WJAC-TV: Police: Woman Jumped from Penn State Frat House Window

STATE COLLEGE – A woman allegedly lied to police when she told them that she had been pushed from a Penn State University fraternity house window, according to WJAC-TV News.

Investigators obtained a search warrant to gather evidence form the Sigma Alpha Mu house last weekend after being called for a woman who was falling from a window.

The woman told police she didn’t fall, and she had been pushed. But once police started investigating, they said the woman had consumed an estimated six or seven shots of tequila and then kicked out the window before jumping.

The woman cut her foot or leg, which led to blood evidence found at the scene. Police said they found bloody footprints 20-30 feet away from where the woman went out the window and said that was a key factor in the conclusion that she wasn’t pushed.

Stay with 6 News, WJACTV.com and WJACTV.com Mobile for continuing coverage as the investigation continues.


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