Three students were arrested on May 9 for breaking into the Psi-U lodge on Kokosing Dr., according to a Knox County Sheriff’s Office report obtained by The Thrill.
Garrison Block ’16, Victor Progar ’14 and Brendan McGoldrick ’14 have been accused of criminal trespass, a fourth degree misdemeanor.
The incident is the third notable break-in to occur within the last month and the second to involve Kenyon students and off-campus property.
News of the break-in at the Psi-U lodge — which has not been used officially since the fraternity was put on probation in 2009 — comes amidst a break-in at Village Market that resulted in the theft of over $6,000 in cash, as well as an incident on Kenyon Road for which a former student was indicted on fourth-degree felony charges of criminal trespass by a Knox County grand jury on May 7. The student transferred out of Kenyon for reasons unrelated to this incident. Continue reading