Fraternity House Bear Mace Attackers Have Pleaded Guiltyby 1 year ago
A sentence has been handed down for two members of Sigma Phi Epsilon at the University of Colorado who committed one of the all time great drunken, failed fraternity shenanigans this past Fourth of July
The two incredibly drunk Sig Eps, Stephen Armbruster and Robert McManus, went on a bear macing rampage in retaliation for their fraternity house letters being stolen. After riding a scooter together (no really) to their original target, the duo, also drunk on the power that comes with holding a can of bear mace, decided to drive by the Zeta Beta Tau house and bear mace the party happening on ZBT’s front lawn.
Unfortunately for the pair, the wind shifted and the cloud of bear mace that decimated the crowd on ZBT’s lawn then enveloped them, and the getaway scooter crashed. McManus and Armbruster were arrested shortly after.
Today they pleaded guilty to their charges. From Fox 11:
…21-year-old Robert Normand McManus pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal trespassing. Meanwhile, Stephen Armbruster, also 21, pleaded guilty to third-degree assault.
The two have been given a deferred sentence, no doubt thanks to having an awesome lawyer, seeing as the original charges were as follows:
McManus was arrested on suspicion three counts of second degree assault and one count of burglary. Armbruster meanwhile was charged with suspicion of DUI and accessory to a felony.
If you ever get in deep shit in Boulder, you might want to ask McManus and Armbruster who represented them. TFM.
[via Fox 11]
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