The search continues for a missing 19-year-old ASU student who disappeared during what he had described to his family as “hell week” as part of initiation into a fraternity. The student was last seen in Tempe at 11:00 pm on November 30, 2012 after an event held by the fraternity for which he was pledging. Temple police have used all available resources including K-9 units, surveillance video, and interviews with friends and classmates, and have pursued every available lead thus far.
The City of Tempe has seen an increase in crime from fraternity houses and apartment complexes where fraternity now reside, after being moved off of ASU Campus. Arrests include minor offenses such as underage drinking and disorderly conduct as well as more serious crimes such as felony assaults or violent attacks.Violent crimes, assault and property damage are considered crimes against victims and carry severe penalties and punishments.
If you find yourself facing criminal charges, it is important that you obtain legal representation. Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys can protect your rights and defend your case aggressively. We will fight to have your charges reduced or dismissed, if possible, and will guide you through the legal process.
Contact us today for your free consultation – 480-245-5550.