Friday, December 07, 2007

Arizona State Police Looking for Sexual Predator

The Frat Boy News Daily Police Report

As reported by ASU Web Devil

ASU police are investigating a sexual assault on a female ASU student that occurred on Alpha Drive early Sunday morning — the third such investigation on fraternity row since September.

Police don't think the suspect is an ASU student, said Cmdr. Jim Hardina, an ASU police spokesman.

The female victim met the suspect, described as a white male in his early 20s, at a fraternity party on Alpha Drive after the ASU football game Saturday, Hardina said.

"This is an acquaintance rape that we're investigating," he said.

Police don't know if the suspect is involved with a fraternity, Hardina added.

Interfraternity Council President Davey Breitman said Alpha Drive saw "usual football game traffic" Saturday night.

"I absolutely want to see the individuals responsible for the sexual assault apprehended for what they did," said Breitman, a journalism and finance junior.

At a private IFC meeting Monday, fraternity presidents and delegates were told to talk to police about anything that would help the investigation, Breitman said.

Police told Alpha Drive fraternities that the suspect was not a fraternity member, he said.

"At this point, as far as we have heard and as far as what has been said, this (suspect) has no affiliation with Greek life," Breitman said. "It's just unfortunate that the sexual assault occurred near Greek facilities."

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