Police issue 182 citations as WVU students return

  • August 20, 2014

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – Police issued more than 180 citations and arrested more than a dozen people during West Virginia University students’ first weekend in Morgantown for the fall semester.

Preliminary figures released Tuesday by Morgantown police show 82 citations were issued for underage drinking between last Friday and Monday.

Police also issued 62 citations for open container violations.

Other citations included disorderly conduct, littering, public intoxication, nuisance party, obstructing and fake identification.

Fifteen people were arrested on a total 41 charges. Police didn’t provide details of the charges.


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