State College Police Investigate Domestic Dispute Near Welch Pool
The State College Police are investigating an incident that sent a parent and juvenile child to the hospital on Monday.
Police were called at 5:49 p.m. on Monday to 670 Westerly Parkway, somewhere between Welch Pool and the South Building of State College Area High School, police said. There, a parent and child had gotten in a dispute that led to both being transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center for treatment.
Charges may be filed, police said, and could not release further information regarding the nature of the incident, the extent of the injuries or the identities of the parent and child involved due to the ongoing investigation.
Meanwhile, police in the Borough experienced a mild weekend in terms of citations issued and arrests made over the first Penn State football and holiday weekend.
Between Friday evening and Sunday morning, a total of 213 calls came into the State College Police Department, 243 S. Allen St. Only two charges misdemeanors were filed and no felonies were filed, though pending investigations could lead to more charges being filed, police said.
Citations for public drunkenness totaled 12 on the weekend, while minor's law violations reached 17 citations.
The Penn State Police saw similarly low numbers over the weekend.
Penn State Police are also investigating theft of a hanging jewelry organizer holding various pieces of jewelry, valued at about $600, that was lifted off of a hallway laundry cart while a resident was moving in on the seventh floor of Pennypacker Hall.
The theft occurred between 4-4:15 p.m. on Aug. 24 and police have no suspects at this time.