STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -Police have filed charges against 14 people in connection with a rowdy celebration after Penn State beat Ohio State in football two weeks ago.
Four people face one count of felony riot and other misdemeanor charges following the Oct. 25 confrontation with police.
Eight others face lesser charges including misdemeanors. Two people received summary citations for criminal mischief.
Authorities estimated about $7,000 in property damage including two uprooted light poles, torn street signs and damaged cars. About 4,000 people celebrated in a two-block area downtown.
There were no serious injuries.
State College police are still looking to identify others who could be charged.

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