The search continues for a Tallahassee gunman who shot a college student this weekend. It happened at the former Kappa Alpha Psi House near the FAMU Campus.
The shooting left 21-year-old TCC student Andrew Torres with a leg injury. FAMU suspended the fraternity for illegal hazing last year.
"There's very little that FAMU intends to do about this situation because the Kappa House is not on the campus of FAMU. That property is not university owned, university sponsored or affiliated in any way," said FAMU Director of Public Affairs LaNedra Carroll.
Although FAMU has cut off most ties with fraternity, students and fellow Greek members have not.
"They're still visible. You just have to know who they are. No one has shut them out except on a legal level," said FAMU student and Greek member Morgan Lea.
"The Kappas always have a strong presence on our campus. Even though they are suspended, they still hold a strong presence on campus," said FAMU student and Greek member Raychelle Tasher.
That presence has caused some off campus tension. Tallahassee police say partygoers and even the victim are not cooperating in this case, and that's raising a few eyebrows.
"Our typical victim wants something done, especially in a shooting. If someone has shot you, you certainly want that person found," said Tallahassee Police spokesman, OFC David McCranie.
Police are hoping someone will step up and have the gunman brought to justice. If you have any information, you're urged to call Crime Stoppers at 850-574-TIPS.
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