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Wednesday’s arrests make for a total of 34 when added to the 15 students arrested Tuesday following a sit-in protest at Whitmore Administration Building.
A weekend of “extra enforcement” delivers multiple liquor law violations.
Multiple men arrested or received court summonses for alcohol related offenses throughout Saturday.
Police cleared more than 400 people out of Monkey Bar Friday night, and a group of five college aged males threw a rock through the window of the Kappa Sigma fraternity early Sunday morning.
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Senior wide receiver Jalen Williams was arrested for Breaking and Entering and larceny under $250.
Off-campus partying this weekend led to the arrest of multiple individuals in the Amherst area despite prior preparations made by Amherst police.
There were multiple motor vehicle accidents and a number of arrests made this weekend in Amherst.
This weekend, the town of Amherst saw 6 accident reports for motor vehicle accidents, about 20 arrests and 22 noise complaints.
As University of Massachusetts students took to the streets for the first full weekend of the semester, several parties got out of control and had to be broken up by the Amherst police department.
A recent study found that 30.2 percent of people under the age of 23 have been arrested for a crime other than a minor traffic violation.
Over the weekend, the Amherst Police Department doled up $4,800 in fines to young people for violations of the town’s noise and nuisance house bylaws. APD also dealt with a number of downtown fights.
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