San Luis Obispo police have released the address of the San Luis Obispo home where an 18-year-old Cal Poly freshman was found unresponsive after a fraternity-related party.
The night before he died, Carson Starkey attended a party hosted by Sigma Alpha Epsilon at 551 Highland Dr.
Police are investigating the role that alcohol played in the tragedy and say that preliminary evidence indicates the fraternity was conducting hazing during Starkeyâ€™s initiation into the organization. Police are investigating the role that alcohol may have played in the death and theyâ€™re awaiting toxicology results.
Nathan Ellison Sandler, 21, of San Luis Obispo, was arrested Dec. 6 on suspicion of cultivating marijuana. He was booked into County Jail and later released after posting $20,000 bail.
The department has served nine search warrants at nine locations in connection with their investigation, including the Highland home and Starkeyâ€™s dorm room.
During the warrant searches, police arrested two residents of a home on Grand Avenue in San Luis Obispo on allegations that are not related to the hazing investigation, according to Capt. Dan Blanke.
They are Charles Timothy Farrell, 21, of San Luis Obispo, and Nathan Ellison Sandler, 21, of San Luis Obispo.
Farrell was arrested on suspicion of possessing cocaine and marijuana and Sandler on suspected cultivation of marijuana.