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LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - A grand jury has indicted a former University of Kentucky fraternity member accused of wrapping another member in bathroom tissue and setting it on fire.
A misdemeanor count of second-degree wanton endangerment was
returned Tuesday by a Fayette County grand jury against Sean
Patrick Dunn, reported the Lexington Herald-Leader. Dunn was also
indicted on a charge of defacing or damaging property at the Sigma
Alpha Epsilon fraternity house.
Dunn is 20 years old and is from Hebron in northern Kentucky.
Police said when Dunn ignited the paper, flames engulfed John
Pelosi up to his shoulders. Pelosi rolled on the floor to extinguish the flames.
The fraternity house is closed on the recommendation of the UK
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