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Salisbury University Reacts To Neighborhood Party

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Dr. Dane Faust, VP Student Affairs at Salisbury U. Dr. Dane Faust, VP Student Affairs at Salisbury U.

 

SALISBURY, Md. - Salisbury University is speaking after a group of parties, thrown by college university students, resulted in dozens of people being pepper sprayed.

Dr. Dane Faust, VP of Student Affairs told WMDT "We're really disappointed that this has occurred.  We worked hard with the city administration, the police, and our students to create an environment where things like this don't happen."  

Dr. Foust also says the university will continue to work with its students who live off campus on how to be positive members of the local communities.

During a press conference Monday morning, Salisbury's mayor, Jim Ireton, echoed those statements, saying the city's relationship with Salisbury University is as strong as it has ever been.

Police arrested five people for violating the city noise ordinance, but they are still looking into who might've thrown cans at the officers.

All those arrested were released after receiving a citation, and police say no one was injured.

 

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