Report: Lawrence police stop men in company of drunk, unconscious women they did not know

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LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Police in Lawrence are warning people to 'stay in groups' and make sure someone responsible is staying sober. This comes after police say twice officers have stopped men in the company of unconscious women who appeared to be highly intoxicated.  In both instances, the men claimed to 'be friends' with the women, but could not give police their names or addresses, according to a report in the Lawrence Journal World.

The first instance happened August 29. The second happened September 5. Both times the men told police they were planning to take care of the women back at their fraternity houses, according to the LJ World report.

Read the details and similarities of both stops in the LJ World.

On Tuesday officials announced that the University of Kansas is in the process of implementing 22 of the 27 recommendations in Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little's Task Force on Sexual Assault final report.

To read the University's recommendations CLICK HERE.

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