BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The Latest on the death of a Louisiana State University student in a possible fraternity hazing incident (all times local):
A police report says a Louisiana State University student who died last week had been found "unresponsive" at a fraternity house after a night of drinking there.
LSU officials said last week that police were investigating the Sept. 14 death of 18-year-old Maxwell Gruver as a possible result of fraternity hazing. Last Friday, a coroner said hospital tests found a "highly elevated" blood-alcohol level in Gruver's body.
Gruver's name is redacted from the one-page police report that LSU released Friday. The report indicates Gruver was driven in a "private vehicle" to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
LSU President F. King Alexander said last week that police were investigating allegations that alcohol was a factor in Gruver's death. The report doesn't elaborate on the circumstances that led to Gruver being found at the Phi Delta Theta fraternity house.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has asked leaders of the state's system of universities and colleges to review their campus policies on hazing, alcohol and drugs following the death of a Louisiana State University student.
In a letter dated Thursday, Edwards asked system presidents to report their findings and recommendations to his office by Oct. 29.
Police are investigating the Sept. 14 death of 18-year-old Maxwell Gruver as a possible result of fraternity hazing. A coroner said hospital tests found a "highly elevated" blood alcohol level in Gruver's body.
The LSU freshman from Roswell, Georgia, was being considered for membership in the Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
The fraternity's national office closed the chapter after Gruver's death.