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Kent State University Police Make An Arrest in Connection With Recent Robberies (09/03/2009)

The Kent State University Police have made an arrest in connection with the recent robberies that occurred on campus and in the City of Kent.  Arrested on charges of Robbery and Complicity to Aggravated Robbery was 23 year old Benjamin J. Clevidence of Loudonville, Ohio.  In the recently released photo Clevidence was the person wearing the light blue shirt and dark hat with the letter “P” on the front.  The police are still asking for assistance in identifying the other two subjects in the photo.

Anyone with information about the individuals in the photo is asked to contact the Kent State University Police at 330-672-3070 or Kent City Police at 330-673-7732.  Information can also be provided by using Threat Line, an anonymous reporting system provided by Kent State. The phone line and Web site are available any time of the day or night at 330-672-SAFE (7233) or www.kent.edu/threatline.

 
 

This page was last modified on September 8, 2009