The woman has been identified as 19-year-old Samantha Spady of Beatrice, Nebraska. A Sigma Pi fraternity brother, who was showing his mother around the house, found the body Sunday night. The house is located at 709 Wagner Drive in Fort Collins. Spady's body was inside what's being called an "unused" room. She was fully clothed, and there were no indications of foul play nor signs of obvious trauma, police said. No alcohol or drugs were found near the body. It is not clear how she ended up in that room.An autopsy was conducted Monday. The coroner said a full toxicology report would be finalized later in the week. Fraternity members were moved into different housing while police conducted their investigation."I am not concerned about this group at all," said Brian Alley, Sigma Pi executive officer. "We've never had a problem with this group."CSU fraternity president Darren Pettapiece said the entire Greek system at CSU has been shaken by what happened. He said fraternity brothers from CU Boulder and UNC came to Fort Collins Monday to lend their support.The university released a statement saying administrators would wait for the police investigation to conclude before deciding whether any action needs to be taken.
Body of CSU student found at fraternity house
FORT COLLINS - The coroner says alcohol is believed to have been a factor in the death of a Colorado State University student who was found dead at a fraternity house.