Kyle Carey, a freshman student at the University of Oklahoma student, found dead in the Walker Center residence hall on February 22. Carey was reportedly also a member of the university’s Delta Upsilon Fraternity chapter.
Justin Kirk, the executive director of the Delta Upsilon national chapter, issued the following statement: “Delta Upsilon mourns the loss of associate member Kyle Carey, Oklahoma ’21. Our thoughts and prayers are with Kyle’s family, the Oklahoma chapter and the entire OU community during this difficult time.”
via Norman Transcript:
Authorities launched an investigation into Carey’s death last week. Rowdy Gilbert, vice president for public affairs, said that investigation, led by the OU Police Department, has concluded.
“OUPD has concluded its investigation and found no suspicious activity was involved,” said Rowdy Gilbert, the vice president of public affairs. “An official cause of death has not yet been confirmed by the medical examiner.”
It is the second death Delta Upsilon fraternity members have mourned in as many years. On Feb. 3, 2017, the body of Kyle O’Brien, 19, was found in near 321 Robert S. Kerr Ave. in Oklahoma City, a parking garage, at around 10 p.m.