Johns Hopkins: Student possibly drugged, sexually assaulted


A safety alert has been issued as officials at Johns Hopkins University investigate the possible sexual assault of a student at an off-campus fraternity.An undergraduate reported that he may have been given a date rape drug on Friday by an unidentified person or persons. The student also reported the possibility that he had been sexually assaulted.

Authorities said the incident was reported at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house at 2900 Wyman Parkway. The fraternity has been directed not to hold parties or other events at the location through the course of the investigation.

The university is investigating the report, but use of a date rape drug and the occurrence of a sexual assault have not been confirmed.



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