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Two SUNY Plattsburgh Students Arrested After Fraternity Fight in November

Two SUNY Plattsburgh students were arrested Wednesday after assaulting another student during a fight at a fraternity in November.
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. - Two SUNY Plattsburgh students were arrested Wednesday after assaulting another student during a fight at a fraternity in November.

Police say after helping a female student who reported being drugged and sexually assaulted, Daniel Colflesh went to the fraternity to confront those who were responsible.

While waiting outside the fraternity house, Nicholas Simmons, 20, and Luis Munoz, 21, assaulted Colflesh. Police say he had his two front teeth knocked out, a fractured jaw, and an electronic cigarette stolen.

After the assault, approximately 8 SUNY Plattsburgh students arrived at the fraternity house and a fight broke out between some of the students and AXP members.

Simmons is being charged with second degree assault. Munoz is being charged with second degree assault and third degree robbery.

Police say they are still investigating both incidents and more arrests are expected.
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