The State College Police Department released its weekend activity report for the first home football game of the semester, revealing a relatively calm weekend in the State College borough.
The highest number of offenses was Minor’s Law violations, with 17 violations, and after that the numbers drop off, police said. Twelve incidents of public drunkenness and 11 incidents of public urination were reported, police said.
Among smaller incidents were two offenses of criminal mischief, three incidents of harassment, six incidents of fighting and four DUI’s, police said.
Twelve people required medical assistance after alcohol-related events, police said. Total calls to police this weekend numbered 213, police said.
There were no offenses relating to fireworks, defiant trespassing and scattering rubbish, police said. Police said they saw a total of 72 non-traffic citations,
Penn State Police saw higher numbers than State College Police in most crime areas, such as underage drinking, where Penn State Police responded to 29 reports, as previously reported. Penn State Police also saw 18 cases of public drunkenness and three counts of possession of marijuana.