyone with additional information is urged to call Williamsport Police at or Penn College Police at On Thursday, September 4, at a. A College police officer encountered a shooting victim non-student at the intersection of Maynard Street and West 4th Street. He told the officer someone had shot him on Third Avenue.
Police found evidence of drug activity in the apartment where the shooting occurred. Several students may have been in the area at the time of the incident. Anyone having more information are encourage to contact the Williamsport Bureau of Police at or Penn College Police at College Police would like to remind students to report supicious persons or activity immediately to police by dialing An year-old student reported she was sexually assaulted in her Rose Street Commons apartment on early Saturday morning, August 24, The victim reported that she was inappropriately touched by a male student that was an acquaintance.
Students should be aware of dangerous situations they may encounter both on and off campus. You Call college girls Williamsport encouraged to trust your instincts. If you find yourself in a similar situation or one in which you feel you are in danger, call a friend, a family member or the police immediately. If you have been the victim of a sexual assault and do not wish to report it to the police, you may contact Kathy Zakarian, Deputy Coordinator for sexual misconduct issues, at or the Crisis Hotline anonymously at for help and support.
You have the right to have any allegations of sexual assault investigated and adjudicated by the appropriate campus, civil and criminal authorities. If you choose to call the police for help, it is your decision whether to have it investigated. Call college girls Williamsport year-old student reported she was sexually assaulted in her off-campus apartment on Vine Avenue early Saturday morning, April 26, The victim told the police she woke up and believes she had been sexually assaulted.
She does not have any memory of the assault. The Williamsport Bureau of Police are investigating. If you have been the victim of a sexual assault and do not wish to report it to the police, you may contact the Crisis Hotline anonymously at for help and support. On Sunday, April 13, at a. The police officer encountered a year-old man non-student claiming to have been the victim.
He told the officer someone had thrown a brick through his window at W. The man told the officer that he had chased another man down the street. It was quickly determined by police that the incident did not occur as described.
Police discovered the alledged victim was wanted in Allegheny County for warrants related to possession of narcotics with the intent to deliver found, and the police found evidence of drug activity in the apartment. College Police would like to remind students to report suspicious persons or activity immediately to police by dialing After and extensive police investigation and re-interview of the alleged student victim, he has admitted to making a false report about the attempted robbery.
The student admitted he initially told his girlfriend he was attacked after they had an argument. She encouraged him to report the incident to the police. He told police that once she insisted he report the incident and remained with him until he did, he felt he had to continue with the false report. The student will be turned over to judicial affairs for further action. An year-old Penn College student reported being assaulted on campus Friday evening, December 13, He reported the assault to the police at a. The incident occurred approximately p.Call college girls Williamsport
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