University of Arkansas Football Players Being Investigated For Frat House Incident

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Football players at the University of Arkansas are being investigated for an incident at a fraternity house.

According to KFSM, the University of Arkansas police department is currently investigating a third-degree battery report after a fight allegedly broke out at the Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity at 340 North Arkansas Ave.

The alleged fight is currently being investigated by both the University of Arkansas Police Department and the Office of Student Standards and Conduct. At this time, it has not been not confirmed whether or not football players were involved in the fight or which players were there.

Athletic department spokesman Kevin Trainor released a statement to KFSM:

The University of Arkansas Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has been made aware of an incident occurring this past weekend at an event. The event was attended by University of Arkansas students, including members of the football team. The incident is currently being reviewed by UAPD and the Office of Student Standards and Conduct. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics will have no further comment until the completion of the review.

That is all the information available at this time. Additional details will be released pending the investigation.

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