McKinley hearing continued, Dunn waived to grand jury



Two former Sigma Alpha Epsilon members with multiple charges in conjunction with an arson incident at their fraternity house last month are continuing their legal process after a hearing in Fayette County District Court Wednesday morning.

Sean Dunn’s hearing was waived to a grand jury, but no date was set for that hearing. Dunn, an international studies sophomore, has plead not guilty to first degree arson, first degree wanton endangerment and first degree tampering with physical evidence.

Former SAE president Joe McKinley’s hearing was continued until May 5. McKinley, an International Studies junior, has plead not guilty to third-degree assault of an officer.

The SAE house is currently closed and UK Fire Marshal Greg Williamson recommended the building to stay closed until January 2011.