Penn State issues warning on forcible sex offense report

Penn State police are investigating a reported sexual incident.

Police posted information about the report Wednesday. The incident was reported the same day at about 8 p.m.

According to police, the “forcible sex offense” allegedly occurred July 8 sometime between 1 a.m. and noon at an unnamed fraternity on or near campus.

No information was provided about the reporting party or circumstances, and the alleged suspect was identified only as a male.

The report was the fourth forcible sex offense timely warning issued at University Park this summer. Two others involved residence halls. The third, where the reporting party was an employee, allegedly occurred at a lab on campus.

It is the 16th timely warning of 2016. Of those, 15 involved reports of forcible sex offenses and one involved robbery.