Police: 'Suspicious' Man Asked for Tours at UGA Sorority Houses

No arrest was made, but police still urge residents to report anything out of the ordinary.

University of Georgia and Athens-Clarke police departments identified a suspicious man who visited several sorority houses asking for a tour.

Police officers canvassed sororities and fraternities on Milledge Avenue in their investigation of the suspicious person.

They located the man on April 19.

“At this time there does not appear to be any criminal intent on his part and, therefore, no threat to the citizens of Athens-Clarke County,” Athens-Clarke PD said in a Friday email.

Still, police encourages resident to call police anytime they see suspicious people or activity.

“As Chief Joseph Lumpkin likes to say, ‘See something, say something,’ ” the press release stated.

Octo Slash April 26, 2014 at 08:27 AM
Is there some law against asking for a tour of a sorority? If not...why is this news?


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