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West Virginia University sent out a message to students encouraging them to "be vigilant" after a pair of stabbings on High Street in the last month.
Morgantown Police have arrested a man suspected in a stabbing incident on High Street last night near downtown bars and clubs.
The Morgantown Police found the body of a Bruceton Mills man in the Monongahela River on Friday and now are investigating his death, according to a press release.
An Ohio man wanted for homicide was taken into custody Tuesday evening by Morgantown authorities.
West Virginia University issued a community notice Tuesday after recent thefts from vehicles near campus and in Monongalia County. Since July 17, there have been four reports of theft.
The Morgantown Police Department is alerting the public of a potential scam involving a door-to-door subcontractor offering to do asphalt construction work at a reduced price.
The driver that allegedly killed a West Virginia University student Chloe Robertson in a hit-and-run in January 2020, was arrested Monday in West Philadelphia.
West Virginia University Police Department is investigating a reported robbery and car-jacking on May 9 at 3:30 p.m. in front of 265 Prospect Street.
Halloween weekend and the past month in Morgantown have been relatively uneventful in terms of gatherings, according to both the University Police Department and the Morgantown Police Department.
The front window of The Grind has been boarded up after a hit and run last weekend, but the small business is still open and serving customers downtown.
Despite COVID-19 guidances against them, reports of several large parties and gatherings were investigated by the University Police Department between Aug. 17 and Aug. 25, according to the UPD crime log.
Morgantown City Council made a unanimous decision to discuss a nuisance ordinance that would regulate properties used for criminal activities to a future agenda.
A former WVU physics professor pleaded guilty to a federal fraud charge, according to the United States Department of Justice.
Two men were arraigned in Monongalia County Magistrate Court on Friday afternoon, mere hours after a shooting at the College Park apartment complex claimed the life of a WVU student.
Update: 1:40 p.m.: The release from West Virginia University has been amended. It now mentions that both men are being charged with first-degree murder.
The Morgantown Police Department has identified and confirmed another suspect in the heroin-laced vape pen overdose case.
The Morgantown Police Department identified and confirmed a juvenile high school student as the suspect accused of distributing a vape pen laced with heroin.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and compared to other Big 12 schools with similar, or even larger, enrollment numbers, WVU has among the highest reported domestic violence offenses.
The annual WVU Clery Report shows a decline in drug arrests, and forcible sex offenses, but an increase in aggravated assaults between 2017 and 2018.
The Morgantown Police Department has 94 Glock pistols, 32 patrol rifles, 70 patrol vehicles and 4,000 pepper ball rounds, according to its inventory.
A state trooper pulled over a man in Preston County who allegedly made threats to kill President Donald Trump and blow up the Pentagon, WDTV reported Wednesday.
An ambassador for the National Down Syndrome Society gave a lecture on Tuesday about the interactions between people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and law enforcement.
Over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, which for WVU occurred from last Saturday to Monday, University Police issued 29 charges related to the holiday festivities, according to the WVU crime log:
Update (4 p.m. Thursday): http://www.thedaonline.com/news/man-shot-and-killed-by-u-s-marshals-in-morgantown/article_dbbfe3be-4046-11e9-957d-07893180694d.html
Eleven individuals have been served arrest warrants over their involvement in the Spruce Street riots on Feb. 1.
A WVU student has been charged with a DUI and grand larceny after allegedly crashing a stolen car while drunk on Monday morning.
Administrators of the estate of Nolan Burch, the WVU student who died during a fraternity-related pledge event in 2014, agreed to settle its wrongful death case for $3 million, according to court documents.
Some West Virginia lawmakers will be making marijuana reform a priority during the 2019 Legislative Session.
A man was arrested Tuesday morning after he admitted to strangling a cat inside his home, according to a press release from Morgantown Police.
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