TULSA, Okla. - A man accused in a sexual assault case at a fraternity house at the University of Tulsa is behind bars, and police say he could have committed other crimes.
Police officers say they responded to an assault call at the Kappa Delta sorority house near Fifth and Harvard Tuesday and learned that a victim said she was assaulted while at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house.
Officers said they located Zach Martin, 18, and interviewed him.
They said he confessed to sexual battery, but he is also in a suspect in another case involving sexual battery, sodomy and rape in September.
Police said the victim in the September case was afraid of the suspect.
The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity organization released a statement saying that members voted to expel Martin after the arrest:
"The Gamma Upsilon Chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity was informed that a member was accused of sexual assault and arrested by local authorities. Following this notification, the Chapter met and voted to expel Zachary Martin from the Chapter according to the Fraternity’s Constitution and Chapter Codes. The Chapter is fully cooperating with the university and civil authorities in their investigation. The Chapter does not condone sexual assault in any form nor does it condone any actions that fail to treat others with dignity and respect."
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