Three Pennsylvania State University students are facing a variety of charges -- including aggravated assault, simple assault, terroristic threats, possession of instrument of crime -- related to allegedly stabbing two students from other colleges, The Centre Daily Times reported. According to police reports, two male students from other colleges were in State College to visit a female friend. They went to her apartment, and when they arrived, the Penn State men told them to go away, and when they did not do so and called out to their friend, the Penn State men started stabbing and slashing them as they tried to leave. News articles did not quote the Penn State men or a lawyer with their side of events.
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