Two arrested at fraternity house; building closed

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Marshall University says they are working to see if two students arrested at a fraternity house were Marshall students.

Andrew Gifford, 23, and Eric Nguyn, 19, were arrested Wednesday.

The school says the members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity voted at the end of April to surrender its carter to their national organization.

The chapter is no longer recognized as a student organization at Marshall.

HPD says they found four pounds of "high grade" marijuana during the raid.

Marshall University says in addition to any criminal charges those arrested may face, if they are students they also could be subject to sanctions from the university.

WSAZ has learned the building will be shut down because of numerous safety issues and code violations.

Sourced from WSAZ.COM

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