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Posted: 3:32 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, 2012
MORGANTOWN, Wva. —
West Virginia University students caused thousands of dollars in damage after a Saint Patrick's Day celebration turned violent.
School administrators said students set 35 fires this past weekend.
Channel 11 News found You Tube videos showing the violence that took place on St. Patrick's Day.
In the videos, the students are screaming as some people begin throwing objects at police officers.
Police said they made 33 arrests and charged some students with driving under the influence and disorderly conduct.
School administrators sent out an email to students that said they plan on using the videos to find others who may have been involved in the violence.
No one was seriously hurt.
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