4 Fraternity Members Arrested in Nebraska Drinking Death

October 27, 2014

Four members of the FarmHouse fraternity at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln were arrested Thursday on suspicion of providing the alcohol that killed a freshman in early September. University officials are suspending the chapter indefinitely, the Lincoln Journal Star reported. Clayton Real, 18, was found dead in his room after a night partying with the fraternity just two weeks into the academic year. His blood alcohol content was 0.378 -- more than four times the legal limit. Real was one of several freshmen across the country who died shortly after arriving on campus this year.

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