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ASU Fraternity Apologizes for Halloween Prank

JANUARY 19, 2007 - Posted at 3:38 p.m. CST

 

JONESBORO, AR - An Arkansas State University fraternity accused of stealing Halloween decorations from one Jonesboro neighborhood last fall has written a letter of apology to one resident who was a victim of the crime.

Brittany Luppy says she found her stolen decorations inside the Pi Kappa Alpha frat house shortly after they were stolen from her residence on Mockernut Lane, near the ASU campus.

The Pikes were never officially charged with the crime, but the fraternity has since written a letter of apology and a $50 gift card for The Mall at Turtle Creek to Luppy.

Apology letters were also sent to the university's vice chancellor for student affairs and the assistant dean for Greek life.

 

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