KENT, Ohio — Kent State Police are investigating two possible sexual assaults that were reported in two residence halls last week, according to a safety alert from the university.
During the investigation of one reported sexual assault in Manchester Hall, the university received information about a possible second incident in Allyn Hall, the alert states.
The incidents potentially involved an individual who was a guest of student residents on the KSU campus. Investigators believe the incidents happened between Sept. 14 and 18.
Anyone with information about these incidents should call KSU Police at 330-672-3070 as they continue their investigation.
The safety alert included reminders that there are more than 30 blue light phones stationed across campus that connect immediately to police, and a safety escort service is available by calling 330-672-7004.
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