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Assault Reported In Beaver Hill Apartments

An assault that occurred in Beaver Hill Apartments was reported to State College police on April 12. According to the report, the incident took place at around 1 a.m. on Saturday, April 11.

A female reported that, at this time, a college-aged white male approached her outside of her apartment, asking for her assistance. The female began speaking with him and eventually the male assaulted and threatened her, attempting to remove her from the apartment building.

Before the suspect could remove the victim from the building, she recognized some people that she knew and was able to break free.

The incident was on video, and police were able to capture images of the suspect:

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Photo courtesy of the State College police department.

In addition to the assault, the suspect was caught tampering with a “fire apparatus.”

The State College police are urging anyone with any information regarding the incident or the suspect to call them at (814) 234-7150, email them at [email protected], or submit an anonymous tip.

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Jess graduated in May 2015, with a Bachelor of Arts with honors in English, and with two minors in Latin and Art History. When she says she's "shippin' up to Boston," she's not just singing the song -- she's actually attending Northeastern University this fall to pursue her master's degree. You can follow her shenanigans at her site, http://www.jessicarmyers.com.

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