Zachary Staab Assoc. News Editor Students choose the right college for them based on SAT scores, athletics, location, and a variety of other criteria. One aspect of college life that is drawing more attention is . . .
Danielle Kreider News Editor A well deserved welcome to the four new members of the MUPD. They were sworn into the department on October 16 filling vacated positions from the past several years. The MUPD . . .
The following information was compiled from the Millersville University Police Department’s Daily Docket, and the Arrest Docket. Both of which are considered public record.
December 10, 2009 at 7:38 p.m.
Bryon T Jefferson III was charged with three counts of indecent assault, and one count of unlawful restraint at 809 Lenhardt Hall. Jefferson was cleared by arrest. . . .
n order for groups, organizations, officials, and basically anyone to earn respect in this day and age, they need to be seen in a light of helping others.
Especially when their motto is to “serve and protect.” . . .
Randall Walsh, 29, was charged in January with allegedly threatening a philosophy professor with a knife. “Randall was banned from campus for a reason,” Chief Wayne Silcox of MUPD said. But Walsh came back. . . .
Doors are locked and students and faculty are told to stay in one place until they receive the all clear. With text messages lighting up every phone, information is received by students and faculty to inform them of what is going on outside the room. . . .