TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CAPITOL NEWS SERVICE) - Four days after 20-year-old Andrew Coffey, a Pi Kappa Phi fraternity pledge was found unresponsive, Tallahassee Police released a highly redacted eight-page report.
It shows four initial interviews. Neighbors have told us that 5 people lived at the property. Police have since conducted more than 50 interviews and more are planned.
Dozens of high schools students were touring the campus Tuesday morning with their parents. None of the parents said the death would deter them from sending their child to FSU.
"I feel like it can affect any school anywhere. Any home. Any family," said Dana Andrews, a mother on the tour.
University President John Thrasher says a temporary ban all Greek activity on the campus was the right thing to do.
"I didn't see another way of getting attention, their attention, without doing that. We want to take a pause and try to figure out what to do as a community, FSU community, Greek community, FSU at large to try and solve these problems," said Thrasher.
Fraternity and sorority members we asked about the ban refused to comment.
Even the President here admits to going through a ritual when he joined a fraternity back in the 1960s.
Most non-Greek students were glad some action was taken.
"We can't just let innocent children die. Some response is a good response. I think less drinking is a good response," said graduate student Jacob Kon.
The President said he was hopeful the investigation would be complete by this week's end or early next week.