GENESEO — Two members of the Phi Sigma Xi (PHIGS) SUNY Geneseo chapter were walked into a Geneseo courthouse in handcuffs in connection of the drug overdose death of fellow fraternity member Alex Davis.
Today, exactly 1 year after Davis’s death, PHIG members Richard Rovner and Michael Green were led into the Geneseo courthouse in handcuffs, to be charged in the case.
Police were initially told by fraternity members that Davis had a pre-existing medical condition and that drugs were not involved. Months later, the medicals examiner listed the cause of death as a drug overdose from a dangerous mixture of cocaine and fentanyl, and then police began an investigation into the matter.
When police initially responded to the scene Davis’s body was found on the frat house couch. First responders immediately tried CPR but were unsuccessful. No drugs were found at the frat house and according to sources the house had an appearance of being thoroughly cleaned prior to the members calling 911.
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PHOTO CAPTION: (L-R) Richard Rovner and Michael Green both being walked into the Geneseo courthouse. (Photo/Josh Williams)
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