Western Michigan University has temporarily suspended the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity, according to a press release.
The fraternity house was the site of a shooting early on the morning of Sept. 22. Two people were injured in the incident, one from a gunshot wound.
According to a press release, several neighbors shared complaints about the incident with WMU officials, which caused the university to decide to suspend the fraternity while WMU officials wait to receive a police report from the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety.
Due to the temporary suspension, Phi Beta Sigma may not hold any social activities and may not meet with its members without permission from university officials to do so.
The suspension will stay in place until further notice, according to the press release.