Two members of BusU community dead after drug overdose at house party #cmm457 #finalexam #fiction

A Busemeyer University assistant professor and student have died after a house party gone bad Monday night.

Busville police report three people were found in cardiac arrest in the basement of 1704 Casper Drive. They were taken to Busville Hospital, where they were pronounced dead of apparent drug overdoses.

A press release from the hospital identifies the deceased as 72-year-old assistant art professor William Houser, and 20-year-old BusU student Bugs Meany.

According to University spokesman Jon Smyth, Meany was the president of the Lambda Pi Eta fraternity before its charter was revoked last semester for violations of the school’s alcohol and party policy.

Sarah Ashcroft, 44, an associate professor in the philosophy department, was also taken to Busville Hospital. She is in stable condition, and is expected to survive.

Police were originally called to the house for reports of a loud party. The house in question is university-owned and was the former Lambda Pi Eta fraternity house, but is now being used as a student residence hall.

Police discovered several types of drugs and alcohol at the scene.

In total, 85 people were arrested at the party, at least 45 of them students at Busemeyer University. Most have been charged with possession of alcohol by a minor, but Busville Police say that some will face additional drug charges.

Embedded image permalink A photo tweeted by a Bus U student at the party shows police making arrests.

In a release late Monday night, BU President Stephen Busemeyer said, “The University revoked LPH’s charter last semester for excessive partying in violation of the school code. The new occupants of the house at 1704 Casper Drive promised that they would forbid alcohol and gatherings of more than three people in any one room of the house. Clearly, they failed, and two people are dead because of it. Alcohol is hereby banned at all campus buildings and events. Anyone caught with alcohol will be expelled. Needless to say, anyone caught with drugs will be expelled and fully prosecuted.”

Smyth says that there is a policy in the University handbook stating that students should not interact with their professors outside of school business, and it is not clear yet why the professors were at the party.

Busville Mayor Biff Wellington stated that Busville police told him both Meany and Houser died of methamphetamine overdoses. Wellington said there had been dozens of incidents involving methamphetamine in Busville in the past year.

“The scourge of methamphetamine in this town must end,” Wellington stated late Monday night. “I am calling tonight on the city council to authorize the police department to conduct searches of every residence in city limits and smash all meth labs they can find.”

BusU mourns two deaths after house party #cmm457 #finalexam #fiction

A Busemeyer University assistant professor and student have died after a house party gone bad Monday night.

Busville police report three people were found in cardiac arrest in the basement of 1704 Casper Drive. They were taken to Busville Hospital.

A press release from the hospital identifies the deceased as 72-year-old assistant art professor, William Houser and 20-year-old BusU student Bugs Meany. Both died from apparent drug overdoses.

According to University spokesman Jon Smyth, Meany was the president of the Lambda Pi Eta fraternity before its charter was revoked.

Sarah Ashcroft, 44, an associate professor in the philosophy department, is in stable condition and is expected to survive.

Police were originally called to the house for reports of a loud party. The house in question, located at is university-owned and was the former Lambda Pi Eta fraternity house.

Police allegedly discovered drugs and alcohol at the scene.

 85 people were arrested at the party, at least 45 of them students at Busemeyer University. Most have been charged with possession of alcohol by a minor, but Busville Police say that some will face additional drug charges.

Embedded image permalink A photo tweeted by a Bus U student at the party shows police making arrests.

This is not the first time that LPH has been in trouble. According to a press release from Busemeyer University president Stephen Busemeyer, the BU chapter of LPH had their charter revoked last semester for violations of the school’s alcohol and party policy. In a release late Monday night, President Busemeyer said, “The University revoked LPH’s charter last semester for excessive partying in violation of the school code. The new occupants of the house at 1704 Casper Drive promised that they would forbid alcohol and gatherings of more than three people in any one room of the house. Clearly, they failed, and two people are dead because of it. Alcohol is hereby banned at all campus buildings and events. Anyone caught with alcohol will be expelled. Needless to say, anyone caught with drugs will be expelled and fully prosecuted.”

Smyth states that there is a policy in the University handbook stating that students should not interact with their professors outside of school business, and it is not clear yet why the professors were at the party.

Busville Mayor Biff Wellington stated in a press release that both Meany and Houser died of methamphetamine overdoses, and says, “The scourge of methamphetamine in this town must end. I am calling tonight on the city council to authorize the police department to conduct searches of every residence in city limits and smash all meth labs they can find.”

BusU mourns two deaths after house party #cmm457 #finalexam #fiction

A Busemeyer University assistant professor and student have died after a house party gone bad Monday night.

Busville police report three people were found in cardiac arrest in the basement of 1704 Casper Drive. They were taken to Busville Hospital.

A press release from the hospital identifies the deceased as 72-year-old assistant art professor, William Houser and 20-year-old BusU student Bugs Meany. Both died from apparent drug overdoses.

According to University spokesman Jon Smyth, Meany was the president of the Lambda Pi Eta fraternity before its charter was revoked.

Sarah Ashcroft, 44, an associate professor in the philosophy department, is in stable condition and is expected to survive.

Police were originally called to the house for reports of a loud party. The house in question, located at is university-owned and was the former Lambda Pi Eta fraternity house.

Police allegedly discovered drugs and alcohol at the scene.

 85 people were arrested at the party, at least 45 of them students at Busemeyer University. Most have been charged with possession of alcohol by a minor, but Busville Police say that some will face additional drug charges.

Embedded image permalink A photo tweeted by a Bus U student at the party shows police making arrests.

This is not the first time that LPH has been in trouble. According to a press release from Busemeyer University president Stephen Busemeyer, the BU chapter of LPH had their charter revoked last semester for violations of the school’s alcohol and party policy. In a release late Monday night, President Busemeyer said, “The University revoked LPH’s charter last semester for excessive partying in violation of the school code. The new occupants of the house at 1704 Casper Drive promised that they would forbid alcohol and gatherings of more than three people in any one room of the house. Clearly, they failed, and two people are dead because of it. Alcohol is hereby banned at all campus buildings and events. Anyone caught with alcohol will be expelled. Needless to say, anyone caught with drugs will be expelled and fully prosecuted.”

Smyth states that there is a policy in the University handbook stating that students should not interact with their professors outside of school business.

 

Two dead of drug overdose after house party #cmm457 #fiction #finalexam

A Busemeyer University assistant professor and student have died after a house party gone bad Monday night.

Busville police report three people were found in cardiac arrest in the basement of 1704 Casper Drive. They were taken to Busville Hospital.

Busemeyer University spokesman Jon Smyth has confirmed that former LPH president and BusU student Bugs Meany was pronounced dead at the hospital of an apparent drug overdose.

Two others, confirmed as BusU professors, were also taken to the hospital. Assistant professor, William Howser, 72, has died.

The third professor is in stable condition and is expected to survive. Her identity has not been released.

 

Police were called to the house for reports of a loud party. The house in question, located at is university-owned and was the former Lambda Pi Eta fraternity house.

Police allegedly discovered drugs and alcohol at the scene.

 

85 people were arrested at the party, at least 45 of them students at Busemeyer University. Most have been charged with possession of alcohol by a minor, but Busville Police say that some will face additional drug charges.

 

Embedded image permalink A photo tweeted by a Bus U student at the party shows police making arrests.

 

This is not the first time that LPH has been in trouble. According to a press release from Busemeyer University president Stephen Busemeyer, the BU chapter of LPH had their charter revoked last semester for violations of the school’s alcohol and party policy.

BusU student & professor dead after house party #cmm457 #fiction #finalexam

Busville police were called to a house on Casper Drive Monday night for reports of a loud party. The house in question, located at 1704 Casper Drive, is university-owned and was the former Lambda Pi Eta fraternity house.

Police report three people were found in the basement in cardiac arrest. They were taken to Busville Hospital.

University spokesman Jon Smyth has confirmed that former LPH president and BusU student Bugs Meany was pronounced dead at the hospital of an apparent drug overdose. Two others, confirmed as BusU professors, were also taken to the hospital. One of the professors has died.

Police also allegedly discovered drugs and alcohol at the scene.

According to Busville Police, 85 people were arrested at the party, at least 50 of them students at Busemeyer University. Most have been charged with possession of alcohol by a minor, but Busville Police say that some will face additional drug charges.

Embedded image permalink A photo tweeted by a Bus U student at the party shows police making arrests.

This is not the first time that LPH has been in trouble. According to a press release from Busemeyer University president Stephen Busemeyer, the BU chapter of LPH had their charter revoked last semester for violations of the school’s alcohol and party policy.

BusU student dead, two professors in critical condition after house party #cmm457 #finalexam #fictionBusU student dead, two professors in critical condition #cmm457 #finalexam #fiction

Busville police were called to a house on Casper Drive Monday night for reports of a loud party. The house in question, located at 1704 Casper Drive, is university-owned and was the former Lambda Pi Eta fraternity house.

Police report three people were found in the basement in cardiac arrest. They were taken to Busville Hospital.

University spokesman Jon Smyth has confirmed that former LPH president and BusU student Bugs Meany was pronounced dead at the hospital of an apparent drug overdose. Two others, confirmed as BusU professors, are in critical condition.

Police also allegedly discovered drugs and prostitutes at the scene.

According to Busville Police, 85 people were arrested at the party, at least 50 of them students at Busemeyer University. Most have been charged with possession of alcohol by a minor, but Busville Police say that some will face additional drug charges.

Embedded image permalink A photo tweeted by a Bus U student at the party shows police making arrests.

This is not the first time that LPH has been in trouble. According to a press release from Busemeyer University president Stephen Busemeyer, the BU chapter of LPH had their charter revoked last semester for violations of the school’s alcohol and party policy.

45 BusU students arrested after off-campus house party #cmm457 #finalexam #fictional

Busville police were called to a house on Casper Drive Monday night for reports of a loud party. The house in question, located at 1704 Casper Drive, is the Lambda Pi Eta fraternity house.

Police report three people were found in the basement in cardiac arrest. They have been taken to Busville Hospital. One has died of an apparent drug overdose. Two others are in critical condition.

Police also allegedly discovered drugs and prostitutes at the scene.

According to Busville Police, 85 people were arrested at the party, 45 of them students at Busemeyer University. Most have been charged with possession of alcohol by a minor, but Busville Police say that some will face additional drug charges.

Embedded image permalink A photo tweeted by a Bus U student at the party shows police making arrests.

This is not the first time that LPH has been in trouble. According to a press release from Busemeyer University president Stephen Busemeyer, the BU chapter of LPH had their charter revoked last semester for violations of the school’s alcohol and party policy.