A Texas A&M student was found dead at a home near campus Sunday, the second student to die in the last week, police said, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Andrew Sutter, 23, reportedly had been ill for three days before his roommate found him dead in a living room. The home wasn’t a fraternity house but was in the 500 block of Fraternity Row, south of campus, ABC 13 reported.
Sutter had been napping Sunday, the roommate said, according to the Chronicle.
Last week, Matthew Hayes, 20, of Beaumont, was found unresponsive in a bed at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house, according to the Chronicle.
Autopsies are being peformed on Sutter and Hayes.
In August, a 19-year-old student from Frisco, Anton Gridnev, died of an accidental drug overdose at the Sigma Nu house on Fraternity Row. Several students, including one from Granbury, were arrested on drug possession charges after Gridnev’s death.