Gregg Muravchick, Transylvania University director of public safety, left, and university President Seamus Carey teamed up to subdue an attacker in this coffee shop on campus.
Gregg Muravchick, Transylvania University director of public safety, left, and university President Seamus Carey teamed up to subdue an attacker in this coffee shop on campus.
Gregg Muravchick, Transylvania University director of public safety, left, and university President Seamus Carey teamed up to subdue an attacker in this coffee shop on campus.

Transylvania University’s police chief and president took down coffee shop attacker

April 29, 2017 7:53 PM

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