Party Crashers Shoot 3 Frat Party Attendees

FRESNO, Calif. — Two students from California State University, Fresno, were injured in a drive-by shooting at a fraternity house on June 19. The shooters had been turned away from a party at the house earlier that evening.

Two men and one female were shot and suffered minor leg injuries, Crime Voice reports. Two of the victims were students at the university. The fraternity has since been suspended from participating in any campus social event pending the outcome of an investigation.

The suspects fired four shots at the house, where 150 people were attending a party.

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