Thursday, December 06, 2007

Five Washington State Delta Chi Brothers Arrested After Brawl

WSU Frat Fight Leads to Five Arrests

As reported by

Five members of a Washington State University fraternity have been arrested for involvement in a fight with members of another fraternity.

The suspects belong to the Delta Chi Fraternity. Arrested were 19-year-old Mark Tarabochia, 20-year-old Scott Tandoi, 19-year-old Timonthy Giles, 21-year-old Christopher Ranch, and 19-year-old Brian White.

Tarabochia, Tandoi and Giles were arrested and booked into the Whitman County Jail for second degree assault.

Ranch and White were arrested for fourth degree assault. Both were booked and released from the Pullman Police Department.

Police said on October 27 the five suspects fought with two men from the Theta Chi Fraternity on WSU's Greek Row.

According to the president of Theta Chi and Pullman Police, a 20-year-old victim from Theta Chi sufferred three fractures in his jaw, and may have permanent nerve damage. The victim was eventually transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for treatement.

The president of Delta Chi had previously said his organization deals anyone involved in fighting individually, and is taking action against the five suspects.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

D Chi's Got what they deserved!

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