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John Carroll University will review loud off-campus party that led to citations in University Heights

August 30, 2018

John Carroll University will review loud off-campus party that led to citations in University Heights

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio — John Carroll University officials are conducting a review after five students were cited for throwing a loud party last weekend at an off-campus house in University Heights, according to a statement. 

“All students enrolled at John Carroll University are expected to uphold community standards and act in a manner that shows respect for others, oneself, property, and authority,” the statement says. “The matter occurred at a private, off-campus residence and has been referred to the Office of the Dean of Students for review and any appropriate action.”

The university learned about the incident Wednesday afternoon when a cleveland.com reporter requested a comment from the school, spokeswoman Kathleen Lawry said.

Brian Dytko, 21 of Westerville; Anthony Moeglin, 21 Canton; Daniel Lentz, 23 of Cleveland; Realle Brown, 21 of Bedford; and Daniel Disbrow, 21 of Avon Lake, were cited with disturbing the peace after attendees ran from the home on Warrensville Center Road early Sunday morning, University Heights police said.

The gathering was described as “a large and noticeably loud college party,” in a police report.

Between 100 and 150 college-aged people were standing in the front yard and spilled onto the sidewalk. When officers arrived to the home party goers scattered. Some ran into other people’s yards damaging a garden and a fence, police said. 

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