Jury selection began on June 14 for Penn's second trial against ex-student Frank Reynolds.
A Clinton County judge sentenced Domenique Wilson to 70 to 196 years in prison for the 2009 attack of three Lock Haven University students and sexual assault of two of them.
Travis Roesler was arrested for dealing marijuana from his 4112 Spruce St. apartment, where he also ran a fight-training business called Babylon Studios.
Philadelphia Police arrested former Penn Football player and 2006 Wharton graduate Travis Roesler, 27, for possession of over $1 million worth of marijuana.
The trial for 28-year-old Upper Darby resident Shacoy McNish, who was accused of stealing the identities of patients at the Hospital of the University of the Pennsylvania in November, was postponed by a Delaware County judge until July 6.
Part of a year-to-date 25 percent increase in overall crime, forcible sex offenses saw a dramatic increase, with seven incidents reported in April.
May 1 — A male cab driver reported at about 11:30 p.m. that while driving his cab on the 3600 block of Market Street, someone displayed a handgun and attempted to forcibly take his vehicle.
May 2 — A 16-year-old boy unaffiliated with Penn reported at about 9 p.m.
The trial for Shacoy McNish, accused of stealing the identities of patients from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in November, was moved to May 24 by a Delaware County judge.
A non-profit organization that focuses on campus crime prevention nationwide unveiled a plan to make enhancements to the federal Jeanne Clery Act and Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments.
According to several student eyewitnesses, a security officer at the Spring Fling concert used excessive force against a female concert attendee while attempting to clear an aisle.
The Division of Public Safety responded to 51 Spring Fling-related incidents this year — 30 hospitalizations and 21 disturbances — a 34-percent increase from last year’s 38 incidents.
The only university force in Pennsylvania to receive accreditation, Penn was also voted a flagship agency by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
The enhanced anti-theft campaign will involve AlliedBarton security guards heightening vigilance against theft and verbally reminding students not to leave items unattended.
College junior Cyrus Shepherd-Oppenheim, 22, was offered enrollment into an informal probation program designed for first-time, non-violent offenders Tuesday morning.