Trial date set for Thomas Kreinbring, former president of UWM “Tau Kappa Epsilon” fraternity

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Thomas Kreinbring

MILWAUKEE — A trial date has been set for the former president of a UW-Milwaukee fraternity.

28-year-old Thomas Kreinbring has pleaded not guilty to charges of possession of marijuana and keeping a drug house.

Those charges come after police say they started investigating reports of members of the Tau Kappa Epsilon house drugging young women at a house party.

The frat has since been suspended by UWM.

On Thursday, August 27th, the judge denied two motions to suppress evidence, and set a trial date for November 30th.

Kreinbring will be in court on November 23rd for his final pretrial hearing.

4 comments

    • Suspicious

      To be fair, all charges of drugging anyone were thrown out, medical exams said the 3 people showed no signs of being drugged. Yes they had an illegal party that gave alcohol to people under 21 on a college campus (like ALL of maryland ave any thursday-saturday night)

      This guy is accused of taking adderall to help him study and a bunch of pot.

      • Suspicious

        Let me adjust that.

        This military vet is accused of having adderall without a prescription and pot. (and apparently 4 people were said by doctors to not have been drugged at all)

        so not really a threat to society.

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