PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The University of Pittsburgh Police Department says a suspicious man who had been hanging around campus was arrested Tuesday evening, and is now in the Allegheny County Jail.
The University of Pittsburgh’s police department had sent out a notice to its campus community Tuesday, prior to his arrest, saying the man, identified as Daniel Dintino, had been hanging out in the Oakland area, approaching students and making them feel uncomfortable.
According to police, there had been several complaints about Dintino’s behavior.
Dintino had been previously arrested by campus police on Dec. 4 for an outstanding warrant in Ross Township, and he was issued property warnings for the entire campus.
He was released from jail and had returned back to the Oakland area before being arrested again Tuesday night.
University police say they have issued Dintino formal documentation barring him from all campus property.