Baylor frat president charged with raping student

Posted at 11:18 PM, Mar 03, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-04 09:01:36-05

(KXXV) - The president of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Baylor bonded out of jail Thursday after being charged with raping a teenage girl at a frat party last month.

Jacob Anderson, 20, turned himself in earlier that same day, according to Waco police, after he was charged with sexual assault related to a party February 21 at a party at a home on Third Street in Waco.

Waco Police Sergeant Patrick Swanton said alleged victim, a Baylor student in her late teens, told investigators she was handed some type of punch at that party and told to drink it.  Not long afterward, she became disoriented.

She said Anderson took her to a private area in the back yard of that home, raped her and then left her there unconscious. 

"She passed out, then woke up alone, and had been sick - which could have been dangerous," Swanton explained.  The teen had a friend take her to the hospital, where she was examined and police were notified.

The girl said she knew Anderson and identified him to police as her attacker.  The junior from Garland surrendered once a warrant was issued by police.     

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