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Accused students have fines listed

Matt Churella, News Editor

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Pitt-Johnstown police charged student Robert Baumgarten, 19, of Pittsburgh, with purchase, consumption, possession or transportation of liquor,   malt or brewed beverages Feb. 13.

Campus Police Officer Tabitha Leary alleged in a citation filed Feb. 14 that Baumgarten consumed liquor, malt or brewed beverages in a Hemlock Hall residence room to the point of needing to be transported to a hospital for an alcohol overdose.

Leary also alleged in the same citation that Baumgarten displayed bloodshot, glossy eyes, dilated pupils and was vomiting.

A $460 fine was listed for the offenses he is charged with.

Pitt-Johnstown police charged students Dominic Means, 19, of Pittsburgh, and Logan Witwicki, 19, of Carnegie, Allegheny County, with carrying a false ID Feb. 13.

In citations filed Feb. 14 by Leary, she alleged that both students possessed IDs that falsely identified them as being over 21 years old.

A $140 fine was listed for each offense.

Pitt-Johnstown police charged Means, Witwicki and student Anthony Colello, 18, of Greensburg, Westmoreland County, with disorderly conduct.

In citations filed Feb. 14 by Leary, she alleged that three students created a hazardous or physically offensive condition by possessing a large quantity of alcoholic beverages.

A $210 fine was listed for Colello’s offense.

A $260 fine was listed for the other offenses.

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Matt Churella, Editor-in-Chief


Graduated High School: 2016, Cambria Heights High School (Patton)
Year: Junior
Anticipated Graduation Date: April 2021
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Accused students have fines listed