LSU student arrested for burglarizing Greek house
BATON ROUGE- An LSU student has been arrested after for allegedly stealing items from an on-campus fraternity house.
On Wednesday afternoon, members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity called the LSU Police Department after they allegedly found a vehicle on the third floor of the University House parking garage with stolen fraternity items inside.
When authorities arrived on the scene, they could see the stolen items in plain view in the back seat of the Ford F-150.
The owner of the vehicle, Patrick Winkeljohn, was contacted by authorities. Winkeljohn, who is currently enrolled at LSU, admitted that the vehicle was his and that he took the items from the Delta Kappa Epsilon house that morning.
Winkeljohn was taken to the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison and charged with burglary.
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