At 6:00 a.m. on Nov. 20, a pack of naked males was spotted running near the Fourth Street sidewalk. The pack quickly fled into the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity House after spotting the reporting officer.
The “Initiation Officer” of the fraternity house later stated that the streakers had completed their initiation and volunteered to streak around the area. The issue was given to the Dean of Students’ Office for further consideration.
A student was found intoxicated while driving with alcoholic beverages and marijuana at 1:50 a.m. on Nov. 21.
He was pulled over while performing an improper turn at the intersection of Hemphill Avenue and Ethel Street.
At first, he stated he had one drink prior to driving, but later changed his story to consuming two to three drinks along with possessing an improvised marijuana pipe. He was also not wearing required contacts while driving.
The student then failed several sobriety tests, including an eye test and multiple walking tests.
He refused to take a Breathalyzer test, saying “I told you already that I had two or three beers so there’s no point.” He was transported to Fulton County jail.
At 12:30 a.m. on Nov. 20, an intoxicated male was found passed out behind the Beta Theta Pi faternity house.
The underage male became conscious and had blood on his face. He claimed that three males had assaulted him without reason or provocation.
Members of Beta Theta Pi stated that the male had attempted to break-in to their party through a side window. After being asked to leave, he proceeded to punch one of the members through the window.
The brothers then asked him to leave several times after which he hit another member in the face. The male was then placed in a headlock and escorted off the premises.
At this point, unknown members of the house proceeded to hit him several times. The man was issued an arrest warning and escorted to Grady for medical treatment.