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Matt Churella, News Editor

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Pitt-Johnstown police charged Tyler Feltman, 18, of McAlisterville, Juniata County, and student Julianne Swatrz, 19, of Mifflintown, Juniata County, with possession of liquor, malt or brewed beverages March 19.

Campus police officer Glenn Berkey alleged in two citations filed March 19 that Feltman and Swartz were in possession of Busch Light beer inside of a vehicle parked in the athletic field parking lot.

Berkey alleged that both Feltman and Swartz had glassy bloodshot eyes.

A $460 fine was listed for each offense.

Pitt-Johnstown police charged student Brendt Hall, 18, of Pittsburgh, with carrying a false ID March 29.

Campus Police Officer Tabitha Leary alleged in a citation filed April 2 that Hall had an ID, which identified him as being at least 21 years old.

A $260 fine was listed for the offense.

Pitt-Johnstown police charged student Szutung Liu, 20, of Pittsburgh, with disorderly conduct April 3.

Campus Police Officer Edward Ostrowski alleged in a citation filed April 10 that Liu smoked marijuana and possessed paraphernalia in a Living/Learning Center dorm room.

Ostrowski alleged in the same citation that Liu was cooperative with campus police.

A $260 fine was listed for the offense.

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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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