Pitt Police Warn Students About Man Approaching Women on Campus
Police at the University of Pittsburgh are warning the community about a man accused of making women feel uncomfortable on campus.
Pitt police say they received several complaints about Daniel Dintino, who's accused of approaching women on, or near, the campus in Oakland. He was arrested Monday on an outstanding warrant out of Ross Township.
Dintino was issued property warnings and released from jail, but officials say he may be back in the Oakland area. Anyone who sees him on campus is asked to call university police.
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