Penn State Greek Life Asst. Director Pees on CATA Bus
Can you imagine the brouhaha that would result if an IFC or PHC Vice President was charged with urinating on a CATA bus? What about if they had been discovered outside a Toftrees apartment having just defecated and trying to enter a stranger’s apartment while wearing no pants or underwear?
Well a certain member of the Penn State Fraternity & Sorority Life office has done both. Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life Donald Moore (official bio below to the right) was charged just after midnight on Sunday with public drunkenness and criminal mischief for urinating on a CATA bus. Apparently Moore was intercepted at the Hastings Rd CATA bus stop after relieving himself. CATA valued the damages at $128.05.
That’s not the first time Moore has run into trouble with the long arm of law. In October, Moore was cited with public drunkenness for showing up at a Toftrees building and attempting to enter what he thought was his own apartment. At the time of the incident, Moore had a blood alcohol content of 0.28 %, which is more than three times the legal limit, according to a preliminary breath test administered by police. Reads the citation: “No pants or underwear on, he defecated in his.” Moore ended up being taken to the hospital by ambulance that night.
May no act of ours bring shame applies to staff too! Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life Roy Baker has declined Onward State’s request for comment on the situation. We’ll update this post with more information as it comes in.
Update Wednesday 8:30 am: The Daily Collegian reported this morning that Donald Moore is no longer employed by the University.
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