The "Apartment incident" is already taken, so what are we going to call this one?
The CDT has offered more details on the Nittany Apartment incident last night.
News reports about police converging on an apartment shared by three Penn State football players turned out to be based on a pretty routine incident — police breaking up a loud party.
Penn State police Lt. Bill Moerschbacher said police did find and seize a small amount of marijuana from the residence, but he said that a “Special Response Unit” truck was at the scene only because that’s the vehicle police happened to be driving last night.
Moerschbacher said police received a complaint about a loud party at Nittany Apartments number 5204 about 8 p.m.
According to Penn State’s online directory, football players Maurice Evans and Abe Koroma reside at that apartment.
When police arrived, they saw a small amount of marijuana, Moerschbacher said. Police got a search warrant from District Judge Carmine Prestia and seized several related items from the apartment, Moerschbacher said.
Moerschbacher said he could not comment on any suspects, but there was no arrest made last night. Any citations filed will likely be sent through the mail, he said.
Does anyone know how to split an ounce of marijuana four ways? If so the State College district attourney would like to have a word with you.