Officials at Kent State University are asking students and others who attended "College Fest" to help police identify those who broke the law or created "a dangerous situation."
The university posted a request for assistance on it's home page Tuesday afternoon asking people who may be able to identify those shown in videos and photos posted online committing crimes to contact Kent Police.
"College Fest 2012 activities turned into a dangerous situation for participants as numerous fights broke out, which also included bottle throwing," the university's statement read. "Many photos and videos have been electronically posted that show participants throwing bottles — sometimes full, unopened bottles — at others, including the police. If you can identify anyone in the photos creating a dangerous situation, please contact the Kent Police Department at 330-673-7732."
Eleven of the 33 people arrested in connection with College Fest activities are students at Kent State, according to police and university officials. The students arrested will face a university hearing through the Kent State Office of Student Conduct following their charges in Portage County Municipal Court.
If found responsible, each individual student could face disciplinary probation, suspension and/or dismissal, according to the university.
Continuing in its statement, university officials said Tuesday the behavior will not be tolerated.
"This past weekend’s activities represented a small number of students, however, the impact of the actions of a few reflects on all of us," the statement reads. "While the university certainly understands students’ desire to celebrate the end of the school year, our primary concern is for the safety and well-being of participants, the police and other emergency personnel. We support the city in its efforts to keep celebrations safe for everyone involved and hope we can work together to avoid this situation in the future."