A 21-year-old Penn State Altoona student is accused of stabbing two people in State College over the weekend.
The suspect is accused of punching a man inside the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
Police say a Cambria County man crawled through someone's window and punched them in the face.
Police say the suspect was very intoxicated when the incident took place.
State Police say he died of a self-inflicted wound.
Mark Mills Jr. was taken into custody at his Worchester Rd. Home.
According to police, a Phillipsburg man was arrested for holding a knife to a woman's neck
Police say he left his group and crossed a borough street before assaulting the victim early Sunday morning.
The trooper sustained minor injuries while arresting the suspect.
The accused punched the victim numerous times during the assault.
Police arrested the man shortly before noon Thursday.
The suspect allegedly followed the victim to a parking lot and assaulted him before shooting him in the leg.
Police say the student got into an altercation with another student before having his ankles tied with a jump rope.
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Police say the teen fired on two others.
Police say the suspect discharged a rifle round into the home.
Penn State officials warn there's been another sexual assault.
State Police are filing assault charges against an Elk County Man for allegedly punching a woman in the face.