Records show police called to Sigma Nu house 35 times in last three years

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A sexual assault, disorderly conduct and drug activity are some of the reasons why College Station police have responded to the Sigma Nu fraternity house in the last three years.

Documents obtained by KBTX show police have responded to the house on Fraternity Row at least 35 times before a teenager died last weekend from a suspected drug overdose.

Officers responded Friday night to reports of a loud party at 550 Fraternity Row at 8:28 p.m.

Saturday morning is when members of the house called 9-1-1 to say someone was unresponsive and unconscious.

Anton Gridnev, 19, was rushed to a hospital where he later passed away from a suspected drug overdose.

In 2013, College Station police responded to the fraternity's house five times for a public disturbance, burglary and loud parties.

In 2014, police were sent there 11 times for incidents including a sexual assault, theft, and possession of marijuana.

Last year police there 14 times to check on reports of vehicle burglaries, disorderly conduct and ordinance violations.

KBTX has asked for more detailed reports for some of these calls including the sexual assault and disorderly conduct incidents.