UW suspends social activities at fraternity following allegations of drugged drinks

SEATTLE (AP) — The University of Washington has suspended all social activities at a fraternity after a student told police someone had tried to force her to have sex after a party where others say their drinks may have been spiked.

The Seattle Times reports the university and its police department are investigating.

University Police say a student reported on Friday that she felt coerced into accepting a ride home from a man who had also attended a party at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house.

He offered her a drink and after drinking some she says she felt strange. She told police the man then drove her to a parking lot and tried to force himself on her.

The student says she was able to get away and return to her residence hall.

Three other women who attended the fraternity party also reported to police that their beverages may have been spiked.