Student arrested for attacking two fraternity brothers

D.C. police arrested a student Sunday after he attacked two of his fraternity brothers in Phi Kappa Psi at an off-campus residence.

The student scratched one of the alleged victims on the neck and also bruised that person’s shoulder. The other fraternity brother had his cheek cut during the fight, according to Metropolitan Police Department documents. Both men declined medical attention.

The student had become “very upset” and started arguing with the two brothers, according to the documents. He was also charged with damaging a stereo system and a television during the assault.

The University crime log lists the incident as domestic simple assault, destruction and harassment.

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