Despite last month's fatal shooting, overall crime for November decreased approximately 13.6 percent from the previous month, according to the Division of Public Safety.
Following a case of public indecency in the Law School on Friday, the Division of Public Safety apprehended and questioned the suspect on Saturday.
The Division of Public Safety issued an alert Friday evening concerning a case of public indecency in which a man exposed himself to a female law student inside the Penn Law school.
In response to student safety concerns over a Philadelphia murderer who strangled two women this month, Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush advised students not to worry.
The Philadelphia Police Department discovered DNA evidence that links one unidentified suspect to the strangulations of two women in Kensington, Philadelphia earlier this month.
The first court appearance for Wharton senior Christian Lunoe was rescheduled from Tuesday to Dec. 7, according to Corinne Sliker, the Municipal Court administrator for the Township of Princeton, N.J.
About 2,400 conversations Wharton alumnus Raj Rajaratnam had with others were secretly recorded. Last Wednesday, a judge ruled that the evidence could be used in the case against him.
A second violent crime, in addition to a shootout at 40th and Locust streets that left one carjacking suspect dead and another in custody, occurred early Sunday morning.
A campus security expert attributed the Penn community’s response to DPS’s delayed communication to a “trust gap,” saying students may have different expectations than administrators.
The Penn community expressed much concern over delayed e-mail notification and the absence of a text message following a shooting incident near 40th and Locust streets.
Multiple shots were fired shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday near 40th and Locust streets, leaving one dead. The man was a suspect in a carjacking near 50th and Arch streets.
Two Christian evangelists may sue the University for what they believe was a suppression of their First Amendment rights.
Two males fled a stolen vehicle shortly after 3 a.m. and were chased by police. One was apprehended and the other exchanged gunfire with police and died after being shot.
Wharton alumnus Jeffrey Perelman filed a lawsuit against his father, School of Medicine trustee Ray Perelman, and brother, University trustee Ron Perelman, alleging that his father improperly invested funds from a pension plan — with which they were involved — in a company Ron controls.
The increase in monthly crime from last October to this October is due to rises in burglary, bike theft and theft from auto rates, according to the Division of Public Service.
Domenique Wilson was convicted of charges related to two home invasions — including one in which he held two Penn students against their will and raped one of them.