Penn State reported its 22nd known forcible sex offense of the fall semester Monday at approximately 1:46 p.m. via a University Park-issued Timely Warning.
The incident allegedly took place Oct. 29 in North Halls, the Timely Warning said, and a third party reported it to Penn State University Police and Public Safety at 12:30 p.m. Monday.
The student allegedly reported being sexually assaulted by a known person, according to the Timely Warning.
This is the most known forcible sex offense Timely Warnings reported in a fall semester since the 19 Timely Warnings in fall 2016.
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