- The president of a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee fraternity faces charges while authorities investigate a party that left several people with memory lapses.
Tau Kappa Epsilon president Thomas Kreinbring was charged Friday with possession of a prescription drug without a valid prescription, keeping a drug house and other charges.
The complaint does not accuse Kreinbring of spiking drinks with drugs at the Sept. 12 party.
Chief Deputy Milwaukee County District Attorney Kent Lovern says the investigation continues.
Defense attorney Daniel Adams tells The Associated Press on Sunday that he's dismayed by the media's rush to judgment and confident Kreinbring will be vindicated.
The complaint says Kreinbring had Adderall and told police it helps him study.
The fraternity's national organization temporarily suspended the UW-Milwaukee chapter.
|Story By: The Associated Press