Penn State Police Report Paternoville Sign Stolen
Can significant days on Penn State’s academic calendar just be normal? The first day of Thanksgiving break brought the unfortunate news that Joe Paterno had lung cancer. The beginning of winter break coincided with a post-practice fight between Matt McGloin and Curtis Drake which left McGloin concussed. Now, yesterday, at the beginning of spring break, news broke that the sign for Paternoville outside Beaver Stadium was knocked down by a driver and stolen.
Campus police said that surveillance cameras indicated this occurred around 4 a.m. on Tuesday. The vehicle is believed to be a gray or silver sedan and also knocked down another sign while driving on grass.
A few additional notes can be found here. Hopefully more details come out shortly and police get to the bottom of this. If anyone believes they have any important information regarding the sign, University Police can be reached at 814-863-1111.
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