By Kimberly Miller
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Police were called to Delta Tau Delta fraternity, 1550 N. Vine Ave., early Friday morning in reference to a fight with Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, 934 N. Campbell Ave.
When police arrived at 4:15 a.m. they found two members of Delta Tau Delta lying in the gravel driveway of the fraternity house. Both students reported injuries including a dislocated knee and shoulder. They refused to identify who they were fighting with but one did say, "twelve members of Alpha Epsilon Pi jumped the wall and began fighting us." Neither student wanted to press charges.
Police were able to stop a truck containing identified AEPi members as it left the scene. After investigation, police identified four members of AEPi who were involved in the fight. The members told police the fight started when some members of DTD walked over to the north wall of AEPi. The AEPi members said they then jumped the wall and began fighting with the DTD members.
No one was arrested and no charges were filed.
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Police responded to a call of an 18-year-old student suffering from a drug overdose at Coronado Residence Hall, 822 E. Fifth St., early Friday morning.
The student's girlfriend called police when he passed out in the men's restroom after eating hallucinogenic mushrooms.
Police said the student was calm and coherent when they arrived. He admitted to eating "two mushroom caps and some stems."
The student refused to go to the hospital for treatment and was left in care of his girlfriend.
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A 19-year-old resident of Maricopa Residence Hall, 1031 E. N. Campus Drive, called police Sunday night after she was assaulted by her ex-boyfriend, a Northern Arizona University football player.
Police were not able to locate the suspect. The victim said he was in Tucson because NAU did not have classes on Monday.
The victim told police her ex-boyfriend came to her residence hall room and began spitting and saying, "you dogged me." When she told him she was going out to meet some friends he picked her up and threw her on her bed.
The suspect then left with an unidentified friend.
The victim told police she has had similar incidents with the suspect in the past.
Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports.
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