July 18th

 State College local brothers Sam Woytowich, left, and Zach Woytowich play Pokémon Go on the steps of Old Main on Monday, July 18, 2016.

State College local brothers Sam Woytowich, left, and Zach Woytowich play Pokémon Go on the steps of Old Main on Monday, July 18, 2016.

 Marcia DiStaso accompanies six-year-old son Matthew DiStaso on the hunt for a Pikachu along side of several other Pokémon Go players on the steps of Old Main on Penn State's campus on Monday, July 18, 2016.

Marcia DiStaso accompanies six-year-old son Matthew DiStaso on the hunt for a Pikachu along side of several other Pokémon Go players on the steps of Old Main on Penn State's campus on Monday, July 18, 2016.

 Tim Wian, center, of Phillipsburg flies the American flag as other Centre County residents hold signs on Allegheny Street in Bellefonte on Monday, July 18, 2016 calling for justice for Totti, a Department of Corrections drug detection dog that died after being locked in a hot car for over two hours.

Tim Wian, center, of Phillipsburg flies the American flag as other Centre County residents hold signs on Allegheny Street in Bellefonte on Monday, July 18, 2016 calling for justice for Totti, a Department of Corrections drug detection dog that died after being locked in a hot car for over two hours.

 Justin Wian of Bellefonte wears a Guy Faux mask on the back of his head reading "Justice for Totti" as he joins the other Centre County residents in front of the Centre County courthouse on Monday, July 18, 2016 calling for justice for Totti, a Department of Corrections drug detection dog that died of heat exposure after being locked in a squad car for over two hours.

Justin Wian of Bellefonte wears a Guy Faux mask on the back of his head reading "Justice for Totti" as he joins the other Centre County residents in front of the Centre County courthouse on Monday, July 18, 2016 calling for justice for Totti, a Department of Corrections drug detection dog that died of heat exposure after being locked in a squad car for over two hours.

 Lisa Shirk of Bellefonte holds a sign on Allegheny Street on Monday, July 18, 2016, calling for justice for Totti the Department of Corrections drug detection dog that died from heat exposure after being locked in a squad car for over two hours.

Lisa Shirk of Bellefonte holds a sign on Allegheny Street on Monday, July 18, 2016, calling for justice for Totti the Department of Corrections drug detection dog that died from heat exposure after being locked in a squad car for over two hours.