A Penn State employee was arrested by the State College Police Department on campus Thursday and charged with simple assault and recklessly endangering another person after an incident involving a woman he knew, according to court documents.
Darryl Noye, 35, of State College, -- listed in the Penn State directory as an employee within the department of Information Technology Services -- was arrested after he shoved a woman he knew with force after becoming angry when he accidentally damaged a mini-fridge while working on a home renovation, police said.
After being shoved by Noye, the woman flew a number of feet and landed on her face on the tiled floor, sustaining injuries to her chin, lip and eye, police said.
The woman sustained a large contusion, swelling and blackening around her chin, cuts to the inside of her swollen lips and a large bruise to her left eye, which is severely swollen under the eye on the cheekbone, police said.
Noye is scheduled to appear at a preliminary hearing Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte, according to court documents.