Crowd in Beaver Canyon After Football Win Vs. Purdue Draws Alert from Penn State to Leave 'Unlawful Disturbance' – Statecollege.com

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A crowd filled the 200 block of East Beaver Avenue shortly after midnight on Friday, Sept. 2, 2022. Screenshot via Onward State
Update: State College police said there were no reported injuries or damages were reported from the disturbance. Police, however, are looking to identify several people involved in the incident.
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Crowds poured into the streets of the Beaver Canyon area in downtown State College early Friday morning following the Penn State football team’s come-from-behind season-opening road win over unranked Purdue.
Shortly after midnight, the crowd filling the 200 block of East Beaver Avenue drew a police response, as well as a warning from the university to leave the “unlawful disturbance” or be subject to arrest.
“Avoid downtown State College. Crowd on Beaver Ave. is an unlawful disturbance. Leave the area or be subject to arrest,” a message from the Penn State Alert emergency notification system stated.
The road reopened and the university issued an “all-clear” at 1:30 a.m.
It was not immediately clear if any damage or arrests resulted from the incident.
Alpha Fire Police were dispatched to assist law enforcement with the crowd.
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