Ole Miss students charged in fraternity attack
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Five Ole Miss students face a range of charges after an assault that has everyone on campus talking.

via Ben Watson - WDAM

OXFORD, Miss. -- (WDAM) -- Five Ole Miss students face a range of charges after an assault that has everyone on campus talking.

Police arrested five members of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity in connection with the beating of Sigma Pi fraternity member, Jeremy Boyle.

According to Boyle's grandfather Robert, Jeremy heard a noise outside the Sigma Pi fraternity house Tuesday, October 6.

When he went to check out the noise, there was an altercation and he was jumped by five Pi Kappa Alpha members.

"Concussion, broken ear drum, broken teeth," Robert Boyle said. Boyle said his grandson also suffered a bruised lung, bruised ribs and a bruised groin.

"They descended upon him and beat him unmercifully. Beat him within an inch of his life," Boyle said.

At the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house, Chapter President Gunther Kenudston would only say that those were actions of individuals, and the actions were not connected to fraternity business.

Meanwhile, Ole Miss spokesman Danny Blanton said the university is pleased with the campus police investigation that led to charges in the cause. Blanton said he could not comment any further because of school privacy rules.

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