School of Medicine and Wharton alumnus Louis Hampers, charged in a 655-count federal prescription fraud case, faces his first hearing in Richmond, Va., Friday afternoon.
The two suspects in last week’s bank robberies near campus are still at large, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Philadelphia division, which is in charge of the investigations.
Two men who received their respective master’s degrees from Wharton settled federal insider trading allegations with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week.
The Division of Public Safety changed its crime reporting policy to only report incidence rather than monthly trending of crime rates to the general public.
The Division of Public Safety responded to 37 New Student Orientation-related alcohol cases, including 14 involving female freshmen.
The PNC Bank branch at 3535 Market St. was robbed at about 12:45 p.m. Friday, according to the Division of Public Safety. This is the second reported bank robbery in the area in three days.
The TD Bank branch at 3735 Walnut St. was robbed shortly after 9 a.m. Wednesday, according to the Division of Public Safety. No one was injured in the incident.
The criminal trial for Christian evangelists Michael Marcavage and Kenneth Fleck — arrested July 3 by Penn Police for disorderly conduct and obstruction of a highway — was delayed to Nov. 12.
The 'cupcake lady's' food truck was confiscated for violating vendor parking restrictions at 33rd and Market streets.
The campaign consists of safety fairs at each college house, as well as other campus locations including the Penn Bookstore, in an effort to reduce the growing prevalence of bike theft.
Reports of a possibly threatening substance at the Annenberg School for Communication Friday turned out to be false.
Summer has flown by — not just for students, but for the Division of Public Safety as well, according to Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush.
On June 22, Penn was once again ordered to pay Frank Reynolds, 46, after the results of a lawsuit regarding the Executive Master’s in Technology Management program.
The suspect in a $1.2M drug bust on campus had an arraignment on June 10.