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UNIVERSITY PARK

PSU probing dorm shower incidents

Penn State police say they’re investigating two incidents in which people took pictures or videos of students in dormitory showers.

Police say the invasion of privacy incidents occurred about 9:40 p.m. Sunday and 12:45 a.m. Monday in Thompson Hall.

Police didn’t identify the victims or their sex, nor say if they have any suspects.

Police are asking students for tips about who might have been responsible.

NCambria police chief suspended

A Cambria County police chief has been suspended.

Northern Cambria Police Chief Jeffrey Kopsic was suspended Tuesday, Mayor Carol Jarvis confirmed, WTAJ has reported.

No reason for the suspension was given, but it was reported that officers were called to a home where they then questioned Kopsic. No charges have been filed.

Kopsic was suspended as police chief in Cresson in December 2013 and ultimately fired. A settlement over his termination was reached in 2014 between Kopsic and the borough, although specifics were not made public and no reason for his firing was ever given, the Mirror previously reported.

CRESSON

Mount Aloysius to host open house

Mount Aloysius College is having an open house for prospective students and their parents starting at 10 a.m. Saturday.

To register for the event or for more information about Mount Aloysius College, email admissions@mtaloy.edu or call 888-823-2220.

From Mirror, wire reports

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