Authorities obtain photos, video on fraternity branding incident in Summit Co.
Summit Daily News
BRECKENRIDGE – Local authorities investigating complaint on the branding of a Texas Christian University student’s buttocks last month have searched a Breckenridge home and obtained statements from 12 students, according to a Breckenridge Police Department press release.
Criminal charges have not been filed as investigators continue to gather information. Investigators have also reviewed 210 photographs and seven videos taken during the student’s fraternity trip to Colorado – including on the night of the Jan. 8 incident.
Amon G. “Chance” Carter IV received second- and third-degree burns after Greek symbols for his fraternity and a sorority were burned into his rump with a hot coat hanger. The activity occurred at 158 Beavers Drive, according to the BPD press release.
The six bedroom, seven-and-a-half bath home near Ski Hill Road is listed for sale at about $4 million on http://www.breckenridgeluxuryhomes.com.
Investigators have also interviewed personnel with the home’s management and cleaning companies.
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