Emory University fraternities robbed

ATLANTA  - Emory University police say two robberies were reported recently at fraternity houses on campus, and two arrests have been made.

Police say the arrests were made last week, two days after a male student was robbed during the day by two men, one of whom carried a knife. The robbery took place at the Beta Theta Pi house.

Police say those arrested are not Emory students.

A few days earlier, a male student reported being robbed at the Phi Delta Theta house between 11 p.m. and midnight. He told police the robbers took cash and personal electronic items.



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