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    Two Penn State fraternities are under police investigation after an argument between ‘many members’ at gathering of ‘over 100 students’

    • Police are investigating the Acacia and Delta Chi fraternities at Penn State  
    • Authorities said several members were involved in an argument on Saturday 
    • Argument took place at Acacia fraternity house where 100 students gathered  
    • The argument ended with one Delta Chi member allegedly throwing an object at the Acacia members; police said they detained that member 
    • Police said charges are pending, but didn’t elaborate on what those charges are 

    Two fraternities at Pennsylvania State University are under police investigation after several members were reportedly involved in an altercation at a gathering of ‘more than 100 students’ over the weekend. 

    State College police were called to the Acacia fraternity house at 234 Locust Lane after reports were made about a ‘disturbance’ outside the house on Saturday. 

    Officers responded to the altercation between ‘many members’ of Acacia and Delta Chi fraternities around 4pm. 

    According to the Centre County Report, there were more than 100 students at a gathering when a fight broke out between the groups. 

    Two fraternities at Pennsylvania State University are under police investigation after several members were reportedly involved in an altercation over the weekend

    State College police were called to the Acacia fraternity house at 234 Locust Lane after reports were made about a 'disturbance' outside the house on Saturday

    State College police were called to the Acacia fraternity house at 234 Locust Lane after reports were made about a ‘disturbance’ outside the house on Saturday

    According to a police statement, one Delta Chi member was detained for allegedly throwing an unspecified object at members of the Acacia fraternity.  

    According to a police statement, several Delta Chi members then interfered with the investigation.   

    The statement didn’t mention how many people were involved.  

    Images from the scene showed officers speaking with members of the fraternities as several others stood outside the fraternity house.   

    Police said charges are pending. Some charges may include citations for violations of the coronavirus mitigation ordinance, which has restrictions on in-person gatherings. 

    It’s unclear what exactly led up to the argument and police are still investigating.  

    A DailyMail.com request for more information to college police was not immediately returned on Tuesday morning. Police at the scene of the incident on Saturday

    A DailyMail.com request for more information to college police was not immediately returned on Tuesday morning. Police at the scene of the incident on Saturday 

    A DailyMail.com request for more information to college police was not immediately returned on Tuesday morning. 

    Both Acacia and Delta Chi are collegiate social fraternities and have chapters across the US. 

    As of Tuesday, Penn State officials have not issued any disciplinary action against either fraternity.  

    Police are asking for the public to come forward with any information about the argument and call 234-7150, email [email protected] or submit an anonymous tip online.

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